Saturday, April 26, 2008
With a fast food restaurant on almost every corner sometimes the trip back home can take 6 or 7 minutes and during those moments I generally can workup one hell of an appetite. Now fishing through my fast food bag goodness reaching for the fries can remove my attention from the task at hand, driving. Well I found just what I need a "French Fry Holder".
From their site:
Hold Your Fries In Your Car's Cup Holder And Make Driving Safer.
Cars now come with several cup holders, and this innovative accessory helps you make the most of them! French-Fry Holder holds one order of fries (and its cardboard container) close at hand! Even has a clip-on ketchup cup! Can also hold snacks or crayons. Fits into virtually any-size cup holder, with a no-slip rubberized base grip to help it stay in place. Also fits in a child's car seat's cup holder. Dishwasher-safe.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
KENMORE, Wash. — Three girls from a synchronized swim team fainted simultaneously and went under at the deep end of a public pool in this Seattle suburb while practicing holding their breath, team leaders said.
Others around the indoor pool at St. Edward's State Park also felt faint and dizzy, and fire officials asked the Seattle-King County Public Health Department to check the chlorine level in the water following the frightening episode Monday.
The swimmers, ages 11, 12 and 13, had been in the Kenmore pool about 15 minutes when they began having difficulty, head coach Julie Abel said.
"One of them was hanging on a rope and a coach saw her slip under water," team president Craig Penner said. "The coach jumped in and pulled her out, then looked back and saw two other girls on the bottom of the pool."
A lifeguard and another coach aided in the rescue.
A fourth girl swam to the side of the pool and said she was dizzy and unsure where she was or how she got there, and the mother of a team member blacked out after bending over the water, Penner said.
The three girls who passed out were under water less than a minute before receiving cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and all three were breathing and conscious by the time emergency aid crews arrived, the team president said. "LINK"