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Free Yoga Classes at Lululemon Stores

Posted Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Calm your mind and energize your body with free yoga classes at Lululemon.   ... FULL POST


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Daihana commented on 30-Sep-2012 11:28 AM
I'm not getting a fcioavn either.Articles don't have datelines any more, which is not good. I want to know before I read an item where it's taking place, not have to plow down to the third or fourth 'graf to find out it's in Regina or someplace irrelevant to my blog.The ends of the stories have:a9 Copyright (c) The Montreal GazetteWhy are they using a real copyright symbol and a fake one on the same line?I'm subtly irked by several other aspects of the site but will think those through a bit.
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Raghav commented on 01-Oct-2012 07:21 AM
No, I honestly don't think they will ever make every peorsn in the U.S. have yearly doctor visits, labs, studies, take medications, or any of that. It would not only take a wholesale changing of the law to be able to do that, but it would be expensive. (And are there actually countries with UHC who force people to accept care? I once put out a query to non-U.S.-based readers about that on my blog, and nobody came forward to tell me that was the case in any place they had lived. If you have different information, I'd be interested in having it.)A lot of people don't go to doctors, ever, regardless of what might be wrong with them. Sometimes the reasons for this are financial; they can't afford to miss work to go see a doctor, or they can't afford the deductibles or co-pays for visits or medications. Sometimes they are so headless-chicken busy that they don't think they can spare the time. Sometimes they don't want to catch a bunch of shit from their doctors for weight, smoking, drinking, drug use, or whatever else doctors like to nag people about. Sometimes they just don't like doctors, period, and don't feel comfortable discussing their health with anyone, or at least not with allopathic practitioners. Or they don't believe any doctor has anything to offer them for their particular condition (possibly on the basis of prior bad experiences).Often these people die without ever being hospitalized, and without the coroner being able to put a cause of death on their death certificates without a postmortem exam, because so little health information about them is available. But many, if not most, of these folks do have some sort of coverage, even if it stinks, and they keep paying premiums; they just don't ever use them. Insurance companies are not about to look that particular gift horse in the mouth and frankly, if they ever do, they don't understand their own best interests.
Lorrayne commented on 02-Oct-2012 09:14 PM
They opened a Lulu in my cogllee town in the fall after I graduation. I kinda wish it was there while I was still at school, but I guess my student budget would really suffer. I've been living outside North America for the past 2.5 years, but still I make it a point to go shopping there at least once per every visit (which is like once per year). I have Lulu shorts, tops, yoga pants, water bottles, headbands, bags. It makes it so much easier to justify the high price tags if you can only do it once a year! (= I spend a few hundred in one go). Now I need a a running skirt!If I could talk to Lulu, I'd ask them to expand to Europe! And if I could pick a brand, that would have to be Apple Probably like 90% of people .
Renan commented on 03-Oct-2012 12:01 AM
lol you guys are so cute jumping aurnod! I have never been to Vancouver. I have been to Windsor, (which is lame) and up until I was eighteen, the farthest I had ever ventured into Canada was Point Pele (awesome!) I secretly hated Canada for a long time until I went to Toronto and it was the first big city I have ever been to (besides Detroit, but I live there so it does not count). I have a ton of relatives in Canada, some in Vancouver and one of these days I have to make it out there. Anyways, keep posting pics! I love seeing pics of places I have never been! Hope you have a great time with the fam! ~Sara
Linx commented on 09-Oct-2012 03:07 AM
Well, so far some articles/columns are MIA (Internet Explorer can't find...).It's filled with a pile of stuff I'm not interested in... that I have to go through to get to what I am interested in. (No clear differential between this issue, past issues, features, etc.)I couldn't find a way just to view all of the headlines. I went section by section instead, which was tedious.I came *this* close to finding the Camilli column... but that section put the articles above the columnists names instead of below like the other sections, so I clicked in the wrong place. Then I got "lost" and couldn't find my way back.I like that it had pictures (no more "image not available"), but it was slower.Basically, hate. Hate. And I thought the last one was bad. If I remember correctly, though, articles were on one page. Don't quote me on that.

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