Konad Nail Art Stamping Starter Kit - B Set


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Instruction Leaflet. Is common sense that konad Stamping Nail Art Starter Kit includes: 4 Image Plates giving 28 different designs (Plates M5, M8, M15, M21). 3 Special Nail Polishes (Red, White, Green). Shipping Weight: 10.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies).

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Planking? Horsemanning? Now “Ostriching“ is the new meme.  Join in and hide!

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Tennis - ‘My Better Self’

With their second album due out on Valentine’s Day, Alaina More and Patrick Riley (everyone’s favourite Denver-based, husband and wife musical duo) have released another cut from said record, Young & Old - following ‘Origins’ & non-album track ‘Deep In The Woods’.

‘My Better Self’ is geeky vintage-prom-pop a la Cape Dory, but production is sharper, somehow more intent. 

Young & Old is out February 14th via Fat Possum. 


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“Goodbye mailbox.”

If you were at the Portlandia panel today at the Paley Center, Julie Klausner brought up our shared love for the “TAT’S ALL FOLKS” ending to their recent Eddie Vedder sketch. She also quickly mentioned the ending of THIS sketch from The State. Truly one of my favorite scenes of all time. I used this as an example when I used to teach sketch writing at UCB. Basically, if you don’t like this… you’re a TERRIBLE PERSON.

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Senator Marco Rubio(R-FL) Introduces Legislation To Overturn President Obama’s Recent Birth Control Mandate

Last week, in a highly controversial executive order, President Obama made it illegal for insurance providers to refuse coverage for birth control, or to require a co-pay/deductible for birth control services. Religious and conservative groups across the country have vowed to fight the new rule in court; however, it would seem that a judicial battle is not fast enough for some members of Congress.

from The Hill:

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, S. 2043, would roll back the Department of Health and Human Service’s mandate earlier this month that requires health plans, beginning Aug. 1, to cover birth control without a co-pay or a deductible. 

Churches, synagogues and other houses of worship are exempted from the mandate, but hospitals and universities with a religious affiliation are not. They were given an extra year, until Aug. 1, 2013, to comply.

Rubio blasted the administration for ignoring people’s right to oppose birth-control coverage on religious grounds.

“The Obama administration’s obsession with forcing mandates on the American people has now reached a new low by violating the conscience rights and religious liberties of our people,” Rubio said.

Those familiar with Rubio’s politics, as well as his supporters, were not as surprised by his decision to introduce such legislation. Rubio is one of three current politicians backed by the ultra-conservative Catholic Advocate PAC.

from The Colorado Independent:

Rubio is among a small group of legislators that receives money from a Catholic group that has been opposed to the mandate for some time.

The birth control mandate, which has been championed by women’s health advocates, means that women who have health insurance will not have to pay a co-payment for their birth control. For many women, steep co-payments for birth control have become unaffordable.

One of the most vocal opponents of the decision since it was first announced, the Catholic Church, has said it will continue to fight the decision.

Read More at The Hill or The Colorado Independent

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