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How to Pass Urine Test?

In many cases, a drug test may come at a very unexpected time. Whether it’s for court or work purposes, drug testing can be a scary thought. Many individuals are looking for information on how to pass urine test so that they can continue to have a good life and avoid a future with consequences. For more information on how to possibly pass a test, take a look below.

How to Pass Urine Test

Many people are wondering, is it possible to pass a drug test even if you have consumed drugs? Some people have had success with tricking the test. If you take a look online, there are many searches each day based on individuals looking to pass a drug test with home remedies or other easy treatments. If you look, you will find a number of blogs and websites discussing personal stories and tips and information on the subject. This is because there are many people who use drugs regularly, but don’t want to fail a drug test.

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Effect of psychoactive drugs on Spiders

In 1948, German pharmocologist P. N. Witt started his research on the effect of drugs on spiders. The initial motivation for the study was a request from his colleague, zoologist H. M. Peters, to shift the time when garden spiders build their webs from 2am-5am, which apparently annoyed Peters, to earlier hours.

Effect of psychoactive drugs on spiders

Witt tested spiders with a range of psychoactive drugs, including amphetamine (alpha-methylphenethylamine), mescaline (3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine), strychnine (C21H22N2O2), LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide) and caffeine, and found that the drugs affect the size and shape of the web rather than the time when it is built. At small doses of caffeine (10 µg/spider), the webs were smaller; the radii were uneven, but the regularity of the circles was unaffected. At higher doses (100 µg/spider), the shape changed more, and the web design became irregular. All the drugs tested reduced web regularity except for small doses (0.1-0.3 µg) of LSD , which resulted in more ordered webs.

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First Aid for Burns and Scalds

If you burn yourself or scald yourself, you may be both terrified and in pain. These types of medical issues can be very scary. If you choose not ignore them or not get proper treatment, you can have lasting medical issues. Luckily, there are some tips that you can follow to make sure that you’re taking care of yourself. Take a look at the following information, to learn more about how to properly care for a burn or scald.

Burns and scalds can happen almost instantly. It’s important to provide emergency care right away. You need to run your burn or scald under cold water as soon as possible. This will help to stop the burning process and can also comfort your pain. Don’t simply dip the burn under cold water. Instead, hold it under the cold water for a few minutes. This will allow you to have the best results possible. You may also take over the counter pain products to help with pain that you may feel.

You will care for your burn or scald based on how badly you’re hurt. There are different degrees of burning. If it’s a minor burn, you can quickly provide care. All you need to do is clean out the burn and apply burn cream. You should also cover the area with a band aid and re-apply cream and band aids on a regular basis.

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First Aid Tips for Burns – Simple Tips to Help Burn Victims

Burns can be a difficult injury to treat if one isn’t aware of some basic first aid tips for burns. A person can be burned by chemicals, heat, fire, electricity, radiation, sunlight or hot water. Burns can cause damage to the tissues of the skin and they can also cause other problems such as the airways and lungs can be damaged as well.

It is important that burns are treated promptly, but the first thing one needs to do upon dealing with a burn victim is to ascertain what kind of burn the victim has.

Burns come in three different degrees, knowing which degree of burn a person has can be essential in determining what first aid tips for burns will needed to be used. The least sever of burns is a first degree burn. This burn may also be referred to as a superficial burn as it only has an effect on the epidermis or outer layer of skin. A burn of this nature will be painful with a moistening and reddening surface. It generally will not have blistering or charred tissue.

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Hot Men 2010: The Hottest Conservative Men

Priorities people! Today is the day when we focus, laser-like, on the hottest conservative men for 2010. Unlike last year, the judges this year are out and proud and gorgeous in their own right. Wow, what fabulous, beautiful, accomplished and smart women. I was chief judge and jury, so any gray areas were mine to figure out. If you’re mad, get mad at me. These ladies were helpful and hilarious and took their job very seriously. Here they are (in first name order because some ladies don’t have their last names online):

  • Alexa Shrugged, 26 Blogger: Alexashrugged
  • Ann Coulter, 49 Writer
  • Erika (PsstErika), 35
  • Elizabeth Blackney, 37 Blogger, Podcaster: Media Lizzy
  • Jackie Seal, 18, Blogger Red, White & Conservative
  • Lisa De Pasquale, 32 Blogger, Writer
  • Lori Ziganto aka SnarkandBoobs, 39, Blogger: Redstate, Newsreal, Snark and Boobs
  • Sister Toldjah, 39 Blogger: Sister Toldjah
  • Tabitha Hale, 26 Freedom Works, Blogger: Tabitha Hale, Redstate
    Special thanks to Tab for staying up, tallying and getting links. Couldn’t have done it without her.
  • And me, Melissa Clouthier aka MelissaTweets, 41, Blogger, Podcaster LibertyPundits,, Washington Examiner

Now, to get to it. What were the criterion? Hot, hot and more hot. I can tell you that the women did vote based on whether they liked someone or not. They couldn’t help it. Hot + Jerk = Lower score. But they all liked/disliked different folks, so there you go.

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U.S. Marine Fighter Pilot Chats with Iranian Air Defense Radar

In addition to communicating with the local Air Traffic Control facility, all aircraft in the Persian Gulf AOR are required to give the Iranian Military Air Defense Radar a ten minute “heads up” if they will be transiting Iranian airspace.

USMC FA-18 Hornet

This conversation was recorded on the VHF Guard (emergency) frequency 121.5 MHz, while flying from Europe to Dubai…

Air Defense Radar: ‘Unknown aircraft at (location unknown), you are in Iranian airspace. Identify yourself.’

Fighter Pilot: ‘This is a United States aircraft. I am not in Iranian airspace, I am in Iraqi airspace.’

Air Defense Radar: ‘You are in Iranian airspace. If you do not depart our airspace we will launch interceptor aircraft!’

Fighter Pilot: ‘This is a United States Marine Corps FA-18 fighter. Send ‘em up, I’ll wait!’

Air Defense Radar: (no response …. total silence)

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