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CBD stands for “cannabidiol” (pronounced canna-bid-dye-all). CBD is the second most prominent phytocannabinoid compound found in the cannabis plant. CBD from hemp differs from the phytocannabinoid found in THC from marijuana. CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol, which is a Everything natural from the cannabis plant that has been shown to help regulate your endocrine system (ECS). Your ECS regulates […]

Dating a lawyer: 10 pros and 10 cons

If you like smart, hard-working people, you’ll love dating lawyers. Completing a law degree and obtaining a license to practice law is a great achievement, one that only conscientious and intelligent people are capable of achieving. In addition, legal professionals are good communicators, as their jobs require highly honed argument and conversation skills. Such specialists must also be trustworthy and […]

Dilafroze Qazi – A woman of courage and conviction

“My greatest achievement has been getting people to embrace, as well as seeking education. I don’t believe in giving alms. Giving education is the best weapon to combat any evil.” Dilafroze Qazi (born 1962) is the founder and Vice President of the Faculty of Engineering, Technology and Management at the Srinagar School of Management (SSM) in Jammu and Kashmir, India. […]

Curing prison overcrowding with corporal punishment

Overcrowding in prisons and jails causes numerous problems. Overcrowding is emblematic of an extremely expensive network of prisons and jails operated by our city, county, state, and federal governments. Overcrowding caused us to build more and more prisons and jails…and then a large number of prisoners were found to occupy the new facilities, which eventually filled up as well. As […]

RemoveWAT or Chew-WGA “Skip activate” Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 forever

According to the Genuine Windows blog, the Windows Activation Technologies Update for Windows 7, this update will detect more than 70 known and potentially dangerous activation vulnerabilities or cracks. Activation exploits are sometimes called “hacks” and attempt to bypass or compromise Windows activation technologies. The blog post explains in more detail how the KB971033 update will work: Once installed, the […]

The power of gratitude (saying thanks)

I have come to realize that we live in a culture of rights for the most part. Niceties and manners are not as common as when I was a child. Even when he shows manners, people who operate with the right tend to look at him strangely. Manners and gratitude have never gone out of style. Even God has a […]

What Causes Disability Discrimination?

Disability Discrimination What causes disability discrimination? Whether you’re a disabled person or a caretaker, the answer to the question is not always clear. Research shows that nearly one in three people view disabled people as less productive. In fact, in 2000, 37 percent of disabled people and 34 percent of non-disabled individuals felt some type of prejudice towards someone with […]

Three Strange Florida Criminal Law Stories

As a fan and writer on criminal law, this author often reports strange criminal law stories from the state of Florida. These are some of my favorite vintage stories that I would like to share with the wider world. Orange County. Florida – Veterans Day weekend 2010, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department became a national laughingstock when it was reported […]

The ethnic MVNO, the next telecom tiger?

Telephoning home while traveling abroad has always been expensive, to some extent in the past the costs involved in carrying international telecommunications traffic between countries have been justifiably higher than those involved in carrying a local call. However, as all frequent travelers know very well, careful preparation can easily reduce the cost of international calls by a factor of 10 […]

The ISEE – What to expect at the ISEE

The Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE) is created by the Educational Records Bureau (ERB). It is used as a component in the admission process of many private schools. There are three levels of the test. The Lower Tier is for students entering fifth or sixth grade; the Middle Level is for students entering seventh or eighth grade; finally, the upper […]