Was unforgettable. This led to a ban on midazolam in lethal injections in Arizona. Florida and Kentucky have moved away from the drug, too.. Idealists such as Ben were also proving commercially astute. Foodie culture had produced a gap in the market that was being filled, while people talked of crust texture and miles as if communicating in a new language. The Weekend FT also took on a more international flavour, reflecting the fact that, in a rapidly globalising economy, the FT now had European, US and Asian editions as well as a worldwide website..

Today (Sunday): Some cloudiness may flutter through now and again, but all in all we have another rather pleasant spring day on tap. Partly to mostly sunny skies warm the soul as you’re out and about today. Winds from the west/northwest breeze to around 15 mph at times, adding only a slight chill to pretty comfortable highs in the mid 50s to near 60.

Primates (including humans) scratch when stressed. So far, such scratching has been seen as a by product of physiological processes associated with stress, and attributed proximate, regulatory function. However, it is possible that others could use this relationship between scratching and stress as an indication of the animal’s stress state, and thus scratching could potentially have social function.

This raises questions about there being a potential gap between public and elite conceptions of EU fears.Our comparison of survey data on German public opinion with insights from elite interviews with political leaders reveals that there is indeed a gap between public opinion and elite interpretations of the EU. Political decision makers across the left right spectrum perceive fears in Germany to be largely generalised, non concrete and unrelated to evaluations of the EU. However, this is the case for a minority of Germans only.

Block IP Ranges of Certain Countries or regionsJump to Last Post 1 6 of 6 discussions (20 posts)I know this may not be popular, but since HubPages is being hit with so much spam, possibly from certain countries, I suggest that HubPages block the IP ranges where many of these spammers reside.Other sites have done it and it successfully dropped the amount of submitted garbage quite a bit.I would think that, as an English language site, where all of the readership is coming from primarily English speaking countries, that we should look at doing this.Google dramatically dropped HubPages international rankings, which directly affected how many views it receives internationally. That’s ok because much of the money probably comes from the bigger English speaking markets anyway, right?It’s time to start blocking IPs for any further submissions. They could look, but no more submissions (Hubs, Answers, Forums).Sufidreamerposted 9 years agoin reply to thisI hope it isn’t popular it is a horrible idea.