One superfood in particular,Raspberry Ketone, is creating major media buzz, and the research and real results have us truly amazed. The results that have us and the scientific community so excited about Raspberry Ketone is that people don’t have to do anything different when taking this food supplement.
The most famous Doctor in America and beloved talk show host claims that it will help you lose weight and exposes New Scientific Results. “The #1 miracle in a bottle to burn your fat”
Live and learn, Bob. Live and learn.
Plants have sex. While flowers, cones, and fruits– basically the vaginas and uteruses of the plant world– feature prominently in human cultures, much of the actual, er, act of plant sex is invisible to us. As northerners dig out from under record-breaking snowfalls and eye the ground for the first crocuses and robins, folks to the south are already beginning to experience a trademark of spring (and the male equivalent in the sex lives of plants): pollen season. The microscopic powder produced by seed-bearing plants are not sperm, per se, but are in fact microgametophytes, or sperm-producing cells. The word “microgametophyte” packs a handy definition for those up on their ancient Greek: “micro” means tiny, “gamete” is a combination of “husband” and “wife,” and “-phyte” refers to anything plant-related. Basically, pollen is a sperm delivery system. If a pollen grain “gets lucky,” that is, it meets the flowers or cones of its…
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Rich are always s…… the poor.
The answer just might be yes because this is exactly what is happening to Jamie McGuire. Jamie originally self-published her book Beautiful Disaster and the sales were so good that a publisher wanted the book. So now the book is with a publisher. Cool, right? You’d think so except for this thorn that cropped up. Amazon is sending out mass emails to people who bought Beautiful Disaster when it was self-published. Amazon is offering a full refund for the $3.99 price it was when it was self-published PLUS the difference in price that the publisher is charging ($7.99). And Jamie McGuire is the one paying the bill. So Jamie is now paying every customer who wants a refund about $8. Amazon’s not paying it. She’s made it clear the publisher isn’t behind this.
My thoughts on this:
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