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GIVEAWAY- All Good Coconut Beard Oil

first_img The Best New Men’s Grooming Brands You Need to Know About Sprint Through Airport Security With These TSA-Approved Men’s Grooming Kits How to Grow and Maintain Stubble How to Grow a Beard: It’s Not Just a Look, It’s a Philosophy Editors’ Recommendations Coconut oil is all the rage in the health and food worlds at the moment, but did you know it will do wonders for your beard as well? Hell yes! This awesome natural ingredient is one of the most hydrating and moisturizing on the planet. Plus it is a serious deep conditioner.Our friends over at All Good have a coconut oil made with USDA certified organic ingredients that will keep your facial hair soft, shiny and smooth while hydrating that mug underneath. And don’t just stop at the beard, this jar of spirit oil is great on your face and body after surf, ski, hiking or any outdoor activity that is tough on your skin. All Good offers their oil in lemongrass, lavender and original coconut. Don’t be scared by a scent, they all are equally refreshing.Based in Los Osos, California, All Good has a wide variety of natural sunscreen, pain relief spray, hand sanitizer and lotion to keep you looking and feeling awesome while keeping things real with their plant based ingredients. Surfer Chadd Konig, kite boarder Patrick Rebstock and snowboarder Forrest Shearer are big fans (if you need some man-spiration!). Added bonus, one percent of all revenues from All Good is dedicated to fighting for social and environmental justice around the world.Since we love our readers we are going to share our own supply of All Good Coconut Oil with you. Simply share this post on Facebook and enter for a chance to win one jar to save your face, beard and body.We will pick three winners on Friday. 10 Best Beard Balms: The Secret to a Tamed and Tangle-Free Beard last_img read more

Wynne says wont try to block party that wins most seats from

by Maria Babbage, The Canadian Press Posted Jun 4, 2014 7:53 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Wynne says won’t try to block party that wins most seats from forming government OTTAWA – If Tim Hudak wins the most seats in the Ontario election but falls short of a majority, the Progressive Conservatives have the right to “attempt” to form government, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Wednesday.The Liberal leader refused to speculate on a possible coalition or partnership with the New Democrats at a later stage, but insisted she will work to make sure a minority government functions.“I have worked in a minority parliament for the last 16 months,” said Wynne.“If that isn’t what the people of Ontario choose then we will continue to work in a minority parliament with whoever the government is.”But asked repeatedly whether she would be willing to team up with the NDP if a minority Tory government is short-lived, Wynne didn’t provide a clear answer.“Hypothetical. Hypothetical. Hypothetical,” she said. “We’re running for a strong mandate. We’re looking for a mandate from the people of Ontario.If one of the parties forms a minority government, it would have to open parliament with a throne speech — a confidence motion that determines its survival.If it doesn’t pass, the government would fall, triggering another election if no other party can gain the confidence of the legislature.In 1985, the Liberals and New Democrats joined forces to replace the newly elected minority Conservative government, who had four more seats than the Liberals. The Liberals agreed to implement NDP policies in exchange for their support for two years.But Wynne wasn’t interested in talking about history Wednesday, announcing that a new Liberal government would bring back the legislature within 20 days of the election and re-introduce the budget, which is also a confidence motion.The election was called after both opposition parties panned the May 1 budget, which raises the possibility that Ontario quickly could be plunged into another $90-million election if the Liberals form another minority government.Asked if she would table the same $130.4-billion spending plan — which would hike Ontario’s deficit to $12.5 billion — even if it means triggering another election, Wynne dismissed it as another “hypothetical question.”“That will be up to the people who are sitting in the legislature,” she said after a rally earlier in the day in Vaughan, north of Toronto.“But if we are re-elected, we will have been re-elected on the plan that we have brought forward to the people of Ontario, and that’s the plan that we’ll be ready to implement.”Re-introducing the budget would back the opposition parties in a corner, forcing them to decide whether to accept a plan they condemned, or get back on the bus for an election they could ill afford.Wynne’s the one who’s in a corner after Tuesday’s televised leaders’ debate, where she couldn’t defend the Liberals’ “indefensible record,” Horwath said at a campaign event in Toronto.“I think Ontarians are tired frankly of their money being wasted, of the scandals of tax dollars being used for political partisan purposes,” she said. “That’s not what the people of this province deserve.”Hudak said if the Tories form a government, he would “move immediately” to bring in a mini-budget, but wouldn’t say when he would call back the legislature.As for Wynne’s comments that she would let the winning party form a government, he called it an “encouraging change” but questioned her motivation, suggesting she was concerned about a public uproar if she clung to power after losing the election.“Voters don’t want a coalition,” he told The Canadian Press in an interview.“They know that a combination of (former Liberal premier) Dalton McGuinty and (former NDP premier) Bob Rae is not going to be in the best interests of Ontario, so I suspect that’s why you have a change in position.”Wynne ridiculed Hudak’s pledge to resign as premier if, once elected, he can’t keep all his campaign promises, including cutting 100,000 public-sector jobs to help balance the budget. She called it a “fog of deflection” aimed at masking what his austerity plan would really do.Hudak can’t “govern by gimmick,” Wynne said, before offering her own 20-day guarantee to recall the legislature.“He’s offered a money-back guarantee, but will the 100,000 people he puts out of work get a jobs-back guarantee?” she said to a cheering crowd of hundreds of supporters.“He’ll sacrifice our economy on the altar of extreme conservative ideology,” Wynne said. “I stand against that.” read more

Ohio gas station glitch lets drivers fill up for pennies

Ohio gas station glitch lets drivers fill up for pennies TOLEDO, Ohio – A computer glitch led to a brief price war between two gas stations in northwest Ohio, allowing some drivers to fill their tanks for pennies per gallon.WTOL-TV reports that a computer malfunction dropped prices at one north Toledo gas station, and another across the street lowered its prices to stay competitive early Sunday.Customer Taylor Kline told the station he filled his empty tank for just 26 cents. The extra-low pricing lasted at least three hours before returning to normal.Ohio’s average price for a gallon of regular gas was $1.55 in Monday’s survey from auto club AAA, the Oil Price Information Service and WEX Inc. That’s down from $2.29 a year ago.The national average Monday for regular gas was $1.70.___Information from: WTOL-TV, http://www.wtol.com by The Associated Press Posted Feb 15, 2016 11:48 am MDT Last Updated Feb 15, 2016 at 12:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more