Monday, September 05, 2005

Notes from Inside New Orleans

Published on Saturday, September 3, 2005 by LeftTurn.org

By Jordan Flaherty

Friday, September 2 - I just left New Orleans a couple hours ago. I traveled from the apartment I was staying in by boat to a helicopter to a refugee camp. If anyone wants to examine the attitude of federal and state officials towards the victims of hurricane Katrina, I advise you to visit one of the refugee camps.

In the refugee camp I just left, on the I-10 freeway near Causeway, thousands of people (at least 90% black and poor) stood and squatted in mud and trash behind metal barricades, under an unforgiving sun, with heavily armed soldiers standing guard over them. When a bus would come through, it would stop at a random spot, state police would open a gap in one of the barricades, and people would rush for the bus, with no information given about where the bus was going. Once inside (we were told) evacuees would be told where the bus was taking them - Baton Rouge, Houston, Arkansas, Dallas, or other locations. I was told that if you boarded a bus bound for Arkansas (for example), even people with family and a place to stay in Baton Rouge would not be allowed to get out of the bus as it passed through Baton Rouge.

You had no choice but to go to the shelter in Arkansas. If you had people willing to come to New Orleans to pick you up, they could not come within 17 miles of the camp.

I traveled throughout the camp and spoke to Red Cross workers, Salvation Army workers, National Guard, and state police, and although they were friendly, no one could give me any details on when buses would arrive, how many, where they would go to, or any other information. I spoke to the several teams of journalists nearby, and asked if any of them had been able to get any information from any federal or state officials on any of these questions, and all of them, from Australian TV to local Fox affiliates complained of an unorganized, non-communicative, mess. One cameraman told me "as someone who's been here in this camp for two days, the only information I can give you is this: get out by nightfall. You don't want to be here at night."

There was also no visible attempt by any of those running the camp to set up any sort of transparent and consistent system, for instance a line to get on buses, a way to register contact information or find family members, special needs services for children and infirm, phone services, treatment for possible disease exposure, nor even a single trash can.

To understand the dimensions of this tragedy, its important to look at New Orleans itself.

For those who have not lived in New Orleans, you have missed a incredible, glorious, vital, city. A place with a culture and energy unlike anywhere else in the world. A 70% African-American city where resistance to white supremacy has supported a generous, subversive and unique culture of vivid beauty. From jazz, blues and hiphop, to secondlines, Mardi Gras Indians, Parades, Beads, Jazz Funerals, and red beans and rice on Monday nights, New Orleans is a place of art and music and dance and sexuality and liberation unlike anywhere else in the world.

It is a city of kindness and hospitality, where walking down the block can take two hours because you stop and talk to someone on every porch, and where a community pulls together when someone is in need. It is a city of extended families and social networks filling the gaps left by city, state and federal governments that have abdicated their responsibility for the public welfare. It is a city where someone you walk past on the street not only asks how you are, they wait for an answer.

It is also a city of exploitation and segregation and fear. The city of New Orleans has a population of just over 500,000 and was expecting 300 murders this year, most of them centered on just a few, overwhelmingly black, neighborhoods. Police have been quoted as saying that they don't need to search out the perpetrators, because usually a few days after a shooting, the attacker is shot in revenge.

There is an atmosphere of intense hostility and distrust between much of Black New Orleans and the N.O. Police Department. In recent months, officers have been accused of everything from drug running to corruption to theft. In separate incidents, two New Orleans police officers were recently charged with rape (while in uniform), and there have been several high profile police killings of unarmed youth, including the murder of Jenard Thomas, which has inspired ongoing weekly protests for several months.

The city has a 40% illiteracy rate, and over 50% of black ninth graders will not graduate in four years. Louisiana spends on average $4,724 per child's education and ranks 48th in the country for lowest teacher salaries. The equivalent of more than two classrooms of young people drop out of Louisiana schools every day and about 50,000 students are absent from school on any given day. Far too many young black men from New Orleans end up enslaved in Angola Prison, a former slave plantation where inmates still do manual farm labor, and over 90% of inmates eventually die in the prison. It is a city where industry has left, and most remaining jobs are are low-paying, transient, insecure jobs in the service economy.

Race has always been the undercurrent of Louisiana politics. This disaster is one that was constructed out of racism, neglect and incompetence.
Hurricane Katrina was the inevitable spark igniting the gasoline of cruelty and corruption. From the neighborhoods left most at risk, to the treatment of the refugees to the the media portrayal of the victims, this disaster is shaped by race.

Louisiana politics is famously corrupt, but with the tragedies of this week our political leaders have defined a new level of incompetence. As hurricane Katrina approached, our Governor urged us to "Pray the hurricane down" to a level two. Trapped in a building two days after the hurricane, we tuned our battery-operated radio into local radio and TV stations, hoping for vital news, and were told that our governor had called for a day of prayer. As rumors and panic began to rule, they was no source of solid dependable information. Tuesday night, politicians and reporters said the water level would rise another 12 feet - instead it stabilized. Rumors spread like wildfire, and the politicians and media only made it worse.

While the rich escaped New Orleans, those with nowhere to go and no way to get there were left behind. Adding salt to the wound, the local and national media have spent the last week demonizing those left behind. As someone that loves New Orleans and the people in it, this is the part of this tragedy that hurts me the most, and it hurts me deeply.

No sane person should classify someone who takes food from indefinitely closed stores in a desperate, starving city as a "looter," but that's just what the media did over and over again. Sheriffs and politicians talked of having troops protect stores instead of perform rescue operations.

Images of New Orleans' hurricane-ravaged population were transformed into black, out-of-control, criminals. As if taking a stereo from a store that will clearly be insured against loss is a greater crime than the governmental neglect and incompetence that did billions of dollars of damage and destroyed a city. This media focus is a tactic, just as the eighties focus on "welfare queens" and "super-predators" obscured the simultaneous and much larger crimes of the Savings and Loan scams and mass layoffs, the hyper-exploited people of New Orleans are being used as a scapegoat to cover up much larger crimes.

City, state and national politicians are the real criminals here. Since at least the mid-1800s, its been widely known the danger faced by flooding to New Orleans. The flood of 1927, which, like this week's events, was more about politics and racism than any kind of natural disaster, illustrated exactly the danger faced. Yet government officials have consistently refused to spend the money to protect this poor, overwhelmingly black, city.

While FEMA and others warned of the urgent impending danger to New Orleans and put forward proposals for funding to reinforce and protect the city, the Bush administration, in every year since 2001, has cut or refused to fund New Orleans flood control, and ignored scientists warnings of increased hurricanes as a result of global warming. And, as the dangers rose with the floodlines, the lack of coordinated response dramatized vividly the callous disregard of our elected leaders.

The aftermath from the 1927 flood helped shape the elections of both a US President and a Governor, and ushered in the southern populist politics of Huey Long.

In the coming months, billions of dollars will likely flood into New Orleans. This money can either be spent to usher in a "New Deal" for the city, with public investment, creation of stable union jobs, new schools, cultural programs and housing restoration, or the city can be "rebuilt and revitalized" to a shell of its former self, with newer hotels, more casinos, and with chain stores and theme parks replacing the former neighborhoods, cultural centers and corner jazz clubs.

Long before Katrina, New Orleans was hit by a hurricane of poverty, racism, disinvestment, deindustrialization and corruption. Simply the damage from this pre-Katrina hurricane will take billions to repair.

Now that the money is flowing in, and the world's eyes are focused on Katrina, its vital that progressive-minded people take this opportunity to fight for a rebuilding with justice. New Orleans is a special place, and we need to fight for its rebirth.

61 comments:

  1. Chavez accepts apology from Robertson but still might sue
    World travel and annual medical insurance plans from independent advisors Medibroker International.
    A fantastic blog. Keep it up. If you would like to exchange links, visit Miracle Sugars Stop the issue with Miracle Sugars

    ReplyDelete
  2. Cool Blog, I never really thought about it that way.

    I have a Hurricane Katrina blog. It pretty much covers hurricane related stuff.

    Thank you - and keep up the thoughts!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Nice site i came here searching for affiliate marketing program and was looking for other people who are interested in affiliate marketing program
    You might be interested in affiliate marketing program

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hey came across your site looking for other add affiliate link program related sites, and yours came up. Not bad ranking for the terms "add affiliate link program" anyway i invite you all since im here to join my new forum! Start posting today! Makecash.org

    ReplyDelete
  5. Hey i got here searching for make cash on internet
    Your sites not too bad!

    You got good rankings for them keywords make cash on internet

    Check out my site
    make cash on internet

    ReplyDelete
  6. Wow, I really like this one. I have a website that talks mostly about affiliate opportunity You should check it out sometime.

    ReplyDelete
  7. hey nice site you have here!

    Any tips on bloggin ? id like to see your reply to this story :)

    look forward to the next edition

    i have bookmarked you

    ReplyDelete
  8. For the next hurricane path rita ; the easy way to keep going.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Last month I made $12,124 with Google Adsense...Click
    here for free on how you can do the same!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Discover the automated power of the Affiliate Cash Vault! New fail-safe system virtually runs 100% on autopilot... Just set it and forget it!

    Start Earning Money 15 Minutes From Now... HONESTLY!

    Click Here

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love this blog you got here. I run a movie review website and need people to do movie reviews.Movie Reviews. Thanks...sorry to be self promoting..at least you get some fresh text content.

    ReplyDelete
  12. Great site very informative topics on medical insurance rate.
    I have been working on a site about medical insurance rate
    and would be very pleased if you would take a look and let me know what you think.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Hey, you have a great blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

    I have a **Marketing strategies**blog. It pretty much covers Marketing Strategeis articles related stuff.

    Come and check it out if you get time :-)

    ReplyDelete
  14. Enjoyed your blog.
    Please visit
    Advanced Business Marketing
    And leave your comment.

    ReplyDelete
  15. I look forward to Your visit!

    ReplyDelete
  16. Hi, your blog is fantastic! Well done!

    I have a aaa travel site/blog. It pretty much covers aaa travel related stuff.

    Come and check it out if you get time :-)

    ReplyDelete
  17. And A Link Back To Your Web Site Excite You?

    ReplyDelete
  18. Great site very informative topics on medical malpractice insurance.
    I have been working on a site about medical malpractice insurance
    and would be very pleased if you would take a look and let me know what you think.

    ReplyDelete
  19. Excellent ppc affiliate program related blog. I will add you to my bookmarks.

    I have a ppc affiliate program related site. It covers ##KEYWORD## and other related stuff.

    Also have another cool site called HotLinZ

    Drop by if you get time :-)

    ReplyDelete
  20. Hey, you have a great affiliate directory blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark it!

    I have a affiliate directory related site. It pretty much covers ##KEYWORD## and other related stuff.

    Also have another cool site called HotLinZ

    Come and check it out if you get time :-)

    ReplyDelete
  21. I enjoyed your site very much it was a great help looking for info on medical insurance billing and coding.
    I also have a site with information on medical insurance billing and coding and would appreciate it very much if you would take a look and give a critique.

    ReplyDelete
  22. I would like to say this is a great blog about affiliate partner program. I think alot of you might be interested in my site too. Click the Link below to visit my site.
    Click Here

    Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  23. Great Blog! Ilike it.I have Totally Free dating site for singlesTake a look if you have a minute. Thanks and have a good one!

    ReplyDelete
  24. It is unbelievable how much I am learning from blogging these days. I may not agree with all I read but it is a fascinating process. Please feel free to visit my blog too at
    , RushPRnews Daily Gazette, Open-Call for Writers.
    My site is** RushPRnews press release services, distribution and free web posting** . Cordially, Anne Laszlo-Howard

    ReplyDelete
  25. Hi ##NAME##, I saw your great blog ##TITLE## and not only did I like it, I want to invite you to boost your income in the celebrity work of golf. You don't have to be a Tiger to win here because even pussycats win at free online golf game. And when the Nascar game is soon ready, you won't have to be a Tony Stewart to win either. eGold is that simple, it's "where people play and you get paid" as some game owners who already have 20,000 players and their clearing $2.50 a month! And to get your game players aboard, we send out 260 thousand monthly invitations for a free trial at http://goldenfairway.com/index.cfm?id=joetees for you as our team member because your success is our success. You don't have to invest the less than $8 a day to be a game owner for the fantastic returns and guaranteed team effort - you can go to the million-dollar game sites, view a short movie, just click and learn and just maybe you'll choose the free online golf game ownership, too. Some of the video game advertisers are GE, BMW, Chrysler, Sprint, Nike, and many others in this $10 Billion growth industry. Hope you'll be there!

    ReplyDelete
  26. Who doesn�t need any extra traffic to their website?
    If you could not bear the thought of tons of laser
    targeted traffic to your website absolutly F*R*E*E!
    then under no circumstanes click the link below!http://www.TrafficHurricane.com/stan

    ReplyDelete
  27. Hi, I read your good blog##TITLE## and congrats and here's some good news to share. Sports Arbitrage, the hottest unknown business on the net is coming in January 2006! But what is Sports Arbitrage? Since different betting houses have slightly different odds, you can play both sides of the same sporting event (at different gambling houses online of course) and make 1 to 10% on your money in a day or two. No matter who wins, you win with betting online sports sometimes 5% on your money in 24 hours. YOU CAN"T LOSE! Guaranteed winnings or your money back! NO selling - but we have a great affiliate angle for those interested. See http://joetees.tripod.com/sport for more, but everything, even the winning, is your choice

    ReplyDelete
  28. Hoodia Diet is the solution for safe weight loss. Hoodia Gordonii contains a natural active ingredient, P57, which has only recently been identified. The P57 works as an appetite suppressant.

    Taking Hoodia Diet Tablets when you are hungry alleviates the feeling of hunger and so makes you less likely to snack between meals due to hunger.

    The Hoodia Gordonii Cactus has been used by the San indigenous people of South Africa for hundreds of years as an appetite suppressant and thirst quencher.

    Extracts from this succulent have shown in clinical trials on obese subjects to reduce caloric intake by 30% to 40%. Significant weight loss has resulted from such a drop in caloric intake.

    Therefore, Hoodia is one of the best and most powerful natural appetite suppressant available, if used in conjunction with any diet. Hoodia will help you to stop snacking between meals. It will also help you to reduce the amount that you eat at meal times.
    click here foe more information and supplies http://trafficzone.us/hoo/hoodia_diet_pill.html

    ReplyDelete
  29. Hey, you have a great blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

    I have a work at home site/blog. It pretty much covers work at home related stuff.

    Come and check it out if you get time :-)

    ReplyDelete
  30. Hi ##NAME##, while looking for info on betting online sports, I saw your blog ##TITLE## and congrats. It's exciting stuff, like the new Sports Arbitrage Software with its five way to make guaranteed winnings. Sports arbitrage, as some may not know, is simply betting on both sides of a sports event - and with this software you should double a same amount bet every 20 days. So, In 12 months a $100 bet wins $1825, and $1,000 wins $18,250. That's a 152% return a month! You don't have to buy our software program for arbitrage unless you think you want the most successful system, and like it's done in only 15 minutes a day. And, unlike a HYIP offer - YOU CAN'T LOSE! Better check this money making ##LINK## for 2006 and be ready start the new year happy and profitable. Get a special deal for affiliates. And good blogging in 2006!

    ReplyDelete
  31. Hi ##NAME##, while looking for info on betting online sports, I saw your blog ##TITLE## and congrats. It's exciting stuff, like the new Sports Arbitrage Software with its five way to make guaranteed winnings. Sports arbitrage, as some may not know, is simply betting on both sides of a sports event - and with this software you should double a same amount bet every 20 days. So, In 12 months a $100 bet wins $1825, and $1,000 wins $18,250. That's a 152% return a month! You don't have to buy our software program for arbitrage unless you think you want the most successful system, and like it's done in only 15 minutes a day. And, unlike a HYIP offer - YOU CAN'T LOSE! Better check this money making ##LINK## for 2006 and be ready start the new year happy and profitable. Get a special deal for affiliates. And good blogging in 2006!

    ReplyDelete
  32. Hi, say while looking for info on sports arbitrage, I saw your blog and my congrats to you. It's exciting stuff, like the new Sports Arbitrage Software with its five ways to make you guaranteed winnings. Sports arbitrage in case you don't know is simply betting on both sides of a sports event - and with this software you can double a set bet amount every 20 days! So, In 12 months a $100 bet wins $1825, and $1,000 wins $18,250. That's a potential 152% return a month for this sports arbitrage! You don't have to buy our software program for sports arbitrage because you could do it manually, but with our software it's done in only 15 minutes a day. And, unlike those HYIP offers - YOU CAN'T be scammed of all your money! Better check this money making http://joetees.tripod.com/sport - for 2006 - and be ready start the new year very profitable. Get a special deal for affiliates - just come see. And good blogging in 2006!

    ReplyDelete

  33. single dating <<< Meet Thousands Of Singles In Your Area >>>

    Hundreds Of Happy People Across The Globe Have Been Successful In Finding Suitable Partners With Online dating. Thousand Of People Are Looking For A Date Today. They Are Looking For Someone. Are You One Of Them?

    Lonely? Single? Married?
    Are you looking for someone to FLIRT?
    Looking for someone to DATE?
    Find your special someone.
    Date man or women you desire!

    Multilingual : English - Chinese Simplified - Chinese Traditional - Dutch - French - German - Greek - Italian - Japanese - Korean - Portuguese - Russian - Spanish

    Free Trial! Chat Real Time with Audio & Video Capabilities. single dating

    ReplyDelete

  34. online dating <<< Meet Thousands Of Singles In Your Area >>>

    Hundreds Of Happy People Across The Globe Have Been Successful In Finding Suitable Partners With Online dating. Thousand Of People Are Looking For A Date Today. They Are Looking For Someone. Are You One Of Them?

    Lonely? Single? Married?
    Are you looking for someone to FLIRT?
    Looking for someone to DATE?
    Find your special someone.
    Date man or women you desire!

    Multilingual : English - Chinese Simplified - Chinese Traditional - Dutch - French - German - Greek - Italian - Japanese - Korean - Portuguese - Russian - Spanish

    Free Trial! Chat Real Time with Audio & Video Capabilities. online dating

    ReplyDelete

  35. free online dating <<< Meet Thousands Of Singles In Your Area >>>

    Hundreds Of Happy People Across The Globe Have Been Successful In Finding Suitable Partners With Online dating. Thousand Of People Are Looking For A Date Today. They Are Looking For Someone. Are You One Of Them?

    Lonely? Single? Married?
    Are you looking for someone to FLIRT?
    Looking for someone to DATE?
    Find your special someone.
    Date man or women you desire!

    Multilingual : English - Chinese Simplified - Chinese Traditional - Dutch - French - German - Greek - Italian - Japanese - Korean - Portuguese - Russian - Spanish

    Free Trial! Chat Real Time with Audio & Video Capabilities. free online dating

    ReplyDelete

  36. free dating <<< Meet Thousands Of Singles In Your Area >>>

    Hundreds Of Happy People Across The Globe Have Been Successful In Finding Suitable Partners With Online dating. Thousand Of People Are Looking For A Date Today. They Are Looking For Someone. Are You One Of Them?

    Lonely? Single? Married?
    Are you looking for someone to FLIRT?
    Looking for someone to DATE?
    Find your special someone.
    Date man or women you desire!

    Multilingual : English - Chinese Simplified - Chinese Traditional - Dutch - French - German - Greek - Italian - Japanese - Korean - Portuguese - Russian - Spanish

    Free Trial! Chat Real Time with Audio & Video Capabilities. free dating

    ReplyDelete

  37. free online dating <<< Meet Thousands Of Singles In Your Area >>>

    Hundreds Of Happy People Across The Globe Have Been Successful In Finding Suitable Partners With Online dating. Thousand Of People Are Looking For A Date Today. They Are Looking For Someone. Are You One Of Them?

    Lonely? Single? Married?
    Are you looking for someone to FLIRT?
    Looking for someone to DATE?
    Find your special someone.
    Date man or women you desire!

    Multilingual : English - Chinese Simplified - Chinese Traditional - Dutch - French - German - Greek - Italian - Japanese - Korean - Portuguese - Russian - Spanish

    Free Trial! Chat Real Time with Audio & Video Capabilities. free online dating

    ReplyDelete
  38. All I can say is this is a informative blog site! The other half and I just got back from our friends house (well actually my friends house) and I needed a HUGE break. I am working on a project right now that is based on home owner auto insurance quote. I have literally been on-line for 5-6 hours doing research. Even though your blog really isn�t on the same page as home owner auto insurance quote I am certainly happy I came across your blog. There are a ton of very good view points on this blog. Well I think I can here the kids calling for me in the background. I put you in my web favorites and I will certainly come back and visit. If you want to take a peek at my site you can find me here at home owner auto insurance quote. I update my site frequently. Again, great job with this blog and I will be back again soon!

    ReplyDelete
  39. Shop at your favorite stores 24 hours a day. Why go to the mall when you can shop online and avoid the traffic

    ReplyDelete
  40. It's time to take charge of your future and independence by having your own business!

    ReplyDelete
  41. good information

    ReplyDelete
  42. Hi Friend! You have a great blog over here!
    Please accept my compliments and wishes for your happiness and success!
    If you have a moment, please take a look at my site:
    ways to make money from
    It covers ways to make money from related subjects.
    Have a great day!

    ReplyDelete
  43. Good. This is not a spam on your blog. I have been searching for alberta health and wellness stuffs and came across your blog. Some good stuff you have. Just sharing what I have build. Go to alberta health and wellness and give me some comments too.

    ReplyDelete

  44. weight loss 101 Ways to Get In Better Shape and Stay That Way.

    Therapeutic Massage : You might be thinking what does getting a massage do for my health other than to make me feel good.

    Eliminate Stress : Stress is a key contributor to poor health.

    Young at Heart : Regardless of your age, if you start acting too old, you will actually not benefit yourself at all.

    Body Fat : When you think about losing weight, more importantly than weight is the amount of fat you are carrying around.

    Do Not Forget the Teeth : Often the care of teeth and gums is overlooked as potential health risks.

    Be Careful with the Sun : Everyone loves basking in the warm sun, especially if it is lying on a beautiful sandy beach.

    Give your Eyes a Rest : Most jobs in today's society require the use of a computer.

    Breast Exams : Make sure you conduct regular breast examines.

    Make Time for Intimacy : If you are married, be sure to make time for intimacy in your relationship.

    Puffy Eyes : If you battle with puffy eyes or dark circles that make you look worn out, do not feel alone.

    FITNESS : Fitness is just as important as health, and in reality, fitness correlates directly with our health.

    Squats : Squats are excellent for glutes, hamstrings, quads, and calves.

    Get to the Gym : Working out at home is a good option and for some people

    Get Ready to Run : Before any workout, always warm up.

    Resistance : The next time you work out try adding some resistance to your routine.

    Be Realistic : It would be great to be able to jump right into a hard workout, feel great, and see instant results.

    Bowling : Get some exercise by joining a bowling league.

    Fitness and Food : Certain foods provide specific benefits for people who workout.

    Diabetes and Exercise : Aerobic exercise can actually be beneficial for people with diabetes.

    Check your Pulse : As you exercise, it is to your advantage to keep track of your pulse rate.

    weight loss

    ReplyDelete
  45. Wow This is Deep..I know all of this sounds good but if you really want to change yourself or someone important to you. If you need motivation in your life. If You can say no to all this motivation...

    I am changing the way I live today ..Think it and believe it.. You can Change Your Life and Start Living Your Dreams Today..http://www.spiritualideas.com

    ReplyDelete
  46. nice blog, I really like what you have done here and look forward to future updates. I have a website you might like

    weight loss program

    ReplyDelete
  47. Congratulations Friend for your excellent blog on ways to make money at!Keep up the good work!
    If you have a moment, please visit my site:
    ways to make money at
    I send you my warm regards and wish you continued success.
    Have a nice day! :-)

    ReplyDelete
  48. Congratulations Friend for your excellent blog on ways to make extra money!Keep up the good work!
    If you have a moment, please visit my site:
    ways to make extra money
    I send you my warm regards and wish you continued success.
    Have a nice day! :-)

    ReplyDelete

  49. best weight loss program 101 Ways to Get In Better Shape and Stay That Way.

    Therapeutic Massage : You might be thinking what does getting a massage do for my health other than to make me feel good.

    Eliminate Stress : Stress is a key contributor to poor health.

    Young at Heart : Regardless of your age, if you start acting too old, you will actually not benefit yourself at all.

    Body Fat : When you think about losing weight, more importantly than weight is the amount of fat you are carrying around.

    Do Not Forget the Teeth : Often the care of teeth and gums is overlooked as potential health risks.

    Be Careful with the Sun : Everyone loves basking in the warm sun, especially if it is lying on a beautiful sandy beach.

    Give your Eyes a Rest : Most jobs in today's society require the use of a computer.

    Breast Exams : Make sure you conduct regular breast examines.

    Make Time for Intimacy : If you are married, be sure to make time for intimacy in your relationship.

    Puffy Eyes : If you battle with puffy eyes or dark circles that make you look worn out, do not feel alone.

    FITNESS : Fitness is just as important as health, and in reality, fitness correlates directly with our health.

    Squats : Squats are excellent for glutes, hamstrings, quads, and calves.

    Get to the Gym : Working out at home is a good option and for some people

    Get Ready to Run : Before any workout, always warm up.

    Resistance : The next time you work out try adding some resistance to your routine.

    Be Realistic : It would be great to be able to jump right into a hard workout, feel great, and see instant results.

    Bowling : Get some exercise by joining a bowling league.

    Fitness and Food : Certain foods provide specific benefits for people who workout.

    Diabetes and Exercise : Aerobic exercise can actually be beneficial for people with diabetes.

    Check your Pulse : As you exercise, it is to your advantage to keep track of your pulse rate.

    best weight loss program

    ReplyDelete
  50. Hi Blogger! I like your blog! Keep up the
    good work, you are providing a great resource on the Internet here!
    If you have a moment, please take a look at my site:
    way to make money
    It pretty much covers way to make money related issues.
    Best regards!

    ReplyDelete
  51. Hi I have a blog about big tits would you like to exchange links?
    big tits

    ReplyDelete
  52. Well, your blog is very interesting. This may be not related to the main topic but I'd like to inform that you can view many photos of singles in your area at http://top-personals.net. This is a adult personals site.

    ReplyDelete
  53. Thank you for the informative blog
    Here Is some additional Dating resources for free Dating
    Find Friends
    To find dates for your area please click here Dating

    ReplyDelete

  54. weight loss surgery 101 Ways to Get In Better Shape and Stay That Way.

    Therapeutic Massage : You might be thinking what does getting a massage do for my health other than to make me feel good.

    Eliminate Stress : Stress is a key contributor to poor health.

    Young at Heart : Regardless of your age, if you start acting too old, you will actually not benefit yourself at all.

    Body Fat : When you think about losing weight, more importantly than weight is the amount of fat you are carrying around.

    Do Not Forget the Teeth : Often the care of teeth and gums is overlooked as potential health risks.

    Be Careful with the Sun : Everyone loves basking in the warm sun, especially if it is lying on a beautiful sandy beach.

    Give your Eyes a Rest : Most jobs in today's society require the use of a computer.

    Breast Exams : Make sure you conduct regular breast examines.

    Make Time for Intimacy : If you are married, be sure to make time for intimacy in your relationship.

    Puffy Eyes : If you battle with puffy eyes or dark circles that make you look worn out, do not feel alone.

    FITNESS : Fitness is just as important as health, and in reality, fitness correlates directly with our health.

    Squats : Squats are excellent for glutes, hamstrings, quads, and calves.

    Get to the Gym : Working out at home is a good option and for some people

    Get Ready to Run : Before any workout, always warm up.

    Resistance : The next time you work out try adding some resistance to your routine.

    Be Realistic : It would be great to be able to jump right into a hard workout, feel great, and see instant results.

    Bowling : Get some exercise by joining a bowling league.

    Fitness and Food : Certain foods provide specific benefits for people who workout.

    Diabetes and Exercise : Aerobic exercise can actually be beneficial for people with diabetes.

    Check your Pulse : As you exercise, it is to your advantage to keep track of your pulse rate.

    weight loss surgery

    ReplyDelete
  55. Hi Im searching for Blogs to exchange links with if your interested its
    A blog aboutPorn Pictures see what you think.
    Porn Pictures

    ReplyDelete
  56. Great blog. In case you care to know, I was searching for i want to go on atkins low carb diet meats and salads and your blog came up. I am glad I found it though.

    Very nice.

    ReplyDelete