Ice Watch

25 Jun 19
UnabridgedBren

The Dry meets Silence of the Lambs in this intoxicating tale of literary suspense set in the relentless Alaskan landscape about madness and obsession, loneliness and grief, and the ferocious bonds of family … It’s 1941 in small-town Alaska and Elisabeth Pfautz is alone. She’s living far from home, struggling through an unhappy marriage, and […]

25 Jun 19
O4L Online Network

Outlawz In Switzerland Leaves Fans Blown Away. After performing in Russia, the Outlawz headed to Switzerland for an exclusive show. Full video & reaction

25 Jun 19
Brooklyn Boys

This weekend was a winner. We kicked off the weekend fun with a Friday night trip to Coney Island. Someone from the boys’ school had arranged this outing for everyone who wanted to join, and so we found ourselves surrounded by school friends, hot dogs and popcorn at a Coney Island Cyclones game. We stayed […]

25 Jun 19
BUFH Summer '19

Fun Facts: Name: Megan Elizabeth Reed Nicknames: Mostly just Meg … but Emma likes to call me Megalodon sometimes. Birthday: September 14 Hometown: Sugarloaf, PA (it’s northeast-ish … kinda close to the Poconos if you know where that is) Concentration: Applied Math Family: Eric (dad), Becky (mom), Madison (sister, 21), Bryce (brother, 17), Arlo (dog) […]

25 Jun 19
TheBioHacker

Although not known by that name, biohacking as a movement has been around for centuries. The people behind it are responsible for innovations in a variety of fields: digital health, wearable technology, bio upgrading, self quantification, lifehacking, nutrition and sports performance. In fact the key innovations that pushed the bio-science and the way we model […]

25 Jun 19
Hilot Academy of Binabaylan

Since June 10, 2019 we noticed that the water supply interruption and everyday from that day it becomes worst. At first it only has 12 hours or no water. Then later on we are given water supply by 6 PM to 9AM. Then it was announce that water ration will only be given by 1am […]

25 Jun 19
Hoang Lan Dang

Chapter nineteen That startling month in which I first came upon the Chairman again-and met Nobu, and Dr. Crab, and Uchida Kosaburo-made me feel something like a pet cricket that has at last escaped its wicker cage. For the first time in ages I could go to bed at night believing I might not always […]

25 Jun 19
Pure Blather

It’s a thing that some movie review sites do during the summer. Run down their choices for the best movie set in each of the fifty states. Some of them even remember to include the District of Columbia. It’s not an easy task. Not because you have to decide which movie is the “best” according […]

25 Jun 19
Red Bluff Daily News
If you’re approached by someone who offers “free” genetic testing or cancer screening, turn them down. Medicare doesn’t cover such tests unless a doctor who’s treating you orders them and they’re medically necessary. Laboratory representatives have allegedly been taking swabs inside the mouths of Medicare beneficiaries at health fairs, senior centers, residential complexes for older people, and veterans’ centers. Some seniors are getting cold calls about genetic testing kits. The caller usually offers to send a “free” genetic testing kit and asks only that you return the completed kit with your insurance information – including a Medicare number. Beneficiaries’ numbers are then used to bill Medicare for thousands of dollars of medically unnecessary genetic testing. More creative schemes involve sending invitations to an “ice cream social” where seniors hear a presentation about “no cost” genetic testing and/or cancer screenings. During the presentation, seniors are asked for their Medicare numbers – and Medicare is later billed thousands of dollars per test. Seniors are also being asked for the Medicare numbers and other private information after being brought into health-fair booths for DNA swabs of their cheeks. In some instances, seniors are given gift cards and told that Medicare will be billed for the tests, even though there’s no physician order for them. Don’t give your DNA away to a stranger. Beware of people who cold-call you or show up at your front door uninvited to push genetic tests and cancer screenings. Watch out for people who claim such tests are “100% covered by Medicare.” Medicare does cover such tests, but only when they are medically necessary and have been ordered by your doctor. Look for charges on your Medicare Summary Notice statements for unnecessary tests or screenings that you didn’t want or weren’t ordered by your doctor. In general, don’t give out your Medicare number or Social Security number to anyone you don’t know and trust. Be cautious of unsolicited requests for your Medicare or Social Security numbers. If your personal information is compromised, it may be used in other fraud schemes. Medicare will never contact you out of the blue and ask for your Medicare number or other personal information. And don’t consent to any lab tests at senior centers, health fairs, or in your home. Be suspicious of anyone claiming that you’ll pay nothing for genetic tests and cancer screenings. If you think you’ve been a victim of fraud, we want to hear from you. Please call us, toll-free, at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). You can also report suspected fraud at 1-800-HHS-TIPS. Or you can contact your local Senior Medicare Patrol, a terrific group which educates people with Medicare about how to avoid healthcare fraud and abuse. You can reach Senior Medicare Patrol 1-877-808-2468, or visit https://www.smpresource.org. One last tip: enter your phone number on the Do Not Call Registry https://www.donotcall.gov. Greg Dill is Medicare’s regional administrator for Arizona, California, Nevada, Hawaii, and the Pacific Territories. You can always get answers to your Medicare questions by calling 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).
25 Jun 19
Horror Sleaze Trash

The Wetness He both awakened and somehow caught his ejaculate in one reflexive motion. Left fist clamped around his still pumping glans, he lay still without breathing, stunned by the preconscious manoeuvre. Blinking against the dark, he felt a trickle of fluid move along his wrist. He turned his head to see his partner’s sleeping […]

25 Jun 19
Conversations with Lavonta

When I heard that Ava Duvernay was in the process of telling the true story of the Central Park 5, I was excited. I felt like this would give us a much needed view into a story that is not well known by this generation. I thought it would be a step froward for the […]

25 Jun 19
Frayed Knots

Good evening! Today, for dinner, I had… 1 1/2 pork chops, buttered noodles and cauliflower and broccoli. Maybe because I’m nervous about tomorrow or what but nothing tasted good to me today. I threw out half my dinner uneaten. I tried ice cream and halfway through that, I felt like I was going to barf […]

24 Jun 19
LaLaScoop

Greenville may not be one of the largest cities within the state of South Carolina, yet it manages to have just about everything that a person would expect from a major city. That not only includes an airport, hotels, restaurants, and nightlife, but also an arena, sports teams, a bike-share program, breweries, artisanal coffee, main […]

24 Jun 19
Queen of the Dirt

For two days our tour buses passed a lovely riverfront of some kind and a huge REI as we traveled back and forth from our garden tours in the communities surrounding Denver. I am not a camping and hiking kind of girl but both my adult sons are very into kayaking, fishing and all things […]

24 Jun 19
Here There and Everywhere

There are crowds of people visiting Mammoth Hot Springs during the day. There are special lots just for all the buses that come to see the magnificent terraces. Suddenly, the afternoon is hot, and we are shedding layers. Late in the afternoon, we decide to visit the Upper Terrace, a one way road, very short, […]

24 Jun 19
Craig Crosby

I don’t have anything terrible to share with you today. However, I do believe some of what I will say most don’t want to hear. I really didn’t in my past days. I’m all ears now because reality has opened my eyes wide. My life has been disrupted by this painful truth. So, here it […]