From: Hurricane Mop Deal
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Cut cleaning time
Date: Sat Dec 21 23:18:21 MST 2013

Do you know what bacteria and germs are on your old mop?

Hurricane Mop — Dual Washer and Dryer Mop System Cleans, Dries, & Polishes in One Simple Step

This email was intended for

Sept. 4, 2011: Shown here is the main plant facility at the Navajo Generating Station, as seen from Lake Powell in Page, Ariz.APPresident Obama, in each of his last three State of the Union addresses, spoke urgently of the need to cut through the "red tape" in Washington.But regulatory costs for the American public and business community, it turns out, soared during his first term. A new report by the conservative Heritage Foundation estimates that annual regulatory costs increased during Obama's first four years by nearly $70 billion -- with more regulations in store for term two."While historical records are incomplete, that magnitude of regulation is likely unmatched by any administration in the nation's history," the report said.The analysis by Heritage did not count every single regulation issued in Obama's first term, but looked at "major" regulations impacting the private sector. It came up with 131 over the past four years -- many of them environmental. In addition to the $70 billion in annual costs from those rules, the report estimated that new regulations from the first term led to roughly $12 billion in one-time "implementation costs."The math is up for debate. Even Heritage acknowledges there is no "official accounting" for federal regulatory costs. But government agencies, as well as think tanks like Heritage, have tried to track the price tag by looking at records maintained by the Government Accountability Office and age Hes gone from most wanted to least wanted.Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaevs family in Russia doesnt want his body, his widow declined to claim it and now cemeteries in Massachusetts have refused to take the body. The corpse has languished in a city morgue since April 19, when he was killed in a shootout with police, but now it is being prepared for burial somewhere in or around Boston. The remains were originally taken to Dyer-Lake Funeral Home in North Attleboro late Thursday, prompting crowds to jeered and jab middle fingers in the air as the hearse passed by."They can protest, but what do you do? In this country, we bury the dead," Peter Stefan, owner of Graham Putnam and Mahoney Funeral Parlor, told Fox News. Stefan has agreed to handle the funeral arrangements.- Peter Stefan, owner of Graham Putnam and Mahoney Funeral ParlorStefan said everybody deserves a dignified burial service no matter the circumstances of their death and said he is prepared for protests. But he added that arrangements have yet to be worked out, and finding a final resting plot for the body - which Islamic law says must not be cremated - could prove difficult.Massachusetts cemetery officials told graveyards typically dont turn away families, no matter how much the public might revile the deceased. In the case of Tsarnaev, Boyle suggested the family might opt for the most inconspicuous option available - if they can find a cemetery that wi