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(5 of 7) Abortion on Film and TV In the past decade fictional characters placed their baby up for adoption at a rate of 9% vs in real life only 1% of women will do this. [follow this link to find a short video recounting the State of Virginia's attempt to force women to undergo an invasive procedure, known as a transvaginal sonogram: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/03/a-transvaginal-breach-of-the-social-contract.html]
Cure for Chronic Cracks - Some cracks keep coming back no matter how well you repair them. For those pesky recurring cracks, we prescribe Good-Bye Cracks. It forms an elastic film that stretches and contracts along with the crack. It works best on hairline cracks, but it's worth a try on wider cracks too. Start by cleaning loose material out of the crack and fill it with joint compound. Then spray on two to three light coats of Good-Bye Cracks. The film isn't sandable, so a smooth, even…
Dorothy Janis (1912-2010). American silent film actress. Typecast as an "exotic beauty", she had a brief career in the late 1920s. She was discovered by Hollywood talent scouts while still in high school and signed by MGM to a five year contract.