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"It's basically a good news story for those who like tea and coffee. These drinks appear to offer benefits for the heart without raising the risk of dying from anything else," said Professor Yvonne van der Schouw, the lead researcher."And my favorite part of the whole article:
"However, it's worth remembering that leading a healthy overall lifestyle is the thing that really matters when it comes to keeping your heart in top condition.
"Having a cigarette with your coffee could completely cancel any benefits, while drinking lots of tea in front of the TV for hours on end without exercising is unlikely to offer your heart much protection at all." (BBC)
McLellan didn't just get beaten. According to a police report, the two attackers, one black and one Filipino, also put out cigarettes on his neck, poured beer and peed on him and whipped him with his belt while saying "How do you like it, white boy?" and "This is for enslaving our people."-Story at the Seattle Weekly
"Instead of taking funds from wealthy Americans, the kids at Restore are actually growing crops and selling them in order to donate the money to American charities! Why? Because Bob Goff wants to instill dignity and purpose in the lives of his students."
"Apparently, with the help of Restore, a number of these young men have started growing & selling their own crops. After hearing about The Mentoring Project, they wanted to give a small portion of their profits to our work."
"Basically, Restore International is turning charity on its head. They are saying that the privilege of financial progress and the joy of financial generosity shouldn’t be reserved exclusively for the global north. And, maybe if we gave the global south more opportunities to experience the joys of giving, they’d be more likely to pull their own countries out of poverty." (Don Millers Blog)
Corner of Claremont and Oneonta in NE Portland
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July 10+11, 17+18, 24+25, 31 and Aug 1
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