August 1, 1993A Santa Barbara skateboard shop gets in trouble with a customer’s mother for selling a pirated “Mr. Butts” skateboard. Owner of the shop Michael Magne urges a reporter, “Make us look like we’re straight from hell because that’s the best kind of press.
(Paramount Pictures, Dreamworks Animation/Associated Press)Is a giant, green ogre affecting your child’s eating habits?A new study suggests putting cartoon images like Shrek, Dora the Explorer or Scooby Doo on packaged children’s snacks has a strong influence on a child’s perception of how the food tastes.The research from Yale University tested the perceptions of 40 pre school and Grade 1 children when sampling a selection of graham crackers, gummy fruit snacks and carrots.Read more.North American retailers spend $1.6 billion US every year vying for the attention of picky eaters and their parents. Slapping a recognizable face on snack packages is often the best way to grab their attention. But do these loveable characters promote unhealthy eating?.
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Offensive Line Top Team: New England Patriots The Patriots quietly built the ideal NFL offensive line. The starting five are excellent, but there is better depth here than anywhere else in the NFL. Sebastian Vollmer and Nate Solder are bookend caliber tackles with huge upside.
Nevertheless, manufacturing still has a future in Flint. It’s just a different kind of future, with a smaller workforce. GM seems to be hanging on to its few remaining workers in the city. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileBen Gerzfield, right, field software engineer at Facebook, hits a gong as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, left, holds it to launch the social network site’s new localization services called ‘Places.’ (Tony Avelar/Associated Press)The internet is abuzz after comments made by Facebook board member Peter Thiel on the Fox Business Network Monday, suggesting the social networking site company will go public in the next couple of years.”[Facebook] probably will IPO [make an initial public offering] at some point. The lesson from Google seems to be that you don’t go public until very late,” said Thiel, who also emphasized the offering wouldn’t happen until after late 2012. That gives me about approx 1 year to find a million to invest.