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Common Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures Everyone Should Know About

Do you have poorly shaped teeth? Do bad stains and chipped, broken or decayed teeth and gum’s prevent you from smiling as often as you’d prefer? Do you find yourself hiding your smile behind your hands? If this is you, then check out the most common cosmetic dental procedures available in your area. Your local Winston Salem Dentist can cover any and all cosmetic procedures with you and help you on your way to an award-winning smile. Cosmetic dentistry includes a variety of procedures. The most common include teeth whitening, sometimes known as teeth bleaching; veneers, implants, crowns, shaping, bonding and orthodontic treatment – which isn’t just for kids any more!

There are several options to achieve a whiter, brighter smile – from procedures performed in your Winston Salem Dentist office, to take home kits and even over the counter whitening pastes, strips and gels. Porcelain or composite veneers are thin shells which are custom fitted to your teeth and then cemented to the front of your teeth in order to repair or treat crooked teeth, discoloration, chipped or even spaces between the teeth. Implants are metal devices – typically made of titanium and are used to replace missing teeth. These are permanent replacements and can even act as an anchor to crowns, bridges and dentures. A crown is also a custom fitted cap to be placed over an entire tooth, which may be poorly shaped, chipped, decayed or broken. Crowns are generally made from an acrylic or porcelain substance and have been proven to withstand the pressure of biting. Shaping, also known as enamel shaping, is done by filing away or removing part of the enamel of your teeth in order to improve their appearance. Shaping is a painless procedure and you will see immediate results. Bonding, using toned materials to be bonded to the tooth, is a way to repair or improve the appearance of badly stained, chipped or even broken teeth. And of course, you may already be familiar with orthodontic treatment. However, braces aren’t just the metal mesh you may remember from childhood. There are less painful, faster procedures for straightening teeth and as your Winston Salem Dentist will assure you, orthodontics are not just for the kids anymore! So make the call today and see which cosmetic dental work is right for you.

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Author Amy Scobee recounts abuse as Scientology executive

Monday, October 11, 2010

Wikinews interviewed author Amy Scobee about her book Scientology – Abuse at the Top, and asked her about her experiences working as an executive within the organization. Scobee joined the organization at age 14, and worked at Scientology’s international management headquarters for several years before leaving in 2005. She served as a Scientology executive in multiple high-ranking positions, working out of the international headquarters of Scientology known as “Gold Base”, located in Gilman Hot Springs near Hemet, California.

Katcher died of drowning, coroner says

Friday, August 4, 2006

A coroner revealed last week that Ryan Katcher, a Illinois student who had been missing for five years and was found dead a few days ago, had died of drowning. Peggy Johnson, Vermilion County Coroner, added that there was no evidence of criminal action surrounding his death. “There are no injuries whatsoever anywhere on Ryan’s head,” she said.

The body of the 19 year-old was discovered in his pickup truck at the bottom of a lake in Illinois. According to Vermilion County Sheriff Pat Hartshorn, the University of Illinois student’s truck was lifted out of fifty feet of water by emergency workers who were testing new rescue equipment in the lake. Bob Huff, from the Danville/Vermilion County Emergency Management Agency, added: “For the past five and a half years we’ve repeatedly continued to search ponds … It’s the technology that found it this time.” Mr Huff didn’t say how the truck got into the water, but he did say the vehicle could have veered off the road.

Ryan’s mother, who has had to deal with five agonising years of not knowing the whereabouts of her son, said after his discovery: “The sad thing is now the search is over. The good thing is Ryan’s home. We’ve strived to search for Ryan for five and a half years. There was always hope that Ryan could walk through the door at some time.”

Sheriff Pat Hartshorn says he now considers the Katcher case closed. “The five and a half years it’s taken to discover Ryan has led to so many conspiracy theories and mystery novel writers and people who have bothered the family and sometime tormented them,” he said. “But the truth of the matter is it’s a tragic accident that took Ryan’s life.”

Clear Lake in Kickapoo State Park in Oakwood had been the student’s watery grave for over five years. He vanished on 5 November 2000 after one of his friends drove him home from a party at around two o’clock in the morning.

Augusten Burroughs on addiction, writing, his family and his new book

Friday, October 12, 2007

I had an unofficial phone call from Gay Talese last Tuesday. He had just flown back from Colombia and he was cranky. “I’m happy to do an interview with you,” he said, “but what the hell could you ask me that’s not already out there? Have you even bothered to look?!”

“Jeez, Mr. Talese, lots of things,” was my response. I lied. The truth is that when I call people to interview them, I do not have a set of preconceived questions. My agenda is to talk to them and gain a sense of who they are; to flesh them out as humans. To find out what they think about the world around them at that moment. With Gay Talese I had little interest in talking about Frank Sinatra Has a Cold and with Augusten Burroughs I had little interest in discussing Running with Scissors. I want to know what they think about things outside of the boxes people have placed them in.

With a memoirist like Burroughs, even this is a challenge. What parts of his life he has not written about himself, other interviewers have strip-mined. When we met for dinner at Lavagna in the East Village, I explained to Augusten this issue. I suggested we make the interview more of a conversation to see if that would be more interesting. “Instead of you in the catbird seat,” I said, “let’s just talk.”

We struck an instant rapport. What set out to be an hour and half interview over dinner had turned into four hours of discussion about our lives similarly lived. I removed half of the interview: the half that focused on me.

Below is Wikinews reporter David Shankbone’s conversation with writer Augusten Burroughs.


Contents

  • 1 On addiction and getting sober
  • 2 On the Turcottes and his mother
  • 3 On his work
  • 4 On the response to his work from addicts
  • 5 On belief in a higher power
  • 6 On the gay community
  • 7 On his new book, A Wolf at the Table, a memoir about his father
  • 8 On women’s breasts and tattoos
  • 9 On losing his hair
  • 10 Sources

Home Insurance Is A Must This Summer

Submitted by: Sofia Abasolo

As the weather improves and we feel the summer sun s warm rays approaching, there are increasing concerns about theft among homeowners and home insurance companies alike.. Two insurance companies, esure and Confused.com, are encouraging home owners to purchase home insurance in case they should be a target for thieves.

According to esure Home Insurance, people are increasingly using their gardens and sheds to store personal possessions because so many homeowners have chosen to convert traditional storage spaces such as lofts and garages. They also state that nearly 650,000 UK households have had items stolen from their gardens in the last year.

Recent research showed shocking statistics. 11% of homeowners will spend more than 500 on their gardens this year. Items will include tools, equipment, ornaments and furniture. On the other hand, it was also suggested that many are failing to make sure these possessions are safely stored away.

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Worryingly, the study found that 93% of homeowners regularly leave items unsupervised out in the garden overnight. Yhe most common item was jet washers, followed by children’s toys and garden tools. Although 14% value their shed contents at more than 1,500, of the 69% households with a shed, 9% never lock it, which could render their home insurance policy invalid.

The head of risk and underwriting, Mike Pickard, showed much concern as he stated: “Even household items are now being stored outdoors, blurring the distinction between home contents and outbuilding and garden contents. Homeowners should check the limits of their insurance policies because some are relatively low and in the event of an outdoor’ theft not everything may be covered if your shed is bulging with valuables.”

In the meantime, Confused.com is urging households to make sure they are careful not to be lax about security over the summer. The company advises people to make sure windows and doors are closed when they are not present.

Following on this note, Simon Lamble, product developer for Confused.com, said: “Leaving your back door or kitchen window open during a hot sunny afternoon might seem harmless but the moment you have left the room, you are vulnerable to opportunistic thieves who can break in with ease. Insurance companies will not pay out for this, as it is your own lack of security that is at fault.”

Mr Lamble advises homeowners to fit necessary security devices such as a visible alarm system. “If you have stated in your insurance policy that you have security measures in place, you must ensure that they are up-to-date and that they match the ones on the system. If not, then any insurance claim could be void,” he explains.

He also added that proper arrangements should be made while residents are on holiday, for example locking doors and windows and trying to hide the fact people are away. Finally, he encourages people to be as a whole vigilant about garden security.

“Make sure that you lock all tools and ladders away at night, and that your insurance covers everything which you keep in there, in case someone does force their way in,” he says, concluding with the final warning: “Once again, you won’t get a pay out if you haven’t got the right contents insurance, or if you leave anything out, so be vigilant.

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“Mrs. Hockey” Colleen Howe is laid to rest

Friday, March 13, 2009

Hundreds of mourners paid their last respects in honour of Colleen Howe yesterday at St. Hugo of the Hills Church in Michigan, United States.

According to a statement released by the Detroit Red Wings, Howe, who was a business entrepreneur and sports agent with the nickname “Mrs. Hockey”, died on Friday of Pick’s disease, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. She was 76 years old.

Howe, who was born in Sandusky, Michigan in 1933, was most famous for establishing Power Play International and Power Play Publications to manage the hockey career of her husband Gordie Howe and her sons, Marty and Mark. She established the first Junior A hockey team to the United States and Michigan’s first indoor ice hockey rink.

Howe is survived by husband Gordie Howe, sons Marty, Mark, Dr. Murray A., daughter Cathy Purnell née Howe, nine grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Red Wings owners Mike and Marian Ilitch and Red Wings coach Mike Babcock attended the funeral along with vice president Steve Yzerman, Red Wings players Kris Draper Brian Rafalskim, Pavel Datsyuk, and Henrik Zetterberg. Amid the Red Wings contingent was also captain Nicklas Lidstrom.

Retired hockey players also paid their respects, in attendance were Bill Gadsby, Johnny Wilson, Frank Mahovlich, Alex Delvecchio, and Brian Watson.

Howe’s motto was “Why not?” said her son, during the services.

Howe was diagnosed in 2002 with Pick’s disease, an incurable neurological disease that causes dementia. Red Wings general manager Ken Holland held a moment of silence before the Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets hockey game last Saturday. When a picture of Howe and Gordie lit up the scoreboard, fans responded with a standing ovation at the Friday, March 6 Vancouver Giants’ game against the Calgary Hitmen in the Pacific Coliseum.

Howe was one of the founders of the Detroit Junior Red Wings, the first Junior A hockey team in the United States. Howe served as general manager for three years with the Detroit Junior Red Wings. As an assertive and business savvy sports agent she formed Power Play International to manage Gordie, Marty and Mark’s business interests. Howe trademarked Gordie Howe’s name and nickname, “Mr. Hockey”, and her own nickname, “Mrs. Hockey”, as registered trademarks.

Howe was instrumental in the construction of the Gordie Howe Hockeyland arena, Michigan as well as the first Michigan indoor ice hockey rink. She was named Sportswoman of the Year in Detroit in 1972 followed by Michigan Sportswoman of the Year in 1973.

The Colleen J. Howe Arena, Sandusky, Michigan, was named in her honour. The Colleen & Gordie Howe Middle School, Abbotsford, British Columbia, British Columbia and the Howe Arena in Traverse City, Mich. are also named in their honour.

Howe established the 1993 Gordie Howe tribute tour in 65 cities and the Howe Foundation which supports charities. She was also the proud recipient of The Hartford Chamber of Commerce award for outstanding community achievement in 1979.

Howe and Gordie jointly received the Wayne Gretsky Award from the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 2001.

Howe wrote the book My Three Hockey Players published in 1975 which became her first venture into writing. Howe, Gordie and Charles Wikins collaborated on the book After the Applause published 1989, followed by When the Final Buzzer Sounds in 2000. A 20th Century Hockey Chronicle written by Howe and Gordie was published in 1994, And …Howe!: An Authorized Autobiography was written together by Howe, Gordie and Tom Delisle and released in 1995. The final joint venture between Howe and Gordie was You Read to Me & I’ll Read to You: 20th-Century Stories to Share which came out in print in 2001. Charities were supported by proceeds from the sales of her books.

Both Gordie and I stem from humble, rural origins. We have been fortunate to see the positive effects hockey has had on our lives, our family’s lives and the lives of millions of others.

Howe was born as Colleen Joffa, to a farming family in Sandusky, Michigan and married Gordie Howe on April 15, 1953. Together they had four children, Mark, Marty, Murray and Cathy. Together they had four children, Marty, Mark, Dr. Murray A. and Cathy Purnell née Howe. Her son, Murray diverged from the family’s footsteps, becoming a doctor, and helped treat Howe during her ordeal with Pick’s disease. Howe is survived by nine grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Howe’s most remarkable negotiation as sports agent occurred in 1973, when she brought Gordie out of retirement and arranged for Mark, Marty and Gordie to all play together on the Houston Aeros. The three had also played together for the Hartford Whalers. Gordon “Gordie” Howe, Mr. Hockey, OC is a retired professional ice hockey player from Saskatchewan, Canada who played for the Detroit Red Wings and Hartford Whalers of the National Hockey League (NHL), and the Houston Aeros and New England Whalers in the World Hockey Association.

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Self Dumping Hopper Attachment For Forklifts

By Camille Howe

Self dumping hoppers are designed to fit both standard mast and extendable reach forklifts. Each unit features a pocket base that can accommodate forks up to 10 wide and 2 thick. Easy Rack self-dumping hoppers are construction grade devices designed to withstand continual wear and tear in a fast-paced, heavy-duty construction environment. Unlike cheaper units made from thin sheet metal, our hoppers are made of and 3/16 steel place. This makes them ideal for removing broken up concrete, plaster, brick, particle board, and other debris. Cleanup crews save a great deal of time when they use self-dumping hoppers for any and all tasks related to moving trash from the building site to the dumpster. The simplicity of attaching a hopper to a forklift in a matter of minutes reduces the time it takes to clear the site by the end of the day, and it reduces the risk of injury when workers have to manually haul debris to the dumpster.

Easy Rack self-dumping hoppers are manufactured with several standard features that make them highly versatile and durable. Each unit is made with a safety lock that prevents the hopper from accidentally dumping its contents when it is jostled in route over rugged terrain. Self-dumping hoppers also have a rope release that allows the operator to discharge the units contents when it is elevated. The same rope allows a worker on the ground to empty the unit if necessary. Balance and smooth operability are maintained with a safety chain that binds the hopper to the forklift and keeps it from sliding off the forks. A grab hook keeps the chain out of the way when it is not in use.

You can have your self-dumping hopper further customized through your Easy Rack account manager. Heavy duty casters with 8 diameter polyurethane wheels with roller bearings can be added to the unit. The combination of larger wheels, bearings, and polyurethane itself makes it much easier to push the hopper over a cluttered construction site filled with debris and low-lying obstructions. To ensure maneuverability and ergonomic control of the unit, the rear wheels swivel. Casters are not welded to the unit. They are bolted to the hoppers base instead to allow for quick replacement if they become worn or damaged.

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Please be aware that adding this option will require sacrificing some of the hoppers strength. Units with casters lose approximately 4,000 pounds of weight capacity from this customization. Generally, casters are added for light-duty work and should be ordered only after confirming applicability with a professional.

Also, a self-dumping hopper can be transformed from a forklift attachment to a crane extension with a lifting hook welded to each corner of the unit. Shackles can then be added to attach slings to the hooks. Lifting hooks can support both an empty self-dumping hopper and one that is loaded to its full capacity.

Please be aware that hooks are added to these units so they can be moved from high elevations and rooftops to ground crews below. They will not allow the hopper to be discharged while suspended from the crane, and are only a tool for mobility.

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Colleges offering admission to displaced New Orleans students/OH-WY

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Due to the damage by Hurricane Katrina and subsequent flooding, a number of colleges and universities in the New Orleans metropolitan area will not be able to hold classes for the fall 2005 semester. It is estimated that 75,000 to 100,000 students have been displaced. [1]. In response, institutions across the United States and Canada are offering late registration for displaced students so that their academic progress is not unduly delayed. Some are offering free or reduced admission to displaced students. At some universities, especially state universities, this offer is limited to residents of the area.

Contents

  • 1 Overview
  • 2 Ohio
  • 3 Oklahoma
  • 4 Oregon
  • 5 Pennsylvania
  • 6 Rhode Island
  • 7 South Carolina
  • 8 South Dakota
  • 9 Tennessee
  • 10 Texas
  • 11 Utah
  • 12 Vermont
  • 13 Virginia
  • 14 Washington
  • 15 West Virginia
  • 16 Wisconsin
  • 17 Wyoming