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According to Skin Pharm, here are the most popular Dallas beauty treatments

Dallasites were excited when Skin Pharm, with its sophisticated Facebook and renowned following, revealed its launch earlier this year. The airy Turtle Creek clinic launched in June with a flurry of enthusiasm, thanks to Skin Pharm’s own line of pharmaceutical devices (including the popular celeb-favorite Youth Serum, Glow Factor, and Clarifying Pads) and unusual treatments […]

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According to Skin Pharm, here are the most popular Dallas beauty treatments

Dallasites were excited when Skin Pharm, with its sophisticated Facebook and renowned following, revealed its launch earlier this year. The airy Turtle Creek clinic launched in June with a flurry of enthusiasm, thanks to Skin Pharm’s own line of pharmaceutical devices (including the popular celeb-favorite Youth Serum, Glow Factor, and Clarifying Pads) and unusual treatments […]

4 New Non-Invasive Body Contouring Procedures!

Due to technological development, numerous non-invasive cosmetic treatments are introduced for ease of people’s use. Such treatments are more accessible and offer people with the fat reduction process that has crescendoed from a whisper to yell. Moreover, there is numerous non-invasive body processes are introduced by using different technologies.  From coolsculpting machine to various others, people are […]

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Nip/Tuck: The Sexiest, Edgiest Drama on TV

Nip/Tuck is the tale of two plastic surgeons. They are friends where the line is somewhat skewed at times. They’re also business partners, well they were until they sold their practice. Currently in its fourth season on FX, Nip/Tuck is as edgy as ever. Nip/Tuck isn’t your typical doctor show. It isn’t the comedy like Scrubs or the high-paces Emergency Room drama like ER. Instead, Nip/Tuck delves deeper, showing more cutting than the other doctor dramas, but getting into the nitty gritty fucked up lives of Christian and Sean. Think of it as a more rock and roll version of all the doctor dramas with elements of psychological neurosis.

I’m not sure if it is to cover what his psychologist suggests are feelings for his partner Sean, Christian has jungle fever and is sleeping with his new boss, Michelle. But Michelle doesn’t come without her own issues. She seems to owe some older woman named James for putting her through medical school, a woman who takes issue with Christian sleeping with Michelle unless he pays her $500,000. She’s willing to knock down his price for a hand-job. No, not that kind, the plastic surgery hand rejuvenation kind.

Trying to make up for his infidelity, Sean asks Christian to help him pick out an engagement ring so he can ask Julia to marry him again. Which is odd, given that Julia slept with Christian and even had his son, Matt. Is it starting to sound like there are some soap opera elements to the show?

Matt is Sean and Julia’s son, well really he is Christian and Julia’s son but Sean raised him as his son too. Matt’s two dads are plastic surgeons, meaning he often finds himself with the only adult voice in a world of superficial chaos. It also makes life difficult. Last season his heart was broken by the life coach Ava Moore, she also happened to be a transgendered woman helping Matt explore his sexual identity. The 18-year-old is continuing his sexual discovery with what seems to be his new love interest, Kimber Henry. The complexity comes with Kimber being an ex-model, porn director who was very involved with Christian in past seasons. Oh, and she’s a Scientologist too. Yep, that means Matt goes off the antidepressants his psychiatrist had him taking.

Sean and Christian are equally concerned with Matt’s turn to Scientology and opt to bribe him with a Porche. Naturally, Kimber is the first person he shows it to. Knowing them better than most girlfriends should, she knows exactly what they are doing by giving him a new car. Instead the car backfires and Kimber insists Matt move out of the house.

Rosie O’Donnell guest starred as a lottery winner with aspirations of buying a new image, for her entire family. Bigger tits for the daughter, bigger penis for the husband, and a not so big body for herself. Christian gets an extra $50,000 out of Dawn by promising to give her the Queer Eye treatment to help complete her new look. Lucky for her lack of taste and his desperate need for money, Christian is willing to help decorate her home. Things take a turn south when they walk in on her daughter and second husband having sex when the daughter just wants to “test out [her] new titties.” It makes Dawn want to buy a night with Christian, which he says he will do for $400,000. She throws in an extra 20 to do it on his zebra rug. I guess that means he made everything he needed to pay off Michelle’s debt to James. Unfortunately for Christian, James needs Michelle for her skills as an escort. It seems James is in the organ harvesting business.

All of this makes for Nip/Tuck being some of the sexiest and edgiest television on right now. If you haven’t seen it, I suggest you tune in to FX on Tuesday at 10/9 Central.

New Century Travel Bus Review

Atmosphere: The buses used by 2000 New Century Travel are large enough to accommodate a lot of people. However, I was under the impression that they would have unpleasant odors, broken seats and an overall dirty environment. The 2000 New Century Travel bus that I boarded to New York was surprisingly clean. The floor was not littered with any trash and appeared to have been recently washed. The seats are packed in tightly and leave just enough space for your legs and a small bag. Large pieces of luggage will not fit in front of or under seats on a 2000 New Century Travel bus. There are storage areas above the seats where you can store small to medium sized bags.  

The 2000 New Century Travel bus company has a policy that they are not responsible for lost or stolen items. I noticed that some of the doors on the storage units were missing and covered in thick ropes or wiring to hold bags in place. That was one red flag that made me wonder how well this Chinatown bus company maintains their vehicles. I arrived at the 2000 New Century Travel bus company almost 20 minutes before departure and the bus was 70% full. I quickly learned that this Chinatown bus gets crowded very fast and they rarely have any empty seats. The 2000 New Century Travel bus was 90% full when I boarded it in New York City also.

Quality: The 2000 New Century Travel Bus Company has a very flexible schedule. You can catch a Chinatown bus almost every 30 minutes using this company. However, they do not always keep to their scheduling which can be very inconvenient. I got home an hour later than scheduled because they stopped on the way out of New York to let more passengers on the bus. They waited until almost every seat was full before departing for the second time. The last empty seat was next to a passenger who could not bend his leg and had to keep it out in front of the seat. The ticket taker and some Asian passengers who wanted to board the bus got upset and mentioned that he had to purchase an additional ticket for the empty seat.

The 2000 New Century Travel Bus Company provides poor customer service. The driver and assistant (or ticket taker) was very rude when I boarded at the Chinatown bus station in New York. They continued to have a conversation in their native language while I stood at the bottom of the bus steps waiting and then asking about their destination. I finally stepped onto the bus after my patience ran out to find out if I was at the right bus. A passenger sitting near the front gave me the information that I needed while the driver and ticket taker continues on with their conversation. A clerk at the 2000 New Century Travel bus station in Philadelphia was very rude also.

The driver going to New York was knowledgeable about that city and very helpful to passengers who wanted to get off at different areas. The driver coming back to Philadelphia only spoke when yelling out bus stops. He stopped at a gas station during the trip from New York and got off of the bus. I was under the impression that this Chinatown bus driver needed gas, but soon learned that it was not the case. I watched as he went into the gas station and started having a conversation with a clerk at the front counter. It was not easy to figure out if this driver for 2000 New Century Travel was wasting time in a conversation or getting directions to Philadelphia. Both scenarios did not give me much confidence in this driver or the Chinatown bus company that he works for.

Price: This Chinatown bus company was recommended to me because of its inexpensive prices. A one way ticket to New York is $12.00 when using the 2000 New Century Travel Bus Company. I bought a round trip ticket for $20, saving me $4 total. The round trip option is a good deal if you do not plan on staying in New York. However, it is not easy to beat prices at the 2000 New Century Travel Bus Company even when paying single ticket prices. If you plan on staying in New York for a few days, $24 dollars seems much better than $50 or $

Verdict: 2000 New Century Travel Bus Company offers E-tickets that you can buy online. If you believe that this is a convenient way to beat the crowds, think again. Some passengers pay with cash right on the bus, so you may not even need a ticket so long as you have money. 2000 New Century Travel Bus Company does not offer refunds, so I would highly question their online ticketing service. Considering the quality of customer service and careless practices for departures and arrival times, I would not recommend that anyone purchase e-tickets on their website. This Chinatown bus company does not appear to assume any liability when it comes to their passengers. If you do not have a lot of money to go to New York from Philadelphia or vice versa, 2000 New Century Travel Bus Company provides an option to do so. Just keep in mind that you are really traveling at your own risk.

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