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Darren Palmer’s girlfriend Kelly Mack was hit by a train after her Ugg style boot became trapped on a track. He was later cleared of her manslaughter.

He told the BBC Radio 5 Live’s Victoria Derbyshire show of the pain of losing her and then being accused of causing her death.

But worse was to come. A witness claimed he had seen Darren encouraging his 29 year old girlfriend back into the path of the oncoming train. He was charged with manslaughter.

He spent 10 months on remand and earlier this month a jury cleared him of involvement in her death.

But despite that, he feels there is still a stigma attached to him for being charged with such a crime.

“It was shocking and Kelly would have been shocked.”

It has been a year since he has seen his children with Kelly the seven and 10 year olds live with his partner’s family.

He hopes to re establish his “close” relationship with them but does not want to push them.

“They’ve been told I’m responsible for their mum’s death. I don’t want to upset them more.

“I want to tell them it was a tragic accident. But they’re so young I don’t know how it’s going to affect them.”

Darren and Kelly were together for 12 years. Darren, of Clacton, says they were very close: “We were best friends together 24/7.”

He says the worst thing is he did not get to grieve for her before he faced the trial.

“It was harsh. I’ll never get over it,” he said.

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So, it’s officially begun. The bad song selections, the bright lights, the cheers and jeers of the audience, the poor vocals and, my favorite, the bickering over Simon’s down right accurate remarks.

While last night didn’t thrill me overall, it did pave the way for some definites in the competition.

I found myself critiquing the contestants as they went along, and having Simon concur each time. Not to sound like a bragger, or anything, but with music in my family and after having watched this for four years now, it gets easier to weed out the weeds and pinpoint the budding flowers.

My top 3? Michael, David A. (the young one) and Jason C. If I could include a fourth in the ranking, I’d have to go with Robbie. The aforementioned will make it into the Final 12, that is if America votes the way it should. As for the other two spots? That’s a tough one.

The night started out on a boring note with David H. and continued downward with Chikezie. I mean, come on?! You take a great song, “More Today than Yesterday,” and you slow it down so much that it can put you to sleep?! What was Chikezie thinking?

Next on the chopping block was David C. I disagreed a little with the judges on his rendition of “So Happy Together.” While he did put his own spin on it, it was more like a shouting match in my book. Not to mention his off notes at the very end. Another song I liked semi butchered. I really don’t like it when they scream and yell and act all rockish with classic songs. But that’s just my opinion.

One contestant who has to go but may make it into the Top 12 is Danny. I definitely did not like his Elvis imitation. First off, the kid has very strong vocals. I heard him during the auditions, so why would he pick a song, a song that represents your first official night as an Idol contender, that is so fast it’s hard to breathe it, let alone sing it. Was he just trying to show his “cool” side? Ugg. I don’t even know what that whole performance was all about. As Simon said, it was “grotesque.” He did get the judges attention and officially ignited the bickering between Simon and Paula. Let the games begin between those two!

Three other performers were left under the radar and will most likely stay there. I’d even venture a guess that two of these guys will be the first to go home. They are: Garrett, Luke and Jason Y. They were not featured one bit during Hollywood week and they did nothing last night to stand out or be remembered. They were all forgettable, as Simon likes to say. The two I think will go home: Garrett and Luke.

Garrett put me to sleep with “Breaking Up is Hard to Do.” A fun filled Neil Sedaka hit that I never thought could ever sound so horrible. As for Luke, I don’t remember what he sang, I just remember it was bad. Neither is strong enough to survive this competition.

And while Jason Y. was not that much better with his “Moon River” performance, he was the strongest of those three vocally, so I’d say that should earn him another chance to prove himself.

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They all exuded such confidence and performed as if they were already American Idols, Michael especially. I can see him making it all the way to number one!

Will the girls change my mind about that? We’ll find out tonight, same time, same place.

As for you, which was your favorite performance last night and why?

Photo courtesy of CBSStaten Islander Alex Coladonato needs to spend a little more time with his soulmate Amanda, and a little less time with his buddy Matt.

Alex and his partner, Amanda, may not be soulmates after all. Last night, Parker and Amanda started getting cozy, making Alex jealous.

When James suggested that their might be one more secret couple in the house, Alex automatically assumed it must be Parker and Amanda. That ignited a war of words and a flood of tears.

At the first Power of Veto competition, the two couples up for eviction (Jen and Parker and Ryan and Allison) had to battle against Alex and Amanda and another couple chosen at random Matt and Natalie.

Matt and Natalie won, and Parker who thought he was becoming friends with Matt assumed he would be saved from eviction.

At the Power of Veto meeting, the couples up for eviction pleaded their cases, but Matt and Natalie decided not to use the power to save anyone. Tonight, we find out who will be leaving.

Meanwhile, Joshuah’s partner, Neil, had to leave for an urgent personal matter. Joshuah was allowed to choose a new soulmate from one of the two contestants who were already evicted Jacob and Sharon. Knowing that everyone in the house already hates Jacob, he chose Sharon.

Jericho Stanley and Mimi’s home provides a quaint background for the president’s speech, but in an atmosphere of patriotism and heightened security, some question the government’s legitimacy. Jake finds a reporter to expose the bombs conspiracy; the reporter gets whacked.

One Tree Hill Peyton confesses her feelings to Lucas, and Brooke makes a play for Owen. Mouth tries to convince Millicent he is a better man than she thinks he is. Haley cannot decide whether to reveal information that could ruin Lucas’ relationship.

The Biggest Loser The contestants are sent home for a week to see how they’ll do on their own. When they return, the Black Team wins the challenge, forcing Dan and Roger to weigh in early. The Blue Team still wins; Paul leaves.

The Bad Girls Club The producers tell Tanisha and Jennavecia that they must see a therapist if they want to stay. Jennavecia skips her appointment, and the Hyenas are left to decide her fate. Cordelia has second thoughts about dumping Taylor. Here,
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But the therapists I interviewed have no patience for such pseudo sophistication, and neither do I. None of the therapists had met Blondeau, but, given what they’ve gleaned from her photos, they’ve seen enough.

“There is simply no situation where a child should be dressed up and put on display and overly sexualized,” says Barbara Neitlich, who treats child models at her Beverly Hills psychotherapy practice.

“Putting prepubescent girls in situations such as this can create a detachment from reality into fantasy.”

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And that doesn’t even address the sexuality at the heart of some of these photos. For the record, at least one Blondeau spread was presented as commentary on the sexual exploitation of young girls. But for a 10 year old, good luck telling the difference.

“She is being taught to sell her sexuality while being way too young to understand the consequences,” therapist Jenn Berman says.

Psychiatrist Carole Lieberman puts it a bit more bluntly:

“Not only is her rise as a supermodel bad for the psyche of little Thylane parents need to be on my couch it is a green light for pedophiles!”

Yep, that’s right: Not only is the work bad for Thylane, but, psychologists say, it’s bad for young kids the world over.

“She is over sexualized, just look what happened to JonBen Ramsey,” clinical psychologist Leslie Seppinni tells me. “When you dress a young girl up provocatively with makeup to give her the appearance of an adult, then these pedophiles who have a propensity for child abuse are receiving the message that’s OK,
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NEW YORK If you’re seeing the profusion of sales lately but holding out for even bigger savings in upcoming semiannual sales, you may want to think again.

It’s definitely the season for semiannual sales as retailers make room for fall merchandise. But this year, because stores got used to frugal shoppers and didn’t buy as much extra stock, they don’t have to get rid of so much extra merchandise. That means the savings won’t be as plentiful as in recent years.

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Nordstrom splits its semiannual sales into one for women and kids and one for men. The company also has a special once a year sale, where it discounts merchandise for the upcoming season, including products like Ugg boots, which rarely go on sale. Loyal customers remember this sale, which runs this year from July 6 through Aug. 1, like their parents’ birthdays.

“We’re careful to hold just a few sale events every year at Nordstrom,” said Colin Johnson, a spokesman for the Seattle based retailer. “We don’t believe in having a one day sale every other week.”

WHAT’S DIFFERENT THIS YEAR: First, sales may not be as common as in the recession’s first year, but there’s still a glut. And that makes each one less significant. “The semiannual sale for a lot of people is just noise.”

Second, the discounts are smaller. Try 30 percent to 50 percent, compared with the 75 percent price cuts that were common until about a year ago. And the racks are less full because retailers ordered less to begin with.

Third, many extra discounts that retailers used to entice buyers during these special sales are gone. Coupons for 25 percent off in the paper or online that could be applied to sale merchandise usually can’t be linked with sales anymore, de Grandpre said.

That’s not to say these discounts are gone. Chains like Gap Inc. and Borders Inc. regularly send out discounts even when they’re not holding a sale, to keep their stores busy.

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(CNN) Admit it: You gone to the grocery store in your PJs.

Maybe you just needed half and half for your morning coffee or went out after a day of marathoning whole seasons of Design. Maybe you really like how your pajamas feel and aspire to wear them Hugh Hefner style, which is to say, as often as possible.

He witnessed nothing less than a paradigm shift in Americans concept of appropriate clothing over the past 10 years on Not to Wear, as he helped 600 fashion victims learn to put their best face (and well dressed self) forward.

But the allure of pajamas, yoga pants and track suits is strong.

are continuing, as a culture, on this downward spiral of style, Kelly said, think that there will always be a group of people, a strong percentage of the population, who will care about their appearance. But now we have permission not to care. changed? He said it that people no longer face the same social pressures they would have centuries ago, or even a couple decades ago.

That social pressure, the unwritten rules about how someone should or should not dress, has always existed, said Susan Kaiser, a University of California, Davis, professor in textiles and clothing, and women and gender studies.

has been described as a broadcast signal, the way it communicates, Kaiser said. know (an appropriate outfit) when we see it. When something doesn look quite right, then we notice that. knowledge is called a social norm, she said, and the norms surrounding fashion incorporate the function of clothing as well as the cultural attitudes of the day.

a pretty Puritanic kind of country, Kaiser said. has influenced our clothing a lot. a result, American social norms have always boiled down to modesty, she said. Colonists hardly showed any skin or even hair in public, an aspect of American dress that didn change much until the 1900s.

The notion of privacy has been intertwined with ideas of modesty since Colonial days as well, said Karen Herbaugh, the curator of the American Textile History Museum in Lowell, Massachusetts.

While performing chores around the house or going to the market, definitely would not have been wearing clothing that would have been considered private, Herbaugh said. would have been wearing all the proper layers of clothing. Colonial times, that meant women would wear a chemise, a corset, a corset cover, a bodice, multiple layers of petticoats and then a dress, Herbaugh explained.

you would have been wearing that regardless of whether you saw someone else or not, she said. just wouldn have been appropriate otherwise. line between public and private clothing started to blur with the advent of the wrapper during Victorian times, Herbaugh said.

were considered appropriate for a woman to wear to receive a woman friend at her house. They still were proper, they were just a little less restrictive, she said. Barely more formal than a robe, this precursor to the housecoat allowed women the opportunity to be in a semipublic situation without having to wear all the bustles and petticoats that public dress usually required. Men had their own version of wrappers as well, she said.

Still, it a far cry from the pajama clad parents Herbaugh sees dropping children off at school.

That boundary of public and private dress has moved from the house into the neighborhood, Kelly said. We no longer seek clues about appropriate dress from our community. These days, we look to celebrities, he said.

think that one photograph of one celebrity wearing something (inappropriate) can validate someone, he said. they will leave the house wearing the same thing. Cameron Diaz was photographed wearing Ugg boots, no one would have considered wearing them in public, he said.

The cult of comfort is not only determined by stylish starlets, said Kaiser, the textiles professor. Clothing experienced a revolution in the 1960s, thanks to textiles such as polyester, rayon and spandex, as well as mass production technology.

Gernreich, the famous designer in the known for designing the one piece topless bathing suit, was also known for doing a lot of knits, she said. predicted that we would all be wearing, like, knit dancewear by now. And I think he kind of right.

become accustomed to a kind of comfort level in knits. the devil is in that forgiving detail of stretch, Kelly said.

very easy in this country to do two things, he said. overeat. Two: wear really comfortable clothes. The problem is, when you combine both of those things you get caught in a spiral. portions of cheap, overly processed foods keep us wearing stretchy, knit clothes that makes it easier to eat more large, overprocessed portions.

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people have a duty to pay taxes?

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Then some participants sent in samples of their saliva so researchers could check out their DNA. residents were included in the final analysis.

Researchers analyzed the spit samples. They looked at the particular variants of receptor genes these people had for the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin.

In case you wondering, oxytocin and vasopressin are very similar structurally, and seem to have some similar social effects. For example, they both associated with pair bonding aka bringing closer together two spouses or a mom and her child.

In fact, that why oxytocin has been called cuddle hormone. while the hormones have similar effects on the brain, they differ in the rest of the body. Oxytocin can induce labor. Vasopressin increases when you thirsty and prevents the formation of urine.

found that these genes also predict people’s willingness to be nice on behalf of other people or aggressive on behalf of other people, Poulin said. In other words, such biological factors may influence your willingness to defend someone else.

That is consistent with other research, which found that rat mothers are more willing to be aggressive on behalf of pups when they received oxytocin.

Previous research has also shown that these hormones make people more socially active.

Keep in mind that this study only shows associations between genes, hormones and behavior, and doesn prove direct causal links.

It not a your DNA situation, Poulin said.

we found some interesting interactions with genes and perceptions of the world, I would resist saying that we found genes that control behavior, he cautioned.

The next step for this area of study is to look at how sensitive people are to different kinds of threats.

A few questions that might be posed by future researchers:

it important for people to believe they helping good people?

there something in a person background or upbringing that influences how threatening they believe the world is?

Poulin and colleagues will also look at what other behaviors these genes might influence.

So it probably a little too early for mean people to start using their DNA as a convenient excuse for their bad behavior. But maybe someday.

The impact factor of the journal Psychological Science is around 5.0 (rounding up). So, for me this impact factor means try, some insight, but in the end of the experimental presentation we are not sure quite what is going on, although there are certainly some things to think about I kind of think that it is funny that they picked 2 genes out of 20,000+ genes or coding elements (/enhancer elements or other important non coding elements) in the genome and looked for genetic variants in these 2 genes. Certainly human behavior is complicated, and a 2 gene program is not sufficient to describe such a complex behavior. An unbiased approach at looking at the genomes of patients versus might be more reveling. I downloaded their publlication, and the results seem. well rather inconclusive and quite incomplete, but make sure you judge that for yourself.
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I like this thread and the info, bunny boots are definately in order for me and I like the idea of wearing plastic bags over your socks to save your boots from getting soaked.

Way back when.. I jumped on the back of a friends snowmachine to make a run over his trapline. It was only about 15 miles out so we were just going to run it an come back real quick.

About 8 miles out we were right on his trail in the middle of a creek when the ice gave out underneath us. We flipped over backwards and landed upside down in the water. The water was only about 2 feet deep and neither of us were hurt and when we got out from under the machine we saw the reason the ice had broken. The water had dropped out from under the ice so much so that when we were standing on the bottom of the creek but our heads were still under the ice. We could look up and down the creek under the ice.

We boosted each other out of the hole and tried to get the snowmachine out but failed. It was 15 below zero and we face an 8 mile walk out.

Although we had both fallen under the water we were not soaked to the skin because we got out so quickly. We just had an ice coat all over us. However we had waded around in the two foot deep water trying to lift the snowmachine out and our legs and feet were completely soaked.

He had bunny boots and I had sorrels. After about 4 miles I couldn’t feel anything from about mid calf down. His feet were toasty warm even though they were soaked. It was very hard to walk and controlling my feet became exhausting. We walked in finally and after warming up I had no problems with my feet but learned a good lesson about sorrels.

To plug the car in for the battery u need a battery blanket, it wraps around the battery to keep it warm. I would suggest also having a block heater installed into the water jacket by a ASE certified mechanic, Chrysler does have a combonation heater that comes installed in the dodge intrepid that is a battery blanket and water jacket block heater that plug into one single power cord. There is are also magnetic heaters that attach to bottom of the oil pan to keep your oil from freezing. The block heater is installed place of one of the engines expansion or freeze plugs. You can get both the battery blanket and block heater aftermarket from most automate stores for under $200. I hope this helps you, I hav recently been adding these items to my personal vehicle because here in Washington it does get cold enough to drain a battery at time and we hav been looking to relocating to Colorado in the Denver area.

Way back when.. I jumped on the back of a friends snowmachine to make a run over his trapline. It was only about 15 miles out so we were just going to run it an come back real quick.

About 8 miles out we were right on his trail in the middle of a creek when the ice gave out underneath us. We flipped over backwards and landed upside down in the water. The water was only about 2 feet deep and neither of us were hurt and when we got out from under the machine we saw the reason the ice had broken. The water had dropped out from under the ice so much so that when we were standing on the bottom of the creek but our heads were still under the ice. We could look up and down the creek under the ice.

We boosted each other out of the hole and tried to get the snowmachine out but failed. It was 15 below zero and we face an 8 mile walk out.

Although we had both fallen under the water we were not soaked to the skin because we got out so quickly. We just had an ice coat all over us. However we had waded around in the two foot deep water trying to lift the snowmachine out and our legs and feet were completely soaked.

He had bunny boots and I had sorrels. After about 4 miles I couldn’t feel anything from about mid calf down. His feet were toasty warm even though they were soaked. It was very hard to walk and controlling my feet became exhausting. We walked in finally and after warming up I had no problems with my feet but learned a good lesson about sorrels. working outside splicing high voltge cable (15,000v) Paper lead. This splice is going to require a minimum of 16 hours.

I was wearing black bunny boots, my feet were toasty warm no problems standing on ice or snow. The splicer I was assisting; was sitting down inside of a 10 foot deep man hole. Constantly complaining about how cold his feet were; using snowpack type boots. At one point, after listening to him whine complain; I said ‘take your boot off and put this on. He said a negative statement then he looked up and saw that I had my boot off; His eyes opened big as pancakes when he saw the massive amount of steam coming off my sock and from inside the boot. He exclaimed! Your feet are that warm ?? I laughed and said .. toast! He put the boot on quckly and was shocked at how warm it was inside. Gimmie the other one he quickly snapped. Dennis I said; I can have a brand new pair of those delivered to you in less than 3 days. I just gotta get me a pair of these he said. $300.00 bucks I said and you can have them by tuesday I bet. Three Hundred he screamed. how come so much? (Feb 86). I said a new pair is 200. 50 for the person who will run around and get them into the mail PRIORITY and the rest for postage etc.

I laughed very hard and said. Dennis next time your feet get cold (later today). JUST THINK about that $$ sitting in the bank .. That’s all that you gonna have to keep your feet warm with. I’m keeping my boots on today. suffer!!

I don’t care how much something costs. If it is going to keep me warm when working outside for long hours.. I don’t care about the money. I care about the comfort!!
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Be smart.. buy bunny boots.. Yes they are awkward at first but you quickly get used to them. All my sons had brand new bunny boots when they went whaling in Barrow. Not once did they ever have to even think of their feet… which were nice warm like toast!!.