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#Steelers CB Trey Johnson is back for this week's Trey's Corner to preview #Steelers vs #Patriots

https://youtu.be/RRjZ_AeBH_Y

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There are several foods that contain essential nutrients which promote satiety by filling you up and curbing your appetite for longer hours. This naturally aids you in eating less and speeding up your metabolism to burn more fats, and you won’t even have to sweat it out at the gym for hours.

We’ve picked out 9 amazing foods that can help you beat obesity when added to your daily diet. Find out
 http://www.herbsmedicines.com/9-key-foods-burn-fat-increase-energy-levels/
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In April 1916, Yoo Youngkuk was born the third son to a family of wealthy landowners in Uljin, Gangwon Province (present-day North Gyeongsang Province). He attended the prestigious Seoul Second High School, but dropped out one year prior to graduation. Then in 1935, he went to Tokyo to study and practice art at Bunka Gakuin University, a school famous for its liberal atmosphere. From the beginning, he indulged his lifelong passion for abstract art, the most avant-garde art movement of the time, even in Tokyo, one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. In 1938, he received the 2nd Association of Free Artists Award, as well as membership in the association. He studied and worked directly with the most influential leaders of Japanese abstract art, such as Murai Masanari and Hasegawa Saburo.
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Paricutin (volcano) is cindear cone volcano in the Mexican state of Michoacán. The volcano is unique in the fact that its evolution from creation to extinction was witnessed, observed and studied by human beings. It appears on many versions of the Natural Wonders of the World. Parícutin is part of the Michoacán-Guanajuato volcanic field, which covers much of west central Mexico. It is part of the Ring of Fire.
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The Underground Set - Underground In Blue - 1970
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There are about two trillion galaxies approximately in our entire Universe. From colliding galaxy to interacting galaxy, here is a list of 10 most amazing galaxies in the universe.

https://rxscience.org/10-most-amazing-galaxies-in-the-universe/
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19 Worst Habits for Your Heart

You know that eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly are important habits for a healthy heart. But did you know that you could still be undermining all your efforts with some surprisingly common bad habits?

https://medmd.org/19-worst-habits-for-heart/
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Diet plays an important role in heartburn. Many foods can relax the lower esophageal sphincter, which allows food to escape into the esophagus and cause heartburn. Here are 11 foods that can cause heartburn.

https://health-zone.org/11-foods-that-can-cause-heartburn/
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#Opinion: A Magic Pony Is the Wrong Horse to Back. Trump, like Obama before him, appealed primarily to emotion. That’s a troubling political trend.
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Two Workers Die at American Research Base in #Antarctica #Breaking #News

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The 2-year-old was looking for something to eat and found a gun.
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One of the greatest natural wonders, Aurora. The auroras, also known as the Northern Lights, are naturally occurring lights that create intriguing and spectacular displays in the sky. The aurora lights frequently appear as diffused glow lighting up the horizon. The most amazing sight is when the northern lights appears as waves across the sky; it is almost as if the lights are dancing.
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Lightning is an electrical discharge caused by imbalances between storm clouds and the ground, or within the clouds themselves. We take a look at ten interesting facts that you might not know about lightning.

https://rxscience.org/13-striking-facts-about-lightning/
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How Fast Is Earth Moving?

Earth moves at a fantastic rate of speed on its axis, around the sun and across the universe.

https://thetechinside.com/how-fast-is-earth-moving/
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Monte Fitz Roy is a mountain located near El Chaltén village, in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in Patagonia, on the border between Argentina and Chile. First climbed in 1952 by French alpinists Lionel Terray and Guido Magnone, it remains among the most technically challenging mountains for mountaineers, on Earth. Monte Fitz Roy is the basis for the Patagonia clothing logo following Yvon Chouinard's ascent and subsequent film in 1968.
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It was not all that long ago that #Europe appeared to be the part of the world most closely resembling the end-of-history idyll depicted by Francis Fukuyama at the end of the Cold War. Democracy, prosperity, and peace all seemed firmly entrenched.

Not anymore. Parts of Paris are literally burning. The #UnitedKingdom is consumed and divided by #Brexit. Italy is led by an unwieldy left-right coalition that is resisting #EU budget rules. #Germany is contending with a political realignment and in the early phases of a transition to a new leader. #Hungary and #Poland have embraced the illiberalism seen across much of the world. #Spain is confronting Catalan nationalism. And #Russia is committing new acts of aggression against #Ukraine.


#GlobalEconomy #EconomicOutlook #EconomicPolicy #EuropeanEconomy #EconomicReform #EuropeanUnion #Eurozone #Politics #EconomicGrowth
Europe in Disarray
https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/growing-threats-to-europe-democracy-security-by-richard-n--haass-2018-12
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Boxing Highlights 30 ... "Worse Boxers Ever" ... 8 out of 10 ...
Note To be fair these were all amateur ranks, but funny just the same

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Washington D.C., Dec 13, 2018 / 07:00 pm (CNA).- An agriculture bill supported by a coalition of Catholic groups passed the House of Representatives on Wednesday with bipartisan support. During debate over the bill, lawmakers also passed a controversial rule regarding debate on US involvement in Yemen. The bill now moves to President Donald Trump, who is expected to sign it. The “farm bill” concerns agricultural programs and food assistance. It is renewed each year, and this process can sometimes be quite lengthy due to additions and amendments added to the bill by members of Congress. The version of the farm bill passed Dec. 12 was a compromise that eliminated some of the more controversial aspects of an earlier version of the bill. Those controversial provisions included expanded work requirements for people who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) funds. That bill passed the House of Representatives in June, but only had the support of Republican members. SNAP is used by approximately 38 million Americans each year to purchase food items. Currently, able-bodied SNAP recipients who are between the ages of 18 and 49 who do not have dependents under the age of six, must work or volunteer for 20 hours a week or participate in a job-training program in order to receive benefits. The proposed bill would have upped the upper age limit of this requirement to 59, but that provision was dropped in the compromise bill. In a controversial procedural move, a mostly party-line passing vote on rules for floor debate of the farm bill also included a provision that would block legislators from forcing a vote on military aid to Saudi Arabia's intervention in the Yemeni civil war. This effectively limits the Senate's Dec. 13 vote to withdraw military aid from Saudi Arabia to a symbolic gesture. This amended bill passed by a vote of 369-47 in the House of Representatives, and 87-13 in the Senate. The Senate passed the bill Dec. 11. The bill was praised by a coalition of Catholic organizations. “Agriculture policies should promote the production and access of nutritious food for all people, using the bounty from the land God has called us to tend and steward to aid the least of our brothers and sister in this country and around the world,” read a Dec. 12 letter to the House of Representatives signed by several Catholic organizations, including the USCCB, Catholic Relief Services, and Catholic Charities USA. “We are pleased that the recently released Farm Bill Conference Committee Report includes provisions that protect global and domestic nutrition programs and strengthens rural supports and employment training programs,” they added.   The letter also stated support for the inclusion of two programs that contribute to rural development, as well as the bill’s changes to international food security programs. These changes will make the programs “more effective and allow them to serve more people.” The Catholic coalition expressed disappointment with other parts of the bill, including subsidies to farmers and ranchers and a decrease in funding to conservation programs. Each year, one of the hotly-debated points of the farm bill concerns subsidies that are distributed to farmers, and critics of this say the money does not always go to farmers who are in need of assistance. The farm subsidies should be “prioritized” for struggling farmers, says the letter. “It is disappointing that the Conference report does not take modest steps to limit subsidy payments to farmers who are actively engaged in farming.”    
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