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Think how much greater your videos and photos will be once you get the SMOVE! This product is unprecedented in its ability to make your videos and photos look top-notch.

Oh, and did I tell you all, it’s on sale?

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Black Washington Student Posts Emotional Video Against Racist Bullying

An African-American elementary school student in Bellevue, Washington sends a powerful anti-bullying message in an emotional Facebook video, which has gone viral, KIRO-TV reports.

So emotional is the video of 9-year-old Nasir Andrews that she doesn’t have to say a word. Nasir, who is finishing fourth grade at Ardmore Elementary School, holds up index cards with written words and phrases that tell her disturbing story at the hands of mean-spirited, racist classmates in the video.

Her story starts in September when her peers began tormenting her. Classmates of Nasir, who is one of about 40 Black students at Ardmore Elementary which has a large number of Hispanic, Asian, and Indian students, referred to her using racial slurs including “Nutella” and “servant,” KIRO reported.

A student called me ‘Nutella,’ and I told my after-school teacher and she said it wasn’t racist and she made me write the definition of racist,” said Nasir, whose video was shared more than 17,500 times and reached more than 670,000 people, KIRO reported.

The young girl, who came up with the hashtag #backdownbully, said that she was picked on for buying lunch, and kids on the school bus laughed at her. Her peers took her snacks from her, she added and ran away from her on the playground. Having trouble finding friends, Nasir had also been pushed, kicked and choked by her classmates.

She complained to teachers and administrators, but her cries for help fell on deaf ears. At a dead-end, she made the video to seek help for herself and other students targeted by bullies.

I think that we need to stop bullying and just know that if you’re doing it, you’re hurting people,” Nasir told the outlet.

The school said it opened an investigation into the incidents involving Nasir, however, her family is deciding where to send her next school year, the New York Daily News reported.


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Hotspot Shield is Outstanding

It’s amazing that so many people are really getting to know about this product. I guess it is because it can do so much to protect you from hackers.

If you are in business, if you travel, if you have a phone …you need Hotspot Shield!

It will hide your IP address from anyone trying to get your personal information. It does not matter what device you are on it works well on all of them.

The other thing I love about this product is that it is still tax-deductible.

Hotspot Shield can be turned on and off at will and it never slows down your service.

Until you’ve been hacked you just don’t understand how powerful this program is. You can unblock the web with Hotspot Shield Elite VPN! Get lightning fast internet speeds on ALL your devices in one click! Hotspot Shield protects your privacy by never logging your identity or activities.

Sadly we all missed the promotional pricing of this product. It is a little bit higher pricing right now and it appears to raise in pricing every time they hit a new benchmark. Better get it while it still cheap.

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Look it’s a scary world out there and the more you know the safer you’ll be. So here is some information you need to know and it may just save your life!

Question: Is your nail salon protecting you?

This report has a twofold purpose. One to get you educated about dangers right under your noise, and also to help you protect yourself. 

When getting a much-needed mani or pedi, usually the only things to worry about are a long wait or your favorite color being out of stock. Unfortunately, some potential dangers may also be lurking in the salon that isn’t so pretty. In 2014, a 22-year-old Brazilian woman may have contracted HIV – simply by getting her nails done.

The woman was diagnosed with advanced HIV, but she didn’t participate in any of the most common risk factors. She never had sex, surgery, a blood transfusion or any tattoos or piercings. Her unique case was published in the journal AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.

How could this have happened?

Ten years before her diagnosis, the woman remembered sharing nail instruments with her cousin who was a manicurist. The cousin was later diagnosed with HIV. The two women had very similar strains of the virus.

According to U.S. News & World Report, about 75 percent of salons in the U.S. don’t follow state protocol for disinfection, leaving you at risk of serious infections, like HIV or hepatitis C.

Contracting HIV in a nail salon is a possibility, say experts. “Any sharp instrument could theoretically carry this risk,” Dr. Ronald Hershow, an infectious disease expert at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health, who has studied HIV in women told Yahoo Health.


The skin around nails is extremely sensitive and when doing manicures and pedicures Dr. Hershow explained, “they use metal instruments and files, and there might be blood or blood-derived body fluids, like the oozy material that comes out of a skin lesion. If you’re filing a cuticle and get a little blood on the file, then use it on a person, there would be some risk, yes.”

This, of course, makes businesses that offer piercings, acupuncture, and tattooing also potential sites for risk. According to HIV experts, instruments that can penetrate the skin or become contaminated with blood should be sterilized or thrown away after ONE use. These include:

  • Razors, cuticle scissors, and tweezers
  • Ear piercing devices
  • Needles used for hair removal (electrolysis), acupuncture and tattooing







Protect Yourself

Salons are high-traffic areas and there’s no way you can control who will be there before you or after you. However, you can do your due diligence to make sure that your salon and manicurist are providing quality services that minimize health risks. Here are a few things you can do to protect yourself.

Ask about the disinfection practices.

Most salons will have UV sterilizers displayed for their customers’ peace of mind, but you may be shocked to find out that these may be just for show! Many salons have fake “blue light toasters” that offer nothing more than the depiction of sterilization. For a more guaranteed sterilization, ask your tech to soak tools and cleanse bowls and stations in a barbicide bath. This blue solution has proven effective to kill tuberculosis, hepatitis B and hepatitis C and HIV-1. Image result for small hiv ribbon

Ensure the manicurist is wearing protection.

It is recommended that salon workers wear latex or vinyl gloves (inquire about the type if you have allergies) during contact with customers if they have open sores or broken skin on their hands.


Say no to the wrong tools. 

Due to safety concerns, many salons have gotten away from using razors or graters to remove dead skin. If your technician attempts to use these tools, it’s okay to say no. Also, politely stop them if you notice they are attempting to re-use a tool. It’s okay to ask for tools that are fresh out of the package or retrieved from where it is being disinfected.

Bring your own tools. 

Feel free to bring your own nail files and cuticle tools, this way you know you are the only person to use them. As an extra precaution, you can also make sure your nail technician is using the proper filing technique. Filing in both directions makes your nails split and compromises their health. The proper way to file the nails is from corner to center in one direction.

If you believe you’ve been put at risk for HIV, discovering your status a decade later like the woman in Brazil does not have to be your story. After a minimum of three months, you can learn your HIV status via a test either by your doctor or even in the privacy of your home with the OraQuick at-home test. #OraQuick is FDA approved and is the same test used by health professionals.

It comes directly to your door. In the privacy of your home, you can take the test.

It’s easy and quick to do, just follow the instructions and you’ll get your results.

It is always recommended that you speak to your health care professional about your continued care and lifestyle.


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Internet privacy is a huge topic. I decided to get Hotspot Shield. maybe you should also. Here is why you need to get this NOW!

This way when you travel with your phone, laptop, I-whatever, you’ll be protected from anyone getting your personal information!

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