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Friday, September 07, 2012

Judge orders accused Texas base gunman to shave or be shaved - Yahoo! News

Judge orders accused Texas base gunman to shave or be shaved - Yahoo! News

This bothers me to no end. I haven't been on here in a while, but this article had me fuming so I decided to get back in to the swing of writing posts again.

First of all, this monster is simply using the beard issue as a delay tactic. The Army has a strict grooming standard that can be enforced by the UCMJ. Use it and don't look back. The beard issue is getting in the way of of bringing this idiot to trial.

Second of all, get him in front of a military tribunal swiftly and begin the proceedings now. This man is living on borrowed time and the horror of the act that he committed is tragically relived by 13 families on a daily basis.

The very idea that someone in the medical community, and that too someone that people were supposed to turn to for help, would commit such an atrocity is vile and disgusting.

As a retired US Army officer of ethnic background, who is the son of a retired US Naval officer, who both served with distinction, we feel that this sorry excuse for a human being be brought to justice, but do so swiftly. I am not of the same faith and religion that this man supposedly belonged to, but if I was, I would be deeply embarrassed for my people and faith, and call upon those who are, to loudly and quite vocally press for justice in this matter.


Thursday, May 03, 2012

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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

THE NO.1 IDIOT OF THE OCCUPY WALL STREET PROTESTS.






Another protester who does not really know what he's protesting about.
He just wants free money because "that's what he wants."

His sign says, "Throw me a bone, pay my tuition." Brilliant.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Spectator Throws Hot Dog at Tiger Woods (Actual Video)



National Hot Dog and Sausage Council Calls Tiger Woods Hot Dog Incident Reprehensible and a Violation of Hot Dog Etiquette

Monday, October 10, 2011


Washington, D.C. The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council today declared an act of violence against Tiger Woods that involved a hot dog reprehensible.

The use of an iconic food in an act of violence against an iconic golfer like Tiger Woods is reprehensible -- and a violation of hot dog etiquette. "Some might call the thrower a wiener,but we'd say that's too high a compliment,"said Council President Janet Riley . Hot dogs are meant to be enjoyed not weaponized.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Monday, July 11, 2011

7-Eleven Toasts 84 Years of Convenience with 5 Million Free Slurpee Drinks




DALLAS, July 8, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- They have become summer traditions -- fireworks on the Fourth, baseball games, hot dog-eating contests and free Slurpee® drinks at 7-Eleven® stores on July 11, 7-Eleven Day.

7-Eleven, Inc., the company that invented convenience retailing 84 years ago in Dallas, Texas, invites customers to celebrate its birthday this coming Monday with a free 7.11-ounce frozen Slurpee drink. Participating 7-Eleven stores across the U.S. and Canada will serve up 5 million free 7.11-ounce Slurpee frozen carbonated beverages this day while supplies last.

In Boston, the Dorchester 7-Eleven store (730 Morrissey Blvd.) will be hosting a Slurpee-bration from 8-10 a.m. featuring music, free Slurpees, and one-minute challenges for larger prizes, including a $100 convenience card and a chance to win one national prize: a house party for a Slurpee fan and their friends.

"7-Eleven Day and giving away free Slurpee beverages is our way of thanking customers for their patronage throughout the year and showing appreciation for their support," said Jesus Delgado-Jenkins, 7-Eleven's senior vice president of merchandising, marketing and logistics. "Five million is the most Slurpee drinks we've ever given away in a day; just two years ago, we handed out 3 million," he added.

"7-Eleven Day is synonymous with free Slurpee day, because of how popular the Slurpee giveaway has become. We've been serving free Slurpees on July 11 since our 75th birthday in 2002, and it continues to be a hit with customers. Even without the 5 million free Slurpee drinks, July is the biggest month of the year for Slurpee sales."

July 11 marks the day that the world's No. 1 convenience retailer observes its birthday and other company milestones. 7-Eleven, the world's first convenience store, began its run in 1927 when a Southland Ice Company employee started selling bread, milk and eggs on an ice dock in a Dallas suburb. Since that inauspicious start, "convenience" has become big business. The small ice company has grown into a major international retailing chain with 8,600 7-Eleven stores in North America and approximately 41,500 stores worldwide.

About 7-Eleven, Inc.
7-Eleven, Inc. is the premier name and largest chain in the convenience retailing industry. Based in Dallas, Texas, 7-Eleven operates, franchises or licenses more than 8,600 7-Eleven® stores in North America. Globally, there are approximately 41,400 7-Eleven stores in 16 countries. During 2010, 7-Eleven stores worldwide generated total sales close to $63 billion. 7-Eleven has been honored by a number of companies and organizations recently. Accolades include: #2 on Forbes magazine's 2011 list of Top Franchises for the Money; #4 spot on Entrepreneur magazine's Franchise 500 list for 2009, #3 in Forbes magazine's Top 20 Franchises to Start, and #2 in Franchise Times Top 200 Franchise Companies. Hispanic Magazine named 7-Eleven in its Hispanic Corporate Top 100 Companies that provide the most opportunities to Hispanics. 7-Eleven received the 2010 Retailer of the Year honor from PL Buyer because of the company's private-label brand initiative. 7-Eleven is franchising its stores in the U.S. and expanding through organic growth, acquisitions and its Business Conversion Program. Find out more online at www.7-Eleven.com.
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Friday, June 17, 2011

My review of: SPIDERMAN Turn off the Dark







So a couple of days ago I get an email from IAVA informing me that I was to be the recipient of two tickets to SPIDERMAN turn off the Dark as part of their partnership with Miller brewing.

I was ecstatic that I could go and take my son to go see this Broadway play. We had heard the unflattering reviews and jokes about it on the morning radio, but nevertheless I wanted to see what a 70 million dollar production might have to offer.



We got there about an hour beforehand to collect our tickets at will call. We got our tickets and then took a quick walking tour of the area. We returned, only to find out that for some reason our two seats in the orchestra area were not seated together. I checked back with the box office and at first they kinda shrugged their shoulders but then after a quick huddle they reissued two tickets that happened to be balcony box seats. My son was excited because he perceived them to be an upgrade, but in reality these seats are essentially obstructed view seats, however I was, not for a second, going to be ungrateful for seats given to me by IAVA.

We got to the seats and began to watch the show. I'm not sure if the critics were wrong, or if the critics were initially right and the show adjusted things based on the initial critics hammering the show, but I gotta say the show was absolutely fantastic.

Between the spectacle of the sets, the amazing aerial acrobatics, and the awesome musical score by Bono and The Edge, this show rocked! Now at one point the aerial system did shut down to protect the performers but the audience was more than willing to wait while the systems reset themselves, and was even entertained by an ad-libbing Spiderman as he broke out into a tap dance routine. It to me, actually validated that the performance was very real and could even be dangerous.

SPIDERMAN Turn Off the Dark, is actually a live 3d show. The memories that I have from today's performance will last a lifetime, and now has me feeling guilty that my wife and daughter didn't get to see it (yet). This time we'll return with them and definitely choose orchestra seating.

For those that go expecting a great work of literary art adapted for Broadway, please save your money. It's based off a comic book for god's sake! But for a great adaptation of a beloved comic book character in a play that pushes the boundaries of spectacle, then surrender your plastic at the door, I believe you will see something you haven't seen before in theatrical history.





Professor Hans Von Puppet Discusses Anthony Weiner's Resignation

Here to make sense of Anthony Weiner's resignation is Professor Hans Von Puppet




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Thursday, June 16, 2011

The tweet that tried to cover it all up (so to speak).

Since he frantically couldn't find the "UNSEND" button, he began to claim his account was hacked. Ironically if he had just owned up to the pics he might still have had a chance of staying in office. It's the fabricated hacking story that probably did him in.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Anthony Weiner Talking about Twitter, and his Name - March 2011

What a difference a couple of months can make!

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Professor Hans Von Puppet discusses Sarah Palin and Paul Revere on Tastymistake.com



Professor Hans Von Puppet discusses Sarah Palin and Paul Revere on Tastymistake.com

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So recently Sarah Palin made a statement about Paul Revere ( http://youtu.be/zGspFcpGt9w )

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Sarah Palin on Paul Revere:
"He who warned, uh, the … the British that they weren’t gonna be takin’ away our arms, uh, by ringin’ those bells and, um, by makin’ sure that as he’s ridin’ his horse through town to send those warnin’ shots and bells that, uh, we were gonna be secure and we were gonna be free … and we were gonna be armed."

Sunday, June 05, 2011

Couple forecloses on the bank? Yeppers!

A couple turns the tables on the bank.

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Dunkin' Donuts on Sunday

In my very humble opinion, Dunkin' Donuts should be considered healthy food on Sunday Mornings. It will be proven that the planetary alignments negates the caffeine, sugar, and carbs on a molecular level. Trust me, I'm an engineer.

Monday, May 23, 2011

The Return of Urban Blight?








No, I’m not referring to the term about urban decay, I’m referring to the band.
So a couple of weeks ago, I'm scanning my facebook news feed and I see this:


Seeing this admittedly evoked an emotional response in me. I was introduced to this band up in college, when a girl who had graduated from Bronx Science ( my high school rival) mentioned that there was a band coming up from NYC to play, and a lot of the members were from my high school alma mater Stuyvesant High. Apparently they had graduated about 5 years before me so I wasn’t very familiar with them. So in 1986 we made the trek to a downtown hotspot called Hunts in Burlington Vermont. I was not disappointed.
What I heard that night was a combination of The English Beat, mixed in with some Bob Marley, mixed in with a dash of Run DMC. Their tunes were catchy, the music was phenomenal, and  it was a night I never forgot.
Through the years, the band got pretty popular amongst the college circuit, and the NYC music scene. They returned to our university several times and I never missed an opportunity to catch them.  I got to hang out with them a few times after they played, and we shared conversation mostly about Stuy and the teachers we knew. When I started to DJ parties for a little extra cash with a good friend of mine, we always played a bit of their tuneage as well.
I caught them a couple of times after college graduation when they played in various NYC hotspots.
These guys were good, and I knew they would make it big. Sadly, and I’ve never really known why, I was mistaken. UB faded from the music scene, and I believe in 1998 the band went their separate ways.
Fast forward to the year 2010 and I found a box of cassette tapes in my house. In it, was a bootleg tape that I had recorded from that very first encounter with them in 1986 up in Burlington Vt. I wondered how it would sound, I went down to the basement dusted off a boombox, and brought it up to the kitchen. I placed the tape in and hit play, and instantly I was transported to a time where I was 24 years younger. The tape sounded great and soon my 13 year old and 7 year old, saw their old man bopping around the kitchen listening to the awesome sounds of Urban Blight. My kids like their vibe as well.
Did I mention these guys were good?
Later that evening,while surfing the net, I found them on Youtube. Apparently they had a reunion where the played for the night in the Canal Room in NYC. I was bummed that I had missed it, but real happy to see them jamming like they used to. My son who is a musician (keyboards and bass) and has an old soul when it comes to music immediately said,  “These guy’s are good”. He chuckled at some of their choreography as band, which was always visually catchy.
So that was about a year ago... And then I saw the facebook post. WOW. I didn’t wait, I called right away bought my ticket (I was going with, or without anyone), and then I RSVP’d on the post itself. I shared the invitation with others.I shared with those that I remember to be big UB fans as well...and then it began to happen again, not sure why but I couldn’t get any traction in trying to get a bunch of fans together for what could be a chance to see a band that we had seen 25 years ago. I didn’t care, I was going. I ended up roping my best friend along (the same guy that DJ’d with me back in school).
The show was a benefit for a Children’s Art Museum, and was going to be on from 6-9 pm. I had every reason, after camping with my son’s scout troop in rainy and muddy conditions on Friday into Sat, and then going to see a Beatles revival concert on Saturday night, to call it quits as I was a wee bit tired, but I wasn’t going to miss this.
My buddy and I first shared shared some great ethnic middle eastern food at Mamouns, and then headed in .
We got to Webster hall around 6:45 ish and I thought perhaps we had missed some of their opening songs, but I was happy to be wrong. There were a two other bands that would play before UB would take the stage.
I did a quick recon of the surroundings and noticed that there was a balcony level with a much better vantage point of the stage, so we made our way to the top level only to realize that we had some how inadvertently gained entry to the VIP level. Security just assumed that if we were up there , we should be there and actually ushered us into our primo viewing area. Well, who were we to argue with anyone right? We settled in with a couple of Corona’s and awaited UB.
My buddy and I looked at the program and noticed that the band opening for Urban Blight would be John Oliver. I had never heard of them, but soon came to realize it wasn't the John Oliver Band, it was John Oliver, the British Comic from the Daily Show. Well, he came on and delivered his set. The crowd was receptive but a bit small, and still had some kids present from earlier benefit activities , so John couldn't deliver any racy stuff. One joke though stood out in his gig. It was a joke about how nowadays, during live performances , people will stand there and film an event on their camera phones, as opposed to enjoying it in real life, right then and there. I thought about it , chuckled to myself on how true that was...and then realized that was what I was about to do myself. I figured if I could keep Urban Blight alive for me, in the form of cassette tape, twenty five years later, I could do the same with the high definition camera built into my phone, with perhaps better results...And thus the idea of this article was born. I would film UB on stage and then place it up on the net for others to enjoy with my secret intent that perhaps it might spark a bit of a UB revival.
When Urban Blight took the stage I really just wanted to go downstairs and bounce around a bit, but I noticed no videographers present, so I almost felt compelled to take video of the event. After all, we somehow had stumbled upon the expensive seats, so mine as well put them to good use.
I have to admit, I was wondering after 25 years would these guys still have it? Could they deliver the same music, could they  bounce around on stage like they used to? And the answer to that question was simply, "Yes".
Urban Blight came out and did their thing, and it was like they had never left. In fact they almost seemed better.
What follows is the video footage that I took last night. I'm hoping the band doesn't have an issue with me posting them up...but as a true fan, I'm hoping that in some way this helps in the return of Urban Blight, and this time I'm hoping they do make it big.
Did I mention these guys are good?
-AGK

Here are videos of the concert. For the best viewing effect go to full screen for each video by clicking on the full screen icon in the bottom right hand corner of each screen.


 I hope you enjoy the videos as much as I enjoyed Urban Blight's latest concert. Please tell your fellow UB fans about this page and perhaps their latest concert won't be their last.




























































Thursday, February 03, 2011

Niacin


Niacin is used with diet changes (restriction of cholesterol and fat intake) to reduce the amount of cholesterol and certain fatty substances in your blood. Niacin is also used to prevent and treat pellagra (niacin deficiency), a disease caused by inadequate diet and other medical problems. Niacin is a B-complex vitamin.

I've recently started taking Niacin as an over the counter on the advice of a physician who happens to be a family member. Your results may vary so make sure you check with your physician.

For more info check out the wikipedia on Niacin at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niacin



Sunday, January 16, 2011

Medifast Coupon until Jan 31

Medifast - $50 off any purchase of $275 or more! Use Coupon Code: JAN31H good until 1-31-11

The Medifast Plan – Does Medifast Work?
By Jenni Kerala

If you’ve been thinking about using Medifast for your diet, you probably have one very important question: Does Medifast work?

I can tell you that it does work, but since I’m pretty sure you want to hear more than that, let’s take a look at the Medifast diet plan and hopefully I can answer not only the question, “Does Medifast work?” but also, “why” it works.

What is the Medifast Plan?

Medifast is essentially a very low calorie meal replacement program. The Medifast foods come in the form of shakes, bars, soups and other items and they are the mainstay of the program. The meal replacement items are designed to meet all of your nutritional requirements.

In addition to the packaged foods, you’ll also eat one lean & green meal that you prepare for yourself each day, made up for protein and vegetables; for example, roast chicken and big salad.

Why does Medifast work?

I think one of the big reasons that Medifast works is that in addition to the program being quite low calorie (around 1000 calories a day), it also tends to be low carb as well. By eliminating many of the carbs we usually eat, Medifast helps reduce the constant cravings for more food. Most Medifast dieters find that after the first 3-4 days, they no longer feel hungry all the time so the temptation to cheat isn’t always getting in the way.

The other reason that I think the program works is that it eliminates a lot of the mealtime planning. In all likelihood, you could probably loose a similar amount of weight following a plan like Atkins or the South Beach diet, but both of those diet plans will involve a lot more time dedicated to planning your meals, and thus, thinking about food constantly. But with Medifast, you only really have to think about one meal per day.

Eventually you’ll have to start thinking about food again someday — when you’ve lost your weight and need to plan how you’re going to keep that weight gone. But I think there’s a lot to be said for not having to worry so much about every meal while you are actively dieting. It can help break that cycle, particularly if you get a bit obsessive about food.

So I think if you’re looking for a solid diet plan, especially if you have a significant amount of weight to lose, then Medifast is worthy of your consideration. Medifast does work, especially if you follow the plan. And with the variety of foods that they offer, it’s really not a difficult plan to follow either.

If you’d like a rundown of some of my favorite Medifast foods, for tips on what to order and what to avoid, then check out my review of all the different Medifast foods before placing your first order.

Jenni Kerala reviews many popular diet plans and offers dieting and weight loss tips. If you’re thinking about losing weight with Medifast, you can read a complete Medifast Plan review on her website.

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Digishow DSHA-R-01.00 LED Handheld Projector

So the Digishow is a new LED Handheld projector that takes portability to a whole new level. Take a look at this video that details some of the features of this amazing audio visual equipment:





  • Compact, lightweight and highly portable
  • Composite video plug-n-play ready
  • Companion to mobile devices such as portable media players, digital cameras, mobile phones
  • Built-in rechargeable battery provides continuous projection for up to 2 hours
  • 640x480 VGA resolution

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Frequently Asked Questions




Q - What is the maximum image size that can be projected?
A - 70+ inch (diagonal) in a dark room.

Q - How long is does the battery run the projector for?
A - The battery will last up to 2hrs after being completely charged. The projector can also run whilst charging to allow extended use.

Q - How bright is the image from the projector?
A - 10 lumens. This will allow you to project in most circumstances.

Q - What is the lamp life of the projector?
A - This projector doesnt use a lamp, it uses a Light Emitting Diode (LED) which lasts for a minimum of 10,000 hours.

Q - What resolution does the projector have?
A - 640 x 480 pixels -in VGA resolution.

Q - Does it have a speaker?
A - Yes the unit has its own independent speaker so you can enjoy sound directly from the projector.

Q - Will the unit work with any phone?
A - Smartphones enabled with "TV-Out" or "Video out" functionality will work with Digishow. This includes the Nokia N95, Apple iPhone and many more. Click here for a PDF File containing them.

Q. How to connect the Digishow projector to an iPhone / iPod?
A - Please follow the instructions below to connect to an iPhone

1. Turn on your Apple iPhone / iPod and connect it to your Digishow projector using the Apple Connector Kit..
2. Turn on your Digishow Projector.
3. Go to the "Settings" menu and choose "Video".
4. Select TV Output mode.
5. You will now have a projected video image from your Digishow Projector up to 70".

Why We Love Apple TV

Why We Love Apple TV:








The sleek new Apple TV is small in size but big on entertainment. Rent from the largest selection of HD movies or rent TV shows in HD, commercial free. Stream directly from the huge catalog of Netflix titles. Watch your favorite YouTube videos. And enjoy music and photos from your home computer on your home theater system. All you need is a single HDMI cable to set it up.

With the Apple TV, you can rent thousands of commercial free, high-definition TV episodes for just 99¢ per episode. Once you rent an episode, you have 30 days to press Play, then it's yours for the next 48 hours. You can also rent over 7,000 movies with over 3,400 available in HD--and most new releases are available the same day they're released on DVD. The Apple TV also connects to your home computer (either Mac or Windows PC), and you'll be able to stream all your purchased music, TV shows, movies as well as podcasts and photo slideshows from your computer directly to your HDTV via the Apple TV.

Featuring ultra-fast Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking (as well as a wired Ethernet connection) and an internal power supply, and the Apple TV offers silent, cool, very low power operation in an enclosure that's less than four inches square--80 percent smaller than the previous generation. Control the Apple TV using the included seven-button aluminum Apple Remote, or use your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and the Remote app--a free download from the iTunes App Store.


Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Coffee People Donut Shop K-Cups

Every now and then I like to make a blog post that is short and sweet and this is one of them.

I like coffee.

I like easy to make coffee and coffee that will get me going when I've spent precious hours of sleep surfing the net when I should have given credence to Mr. Sandman.

The coffee I like is:

Coffee People Donut Shop K-Cups

And instead of Prince saying, "I think I better dance now ", I say, watch this video eye candy:








Saturday, January 01, 2011

Workout To Get Your Fat Loss Engines Going

Workout To Get Your Fat Loss Engines Going

Multiplanar Movements are exercises that ensure you are moving in all dimensions (Forward and Back, Side to Side, and Rotation). Why do you want to do this? By choosing exercises that move your body in all directions you will be increasing your fat loss results exponentially.

Let’s say you wanted to train your legs and butt. A typical Leg Press machine would just have you working in the Forward and Back direction. But what if you chose to do a Squat instead? Here’s how you could hit all directions:

1. Basic Squat – Feet shoulder width apart and sit back as if you were going to sit on a bench and then use your legs and butt to come back up to a standing position. (Forward and Back)
2. Side Squat – Perform the same squatting movement but now step out to the side, alternating left and right, with each squat. (Side to Side)
3. Sumo Walk Squat – Go down into a squat position and walk forward and back like a sumo wrestler would. (Rotation)

As you can see, this will take A LOT more muscles than just a plain old leg press and give you much, much better results.

This is exactly what Dr. K does for all of his patients and includes these workouts in his incredible Double Edged Fat Loss Program.

I asked Dr. K if he could give my readers a sample workout so you can try this method out for yourself. You’ll not only see what a kick butt workout this is, but also, how quickly you’ll experience awesome results.

Try this Muiltiplanar Movement Workout to get your fat burning engines moving right now:

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

One of the most amazing sites you will ever see on the net!

THIS WEB SITE IS PHENOMENAL! And there is an iPhone app as well. Watch the preview when you have the time and it will boggle your mind. There are no limits to what you can do with this website...it is a "keeper!"

Watch the Introduction first:

http://www.wolframalpha.com/screencast/introducingwolframalpha.html
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Then save the Site in your favorites: http://www.wolframalpha.com/

Monday, May 17, 2010

Recipe for Laughter

Recipe for laughter:
1) Go on field trip with daughter and get on school bus.
2) Hold coffee cup in one hand while taking pictures on bumpy bus of daughter's classmates.
3) Tip coffee cup towards yourself while asking kids to say "cheese" and proceed to spill coffee on yourself at precise moment of taking picture.
4) Receive large amounts of laughter.
5) Sit through entire movie with coffee on a favorite shirt.
6) Maintain composure and put on permagrin while 1st graders repeatedly ask you if you enjoyed the coffee.

I can guarantee that above recipe works very well.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir - 'Lux Aurumque'

Saw this on TED today and was pretty amazed at the simplicity and complexity at the same time. Pretty amazed at the power of collaboration that the internet is bringing to us.

Sunday, April 04, 2010

Lose It! Daily Summary for Sat, Apr 3rd


 

Daily Summary for Sat, Apr 3rd


Calorie Summary
Daily calorie budget 1,327
Food calories consumed 1,329
Exercise calories burned 509
Net calories for the day 820
+/- for the day 507 under budget

Teeccino Almond Amaretto
Daily Log Calories
Breakfast 230
Whole Wheat Buttermilk Pancake Mix 0.333 Cup 130
Flaxseed Meal 2 Tablespoons 60
2 Cups 40
Lunch 464
Chicken, broiler/fryer, thigh, w/o skin, rstd 1 Each 109
Green & Blacks 70% Dark Chocolate 8 Pieces 160
Nuts, almonds, whole 8 Each 55
Silk Chocolate Soymilk 1 Cup 140
Dinner 280
Chicken, broiler/fryer, thigh, w/o skin, rstd 1.5 Each 163
Carrots, fresh, med 2 Each 50
Tomatoes, fresh, med 1 Each 35
Onion, white, fresh, chpd 0.5 Cup 32
Snacks 355
Pie, mincemeat, prep f/recipe, 9" 0.5 Piece 238
Voortman Omega-3 Flax Seed Cookies 1 Piece 90
Coffee, brewed w/tap water 6 Fluid ounces 2
Topping, whipped, non dairy 2 Tablespoons 25
  Nutrient data missing for: Fiber
Exercises 509
Treadmill @ 3mph on Incline 10 50 Min 509
Nutrient Summary % Calories
Fat 54g 36.1%
   Saturated Fat 17g
Protein 57g 16.9%
Carbohydrates 159g 47%
   Sugars 74g
   Fiber 24g
Cholesterol 124mg
Sodium 961mg
Report generated by Lose It!. For more information or to sign up for your free Lose It! account, please visit http://www.loseit.com

Saturday, April 03, 2010

Lose It! Daily Summary for Fri, Apr 2nd



 

Daily Summary for Fri, Apr 2nd


Calorie Summary
Daily calorie budget 1,327
Food calories consumed 2,012
Exercise calories burned 1,304
Net calories for the day 708
+/- for the day 619 under budget

Daily Log Calories
Breakfast 388
Bob's Red Mill Organic Whole Grain High Fiber Hot Cereal 0.333 Cup 150
Flaxseed Meal 2 Tablespoons 60
Hershey's Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips 0.75 Tablespoon 52
Dutch Gold Pure Honey From Blueberry Blossoms 16 Grams 46
Sorrento Part Skim Mozzarella Cheese 1 Ounce 80
Lunch 622
Isopure Alpine Punch Protein Shake 1 Scoop 105
So Delicious Coconut Milk 1 Cup 80
Sambazon Acai Organic Berry Puree 1 Package 75
Pepperidge Farms Light Style ExtraFiber Wheat Bread 2 Slices 80
Avocado, Calif, fresh 1 Each 227
Nuts, almonds, whole 8 Each 55
Dinner 461
Bread, Italian, lrg slice 2 Each 163
Eggplant, stmd 0.75 Cup 19
Nucci's Pizza Slice 2 Slices 280
  Nutrient data missing for: Fiber, Sugars
Snacks 540
Zico Pure Coconut Water 8 Ounces 44
Silk Chocolate Soymilk 0.5 Cup 70
Green & Blacks 70% Dark Chocolate 3 Pieces 60
Hershey's Dark Chocolate Kisses 1 Piece 20
Chicken, broiler/fryer, leg, w/o skin, rstd 1 Each 181
Soy Milk, original, extra, fortified 8 Fluid ounces 130
Mandarin Oranges, clementine, fresh 1 Each 35
  Nutrient data missing for: Chol., Sat. Fat.
Exercises 1304
Treadmill @3.5 mph Incline 10 35 Min 388
Treadmill @ 3mph on Incline 10 1 Hour 30 Min 916
Nutrient Summary % Calories
Fat 84g 35.6%
   Saturated Fat 25g
Protein 117g 22.2%
Carbohydrates 222g 42.2%
   Sugars 70g
   Fiber 36g
Cholesterol 132mg
Sodium 1,883mg
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Friday, April 02, 2010

Lose It! Daily Summary for Thu, Apr 1st




 

Daily Summary for Thu, Apr 1st


Calorie Summary
Daily calorie budget 1,327
Food calories consumed 1,466
Exercise calories burned 822
Net calories for the day 644
+/- for the day 682 under budget

Daily Log Calories
Breakfast 315
Bob's Red Mill Organic Whole Grain High Fiber Hot Cereal 0.333 Cup 150
Flaxseed Meal 2 Tablespoons 60
Hershey's Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips 0.75 Tablespoon 52
Dutch Gold Pure Honey From Blueberry Blossoms 16 Grams 46
Hershey's Unsweetened Cocoa 0.333 Tablespoon 7
Lunch 193
Pepperidge Farms Light Style ExtraFiber Wheat Bread 1 Slice 40
MaraNatha Dark Chocolate Almond 0.667 Tablespoon 60
Zico Pure Coconut Water 6 Ounces 33
Salada White Tea 1 Serving 0
Madhava Agave Nectar 0.333 Tablespoon 20
Green & Blacks 70% Dark Chocolate 2 Pieces 40
Dinner 523
Pepperidge Farms Light Style ExtraFiber Wheat Bread 2 Slices 80
Bison 6 Ounces 285
Broccoli, stmd 1 Cup 44
Pineapple, fresh, chunks 0.25 Cup 21
Healthy Indulgence Rich Dark Chocolate 1 Piece 25
Nuts, almonds, whole 10 Each 69
Snacks 435
Avocado, Calif, fresh 0.75 Each 170
Pepperidge Farms Light Style ExtraFiber Wheat Bread 1.5 Slices 60
Mandarin Oranges, clementine, fresh 1 Each 35
  Nutrient data missing for: Chol., Sat. Fat.
MaraNatha Dark Chocolate Almond 0.333 Tablespoon 30
Nucci's Pizza Slice 1 Slice 140
  Nutrient data missing for: Fiber, Sugars
Exercises 822
Treadmill @3.25 MPH Incline 10 25 Min 262
Treadmill @ 3mph on Incline 10 55 Min 560
Nutrient Summary % Calories
Fat 67g 37.6%
   Saturated Fat 16g
Protein 76g 19.1%
Carbohydrates 172g 43.2%
   Sugars 58g
   Fiber 39g
Cholesterol 98mg
Sodium 900mg
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Thursday, April 01, 2010

Lose It! Daily Summary for Wed, Mar 31st



 

Daily Summary for Wed, Mar 31st


Calorie Summary
Daily calorie budget 1,327
Food calories consumed 1,059
Exercise calories burned 418
Net calories for the day 640
+/- for the day 686 under budget

Daily Log Calories
Breakfast 308
Bob's Red Mill Organic Whole Grain High Fiber Hot Cereal 0.333 Cup 150
Flaxseed Meal 2 Tablespoons 60
Hershey's Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips 0.75 Tablespoon 52
Dutch Gold Pure Honey From Blueberry Blossoms 16 Grams 46
Lunch 230
Isopure Cookies And Cream Protein Shake 1 Scoop 105
Flaxseed Meal 1 Tablespoon 30
Smart Balance Naturally Sweetened Peanut Butter 1 Tablespoon 95
Dinner 394
So Delicious Coconut Milk 1 Cup 80
Murray's Uncured Chicken Bacon 1 Slice 35
Dr. Prager's Broccoli Pancales 1 Serving 80
Bread, Italian, lrg slice 1 Each 81
Green & Blacks 70% Dark Chocolate 3 Pieces 60
MaraNatha Dark Chocolate Almond 0.333 Tablespoon 30
Nuts, almonds, whole 4 Each 28
Snacks 127
Mr. Spice Hot Wing Sauce 0.333 Tablespoon 5
Pork, tenderloin, rstd 2 Ounces 83
Cabbage, fresh, chpd 0.5 Cup 11
Zico Pure Coconut Water 5 Ounces 27
Exercises 418
Treadmill @3.25 MPH Incline 10 40 Min 418
Nutrient Summary % Calories
Fat 46g 36.9%
   Saturated Fat 14g
Protein 71g 25.4%
Carbohydrates 106g 37.8%
   Sugars 40g
   Fiber 23g
Cholesterol 64mg
Sodium 855mg
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