(VIDEO) Pres. Hypocrite? Obama Still Smoking Cigarettes…After Signing Anti-Smoking Laws for Us….

President Obama still smoking? Doctor’s note may be smoking gun

BY Richard Sisk
DAILY NEWS
February 28th 2010

WASHINGTON – President Obama’s doctors hinted Sunday that he still might be sneaking smokes when Michelle and the kids aren’t around to yell at him.

Obama’s routine physical at the Bethesda Naval Medical Center found him in “excellent health” and “fit for duty” but the docs also included a cryptic recommendation that he “continue smoking cessation efforts.”

Obama should continue his “nicotine replacement therapy – self-use (gum or the patch),” the doctor said.

Obama owned up during the 2008 presidential campaign to falling off the wagon occassionally in his effort to quit with the help of nicotine gum.

Obama has also said that First Lady Michelle Obama, and kids Malia and Sasha, have been all over him to break the habit.


Obama Signs Tough Anti-Smoking Bill, but Quitting the Habit Himself is Tougher

Posted by jowilliams
June 22, 2009

WASHINGTON — President Obama signed into law today the toughest new measures ever on the tobacco industry designed to stop young people from smoking, a powerful habit that the president himself started as a teenager — and one he is still grappling with on a day-to-day basis.

The Family Smoking Prevention Act the president approved gives the US Food and Drug Administration sweeping authority to regulate ingredients in tobacco products, like tar and nicotine, as well as limit advertisements aimed at young people and have final say over new tobacco products. The law, which Congress passed overwhelmingly, also restricts makers of tobacco products from using candy or fruit flavorings in their products and bans them from advertising at sporting or entertainment events.

Before signing the bill, Obama said the harmful effects of tobacco products have been known for decades, and “more than 400,000 Americans now die of tobacco-related illnesses each year, making it the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. More than 8 million Americans suffer from at least one serious illness caused by smoking” at a national cost of more than $100 billion a year.

“What’s even worse are the effects on our children,” Obama said, noting that one in five kids under age 18 will be smoking by the time they leave high school. “Each day, 1,000 young people under the age of 18 become new, regular, daily smokers.”

Obama then added his own well-publicized fight with tobacco for emphasis.

“Almost 90 percent of all smokers began at or before their 18th birthday,” he said. “I know — I was one of these teenagers, and so I know how difficult it can be to break this habit when it’s been with you for a long time.”

Before running for president, Obama famously made a deal with his wife, First Lady Michelle Obama: she would fully support his run for the White House if he quit smoking. During the campaign, Obama used nicotine gum to break the habit, but since his election he has declined to say he has quit smoking for good.

Asked yesterday if the president has had relapses, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs would say only that his boss, like most smokers trying to quit, “struggles with it every day. I don’t honestly see the need to get a whole lot more specific than the fact that it’s a continuing struggle.”

TOYOTA: At Least 56 Deaths from Sudden Acceleration…Horrifying Accounts of Fatalities…VIDEO!!!

Toyotas, Deaths and Sudden Acceleration

By Stuart Pfeifer, Carol J. Williams and Robert Faturechi
February 28, 2010

Toyota deaths (Detroit Free Press) Shrieks filled Mark Saylor's Lexus as it slammed into another vehicle, then careened into an embankment, killing all four on board.

At least 56 people have died in U.S. traffic accidents in which sudden unintended acceleration of Toyota Motor Corp. vehicles has been alleged, according to complaints filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, lawsuits and police and state highway patrol reports. Some of the victims’ names are unknown because NHTSA did not disclose them and they could not be confirmed through other sources. A Toyota spokesman declined to comment, saying the company does not discuss cases in which litigation has been, or could be, filed.

Here are the accounts of those fatalities, based on public records.

Date: March 2, 1992

Victim: Stanley Sirnik

Location: West Virginia

Model: 1992 Toyota 4Runner

Toyota deaths (Detroit Free Press) Off-duty California Highway Patrol Officer Mark Saylor, center, was driving through rush-hour traffic in suburban San Diego when his Lexus took off like a runaway rocket. With him were his wife, Cleofe Lastrella, left, their 13-year-old daughter, Mahala, right, and Cleofe's brother, Chris Lastrella, not pictured.

Details: When his sport utility vehicle suddenly began to accelerate on a winding road — his brakes ineffective and his cruise control locked — Stanley Sirnik drove up an embankment to avoid an approaching cliff, according to a complaint filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The 1992 4Runner, which is not included in any recent Toyota recalls, flipped and Sirnik was killed instantly, according to the complaint, which was filed by Sirnik’s wife.

Sirnik had been traveling about 40 mph before the unintended acceleration, according to the complaint. Sirnik’s brother, a passenger in the vehicle, was badly injured, the complaint said.

Date: Sept. 4, 2003

Victim: Maria Cafua

Location: Wilmington, Mass.

Model: 2002 Toyota Camry

Details: Maria Cafua, 44, was in the middle of her early morning commute when the woman’s 2002 Camry accelerated across three lanes before being broadsided by another car in the fast lane, according to relatives and a complaint filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Toyota deaths (Pismo Beach Police Department) The Ezals' car crashed through two barriers and plunged 75 feet into the surf, killing Anne and leaving the sedan in a crumpled mass amid the rocky shoals, according to the police report and bystanders' pictures.

The accident on Interstate 93 on a rainy day in Wilmington, Mass., put Cafua in a coma. The Portuguese immigrant died eight months later.

Cafua is survived by her husband and three children, who were 23, 18 and 10 at the time of the accident.

The 2002 Camry is not included in Toyota’s recent recalls.. Still, David Cafua, now 29, said he believed the accident that killed his mother was caused by a defect in the car.

He said his mother had been taking the same route to her factory job for 12 years. The commute to nearby Watertown was too familiar, he said, and Cafua too cautious of a driver to be involved in such a freak accident.

For now, he said, the family has no intention of taking legal action against the automaker.

Keys to the Gold Medal Game…Team U.S.A. vs. Canada Olympic Hockey Final… VIDEO…

Team U.S.A.  vs. Canada Olympic Hockey Final… Keys to the Gold Medal Game…

By Scott Burnside
and Pierre LeBrun
ESPN.com

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Heading into Sunday’s gold-medal game, we look at the keys to the game for the United States and Canada:

Burnside: Keys for United States
1. Evolution: Everyone says the key to winning the Olympic tournament is to get better with each game. It gets a little boring, frankly. But here’s the thing about this U.S. team, it has done exactly that. It has slowly evolved from a young team uncertain about its identity to one that is practically oozing confidence.

Yes, Miikka Kiprusoff was a train wreck for Finland in the semifinals, but the U.S. still scored six goals before the game was 13 minutes old. The Americans won’t do the same to Canada, but they also won’t be hanging on for dear life like they did during the team’s 5-3 win a week ago.

“We’ve played extremely well,” GM Brian Burke said. “I don’t think we had all hands on deck in the preliminary round. I think we stole the Canada game; our goaltender stole it for us. … And I thought against the Swiss and then again against the Finns, we had everyone participating and contributing, and that’s what you want in a tournament like this. It’s a short tournament. You want to be playing your best hockey as you go into that last game.”

2. Off the blocks: The Americans have never trailed in this tournament and have enjoyed early success in pretty much every game but their quarterfinal win over Switzerland. Against Canada, defenseman Brian Rafalski, who leads all scorers in the tournament with eight points, scored 41 seconds in. Scoring first Sunday will help send the Americans to their first gold medal since 1980.

3. Out of the box, out of trouble: No team in the tournament has taken fewer penalties than the Americans, who have been to the box just 13 times in five games. They have allowed three goals, but the key is to not give Canada a chance to unleash its considerable power. The Canadians have seven power-play goals, but the Americans’ best chance against Canada comes from playing 5-on-5, where they can force the Canadian defense into turnovers and draw penalties of their own.

4. Ryan Miller time: Gee, you’d think the guy was good or something. Well, the lanky, cerebral Buffalo netminder has been the Americans’ top player in this tournament, and his play and calm demeanor have been instrumental in the Americans’ coming together so quickly in a short tournament.

Miller pretty much stole the win against Canada earlier, and he may be called on to do it again. Shouldn’t be a problem, though, as he leads all goalies in the tournament with a .954 save percentage. Burke wouldn’t say Miller gives them a distinct advantage with Roberto Luongo between the pipes for Canada, so we will. He does.

“You’re talking about elite goaltenders there. You’re talking about apples and apples. I think Roberto Luongo has been the best goaltender in the National Hockey League the last two years. But I think Ryan’s been the best this year,” Burke said. “It’s not a decided advantage. But it’s given us a comfort level that allows our team to play a certain way because we trust him.”

Canada coach Mike Babcock said they hope to get more traffic in front of Miller.

“I just got their stats in front of me and it looks to me that Rafalski has eight points, so he must be important. [Zach] Parise’s got seven, so he must be important. Then I look down here at the save percentage and it’s .954. You don’t have to be that smart to figure out who is important. We’ve got to go get him.”

5. Setting the tone: In the aftermath of Canada’s 7-3 rout against Russia, netminder Ilya Bryzgalov said the Canadians were “like gorillas out of a cage.”

If the Canadians have their way, they’ll produce a similar effort Sunday. The Americans will have to match that, which means players like David Backes and Dustin Brown and hometown hero Ryan Kesler will have to bring the same snarl they have shown throughout the tournament. This will be especially important early in the game, when the hometown fans will be at a fever pitch.

“We’re not going to survive if we hide in the foxhole, I can tell you that,” U.S. coach Ron Wilson said.

LeBrun: Keys for Canada
1. Size and strength: Overall, 15 of Canada’s 23 players are 6-foot-2 or taller, while the U.S. has eight players who fit that criteria. Canada has only three players under 6-foot, while the Americans have eight. That should mean more puck battles won by Team Canada.

2. Championship experience: Team Canada has more players that have won the big games, and it doesn’t get any bigger than Sunday. Canada doubles Team USA’s output in Stanley Cup rings (14-7). The Americans have rings from Brian Rafalski (3), Jamie Langenbrunner (2), Chris Drury (1) and Brooks Orpik (1), while Canada counters with Scott Niedermayer (4), Martin Brodeur (3), Chris Pronger (1), Eric Staal (1), Dan Boyle (1), Corey Perry (1), Ryan Getzlaf (1), Sidney Crosby (1) and Marc-Andre Fleury. And there are 2002 Olympic gold medals hanging in the basements of Pronger, Niedermayer, Brodeur and Jarome Iginla, while there are none in the Team USA dressing room.

“What I do know is, whether it was the team I coached at the University of Lethbridge when we won a national championship or a world junior team or a Stanley Cup team or a World Championship team, if you win together, you walk together forever,” said Babcock. “I really believe that. You remember those guys and you remember something special and you have tons of fond memories of it. Here’s an opportunity of a lifetime and you want to make good on it.”

3. Battle tested: Team Canada has gone through its share of adversity in this tournament. The loss to the United States and the slim wins over Switzerland and Slovakia ignited fear in the country, but also provided important lessons for the players. They should react better to adversity come Sunday, whereas the young American team has never trailed once in the tournament and might panic a little if Canada gets off to a quick lead.

It’s also worth nothing Team Canada oozes leadership with nine NHL captains on its roster: Crosby, Rick Nash, Niedermayer, Staal, Mike Richards, Jonathan Toews, Iginla, Brenden Morrow and Roberto Luongo. Team USA has three NHL captains: Chris Drury, Jamie Langenbrunner and Dustin Brown. More than anything, this stresses just how young the Americans are as they go into the biggest game of their careers.

4. Offensive depth: Team Canada counts eight players among the top 25 NHL scoring leaders: Crosby, Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau, Dany Heatley, Getzlaf, Corey Perry, Nash, Iginla; Team USA has only two in Patrick Kane and Zach Parise.

What that has done for Canada in recent games is afford them the luxury of having different stars step up.

“Against the Russians, I thought it was the Toews line, having Nash and Richards with him,” Babcock said. “Last night, I thought it was Morrow with Getzlaf and Perry. Who knows from night to night. That’s the idea of depth in your roster. You have an opportunity for different people to pick you up on different nights. Right now, we like the balance of our group.”

5. Home-ice advantage: The roar at Canada Hockey Place on Sunday might be unprecedented.

“It’s fun. You come out on the ice and you see everybody wearing red, it gets the guys going even more,” said Luongo. “It’s fun to be part of something like that. It’s an experience we’ll probably never get to live again. I’m just looking forward to tomorrow and the craziness in the building.”

Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun cover the NHL for ESPN.com

420 Alert!!! Five Things You May Think You ‘Know’ About Marijuana That Aren’t True…

Five Things You May ‘Know’ About Marijuana That Aren’t True

By Steve Elliott
Feb 27, 2010

The bulk of my writing is done for a pot-savvy audience, so it usually goes without saying that certain “cultural perceptions” about cannabis are wrong. To correct these marijuana myths to a crowd of potheads would be a classic case of singing to (an albeit higher) choir.

As editor of a pot website, I live and breathe marijuana (see what I did there?) every day, and have a great chance to fully inform myself.

But when speaking to members of the general public, I’m often struck (and stop that! It hurts) with the wide prevalence of beliefs about marijuana that have been scientifically disproven for years.

How many of these myths have you trusted lately?

1. One joint equals a pack of cigarettes.

This hoary old favorite comes back again and again, seemingly impervious to the onslaught of the real world.

Prohibitionists earnestly tell us that smoking just one joint “equals a pack of cigarettes.” Or maybe it’s 16, or maybe just four cigarettes; they seem a little unclear on the exact number.

This fallacious conclusion is derived from a study by Dr. Donald Tashkin in which the UCLA researcher examined airflow resistance in the lungs of tobacco smokers compared to that in the lungs of marijuana smokers. Dr. Tashkin did find that daily pot smokers experience a “mild but significant” increase in airflow resistance in the large airways, greater than that seen in persons smoking 16 cigarettes per day.

But what they don’t tell you is that, ironically, Dr. Tashkin also found – in the largest study ever of its kind – other, more important markers of lung health, in which marijuana smokers did much better than tobacco smokers. In the four years since Dr. Tashkin’s latest study results were announced, I’ve never heard a single anti-marijuana speaker mention this.

They also never seem to have time to mention that Dr. Tashkin’s study unexpectedly found that smoking marijuana – even regularly and heavily! – does not lead to lung cancer.

Dr. Tashkin said these results “were against our expectations.”

“We hypothesized that there would be a positive association between marijuana use and lung cancer, and that the association would be more positive with heavier use,” Dr. Tashkin said. “What we found instead was no assication at all, and even a suggestion of some protective effect.”

2. Medical marijuana has been a huge problem in states where it is legalized.

The mass media narrative seems to be “Maybe there are a few patients who need medical marijuana, but legalizing cannabis for medicinal use has led to huge problems in California. Do we really want those here?”

When pressed on exactly what those “huge problems” are, anti-marijuana zealots will usually offer up the “more pot dispensaries than Starbucks in Los Angeles” argument, saying something about dispensary proliferation being “out of control.”

What they don’t mention is that the situation in Los Angeles is entirely due to a lackadaisical city council that took more than two years to draw up an ordinance regulating the dispensaries, thus opening the door to their uncontrolled proliferation.

Neither to they mention that in cities such as San Francisco and Oakland, where city governments have been on top of the developing marijuana dispensary scene for years, there haven’t been any such problems.

Not only do these cities have orderly, well-run, reputable marijuana dispensaries, but in the case of Oakland at least, the city is now reaping millions of tax dollars from the shops – which, in what may be a first for American business, asked to be taxed.

Remember, there are 13 other states besides California that have legalized medical marijuana. Have you heard about nightmare scenarios occurring in those?

States such as New Mexico, Rhode Island, and Maine have set up systems of state-authorized marijuana dispensaries to carry out the will of the voters in giving patients safe and legal access to medical marijuana. The system hasn’t produced major problems, and is working as intended.

The other favorite argument of pot prohibitionists is that marijuana dispensaries are supposed to somehow “attract crime.

This one seems to be particularly near and dear to the hearts of small town police chiefs, as evidenced over and over by their apparently earnest (but completely inaccurate) testimony at city council meetings.

Dispensaries, in fact, have lower crime rates than either banks or liquor stores, according to the Denver Police Department, which certainly should know, since they have 300 of them in town.

The police chief of Los Angeles agrees. “Banks are more likely to get robbed than medical marijuana dispensaries,” L.A. Police Chief Charlie Beck told the Los Angeles Daily News.

A look at the facts quickly tells us that all types of crime are, in fact, down in states with marijuana dispensaries.

3. Legalization is a slippery slope. If we legalize pot, what’s next? Cocaine? Heroin? Meth?

The evergreen popularity of this baseless bugaboo is a bit puzzling.

The answer is easy and obvious. While the legalization of marijuana now enjoys majority support, according to recent polls, support drops precipitously for relaxing the laws around any other drugs.

Pot’s closest competitors, ecstasy and cocaine, each have only 8 percent support for legalization. Heroin and meth are even lower at 6 percent each, according to Angus Reid Public Opinion.

Legalizing pot won’t open the floodgates; in fact, the increased visibility of marijuana in American society only serves to highlight the stark differences between cannabis and most other illicit substances.

The American people know the difference between marijuana and hard drugs. Most Americans know someone who uses marijuana without it destroying their life. It’s not hard to see the chasm that separates pot, and its users, from the desperately addicted scenario that goes with substances like heroin and methamphetamine.

4. If we legalize pot, there will be carnage on our highways. Look at what we’re already facing with alcohol. Do we really want MORE impaired drivers?

The simple truth of it is, there are already millions of marijuana smokers using our roads and highways every day.

With estimates of current marijuana users in the United States running between 40 and 100 million, you can bet that if weed really caused wrecks, it would be a national tragedy on the level of drunk driving.

If marijuana resulted in motor impairment anywhere near the level produced by alcohol, those gory findings would have made banner headlines across the land – as has been the case with alcohol.

Many of us have, hopefully in our younger years, discovered on a very personal level that driving under the influence of alcohol is an extremely bad idea. But think about it: How many in your circle of friends have a “I was so high I totaled my car” story?

While I’m not encouraging anyone to take bong hits then rush out onto the freeway, a growing body of evidence indicates that marijuana is, on balance, far less a road hazard than is alcohol.

The tendency for stoners to overcompensate for whatever slight impairment occurs is one reason that marijuana-related car crashes aren’t in the headlines every day.

Even the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), which in its understandable quest for respectability is very cautious around the stoned driving issue, grants: “…Emerging scientific research indicates that cannabis actually has far less impact on the psychomotor skills needed for driving than alcohol does, and is seldom a causal factor in automobile accidents.”

5. If we legalize it, everybody and his brother will become a flaming pothead.

Some of the pot prohibitionists have an interesting view of human nature. They think that as humans we are mostly seething cauldrons of pent-up desires just waiting to express themselves, if only legal repercussions weren’t in the way.

Now, I’m willing to grant this may be a reasonably accurate self-assessment for some of these guys, but for the rest of us, it’s just not so, when it comes to the pot laws.

The laws against marijuana been a spectacular failure in preventing its use. Since pot was made illegal more than 70 years ago, its popularity has risen almost every single year – even as the laws against it became more and more draconian in many locales.

The most extensive study ever taken on U.S. marijuana arrests and penalties, released last November, found that marijuana arrests have no impact on usage rates.

Meanwhile, another approach has been tried in places like the Netherlands, which relaxed its pot laws in the 1970s and has since seen teen and overall marijuana use at a level half that of the United States.

Those of us who make marijuana policy reform our work welcome an open, serious debate on the issues surrounding cannabis re-legalization.

All we ask is that in that debate, everyone should at least stick to the facts and not cling to outdated, shop-worn superstitions from the 20th Century.

(VIDEO) CLG says U.S.’s HARRP Program Responsible for the Chili Earthquake? Haiti Too? CLG Thinks So…

CLG implies Chile HAARP Quake: Great ball of fire?

February 27, 2010
Human Rights Examiner
Deborah Dupre

In Breaking News today, Lori Price, Managing Editor of Citizens for Legitimate Government (CLG) has implied with one word in brackets that HARRP could have been involved in Chile’s monumental 8.8 earthquake. CLG highlighting HAARP today concurs with a growing number of scientists and the public aware of the HAARP weapon of mass destruction and its geo-engineering capacity to trigger “natural disasters” for imperialist political gain.

Price reports:

“Massive earthquake strikes Chile 27 Feb 2010 A massive earthquake with an initial magnitude of 8.8 has struck central Chile. The quake struck at 0634 GMT about 91km (56 miles) north-east of the city of Concepcion and 317km south-west of the capital, Santiago. Buildings in Santiago were reported to have shaken for between 10 and 30 seconds, with the loss of electricity and communications. The US issued an initial tsunami warning for Chile, Peru and Ecuador. That was later extended to Colombia, Antarctica, Panama and Costa Rica. [HAARP]”

HAARP has capacity to target areas and trigger “natural disasters” that the area is prone to experience so that the disaster is viewed as natural instead of attacked by a weapon of mass destruction. (Read Michel Chossudovsky, The Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction: “Owning the Weather” for Military Use, Global Research, 2004)

The U.S. is ready to offer help to Chile.

HAARP is a weapon of mass destruction

In 2005, Chossudovsky emphasized in his updated 2002 article, “Washington’s New World Order Weapons Have the Abiliy to Trigger Climate Change”:

The important debate on global warming under UN auspices provides but a partial picture of climate change; in addition to the devastating impacts of greenhouse gas emissions on the ozone layer, the World’s climate can now be modified as part of a new generation of sophisticated “non-lethal weapons.” Both the Americans and the Russians have developed capabilities to manipulate the World’s climate.

In the US, the technology is being perfected under the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) as part of the (“Star Wars”) Strategic Defence Initiative (SDI). Recent scientific evidence suggests that HAARP is fully operational and has the ability of potentially triggering floods, droughts, hurricanes and earthquakes. From a military standpoint, HAARP is a weapon of mass destruction. Potentially, it constitutes an instrument of conquest capable of selectively destabilising agricultural and ecological systems of entire regions.

Chossudovsky wrote in 2004:

“The significant expansion in America’s weather warfare arsenal, which is a priority of the Department of Defense is not a matter for debate or discussion. While, environmentalists blame the Bush administration for not having signed the Kyoto protocol, the issue of “weather warfare”, namely the manipulation of weather patterns for military use is never mentioned.” (emphasis added)

Weather warfare was not a major topic at the recent Copenhagen Summit, despite its well attendance by environmentalists.

The Pentagon has “joined the global warming consensus” used by environmentalists’ “global warming” campaign according to Chossudovsky.

“HAARP also has the ability of triggering blackouts and disrupting the electricity power system of entire regions.

“An analysis of statements emanating from the US Air Force points to the unthinkable: the covert manipulation of weather patterns, communications systems and electric power as a weapon of global warfare, enabling the US to disrupt and dominate entire regions of the World.” (Chossudovsky, 2004)

The weaponization of space is critical for imperialism, a bonanza for corporations’ power elite. This is being countered by the organization led by Bruce Gagnon, Global Network Against the Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space.

Great ball of fire

A bright glow is not a precursor to a natural earthquake. A bright glow was reportedly seen during the time of the Hait earthquake. Pravda.Ru reported The Russian Navy reports that the U.S. created the earthquake in Haiti, the article archived on NoLiesRadio.

A bright glow was seen during the time of China’s last powerful earthquake. There is documented evidence that it was created by scalar weapons based on a wedding party video that showed plasma discharge lights in the sky before that earthquake.

A bright glow was seen and reported by hundreds of people, locals and tourists, during Vanuatu’s 7.3 earthquake in 2002. The writer witnessed that bright glow there during that quake around 4 a.m.

Ni-vans, the Republic of Vanuatu’s indigenous population and one of the World’s oldest living cultures that inhabits a remote and pristine tropical paradise area, reported that they had never before seen a bright glow during earthquakes. They did notice with great curiosity, due to its unusual presence there in the Port Vila harbor, the huge U.S. Navy ship that had unceremoniously moved in a couple of days before the quake, leaving before the quake as quietly as it had arrived.

The question now is whether there will there be Chilean reports of a great ball of fire during the time of their quake.

In this age of global U.S. military dominance, neither remote tropical island nor even space are places of peace.

WARNING!!! Girl Scout Cookie Maker Announces Recall…Bad Lot Codes Here…


Girl Scout Cookie Maker Announces Recall

Lemon Chalet Crème Cookies Safe To Eat, But Not Up To Quality

ClickonDetroit.com
updated 2:52 p.m. PT, Fri., Feb. 26, 2010

, the maker of Girl Scout Cookies, announced a recall of some of its cookies Thursday.

The company, located in Louisville, Ky., said Lemon Chalet Crème cookies, while still safe for consumption, are not up to its quality standards.

Approximately 10 consumers have informed the cookie maker of an off taste and smell in certain packages of Lemon Chalet Crème cookies, which it said is a result of oils that may be breaking down.

The affected cookie batches have the following lot codes:

* 7455881
* 7456741
* 7457661
* 7458521
* 7459401
* 7455882
* 7456742
* 7457662
* 7458522
* 7459402
* 7455883
* 7456743
* 7457663
* 7458523
* 7459403

All Girl Scout Councils that received these lot codes will be notified directly and provided with replacement product, the company said. No other Girl Scout cookies are affected.

Consumers who have purchased one of the affected boxes are encouraged to call 1-800-962-1718 or contact Little Brownie Baker’

OMG: That’s not safe [pic]…Tanya (Anna) Song More PHOTOS…

OMG: That’s not safe [pic]… The Girl Thats Burning Up the Web… Tanya Song…

Born on July 6, 1987 ( 22 years old )
Was born in moscow
Professional Model, Adult
Tanya Song BIO

As long as I remember I always wanted to have big boobs. O.K., it was not on my wishlist for christmas but the image of myself as a grown-up woman was always a big busted lady.
And when the tits came as planned, my exhibitionist maniac mind was telling that I had to become a photomodel, pin-up model, sexbomb, fetish figure, etc… Now, I am here and I am happy to say: It is sooo good to have big boobs.
I love the attention I get wherever I am and like everything about sex: movies, erotic stories, photos, sexual events, flirting (chat with me!!) and of course sex!
Not to become mad about my own sexhibition I found a life saver for any situation and this is MUSIC. There is nothing better to relax and getting lost than playing on my guitar.
For those who are into calenders and geography:
I was born on july 6, 1987 in a beautiful ancient town near moscow where I lived until I was 18. My mother is swedish, my father russian. I have 2 younger brothers. My family is and will always be my harbour and the most important thing in my life.
I love my home but there must have been some magnet in the west which was pulling me, so I moved to Paris in 2005 to study foreign languages. I am dreaming of a future in a beautiful house close to a nice beach with a big garden and horses. I looove horseriding!

Here are my current measurements, updated december 2008

height 165cm
bust 103cm
waist 61cm
hip 93cm
bra size 70H