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  1. Im so bad. … I keep forgetting to do this, lol. Well, I do get some good alerts and stuff in some fb groups I join, so heres one that popped up it here from The Good Human…. I WANT these shoes!!! 🙂 (They have mens styles too, and kids).

    Product Details

    Each port brings something different. In tribute to this mix of cultural influences, these new TOMS Classics feature abstract sailing inspired patterns, and are made using sustainable materials.

    • Livity Texture Twill upper material made of hemp and recycled plastic bottles.

    • Vegan friendly, using no animal products

    Made with recycled and sustainable materials

    • Insole features EVA cushion, latex arch support, and a canvas cover for breathability

    • Outsole utilizes recycled EVA scraps

    Its not so much the vegan aspect, but try to find decent shoes without petro-rubber…. anyway,  I dont like to mail order shoes, they have a store locator thingie too.

    • Edger on May 25, 2010 at 19:58

    Gallup, May 18, 2010

    Vote for Congress Remains Tied Among Registered Voters

    PRINCETON, NJ — Gallup Daily tracking for the week ending May 16 finds the two major political parties essentially tied in the congressional voting preferences of registered voters nationally. Of voters surveyed, 46% favor Republican candidates and 45% Democratic candidates.


    This is the eighth straight week that support for Republican candidates matches or exceeds support for Democratic candidates, and it is line with the rough parity between the two parties seen since January.

    Historically, Republicans have had a significant turnout advantage in midterm elections, shifting the gap in voter support for the two parties by five percentage points, on average, in their direction. This means that if Republican and Democratic candidates still enjoy equal support from all registered voters by Election Day, Republican candidates would most likely receive a higher percentage of the actual votes cast, given the typical 40% voter turnout rate. Republicans would also be virtually guaranteed major seat gains, possibly putting them in range of recapturing majority control of the U.S. House.

    Stability Is the Name of the Game

    With six months remaining before the election, it is too soon to be making such predictions — Gallup typically does not begin to identify likely voters and measure probable turnout until the fall of a midterm election year. However, history does suggest that the underlying voting preferences in place today are more likely than not to continue.

    • on May 26, 2010 at 08:56

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