Monthly Archives: September 2002

DOL – Master Application Some

DOL – Master Application

Some businesses should not use the electronic submit due to the complex licensing requirements. If your business will do any of the following activities, we recommend you do not submit electronically, and contact our office for information on additional forms needed:

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* Production or contracting of eggs to wholesalers or retailers
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model / smoker?

model / smoker?

I’m looking for a few interesting models for a fetish site I’m working on. You should be interesting looking, easy in front of the camera, a smoker and 18 or over to late 20’s, or at least look like it. Decent $ and some easy fun work are part of the deal.

No mention of whether the model is responsible for her own smoking materials.

Hershey Barred – How Pennsylvania

Hershey Barred – How Pennsylvania officials screwed poor kids out of $1 billion by stopping the sale of the candy-maker. By Daniel Gross

Here was an instance where all fiduciaries performed as they were supposed to. The trust sought to diversify its assets so the beneficiaries wouldn’t be too dependent on a single stock. The management and board of Hershey, acceding to the desires of a controlling shareholder, initiated and aggressively pursued a process that likely would have resulted in their losing their own jobs. The investment banker pursued and rounded up a highly attractive offer.

Russell Crow is looking like

Russell Crow is looking like a real dork.

First, he acts up in a bar and is restrained in a headlock by a woman until he calms down.

More recently, he tried to pick a fight in a bar with a couple of guys and would likely have gotten his ass kicked had his personal trainer not bailed him out. His trainer, by the way, is a woman.

I think he should just give up on the whole tough guy thing, because it obviously isn’t working for him.

HHS Seeks Science Advice to

HHS Seeks Science Advice to Match Bush Views (washingtonpost.com)

The Bush administration has begun a broad restructuring of the scientific advisory committees that guide federal policy in areas such as patients’ rights and public health, eliminating some committees that were coming to conclusions at odds with the president’s views and in other cases replacing members with handpicked choices.
Kind of reminds me of the way the soviet union acted. Wonder how they are doing these days.