Gorbachev Calls on Russia’s Putin to Quit Amid Unrest

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Gorbachev Calls on Russia’s Putin to Quit Amid Unrest
News from FOX News:

Tens of thousands of demonstrators on Saturday cheered opposition leaders and jeered the Kremlin in the biggest show of outrage yet against Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s 12-year rule.

The Moscow demonstration was even bigger than a similar rally two weeks ago, signaling that the protest movement ignited by the fraud-tainted Dec. 4 parliamentary election may be growing. Protest were also held in dozens of other cities and towns across Russia.

Rally participants densely packed a broad avenue, which has room for nearly 100,000 people, about 2.5 kilometers (some 1.5 miles) from the Kremlin, as the temperature dipped well below freezing. They chanted “Russia without Putin!”

A stage at the end of the 700-meter (0.43 mile) avenue featured placards reading “Russia will be free” and “This election Is a farce.” Heavy police cordons encircled the participants, who stood within metal barriers, and a police helicopter hovered…………… continues on FOX News

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Desert bioscaping easier than you think
News from Las Vegas Review Journal:

Posted: Dec. 25, 2011 | 2:01 a.m.

Desert bioscaping is an ecologically based approach to landscaping that conserves water, reduces energy use, provides wildlife habitat and minimizes (or eliminates) the use of pesticides and fertilizers. M.L. Robinson, a horticulturist for Nevada Cooperative Extension, has promoted bioscaping for several years.

He created a simple guide that teaches the basic concepts and provides examples and ideas. These principles are sustainable, easy to understand, and you can readily apply them to your landscape. Below, I have outlined a few bioscaping concepts.

Water harvesting is becoming a popular garden topic. There are more and more people installing rain barrels and other water-capturing features. While these systems are great, they also can be expensive. Passive water harvesting is another technique, which simply shapes the land surface and directs surface flow to areas so water can be stored in the soil.

The o…………… continues on Las Vegas Review Journal

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Rapper Nelly sued by American Express over an unpaid $ 20K credit card bill
News from Daily Mail:

By Ann Pride

Last updated at 3:41 AM on 25th December 2011

First there were reports that Nelly had lost all of his money due to gambling and then stories surfaced about foreclosure. 

Now it is alleged that the rapper is being sued by American Express for running up a $ 20,403.64 credit card debt.

The 37-year-old Country Grammar performer has sold more 21 million albums in the United States alone.

Who, me? Nelly is said to owe American Express $ 20,403.64 for an unpaid credit card bill

But he is said to have been having money troubles for months – if his ex-manager is to be believed.

In May it was reported that the hip-hop star whose real name is Cornell Iral Haynes, Jr had reportedly lost all his money because of a…………… continues on Daily Mail

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Consumers in All 50 States Reduce Credit Card Debt in 2011, According to CreditKarma.com
News from msnbc.com:

CreditKarma.com, the consumer’s credit advocate, today released its U.S. Credit Score Climate Report with trend data for November 2011. Since January, credit card debt has fallen nearly 10 percent nationally to $ 6,503. Additionally, while all 50 states showed reduced credit card debt, the states that decreased their debt the most include:

  • Mississippi – down 16 percent to $ 5,362
  • Alabama – down 14 percent to $ 5,750
  • Kentucky, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and West Virginia – down 13 percent to $ 6,151, $ 7,464, $ 6,090 and $ 5,956 respectively

Nationally, credit scores remain unchanged from last month at 661, but have fallen five points since January. The states that had the highest credit scores in November include California (680), New Jersey (679),…………… continues on msnbc.com

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