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Rx Ranger
bentonville, Arkansas
logger, teacher, pharmacy tech, grandpa...
Interests: books and people...
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How to Send Photos to the Walmart WebsiteHow to Download Microsoft Picture itHow to Create Customized Photo Gifts on the Walmart Digital Photo CenterHow to Download Pictures Into a Computer Using Media CenterHow to Choose a Photo Editor Program to Open Automatically via Continue reading
Reblogged Jul 12, 2010 at Ranger Rx
I'd like to share my Walmart Digital Photo Center photos with you. Once you have checked out my photos you can order prints and upload your own photos to share. Continue reading
Posted Jul 12, 2010 at Ranger Rx
The Death and Life of the Book Review | The Nation most important thing ive read in many weeks Continue reading
Reblogged Jul 3, 2010 at Ranger Rx
NEW gardeners smitten with the experience of growing their own food — amazed at the miracle of harvesting figs on a Brooklyn rooftop, horrified by the flea beetles devouring the eggplants — might be both inspired and comforted by the highs and lows recorded by Thomas Jefferson from the sun-baked... Continue reading
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Packed small college gym on a cold winter night in ’85, and a friend’s father had driven us to campus to see Manute Bol for ourselves. No one had ever seen such a sight on the basketball court, arms and legs that went on forever, rising and rising until they... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 20, 2010 at Ranger Rx
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Reblogged Jun 17, 2010 at Ranger Rx
Experts from several US federal agencies are tracking the spread of the slick and predicting its path using remote sensing equipment, reconnaissance flights and satellite imagery. Data and maps from their research are available online. via Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 14, 2010 at Ranger Rx
The network has identified 18 potential candidates and is asking its audience to find two more. The 20 hopefuls will compete in a series of online challenges this summer designed to reveal their personalities and demonstrate how they connect with Twitter followers. via yes we did go swimmin Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 14, 2010 at Ranger Rx
Josh Haner/The New York Times San Francisco looms large in the imagination of outsiders, who use it as a touchstone to define other places. Above, the city and Marin County, as seen from the Airship Ventures zeppelin. via i first thought of it when the song ARE YOU GOING... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 14, 2010 at Ranger Rx
This copy is for your personal, noncommercial use only. You can order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers here or use the "Reprints" tool that appears next to any article. Visit for samples and additional information. Order a reprint of this article now. via Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 12, 2010 at Ranger Rx
Police officers stand next to the body of young Mexican migrant Sergio Adrian Hernández (14), at the US/Mexico border, under the 'Santa Fe International Cross' gate, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. (June 7) (Jesus Alcazar/AFP/Getty) via see vollman IMPERIAL Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 10, 2010 at Ranger Rx
There has also been anger in Mexico over a new law in the US state of Arizona, which requires police to question people about their immigration status, if officers suspect they are in the US illegally, and if they have stopped them for a legitimate reason via you must... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 8, 2010 at Ranger Rx
Tens of millions of Americans, lumped into a diffuse and fractious movement known as the Christian right, have begun to dismantle the intellectual and scientific rigor of the Enlightenment. They are creating a theocratic state based on “biblical law,” and shutting out all those they define as the enemy. This... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 8, 2010 at Ranger Rx
Much of the buzz is about The Passage — a nearly 800-page brick with a blurb from Stephen King. The Passage is not really a vampire novel in the traditional sense, but it's definitely in the blood and horror genre; it's more like Stephen King's The Stand. A secret military... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 7, 2010 at Ranger Rx
LOS ANGELES — In Santa Monica, women in skintight yoga pants and sunglasses with lenses the size of lazy Susans trot up and down giant concrete steps. Men who look like they could hoist a Mercedes hang from a telephone pole, and trainers roll out yoga mats in the middle... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 5, 2010 at Ranger Rx
Even though the clinical trial was small (just 82 people, with no control group), the results were considered so striking for such sick patients that the study will be featured Sunday at the main session of the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology here. via Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 5, 2010 at Ranger Rx
Assorted pornography, native plants and the Cold War are among the subjects that fill the library of the artist Donald Judd (1928-1994). But you don’t have to travel to Marfa, Tex., to browse the shelves. Today, Web visitors can click on a floor plan of his two-room library to view... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 5, 2010 at Ranger Rx
SUFFERERS ALL Clockwise from top left, William James, Isaac Newton, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Gene Tierney are among the well-known people said to have had a nervous breakdown, or something like it, during their lives. via i am there! kind of Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 3, 2010 at Ranger Rx
The New Yorker has chosen its “20 Under 40” list of fiction writers worth watching, a group assembled by the magazine’s editors in a lengthy, secretive process that has provoked considerable anxiety among young literary types. The list will be published in the double fiction issue of The New Yorker... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 3, 2010 at Ranger Rx
THE idea of a football star receiving lenient treatment after testing positive for drug use would raise no eyebrows at most colleges. But the United States Naval Academy “holds itself to a higher standard,” as its administrators are fond of saying. According to policy set by the chief of naval... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 2, 2010 at Ranger Rx
We hardly need to look at the research to verify that pets do good things for people physically and emotionally. What is interesting in my work with couples is that although couples may vehemently disagree on most topics, they usually both soften in manner and tone to agree that the... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 2, 2010 at Ranger Rx
It is an age-old axiom that little creates absurdities like war, and this notion remains evergreen today. Take the case of the two victims of gunshot wounds shown in Tyler Hicks’s photographs, which accompany this post. via you hurt me so i help you then you kill me..thanks, thanks... Continue reading
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Last year alone, an estimated US$200m was transferred from China to the Russian far east—mostly through the Chinese underground banking system (see box: underground banks)—and invested in casinos, hotels, restaurants, and hostess bars. Large amounts have also been invested in illegal logging and fishing deals, with timber and fish being... Continue reading
Reblogged May 30, 2010 at Ranger Rx