US Supports ‘Palcohol’ – The Powdered Intoxicant Is On The Way


American tipplers could discover themselves mixing their favored refreshment rather than pouring it, as the powdered intoxicant brand name ‘Palcohol’ is presently and entirely supported by the US government.


The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau this week endorsed seven versions of Palcohol, including Margarita and Cosmopolitan flavours, which will be available in autumn of this year.


The company’s website, which has been altered following endorsement from the TTB, pitched the merchandise as an answer to the ever-escalating price of liquid alcohol.

What could be worse than going to a concert or sporting event etc, and having to pay up to $20 for a mixed beverage with tax and tip, but taking Palcohol into the venue, you can savor a mixed beverage for a portion of the price.

You can as well add Palcohol to your diet by sprinkling Palcohol on very nearly any dish and give it an additional kick. Some of the preferences are the kamikaze in guacamole. Rum on a BBQ sandwich, Cosmo on a salad and Vodka on eggs in the morning to get your day underway.

Why don’t we just experiment a little farther, and start snorting it up our nostrils, because there is nothing like an extra buzz in the morning to set one off to work with.


It will be every parents nightmare, and it will be the next infliction on society because a parent would never even know that it was being added to the food without their awareness. You can just sprinkle it on your breakfast cereal while the unsuspecting parent is not looking. Now pupils will be intoxicated and undisciplined in school, not that they are not already, so this is just adding insult to injury.



Atos Judges Dying Scientist Fit To Earn A Living


A dying scientist was judged fit to hold a position by despised Atos assessors in spite of having a severe heart condition and brain tumour.

Robert Barlow, 47, was disrobed of his benefits even though doctors at the time were compelling him to have a heart transplant to lengthen his waning life.

The university graduate gave up his role as a government scientist nine years ago when diagnosed with severe cardiomyopathy, a failure of the heart muscle.

By the end the classically practiced pianist could not walk, and strived to read due to poor vision and frequently fell over, cracking his teeth on one occurrence.

Doctors in the end gave Mr Barlow a year and a half to live and advised a heart transplant as he depleted his concluding months in and out of hospital.

However, Atos declined his mortal infirmities, axed his critical state payments and ordered him back to work.


How on earth did ATOS presume that this man could earn a living, he was not competent of holding down a position because he could not even function sufficiently, and how he in fact had satisfied ATOS into thinking that he was fit enough is another one of interest. This money that he was being deprived of was just so that he had enough sustenance to make his life a little better prior to his demise, no one was requesting ATOS to make him a multimillionaire, it was just to make his life a little more satisfactory, free from hardship and deprivation.

No one would have enjoyed working more than he, but he really couldn’t, and he declined the heart transplant because he had no responsibilities and reasoned it would be better if there was a heart for it to go to somebody else.

Beethoven lover Mr Barlow was given an Atos fitness to work examination in January 2012 and his Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) was terminated three months later. He as well lost the exemption to NHS prescripts, which would have meant that he would have sustained suffering severely because he would have qualified to pain relief on the NHS, which is something that people that are dying rely on so that they do not experience pain.

This man was dying and he accepted that, but he should have been left to enjoy what little time he had left, and not left to suffer like some beast of burden.

Mr Barlow at first disputed the conclusion to terminate his benefits, but the appeal was terminated because, he was too unwell to contend the case. Therefore, Robert had very little money on benefits and nothing at all when his money was terminated.

Robert was a practiced classical pianist, he could cook and he had a lovely sense of humour. He adored cricket and was extremely well-informed about a number of matters.

He enjoyed Beethoven and had a wide accumulation of records, but he got so ill that by the end he couldn’t execute the piano anymore.

He had a bad left eye therefore reading became hard.

This fitness to work testing should be terminated so that other people do not go through the identical ordeal.

Mr Barlow, from Wavertree, Liverpool, died in November after never recovering consciousness following a fall at home, only seven months after his mother passed away.

It’s not enough to change the provider. The whole method has to be discarded. Admittedly there are scroungers out there, we know this to be true, but there are fewer scroungers than there are actually ill people that require help.

The difficulty is that people who earn a living and paying taxes are too hotheaded and too impetuous to adjudicate what they do not know because while these people are doing a day’s work, and healthful and do not have to fret about their physical or mental state, it is extremely indulgent to sit in judgment in the case of those that cannot do a day’s work, and are exceedingly unwell, and would cherish nothing more than to be able to go to work, not just to compensate their taxes, but for their own self respect.

Robert was somebody who lost his life at a time when his ESA was discontinued because he was too unwell to contest the judgment and passed away while he had no access to benefits.


Nevertheless, according to the Department for Work and Pensions who stated that they conformed with the appropriate course of action in the processing of this man’s benefit claim. Which is totally ludicrous, unless they considered that this man was going to make an extraordinary recuperation, or was it simply because he declined to have a heart transplant, and they thought that he had brought this upon himself, so why should they pay him any money.


They as well stated that people have the right to appeal a judgment, but if the appeal is revoked that they cannot continue with processing the claim, but in fact this man should not have had to appeal in the first place because what part of I’m dying did they not understand? You would have to be a total mentally retarded person to not comprehend the concept of death…













The Oasis Hotel


There is a place named “The Oasis Hotel”, and if you go onto their website, the hotel is depicted as “an oasis of tranquility”, and they make it appear so good, where you can make your holiday or business excursion less stressful, with its perfect base to discover the Lakeside and Bluewater shopping centres, whilst all the allurement of London can be reached swiftly.

It is with exceptional pride and heartfelt delight that at The Oasis Hotel they present The Old Cathay Restaurant, which serves a diversity of styles, including genuine Peking, Szechuan, Singapore and Malaysian styles.

Or you can take pleasure in the exotic flavor of Indian style of cooking, where you can unwind and appreciate the magnificent taste of all the delicacies of Indian spices.


It gives the impression of being idyllic and picturesque, but shocking hygiene standards have been disclosed at this dirty hotel used by Basildon Council to home desolate people from the borough, and the council will presently be reviewing its use of the Oasis Hotel, in Harlow, in light of our findings.

It has made use of it as emergency temporary housing since May 2012, in spite of criticisms from tenants and terrible critiques on the travel review website TripAdvisor, where it rated bottom out of nine hotels in the town.

David P, from Preston, Lancashire, stayed there in June 2012 and posted: “The worst hotel on the planet. Disgusting.

Bed sheeting stained, and Carpet dirtied.

Stay away from this hotel…


After being alerted to concerns by paying guests, an Echo undercover journalist pretended to be a guest to stay in a £50 double room.

He took pictures of a list of dirty and grim conditions inside the hotel, which is promoted as a three star venue and used by certain councils.

The verdicts included: Food, including dehydrated pasta and what was disclosed to be prehistoric cereal in and on top of a wardrobe and on the floor. All three mattresses in the room were caked in heavy dried fluid marks, two with a red material. There was a trickle of cold water coming from the hot tap in the shower room. Walls, skirting boards and a ceiling fixture crusted in grime, dirt and cobwebs.

There was plaster that was falling apart, and a soap dish in a shower which had gone green. Bedlinen that did not smell washed and had specs, particles and hairs on it, and there was used lavatory paper and soil on the toilet.

Of course, beggars can’t be choosers, however, if a council is putting you up, you presume it to be basic, and at least spotless, particularly if they are putting young children in.

The rooms are unclean and smell damp. The beds were so knackered, and people are getting enshrouded in bites from what can only have been bed bugs.

Evidence was handed to Basildon Council, which pays £59 a night for a double, more than the usual which guests pay, and as well Harlow Council which is accountable for monitoring its standards.

The photographs that were shown is what would be deemed to be an an unacceptable standard to send somebody who has made a homeless application and the images were very concerning. Housing officers were instructed to visit the Oasis without delay with somebody from the environmental health team to reinspect and determine whether it was fitting or not for continued use.

Interim accommodation is used as a last stopgap, and apparently the council at all times inspects hotels prior to using them and makes unannounced visits each year, which was March 2013 to The Oasis Hotel.

It appears that the environmental health team was satisfied at the time by the accommodation, but did have a few concerns about the standard of a few of the other rooms being used by other authorities, and brought this up with Harlow Council’s environmental health team.

Harlow Council, however, deemed them to be adequate from an environmental health aspect, and the concerns were not enough to stop the hotel from being utilized.

There has also been a small amount of grievances about secondary improvements and repairs.

But apparently, the council does not have a particular function in securing the quality of hotel accommodation, but apparently the councils do work with local hotels on food safety and health and safety matters, and they take all applicable reproaches seriously.

The councils have said that, not one of the matters drawn to their attention here would result on their own in a formal action under the law, but when they had raised points about cleanliness and secondary repairs to rooms in the past these have at all times been dealt with, and that they would expect that to remain the case.

Nevertheless, that has not remained the same at all. There have been quite a few grievances by people existing at The Oasis Hotel on a number of occasions, unfortunately these people do not want their names to be mentioned because they consider that it would jeopardise their situations later on, and would not be homed by the councils that they are under.

The outlook is cheerless for the people that exist at The Oasis Hotel. That is being used as accommodation for the homeless. You would imagine that nearly all people on the streets would be begging to be housed at this hotel, but when I talked to some of these people, they stated they would sooner be out on the streets because it was cleaner than at The Oasis Hotel, where there was no running hot water, that there was Salmonella in the shower heads and up the walls of the bathroom. As well as, lights that went on and off at any time of the day and night, and the bites they were getting from bugs from the bedding and linen, so it seems that nothing has altered since March of last year, but that the councils would like the common people to think otherwise.

People who have stayed at this ‘hotel’ stated that it was a total humiliation, and that on their first arrival, they were greeted by the show of two police officers departing the hotel whilst taking off latex gloves. That there was also a collection of strange and suspicious looking characters ambling about. Also, when entering the room, there was the odor of dank and musty air.

Somebody else said, it was just a dirty, and repulsive place to visit. That they had never felt so unsafe.

The police were there a number of evenings, breaking up feuds or getting rid of the drug users. The room was unclean and astonishingly dated. That they didn’t even attempt any of their food after seeing the food hygiene rating of 0. The sheets were dirty. Windows did not lock, which is not great when you have children with you.

How this place is still open to trade, well, it disgusting that the council is funding this place to stay open by sending the homeless there. No one should have to stay there, even if they have nowhere else to go. My heart goes out to anybody who has the back luck of having to stay here!







Mum Imprisoned For Child Negligence Following Gravely Sick Son, 4, Was Discovered Existing In Dwelling Of Total Uncleanness, Packed With Twenty Uncaged Ferrets And Fourteen Dogs

A parent has been locked up for child neglectfulness following her 4 year old son was found sick, and shocking squalor in a home stuffed with 20 ferrets running loose and 14 dogs.

The youngster was taken to the high dependency unit at a Lancashire hospital, where he was only capable of taking food through a gastric tube.

He’d been living in entire uncleanness, a court heard, with litter, rotten food and animal excretions on the floor. There were as well two deceased birds in cages.

A policeman chanced upon the youngster who cannot be named for legal reasons at the dwelling in east Lancashire, when he called upon to look into a lost dog.

The boy’s 21 year old parent was sentenced to two years in prison at Preston Crown Court, Lancashire, for neglecting her offspring.

PC Lloyd Jones who discovered the youngster stated that the conditions he faced were the worst he had ever seen in his life.


PC Jones discovered the boy on a mattress.

He was so unwell he required a feeding tube in his stomach and had a severe bacterial infection in an open wound on his body.

Negligence was over an epoch of two months and looks to have started when the mother traveled from one dwelling to another.

Now the boy is only capable of taking food through a gastric tube.

The parent lived alone with him and an extremely extensive amount of animals, but when the police officers convened at the house about a missing dog, they came across a display of complete squalor. The home was squalid with waste, foodstuffs and animal wastes all over.

The photos are repulsive, and one can only wonder how a person can let a home get into that state.

An accomplished police officer characterized the conditions as the worst he had ever seen in his life.

Evidently the mother had been suffering from depression, and the situation in which she found herself was increasing and worsening as time went on and of course, in addition as well had a child who demanded more supervision than maybe some other children may have done.

The mother admits that she declined to care for her son in the way she ought to have done, and she has presented actual self-reproach and she has picked herself up by the bootstraps and has made attempts to move forward. She is also well informed that she might be given a custodial sentence and has written a letter to her son to be read to him if this is the case.

There will be no reoccur of this conduct, but that does not indicate she is not a young woman who plainly demands assistance and to analyze what went wrong during the last part of last year.

But Judge Russell explained to the accused, who had pleaded guilty to a charge of child neglect at an earlier hearing: ‘Although it has been argued that there was a lack of support available to you, I do not accept that argument because you had previously had support and knew it was available.

‘I do accept that you have had a difficult history. I also accept that you now acknowledge that your care was inadequate.

‘Such mitigation cannot extinguish the fact that this was very serious neglect. ’

Cases like this which entangle the ill-treatment of young kids are at all times exceedingly hard to deal with, but the sentence was welcomed, as this was an especially shocking incident of child negligence involving a defenseless 4 year old boy who was living in absolutely revolting conditions, and the home was in a totally unlivable state for anyone at all, let alone a tiny child, and thankfully he is presently being looked after properly.






Seriously Starved Dog Is Worst Neglect Incident Seen By Vet


These disturbing and deplorable RSPCA pictures display Fly who was underfed to a skeletal frame by her keeper.


The level of disregard was so severe in fact that a vet with 30 years of experience stated he had never seen a dog as emaciated either DEAD or ALIVE.

Tragically, Fly’s poor health and conditions signified she had to be humanely put to rest to stop her pain.

But presently her keeper David Lowe is facing a possible prohibition from taking care of animals as pets.

This incident comes just days after Katy Gammon emerged in court charged with leaving her pet boxer to die in her kitchen.


The 27-year-old lawyer from Bristol faces the likelihood of prison for the needless demise of a five year old dog Roxy, who was left free from nourishment or drinking water when she moved out.

Bolton occupant Lowe, 33, of Trentham Street in Farnworth, was subpoenaed to put in an appearance before the town’s magistrates’ court on February 24 but declined to attend.


The proceedings against him went ahead in any event and it was substantiated in his nonattendance that he caused fly needless distress by failing to seek veterinary attention.


A sentencing hearing at Bolton magistrates court was postponed yesterday for pre-sentence reports to be drawn up.


Tony Stock, prosecuting, stated: “This dog had suffered unnecessarily due to total neglect.”

Mr Stock stated RSPCA inspector Vicki McDonald called at Lowe’s flat after a tip-off from a member of the community on October 20 last year.

Fly, who was supposed to be 15 years old, was discovered lying in a bed in the kitchen.

Inspector McDonald was instantly disturbed by the level of boniness. She cautioned the defendant, and he verified that he owned the dog.

He said that up till a couple of weeks ago his former partner had been accountable for the dog as well as him.

The court heard she had given him money to have the dog put down, but Lowe didn’t.

Vet Angus McKenzie stated Fly was the most seriously starved dog he had seen either dead or alive in more than 30 years.

The court heard she was dehydrated and judged as naught in a body condition scale, with a grade of one being identified as emaciated.

She was as well more than half the weight she should have been and was experiencing a dental malady, a heart murmur and diabetes.

Fly was without delay signed over to RSPCA supervision, but Mr Stock stated that because of her intensifying conditions, the only compassionate direction was to put her to sleep.


The saddening thing about the incident is that separately, the conditions were all treatable and controllable had veterinary guidance been endeavored at an earlier stage and acted upon.

The court heard Lowe has been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and was earlier desolate. The dog, the court heard, was brought back to him in a pitiful state.

However, no 15 year old dog should look like that. Separately, each of her conditions could have been treated but because they were collectively, it was compassionate to put her to sleep.

Every time some person comes across a slim dog in his/her post you’d imagine it is the thinnest you have seen, but she was the most starved dog, and the most emaciated. It is hard to think that she was still even alive, and that is not acceptable. It is deplorable.

Lowe will be pronounced with a judgment on April 16.

There is no guiltlessness in this action of abandonment, and to abandon a living thing and leave it for dead. Once upon a time this dog was a spirited creature, full of vitality for its keeper, but its situation ended up being one that cannot be characterized into words because it is only something one would hear about in folk tale, and in a world of amusement.

It appears that the world is a cruel place, whether human or animal, for we are all creatures of this world, living like the beasts that we are. We have not evolved and developed into a better creation, but have learnt to amuse ourselves with the games, a distraction that some of us clearly call leisurely pursuits, and one that we happily call a pastime.

Is this a hobby that we suddenly have, depriving food to needy helpless creatures till they are no longer viable? Is this what we presently call pleasure? How does this, or would this stimulate our senses?

As human beings we should be conscious of the difference separating right and wrong, for it is not just improper and unlawful to do such a thing to an animal, but some people will slaughter an animal because portions of their cadaver are valuable, and people will pay suitable money to wear or beautify themselves for gems that have been taken from that animal.

It’s a discouraging situation however you see it. If a creature kills another animal because it is simply feeding time, then that of course is how it should be, continuation of the well-contrived. Even though, one might state that human beings don’t kill each other for food, nevertheless, human beings do murder one another, even though not all humans practice this.

Survival of the fittest is how it has always been, to slay for sustenance to sustain, but when we slaughter for enjoyment then that is not endurance, that is annihilation of those that sustained so that they can be fodder for those that take delight in taking what is not theirs, and that is another life, whether that be animal or man.


A man, woman, or child of the classes Homo sapiens, which is recognized from other creatures by higher cerebral growth, skill of lucid speech, and standing posture, is known as a Human Being, and by being known as that makes us more bright, but if we do not have the capacity to know that to deprive of food to a lower creature, and to cause its death, or killing for enjoyment is not right, then how are we the more astute?



Evoluation had it all wrong. We should never have come out of the tree’s…




Street Light Switch Off And Health And Safety Laws


In my neighbourhood, the council depleted nearly £ 4.6 million on electricity for street lighting per year. Switching to part night lighting will evidently reclaim roughly £1 million per year and in addition decrease the carbon discharges by over 8,000 tonnes per year. This will as well add to decreased light pollution.

Part night lighting has been in force in Maldon and Uttlesford since early 2007, where street lights are switched off between 12 midnight and 5am, with a few exceptions such as town centres, key road junctions and accident assemblage sites, and apparently this has not resulted in an expansion in listed crime or road crashes in the two districts. Certain areas meeting the exclusion criteria will continue to be illuminated through the night, such as sites where there are a lot of conflicting traffic movements, such as roundabouts, which are on vital roads, usually those illuminated by pillars bigger than 6m high.

Localities where street lights are set up as a consequence of accident remedial measures, and Town Centre areas where there is one or more of the following features, such as, publicly maintained CCTV, a high proportion of high security premises, such as banks, or jewellers, areas of high crime risk, a high assembly of people at night such as transport intersections, or nightclubs etc, central approaches to town centre areas where there is a blend of development separating residential and commercial/industrial, but not solely home-owning, sections where the police can show that there is probably an expansion in crime if the lights are turned off during part of the night, or that there will be an abatement in crime if the lights are turned back on, where there is a legal demand to provide lighting, and lighting for road signs, traffic bollards etc., will not be affected.

There are a lot of advantages to street lighting. It can be put to use to help protection in town neighborhoods and to lengthen the quality of life by artificially extending the hours in which it is light so that activity can take place.

Street lighting as well improves safekeeping for motorists, cyclists, and the foot-traveller. Driving outside of daytime hours is increasingly hazardous, just a quarter of all excursions by car drivers is inside the hours of 7pm and 8am, nevertheless, this period record for 40% of fatal and grave traumas to the same group.

Foot-travellers and unprotected road users suffer from diminished range of vision in the dark too. For this reason, ways of reducing the danger to all road users during the hours of dark must be attained.

A recent study by the Department for Transport found that road safety was observed as an essential advantage for street lighting improvement. In the investigation, 73% of respondents concurred that better street lighting would enhance the safety of children, and 63.8% agreed that enhanced street lighting would lead to fewer mishaps on the roads.


As well as the public understanding that better lighting enhances safety, investigation that collates the nature of road lighting to accident reduction, discovered that it enhances safety. The most extensive investigation of street lighting to date was conducted by the Cochrane Collaboration which performed a well-organized revision of the literature and discovered 17 studies on the introduction of street lighting.

The author’s judgment of investigating the studies was street lighting can avert road traffic accidents, traumas and casualties. Nevertheless, additional well designed investigations are needed in order to ascertain the effectiveness of street lighting in the middle and low-income countries.

The presence of lighting not just decreases the danger of traffic accidents, but in addition their severity. Studies have displayed that the citizens are in support of street lighting as a way of showing improvement on road safety and that, if anything, it is required to be improved in a few areas.

There are financial and environmental intentions why some organisations may want to reduce the volume of lighting. Nevertheless there are safety reasons why lighting has to be accessible.

In a few areas, a decrease in lighting quality may not increase the danger of an accident. Yet, there is a danger that an unconsidered removal or reduction in quality could in fact increase accidents and their severity.

Consequently, when contemplating removal or dimming of lights, location based traffic and accident proof should be evaluated. Accident rates should be respected to warrant that sacrificing the condition of lighting does not excessively extend the risk.

Increases in risk may eventually lead to lives being dropped. In some locations, a reduction in lighting quality may not increase the risk of an accident.

However, there is a risk that an unconsidered removal or reduction in quality could actually increase accidents and their severity. Therefore, when considering removal or dimming of lights, location based traffic and accident evidence should be assessed.

Accident rates should be controlled to ensure that sacrificing the quality of lighting does not unduly increase the risk. Increases in risk may ultimately lead to lives being dropped.

Nevertheless, there is no constitutional demand for councils in the United Kingdom to furnish civic lighting. The constitution says that the Highways Act permits councils to illuminate roadways but does not dispose an obligation on them to do so.

The council has an obligation of supervision to road users and has a commitment to light obstacles on the highway. The council has an obligation under the Highways Act to guarantee the safety of the highway, and this includes any lighting material located on the highway.

The Electricity at Work Regulations imposes a duty on owners and operatives of electrical equipment to guarantee its safety. One of the aims of the part-night lighting is to decrease the long term perils of energy price increments and economic penalties from carbon burning.

To reach this end, the number of lights that can safely be part night lit needs to be increased. Each road will be evaluated against the criteria using the information provided by the road safety team and community safety team prior to any lights being turned off.

Street lights at primary roundabouts and junctions, at pedestrian crossings, traffic lights, speed bumps or chicanes which are required to ensure road safety will not be turned off. It’s as well important to bear in mind that only a tiny number of lights, one per cent of the total number of lights in the county will be turned off permanently.


The vast majority of lights will only be turned off from about midnight, when nearly all drivers are not on the road, to about 5.30am, before the morning rush starts, and if a street light is turned off on the highway it will still need to be regularly examined to guarantee its structural safety, and electrical safety if the service cable is retained in the lighting pillar.

A number of people have inquired as to for what cause? Lights cannot be dimmed, and evidently it would be too costly for the lights to be dimmed at night, and not all lights can be dimmed, and that they can only get an adequate savings and return on their investment from the most powerful lights, and they are dimming those on new or refurbished installations. They will not be dimming less powerful lights because the dimmer units might require replacing prior to being compensated for themselves in terms of decreased electricity expenses.

Lights in home-owning areas where cars are liable to be parked on the road during the night are simply being turned off between midnight and 5:30am when traffic flows are likely to be exceedingly low. Vehicle speeds are as well likely to be minimal as these areas have a 30 mph speed limit and speeds are as well reduced by speed bumps, the confinement of the road and the presence of parked cars.

In view of the extremely low traffic volumes and low speed of transportation, the hazards of accidents are looked upon as minute. Nevertheless, if you are parking your vehicle during the night on the road, you do have an accountability to park in a way to assure other road users can see your vehicle.

It does not specify however the use of emergency services on the roads late at night in unlighted areas, and how harmful it can be for the emergency services, and to the masses who are in need of medical attention in the middle of the night. This is not making their situations any easier when they are racing to get to defenseless people in need of help, in the instances where somebody might be having a heart attack, a life threatening situation that requires critical medical attention, and is not because the ambulance service is consuming more time attempting to locate a dwelling in the dark, when they could be with the patient, and rushing them to the hospital before they die.

I myself have been in a comparable condition not so long ago when I had to ring (up) 999 for an ambulance, and it took them an extra 10 minutes to locate my home. I found myself in agonizing pain, and my heart was running a race at 210 beats a minute.

I have experienced problems with my heart all my life, so I have to call on emergency services when it becomes defective, and have to be taken to the hospital. Plainly no thought has gone into what occurs when emergency services need to be called upon, not just for an ambulance, but it could be for the police, or even the fire department.

In the case of a fire, by the time the fire department has reached a blazing residence, and have determined where the fire is. Lives could have been taken.


Without doubt lives are a lesser consequence than money, but surely you don’t need a qualification to recognize that a life is more important than money could ever be, because once a life has come to an end it can never be recovered, whereas money can without exception be regained. As for carbon emissions, every time we burn fossil fuels such as gas, coal or oil, carbon dioxide is delivered into the air.

In a normal carbon cycle, carbon dioxide is re-absorbed by plants and trees. Nevertheless, we are burning fuels where the carbon dioxide has been trapped under the earth’s surface for millions of years, and we’re doing it so swiftly that plants and trees that are living now have no chance of being saturated, and it doesn’t help that we’re cutting down rainforests as well.


The force of all this additional carbon dioxide in the air is that the overall temperature of the planet is expanding, what we call global warming. Whilst the normal global temperature is expanding, on a day-to-day level the climate is altering in variable ways, from floods and hurricanes to heat waves and dry seasons.


To attempt and decrease the danger of ever more radical weather, we must lessen to diminish how much fossil fuel we are burning, and this isn’t simple. However, one council in Basildon, Essex wants to stop the County Hall’s late-night blackout by installing its own LED lamps on streetlights.

John Dornan, councillor responsible for the environment, has told officers to look at examining how they could pay out for the stratagem themselves. Installing energy-efficient LED lights would significantly cut down County Hall’s electrical bill.


However, under the plans Essex County Council would however foot that bill. Transport chiefs at County Hall responded adversely when the scheme was originally ask questions.


Mr Dornan has directed consultations on the streetlights with County Hall, and since the lights have gone out, this is increasing partial adherence and there have been an awful number of push backs from tenants. The lights went out from midnight to 5am on the majority of streets in Basildon last month following Essex County Council pressed through the propositions, in spite of anger from apprehensive tenants.

Basildon Council would pay for the energy-efficient bulbs using a one-off capital payment, with LEDs created to decrease energy bills, which then County Hall would pick up. It is considered about 60 to 70 per cent could be cut off local authority energy bills by putting in the lamps.


More and more councils, including Southend, have elected to put in the lamps to free cash sooner than roll-out a schedule of switch offs. County Hall will free roughly about £222,000 a year by turning off the lamps in Basildon, but Mr Dornan stated that the cost would again be drastically diminished with LED bulbs, which as well have a lengthier lifespan compared to conventional lights.

Mr Dornan said further: “To me it is a win-win situation, as tenants get their lights back on and county make savings, even if over an extended period.”

He insisted the authority could draw money out of its £24 million of savings, or accept the loan of the cash. In Southend, the Tory administration has consumed £2.65million installing the modern bulbs, in a five a year rotating programme.

Essex County Council declined to state why it had originally turned down Basildon Council’s proposal.

The removal of street lighting can only indicate that there will surely be a stirring of robberies in nearly all neighborhoods, which will become more sizable as time permits, and as well a chain of other offenses, and I am enraged how human lives are put behind economic gain, to obtain as much capital as they can.

You don’t need a certificate in diplomacy to recognize that this is so off balance, and that the only goal here is merely MONEY.

Maturing person

Human life was not at any time part of this compromise…  

Mum Dies After Administering Vaseline Into Her Breasts In Do It Yourself Boob Augmentation Procedure


A mum has passed away in hospital in Argentina after inserting Vaseline into her breasts to make them larger.  Sonia Perez Llanzon, 39, underwent a deadly blood clotting in her lungs a month after being admitted to hospital with respiratory difficulties following the unsafe procedure.

Police cadet son Kevin Berazategui, 20, wrote on his Facebook page: “I will love you for ever”, and announced that the 20 years he spent by his mother’s side were beautiful.

Sonia Perez Llanzon arrived at hospital with traumas to her breasts, but she denied everything at the beginning but then admitted she had inserted Vaseline into them. The human body has an immune response or defense to get rid of bacteria and microorganisms, but it hasn’t got any mechanisms against this kind of product, and other people using vaseline like this are putting themselves at risk.


Sonia, was an esteemed runner and keen boxer, but had experienced third degree burns last year whilst sunbathing, and she was lain down by her appearance.

Doctors have forewarned in the past about expanding amounts of men injecting themselves with Vaseline, which is composed of crude oil, to enlarge the measurement of their penises, which generates impairments which consist of severe deformations caused by tissue damage and erectile dysfunction.