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When one inmate is caught trying to sneak contraband into the prison, an officer is assigned to wait until the prisoner… evacuates.
It’s that time of the month again for Erika Dyer and she is psycho on her cycle. Her husband Lonnie has had just about enough of her insane behavior. It seems every month Lonnie’ life is turned upside down, disrespected and his happiness teeters on his wife’s pre menstrual syndrome. In need of support Erika decides to throw a period party with her girlfriends Karen and Letty and together they have an angry feast. She is cramping, in heat and eating up everything she sees.
Chapter plays roles in her music using “Satire” which is primarily a literary genre or form, although in practice it can also be found in the graphic and performing arts. In satire, vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, and society itself, into improvement. Although satire is usually meant to be funny, its greater purpose is often constructive social criticism, using wit as a weapon.
Artist: , Driector: Chapter, Producer: Chris Jackson, Editor: Eric Guerrero, Executive Producer: Chris Jackson, Songwriters: Chapter, Chris Jackson, Music Produced by: Adeasy
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Nov 10, 2011
In South Korea, an 18 year old has committed suicide in the city of Daejeon – just hours before he was due to take a university entrance exam.
Teen suicide rates have risen by more than a third in the last decade – and the intense pressure to succeed academically is often the cause.
Al Jazeera’s Harry Fawcett reports from Seoul.
Military historian Saul David talks to David Kenyon about hygiene in the trenches.
Students at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania can get the “morning-after” pill by putting $25 into a vending machine. The pill’s availability in a vending machine appears to be rare, if not unprecedented. (Feb. 7, 2012)
Unplanned Pregnancy Prevention – Awkward Times :30
In the United States, fully 7 in 10 pregnancies among unmarried women age 18-29 are described by women themselves as unplanned – one of the highest levels in the developed world.
The consequences of unplanned pregnancy are significant, expensive, and affect not only the young adults themselves, but also their children and families. Consequences include: fewer opportunities for mothers to complete their education or achieve other life goals; more health risks; diminished likelihood of forming committed, mature relationships; lower likelihood of stable families; and a higher likelihood of poverty.
This campaign aims to reduce high rates of unplanned pregnancies among young women (18 -24), by encouraging them to find the best method of birth control for them, and use it more carefully and consistently.
The PSAs let women know there is a birth control method out there for them, and directs them to Bedsider.org, a new comprehensive online and mobile program designed to make birth control easier. Bedsider includes easy ways to explore and compare various birth control methods, videos of real women describing their personal experiences with each method, and birth control and appointment reminders sent by text or email — everything women need to find the best birth control method, stay on it, and use it successfully.
The one thing Amazon.com can’t give you.
A new study by the U.N.’s World Health Organization and the private humanitarian group Save the Children calls for more international action to avert millions of preventable newborn deaths around the world each year, most of them in developing countries. Vidushi Sinha has more in the first of her two-part report on the global campaign to save lives at birth.
Compiled bikini-wax experiences (waist-up shots only).