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Your Questions About For Those Drivers Who Were Not Wearing Safety Belts At The Time Of Their Deaths

April 30, 2013
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Ken asks…

Do you really find it necessary to wear a seat belt?

I know it saves your life in some situations but I really don’t see a reason why we should wear it the whole time in the car. To me their uncomfortable.
Just my opinion.
Anywhere in here did I say I don’t wear a seat belt? No ? Okay then.

admin answers:

I think wearing seat belts all the time is a crock…
I am the only driver of my own car and I don’t demand that my passengers wear them.
If I ride around in a different car, I don’t usually wear them unless they ask me to.
Unless (of course) they drive like a Crazy Person, then, I’ll get out and be thankful that I got there in one piece – may even reach for the belt during the trip.
I don’t accept rides from drunk drivers. I just don’t do it. I’ll give a friend that’s too drunk to drive a ride but, I won’t hop in if I know they’re drunk.

I’m also aware that seat belts can save lives (in high speed crashes) but, I know that seat belt laws went into effect, as part of the compromise, to get the national speed limit back up over from 55 MPH in the 1980′s.
Today – we now have airbags in cars, trucks and all kinds of passenger vehicles. Some of them have 6 or even 8 airbags !
So I’m not nearly worried about death in car crashes as a lot of people are.
Today’s cars and trucks are safer than they’ve ever been. We’ve come a long way in safety, since the 1960′s when they first started making seat belts standard in passenger cars.

Air bags, safety glass, anti-lock brakes, tire pressure monitors. Metal beam guards built inside the door frames. Energy absorbing design in car bodies. Just to name a few.

Paul asks…

Do you think the law that you must wear your seatbelt is a violation of your rights?

Wearing a seatbelt only saves/kills your own life, not others. It is the same as drinking.

admin answers:

Safety belts saved over 12,000 American lives in 2001. However, during this same year, nearly two-thirds (60 percent) of passenger vehicle occupants killed in traffic crashes were unrestrained.

Research has shown that lap/shoulder belts, when used properly, reduce the risk of fatal injury to front-seat passenger car occupants by 45 percent and the risk of moderate to critical injury by 50 percent. For light truck occupants, safety belts reduce the risk of fatal injury by 60 percent and moderate-to-critical injury by 65 percent.

Safety belts should always be worn, even when riding in vehicles equipped with air bags. Air bags are designed to work with safety belts, not by themselves. Air bags, by themselves, have a fatality-reducing effectiveness of only 12 percent.

Safety belt use saves society an estimated $50 billion annually in medical care, lost productivity, and other injury related costs.

Conversely, safety belt non use results in significant economic costs to society. The needless deaths and injuries from safety belt non use result in an estimated $26 billion in economic costs to society annually.The cost of unbuckled drivers and passengers goes far beyond those killed and the loss to their families. We all pay–in higher taxes and higher health care and insurance costs.

So no its not a violation of your rights.

For more information go to http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov

Donna asks…

What is the exact California Vehicle Code Section that says an unbelted adult passenger can be cited.?

In other words, can my passenger get a ticket for not wearing a seat belt as I drive us around the block? (In California).

admin answers:

If they are over 16 years old yes the police can pull you over and cite the passengers for not wearing seatbelts but if the passenger is under 16 then the driver gets the ticket
aslo remember the police can stop (pull you over for that
reason only )

THIS IS THE NEW SEAT BELT LAW IN CALIFORNIA.
TRUCKERS NOW HAVE TO BUCKLE UP!!!

This might help

An act to amend Sections 27315, 27360, and 27360.5 of the Vehicle Code, relating to vehicles.
LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL’S DIGEST
AB 1278, Cardenas. Vehicles: safety belts.

(1) The Private Passenger Motor Vehicle Safety Act defines a “private passenger motor vehicle,” for purposes of the act, as any passenger vehicle or any motortruck of less than 6,001 pounds unladen weight. Existing law makes it an infraction for any person to operate a private passenger motor vehicle on the highway without having that person and all passengers 16 years of age or over restrained by a safety belt. It is unlawful for any parent or legal guardian, when present in a private passenger motor vehicle to permit his or her child or ward who is between 4 years and 16 years of age to be transported on the highway in the vehicle without using a safety belt. It is also unlawful for any parent or legal guardian, when present in a private passenger motor vehicle to permit his or her child or ward who is less than 4 years of age to be transported on the highway in the vehicle without using a specified child passenger restraint system.

This bill , makes the crimes specified above applicable to persons in any passenger vehicle or any motortruck or truck tractor. By expanding the scope of the specified crimes, the bill imposes a state-mandated local program.

(2) Existing law prohibits any person 16 years of age or over from being a passenger in a private passenger motor vehicle on a highway unless that person is properly restrained by a safety belt.

This bill make that prohibition inapplicable to a passenger in a sleeper berth, as defined.

(3) The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement.

This bill provides that no reimbursement is required by this act for a specified reason.

SECTION 1. Section 27315 of the Vehicle Code is amended to read:

27315. (a) The Legislature finds that a mandatory seatbelt law will contribute to reducing highway deaths and injuries by encouraging greater usage of existing manual seatbelts, that automatic crash protection systems which require no action by vehicle occupants offer the best hope of reducing deaths and injuries, and that encouraging the use of manual safety belts is only a partial remedy for addressing this major cause of death and injury. The Legislature declares that the enactment of this section is intended to be compatible with support for federal safety standards requiring automatic crash protection systems and should not be used in any manner to rescind federal requirements for installation of automatic restraints in new cars.

(b) This section shall be known and may be cited as the Motor Vehicle Safety Act.

(c) As used in this section, “motor vehicle” means any passenger vehicle or any motortruck or truck tractor, but does not include a motorcycle.

(d) (1) No person shall operate a motor vehicle on a highway unless that person and all passengers 16 years of age or over are properly restrained by a safety belt. This paragraph does not apply to the operator of a taxicab, as defined in Section 27908, when the taxicab is driven on a city street. The safety belt requirement established by this paragraph is the minimum safety standard applicable to employees being transported in a motor vehicle. This paragraph does not preempt any more stringent or restrictive standards imposed by the Labor Code or any other state or federal regulation regarding the transportation of employees in a motor vehicle.

(2) The operator of a limousine for hire or the operator of an authorized emergency vehicle, as defined in subdivision (a) of Section 165, shall not operate the limousine for hire or authorized emergency vehicle unless the operator and any passengers four years of age or over and weighing 40 pounds or more, in the front seat are properly restrained by a safety belt.

(3) The operator of a taxicab shall not operate the taxicab unless any passengers four years of age or over and weighing 40 pounds or more, in the front seat are properly restrained by a safety belt.

(e) No person 16 years of age or over shall be a passenger in a motor vehicle on a highway unless that person is properly restrained by a safety belt. This subdivision does not apply to a passenger in a sleeper berth, as defined in subdivision (v) of Section 1201 of Title 13 of the California Code of Regulations.

(f) Every owner of a motor vehicle, including every owner or operator of a taxicab, as defined in Section 27908, or a limousine for hire, operated on a highway shall maintain safety belts in good working order for the use of occupants of the vehicle. The safety belts shall conform to motor vehicle safety standards established by the United States Department of Transportation. This subdivision does not, however, require installation or maintenance of safety belts where not required by the laws of the United States applicable to the vehicle at the time of its initial sale.

(g) This section does not apply to a passenger or operator with a physically disabling condition or medical condition which would prevent appropriate restraint in a safety belt, if the condition is duly certified by a licensed physician and surgeon or by a licensed chiropractor who shall state the nature of the condition, as well as the reason the restraint is inappropriate.

This section also does not apply to a public employee, when in an authorized emergency vehicle as defined in paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of Section 165, or to any passenger in any seat behind the front seat of an authorized emergency vehicle as defined in paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of Section 165 operated by the public employee, unless required by the agency employing the public employee.

(h) Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 42001, any violation of subdivision (d), (e), or (f) is an infraction punishable by a fine, including all penalty assessments and court costs imposed on the convicted person, of not more than twenty dollars ($20) for a first offense, and a fine, including all penalty assessments and court costs imposed on the convicted person, of not more than fifty dollars ($50) for each subsequent offense. In lieu of the fine and any penalty assessment or court costs, the court, pursuant to Section 42005, may order that a person convicted of a first offense attend a school for traffic violators or a driving school in which the proper use of safety belts is demonstrated.

(i) For any violation of subdivision (d), (e), or (f), in addition to the fines provided for pursuant to subdivision (h) and the penalty assessments provided for pursuant to Section 1464 of the Penal Code, an additional penalty assessment of two dollars ($2) shall be levied for any first offense, and an additional penalty assessment of five dollars ($5) shall be levied for any subsequent offense.

All moneys collected pursuant to this subdivision shall be utilized in accordance with Section 1464 of the Penal Code.

(j) In any civil action, a violation of subdivision (d), (e), or (f) or information of a violation of subdivision (h) shall not establish negligence as a matter of law or negligence per se for comparative fault purposes, but negligence may be proven as a fact without regard to the violation.

(k) If the United States Secretary of Transportation fails to adopt safety standards for manual safety belt systems by September 1, 1989, no motor vehicle manufactured after that date for sale or sold in this state shall be registered unless it contains a manual safety belt system which meets the performance standards applicable to automatic crash protection devices adopted by the Secretary of Transportation pursuant to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 208 (49 C.F.R. 571.208) as in effect on January 1, 1985.

(l) Each motor vehicle offered for original sale in this state which has been manufactured on or after September 1, 1989, shall comply with the automatic restraint requirements of Section S4.1.2.1 of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 208 (49 C.F.R. 571.208), as published in Volume 49 of the Federal Register, No. 138, page 29009. Any automobile manufacturer who sells or delivers a motor vehicle subject to the requirements of this subdivision, and fails to comply with this subdivision, shall be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars ($500) for each sale or delivery of a noncomplying motor vehicle.

(m) Compliance with subdivision (k) or (l) by a manufacturer shall be made by self-certification in the same manner as self-certification is accomplished under federal law.

(n) This section does not apply to a person actually engaged in delivery of newspapers to customers along the person’s route if the person is properly restrained by a safety belt prior to commencing and subsequent to completing delivery on the route.

(o) This section does not apply to a person actually engaged in collection and delivery activities as a rural delivery carrier for the United States Postal Service if the person is properly restrained by a safety belt prior to stopping at the first box and subsequent to stopping at the last box on the route.

(p) Subdivisions (d), (e), (f), (g), and (h) shall become inoperative immediately upon the date that the United States Secretary of Transportation, or his or her delegate, determines to rescind the portion of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 208 (49 C.F.R. 571.208) which requires the installation of automatic restraints in new motor vehicles, except that those subdivisions shall not become inoperative if the secretary’s decision to rescind that Standard No. 208 is not based, in any respect, on the enactment or continued operation of those subdivisions.

SEC. 2. Section 27360 of the Vehicle Code is amended to read:

27360. (a) No parent or legal guardian, when present in a motor vehicle, as defined in Section 27315, shall permit his or her child or ward under the age of four years, regardless of weight, or weighing less than 40 pounds, regardless of age, to be transported upon a highway in the motor vehicle without providing and properly using, for each child or ward, a child passenger restraint system meeting applicable federal motor vehicle safety standards.

(b) No driver shall transport on a highway any child under four years of age, regardless of weight, or weighing less than 40 pounds, regardless of age, in a motor vehicle, as defined in Section 27315, without providing and properly securing the child in a child passenger restraint system meeting applicable federal motor vehicle safety standards. This subdivision does not apply to a driver if the parent or legal guardian of the child is also present in the vehicle and is not the driver.

(c) (1) A first offense under this section is punishable by a fine of one hundred dollars ($100), except that the court may waive the fine if the defendant establishes to the satisfaction of the court that he or she is economically disadvantaged and the court, instead, refers the defendant to a child passenger restraint low-cost purchase or loaner program. If the fine is waived, the court shall nevertheless report the conviction to the department pursuant to Section 1803.

(2) A second or subsequent offense under this section is punishable by a fine of one hundred dollars ($100), no part of which may be waived by the court.

(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the fines collected for a violation of this section shall be allocated as follows:

(1) Sixty percent to county health departments where the violation occurred, to be used for a child passenger restraint low-cost purchase or loaner program which shall include, but not be limited to, education on the proper installation and use of a child passenger restraint system. The county health department shall designate a coordinator to facilitate the creation of a special account and to develop a relationship with the municipal court system to facilitate the transfer of funds to the program. The county may contract for the implementation of the program. Prior to obtaining possession of a child passenger restraint system pursuant to this section, a person shall receive information relating to the importance of utilizing that system.

As the proceeds from fines become available, county health departments shall prepare and maintain a listing of all child passenger restraint low-cost purchase or loaner programs in their counties, including a semiannual verification that all programs listed are in existence. Each county shall forward the listing to the Office of Traffic Safety in the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency and the courts, birthing centers, community child health and disability prevention programs, county clinics, prenatal clinics, women, infants, and children programs, and county hospitals in that county, who shall make the listing available to the public. The Office of Traffic Safety shall maintain a listing of all of the programs in the state.

(2) Twenty-five percent to the county for the administration of the program.

(3) Fifteen percent to the city, to be deposited in its general fund except that, if the violation occurred in an unincorporated area, this amount shall be allocated to the county for purposes of paragraph (1).

SEC. 3. Section 27360.5 of the Vehicle Code is amended to read:

27360.5. (a) No parent or legal guardian, when present in a motor vehicle, as defined in Section 27315, shall permit his or her child or ward who is four years of age or older but less than 16 years of age and weighs 40 pounds or more to be transported upon a highway in the motor vehicle without providing and properly using, for each child or ward, a safety belt meeting applicable federal motor vehicle safety standards.

(b) No driver shall transport on a highway any child who is four years of age or older but less than 16 years of age and weighs 40 pounds or more in a motor vehicle, as defined in Section 27315, without providing and properly using a safety belt meeting applicable federal motor vehicle safety standards. This subdivision does not apply to a driver if the parent or legal guardian of the child is also present in the vehicle and is not the driver.

(c) (1) A first offense under this section is punishable by a fine of fifty dollars ($50).

(2) A second or subsequent offense under this section is punishable by a fine of one hundred dollars ($100).

SEC. 4. No reimbursement is required by this act pursuant to Section 6 of Article XIIIB of the California Constitution because the only costs that may be incurred by a local agency or school district will be incurred because this act creates a new crime or infraction, eliminates a crime or infraction, or changes the penalty for a crime or infraction, within the meaning of Section 17556 of the Government Code, or changes the definition of a crime within the meaning of Section 6 of Article XIIIB of the California Constitution.

Notwithstanding Section 17580 of the Government Code, unless otherwise specified, the provisions of this act shall become operative on the same date that the act takes effect pursuant to the California Constitution.

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Your Questions About For Those Who Think Young

April 29, 2013
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Robert asks…

If McCain had been ten year younger who do you think would have won the election?

I think his age went badly against him which is a shame but very understandable.
He could have been a great President that there is not doubt in my mind.
Obama could be a great President as well although I am personally not as convinced. However the question is, was McCain’s age the determining factor for many people?
matty why have you got a picture of Jock stein if you’re an American?

admin answers:

I take it you live in the United States of America?
Welcome a board buddy pal, now kindly make use of your military status and demand the welfare system’s corruption to officially dissolve.

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Mandy asks…

So why do people think this about people who marry young?

Im 19 and so is my husband, we have been married since November so around 5 months. anyways. EVERYDAY i hear people saying Im too young to be married and all this but we have been together for 4 years and love each other and we are each others best friends. We are both pretty laid back. SO why do people insist on saying were selfish for getting married at 19? and childish? I personally think that you have to be more mature to get married young because it takes a lot to keep it going and happy. We do a great job at it! and how is it selfish if we are giving up our teen lives to be with each other for the rest of our lives? that makes no sense. I deal with people saying that were so young and too young to get married but when people call me selfish it makes me mad because Im not and neither is he. We love each other and want to be married! is it because people are jealous? or just because they have nothing better to say? I want to hear from people who call me selfish and childish and I want to hear why you think that. if you’re going to call me something like that the least you can do is explain yourself. thanks everyone!

Im open for explaining things and for people to disagree just try to do it in a nice way please! you don’t have to disagree and be rude about it! thanks!
oh and this ALWAYS gets thrown into the conversation even though I said nothing about it. but I do work. 5 days a week and he works a lot. just throwing that out there since people like to tell me to get a job.
I have a lot of family members who got married at 18 and 19 who are my inspiration. neither of our parents staid together so we know its hard work. my aunt and uncle are my role models they have been together since 18 and are now both 56 and still have an amazing marriage! and so do lots of other people I know which is why i believe it will work.
ok. ill write back at 25 years old to tell you all im still married. I know for a fact we will still be married by then. thats only 5 and a half years away. We got this. If you guys saw us you would know how perfectwe are for eachother. and I know that we will be together forever. Were just here to prove everyone wrong I guess and thats what were doin =)
I say no one understands because people are telling me it dedinitely wont last and blah blah blah when they should be saying good luck and it will work out. why bring a relationship down when its doing great? im not being selfish at all youre taking something that I said and turning it around to sound selfish which is exactly what everyone does.
“what” I agree with and LOVE your answer! Im glad someone knows where im coming from and has been through the same thing! =)

admin answers:

My wife and I were 19 and 22 when we got married. It will be 19 years in July and I think the people who tried to hold us back were the selfish ones. The 19 years we’ve been married have been incredible and I love here much more now than the day we married.

When we were your age people said wait till you get older…. Now that we’re older people say that times are different now. I think people use young age as a crutch to blame marital problems on more than they actually attirbute to the problem. Of course it is always possible my wife was the perfect woman and no one else would have worked out so good. Either way my only regret is we weren’t married sooner so we could be together more. I wouldn’t trade a second with her away.

My only advice to you is to remember marriage is a one way street expect to give everything and get nothing in return. Don’t get caught in the “If I do for him then he’ll do for me trap”.

Sharon asks…

POLL: what do you think about adults who love young children?

when a man/man or a woman/woman love eachother a lot of people consider that wrong or immoral.
they think it’s a choice and that they do it for attention.

(personally, i’m for gay rights & i don’t believe it’s a choice- you were born that way)

but what happens when it comes to adults loving children.
aka pedofiles.
i was watching a tv show and the story line was a grown man that loved little kids (aroung age 7). he was saying he was born that way.

could it be true? i mean it’s innapropriate, but why would they do it if they got SO much hate for it?
maybe they didn’t CHOOSE to be this way. it’s just the way their brain is wired.

could it be considered appropriate if a grown man has feelings for little kids, but doesn’t act on it therefore it’s not illegal. he knows it’s wrong and considered illegal, but he can’t help the way he feels. so in order to avoid trouble he doesn’t act upon it.

pretty much everyone considered adults that love young children distgusting but what it they can’t control it. it’s not their choice.
a gay man will fight for his right to marry his partner and love him – he was born that way and why should he not be able to kiss his partner in public w/o getting hate.
but can the same thing happen for a man who loves kids?

like do you get where i’m coming from?
i’m probably confusing everyone and i’m kind of ranting right now but yeah..
tell me your thoughts.

admin answers:

I get where you’re coming from, I do believe they are born that way but I don’t think they should act on it because it is wrong, maybe therapy could help I don’t know. What was this show called? I think I saw commercials about this a little ago on tlc?

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Your Questions About An Impaired Use Of Language

April 28, 2013
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Mark asks…

Is there any difference between deaf and hearing impaired?

When does hearing loss become classified as deaf or hearing impaired? Is it when it hits a certain percentage of hearing loss?
What if you can hear, but only very little and hearing aids don’t help?

admin answers:

Really the words “hearing impaired” is just another way of saying deafness, but it can also include those who have mild to moderate hearing loss. Let’s say that you want have an educational program for students whom have hearing loss. To call it a “deaf program” would be too limited, so they would typically use the terms “hearing impaired” instead to cover all ranges of hearing loss.

I went to a mainstream hearing impaired program at a public school during elementary school. There are state schools for the deaf where sign language is the main mode of communication. They use the word “deaf” because that is more of what they specialize in.

Look here on this chart http://www.stronghealth.com/services/Audiology/hearing/degreehearingloss.cfm

Degrees of hearing loss is classifed as: mild, moderate, moderate to severe, severe, and profound based on how much they can hear. Those whom have mild to moderate hearing loss are considered “hard-of-hearing” and those that have severe to profound hearing loss are “deaf.”

Hard of hearing people can understand what they hear with hearing aids, such has talking on the phone, recognize most sounds without problems. Those who are deaf, even when they wear hearing aids, they can’t talk on the phone or recognize all sounds, just some of it.

I’m profoundly deaf and wear hearing aids. I can’t talk on the phone, but I can hear about 50% of sounds with my hearing aids. Without my hearing aids, I hear nothing.

Sharon asks…

What is the proper way to refer to someone who cannot hear: deaf, hearing impaired, hard of hearing?

I have a friend who is…deaf?… and she always corrects people when they ask if she’s deaf by saying she’s hearing impaired. However, I’ve seen movies/TV/videos in which people say its never okay to say “hearing impaired“, you should say “deaf.” So now I’m pretty confused. Is it a personal preference? What do you think?

PS. Do people in the deaf community refer to people who aren’t deaf as “hearing” people?

Thanks!

admin answers:

“Hearing-impaired”, one may find it insulting. See the last word, impaired. Who would like to be called ‘impaired’?

Deaf – a person who cannot hear like a hearing person

Deaf – a person who is a part of a Deaf community and uses sign language (notice the capitalized D), a person from a minority group

culturally Deaf – a person who is proud of him being Deaf and uses sign language as a primarily language and is part of a Deaf community

Hard of hearing – a person who has some residual hearing left and utilizes it with a hearing aid, he may be able to communicate with others. He may either use sign language or reject it. He may socialize with hearing people only, or live in both worlds: with hearing and Deaf people.

Some proper medical terms to describe one losing his natural hearing: deaf, deafness, hearing disability.

Disability might be more proper than impaired, but not disabled. Get what I mean?

Lizzie asks…

What is the difference between “hearing impaired” and “deaf” ???

I notice that some people use the term hearing impaired, and other people use the term deaf… is there any special reason for this? Is one term better than the other? Do they mean the same thing, or does one mean something different, like different kinds of hearing loss or something?

admin answers:

“Hearing Impaired” is considered politically correct by the hearing world, however many Deaf/deaf and hard of hearing people don’t really like the term.

Deaf = culturally deaf
deaf = medically deaf

Hard of hearing would most likely be used for someone with a mild to moderately severe hearing loss. Those who are hard of hearing can still call themselves Deaf.

Deaf culture involves their own language (ASL in the USA, different for other countries), art, poetry/literature, history, and so forth. But not everyone identifies as a part of Deaf culture.

See audiogram below for classification of hearing losses on an audiogram.

Any questions feel free to ask.

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Your Questions About Carnitine

April 27, 2013
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Chris asks…

Can someone help me tell me where I can get sources for these nutrient/substances?

I need to know what sources are good for getting vitamin E, vitamin C, copper, MSM, PABA, quercetin, carnitine, DMSO, herbs, enzymes, acupuncture. I most perferably to get them from foods but if for some of them they are better sources other then food you can list them down also. Thanks I would gladly apreciate this.
yea i fogot about the acunpuncture. What happened is that I cpied and pasted thesde stuff, but I forgot to exclude acupuncture. I need to know sources though for the other stuff. Its supposed to be for preventive measures and treatment for a specific condition if it comes up and develops because of a accident I had. So I want to take these stuff to help prevent.

admin answers:

That would take an awful lot of research on my part. I’m OK looking up one or two things for someone, but 10?! Go to google or yahoo and search – list of vitamin E rich foods, list of vitamin C rich foods, etc., etc., etc. For acupuncture, you have to go to an acupuncturist.

Nancy asks…

i have a very important aptitude test tomorrow. If I take L-Canitine will it boost my concentration power?

Test is tomorrow. Just got Acetyl L carnitine today for concentration, would it work by tomorrow?

admin answers:

It can help boost your concentration when used over an amount of time such as a week or two. So with that being said i do not believe that it will help you to much by tomorrow. But if you tell yourself that you believe in it then it will probably have a placebo effect and believe it or not that little mind trick can actually help you out considerably.

Linda asks…

What is the ‘chai’ diet? Is chai tea good for weight loss?

I have heard that chai tea is good for weight loss, is it? My friend is on the Chai diet, where she drinks chai tea and mixes it with l carnitine. Would this be good for you?

admin answers:

This sounds to me like a gimmick and I’d be cautious about it.

While tea is quite healthy, and the spices used in chai (masala chai) or spiced tea blends are also quite healthy, there is no solid scientific evidence that tea helps weight loss. The only way to lose weight in a healthy way is to have a healthy, diverse diet, and get regular exercise.

I also recommend against nutritional supplements like carnitine. A lot of supplements have not been proven to help in any way, and some can actually be damaging. Naturally, carnitine is found in a wide variety of foods. It is not naturally found in tea. It’s always best to obtain essential nutrients from natural sources, rather than taking them as supplements, as supplements often aren’t absorbed properly, and sometimes they can send too much of one substance to your body, which can throw your body out of balance. I’ve attached a page to a list of natural sources of carnitine.

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Your Questions About For Those About To Rock Lyrics

April 26, 2013
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Lisa asks…

what do you think about this rock lyrics?

Feeling

The whole world says your not the best
and everyone thinks you are a mistake
nothing great can come up from you
thats what they say
The whole world hates your life
and they run from your presence
they mock at everything you do
but hold on there is a way

At least you are breathing
your heart is beating
but your not bleeding
and though the pain is hurting
and the wound is cutting
All I can Say Is
At least you are feeling

The addiction chains are bounded on you
and you try to hold onto that prayer
it will never help you to get it off
thats what they say
the world wants you to become something
but you are running for your desire
you will never get through it all
but hold there is way

help with the bridge

admin answers:

Its good wat is the beat though

Nancy asks…

what do you think about my rock lyrics?

Feeling

The whole world says your not the best
and everyone thinks you are a mistake
nothing great can come up from you
thats what they say
The whole world hates your life
and they run from your presence
they mock at everything you do
but hold on there is a way

At least you are breathing
your heart is beating
but your not bleeding
and though the pain is hurting
and the wound is cutting
All I can Say Is
At least you are feeling

The addiction chains are bounded on you
and you try to hold onto that prayer
it will never help you to get it off
thats what they say
the world wants you to become something
but you are running for your desire
you will never get through it all
but hold there is way

your prayer is answered
your tears are counted

admin answers:

I think they sound kind of corny but oh well.

Laura asks…

Lyrics that I Wrote…?

I’m a professional Lyricist and I love getting feedback from people on what they think of my Lyrics. I Have been writing for a long time and i Just want honest Opinion with actual feedback. tell me why you hate it of love it. My Lyrics are rock lyrics with attitude. * if you Like the Lyrics to Get the Word Out

Get Out:

You say your filled with regret
And that she was nothing but sex
And I’m much more then that to you

So what are you trying to say
Am I a bore and a prune
Could you clarify that for me

Oh I’m still the love of your life
And it was just one time
And you expect me to forgive you

Well were you thinking about that
Before I walked in the room
And you were telling her to call you daddy

Get out, you disgust me
You lie and cheat in front me
I’ll be damned, if you come back
I’ll send your cloths in a nice vase
Get out

I hope that she was worth it
And that you had the best sex
The type that’ll last a lifetime

And I hope that she cared
Enough to take you in
Because you can’t stay here

Well was it worth it
Before I walked in the room
And you were telling her to call you daddy

Get out, you disgust me
You lie and cheat in front me
I’ll be damned, if you come back
I’ll send your cloths in a nice vase
Get out

Beg as much as you want to
But I don’t care, I don’t care

Get out, you disgust me
You lie and cheat in front me
I’ll be damned, if you come back
I’ll send your cloths in a nice vase
Get out

By Melody Ann

admin answers:

They’re not that great. You sound like you just forced the lyrics out, which never really sounds good. I’m sorry, and don’t be offended, but you don’t really sound like a professional lyricist to me.

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