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1990 Suzuki VX 800 Front Wheel

August 19, 2016

1990 Suzuki VX 800 Front Wheel

The Front Wheel of the motorcycle is mounted on the Front Axle between the Front Forks. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Front Wheel will be straight and run true. All used wheels are checked for runout according to manufacturer specifications before being placed in inventory. Due to the nature of this component, stone chips, minor cosmetic blemishes and paint chips from tire changes are considered normal wear. No color choice on painted wheels. Bearings, if deemed servicable, are included at no extra charge. Always verify the condition of bearings before installing any wheel.

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PURELL 2156-04 NXT Space Saver Refill, – Advanced Hand Sanitizer (1000 mL) – 4 Pack

July 28, 2016

The PURELL 2156-04 advanced instant hand sanitizer, 1,000 mL refill for NXT Space Saver dispenser, is an antimicrobial gel that contains 70% ethyl alcohol to help reduce the number of germs on hands, and four moisturizers to help keep skin hydrated. This refill bag fits in a PURELL NXT Space Saver dispenser (sold separately). The hand sanitizer meets U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) healthcare personnel hand-washing requirements.

Hand sanitizers (also called hand antiseptics) are liquids, gels, or foams that help reduce the number of germs on hands when a small amount is rubbed into the skin; no rinsing with water or drying with towels is needed. In situations when soap and water are not available, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers can quickly reduce the number of germs on hands, but do not eliminate every kind of pathogenic microorganism. Hand sanitizers are not as effective when hands are visibly dirty. They are available in a range of sizes, from small bottles for personal use to large mounted dispensers for public or institutional use. They are also available as wipes: small, disposable paper or nonwoven towels soaked in a hand sanitizer liquid. Hand sanitizers are typically part of hand hygiene programs at health care and food processing facilities, where pathogenic microorganisms are common.

GOJO Industries manufactures hygiene products, including hand washing, hand sanitizing, and skin care formulas under the GOJO, PURELL, PROVON, MICRELL, and AQUELL brands. The company, founded in 1946, is headquartered in Akron, OH.

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Good Web Hosting – Why VPS is the Way to Go

July 25, 2016

A Virtual Private Server was originally accomplished through partitioning space on a mainframe computer. Now, however, because of the massive increase in hard drive capacities, you can have a VPS setup on a simple web host. This space can be allocated to individuals who will be able to control the root of the portion of the server which belongs to them. These owners can be in complete charge of their allocation on the server.It opens up a world of options, as you can specify the operating system you wish to have, and then have access to unique IP addresses and unlimited domain hosting. You will be able to choose the best framework to meet you needs exactly.Even though you share space, the VPS is set up so that it is completely independent. You can reboot the entire server to your hearts content and it will not affect others on the same host. It is a far more cost efficient manner to accomplish what many pay full price for in a full dedicated server.The main server is set up with a control system that oversees all the resources. This is transparent to the VPS owner, and it will not affect how your private server operates. Just make sure of what is promised from your hosting company to make sure you have full access to what you need.You can use a Virtual Private Server setup to become a reseller yourself. You will be able to control all the resources and can then, yourself, set up others on shared hosting. You will be able to control the various domain space and email accounts as necessary. To your customers, it will appear as if they have their own server, even though it is shared. You will have oversight to control all that goes on under the authority of your VPS.This is good to know, because when you want to purchase shared server space, you will want to ask if it is on a stand alone server or a VPS. A good web hosting company will have many servers which they own entirely. See if your provider has been certified to ISO 27001. This is the current standard for information security. There is much to be wary of – Denial of Service attacks, viruses and unauthorized access are just a few of the risks.The advantages, though, may far outweigh the risks. You will have all the benefits of dedicated hosting at a fraction of the cost. You will be able to install the operating software of your choice. You will be protected from shared IP problems which occur on shared servers, as well as viruses that could leach over. You will enjoy greater speed than a shared server and you will have more control. Usually a VPS is quick and easy to set up.If you want to manage your own VPS, you will want to have DNS control, a monitor for your network, control of passwords, shell-access via the internet and reboot/start/stop control. Ideally your hosting company will offer both Linux and Windows based servers for your flexibility. Find out the details on you hosting companies data transfer capabilities. What kind of trunk-line connection do they have to the internet? With a little research, you’ll find excellent hosting companies out there.For your critical operations, a Virtual Private Server gives you the flexibility, power and security you need at a price that will keep your accountant happy. The many advantages are definitely worth going this route with a good web hosting company.

C2G / Cables to Go 09605 RJ45 8P8C Straight Modular Cable, Silver (50 Feet/15.24 Meters)

May 26, 2016

Constructed from heavy-duty 26 AWG silver satin wire, this straight through-pinned cable is ideal for cost-saving voice and data applications not requiring high data rates.
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Autism Fear Monster #1 – Oh, My God, My Child Has Autism

May 11, 2016

Jennifer is an attractive, thirty something year old health professional; a licensed physical therapist. She is also so bright were you to meet her you could not help but notice how intelligent she is. Very intelligent, in fact. Yet when her second son, Aidan, at age one, failed to be as verbally precocious as her first son, she panicked and immediately assumed the worst. Her son must have the diagnosis du jour. Aidan must be autistic.What made her so quick to assume the worst? Articles about medical conditions on the Autism Spectrum are currently the rage. They are today’s informed good parents “thing to watch out for.” This makes conditions on the spectrum the present day good mother’s fear monster, similar to how Attention Deficit Disorder was the good mother’s fear monster a generation ago.The thing is, as it turns out, Aidan is not autistic. Moreover, due to Jennifer’s diligent observations and refusal to let people pooh-pooh her intuition away, her son will soon be getting hearing aids along with other early interventions for his now diagnosed hearing loss. At age fifteen months, he’ll already be getting help, thanks to his two very loving parents.My point for telling you this? We have a problem. We know how crucial early interventions are to our children’s well being. We also know how important this makes being educated with regard to possible things to watch out for. However, while I fully support that we currently disseminate much good information to parents, we seem to be failing to balance this with reassurances to the contrary; that your child may not have autism, and that if he or she does this is not equivalent to a death sentence.Can you picture what made Jennifer so afraid her son had autism? It’s obvious. The primary symptom of any kind of autism is a significant inability to connect socially. And yes, Aidan did have difficulty connecting socially. But only with sound. Never through touch, or sight, or smell, or taste. In fact, were you to make eye contact with little Aidan in his bouncy chair, you too would immediately be able to see this for yourself. He’d excitedly jump and wave his hands and smile the most angelic smile, all the while his eyes widening as if to say, “Oh, boy! I see you seeing me!”Now recall how I’ve just defined autism, as a significant inability to connect socially. This means if you see in your child the kind of reaction Jennifer saw in Aidan; socially connecting with enthusiastic joy, then you can pretty much rule out autism of any kind. At least until you can consult with a qualified professional.Now let me list a few interpersonal tools with which you can face this particular fear monster head on.
Autism is a condition wherein a person, in some significant fashion, repeatedly fails to connect socially. Thus if you are worried your child has autism, don’t run out and read the ten most popular books, then painfully compare your child to their lists of symptoms and behaviors. Doing this will guarantee this fear monster will own your soul in no time. Better to fall back on this little lay assessment tool for autism. At least, initially. And yes, this description is certainly no substitute for competent professional help. But it is a good way to get a real read on today’s diagnosis du jour, and enough perspective to free yourself from the “oh, my God, my child has . . .” fear monster.
If you do notice something which concerns you, realize that failures to connect socially can generally be categorized into noticeable degrees of the five physical senses; touch, taste, smell, sight, and sound. Here, by “noticeable,” I mean a significant, persistent, over or under reaction. Thus, if your child overreacts or underreacts to being touched, you need to note this then investigate further. And no, this does not indicate your child is autistic. However it does indicate your child may have special needs, anything from having been startled by the taste of broccoli all the way up to something far more serious. What I’m suggesting is, try not to run to the internet to self diagnose. Do not pass go. Do not collect two hundred dollars. Do, however, slowly and calmly, begin to gather more information, keeping in mind that any qualified professional will greatly benefit from your loving observations.
This in fact is a good way to screen your child’s health care providers. If they ask for and take into consideration your calm observations, then you can be assured you’ll benefit from consulting with them. If, however, they dismiss your observations in any way, run don’t walk to the nearest exit, regardless of how many accolades or how much alphabet soup they have. Trust your gut. Your child is relying on you to pick a loving and competent health care professional. And remember what happened to little Aidan because his mother trusted her gut. His whole life will be considerably better.
What if you sense something more serious? Here, the thing to note is that failures to connect socially which occur in more than one physical sense qualify as something requiring more serious attention. Again, remember there is no substitute for loving observations, including that the calmer parent or grandparent should be included in these observations so as to balance out the fearful observations of the more frightened parent. Know that observing then comparing notes before promptly writing down what you see is one of the best ways to be there for your child. And to calm yourself. Also remember to bring these written observations with you when consulting with a professional, which in the case of seeing multiple physical senses being affected, you should certainly consider.
Lastly, I cannot stress enough the value of early intervention. Both personality and physiology develop very quickly and often in ways hard to predict when children are young. Thus, while there is no guarantee all your interventions will succeed, early interventions significantly raise the odds your child will have a better life. This makes your loving observations a key element in your children’s well being and facing your fear monsters a must for good parenting.