Monthly Archives: July 2008

Wordless Wednesday (Almost)

This beluga whale is entertaining onlookers by blowing bubbles of air underwater. The whales were taught the impressive trick by scuba divers in a pool. They are given a breath from the diver’s regulator to give them enough air to … Continue reading

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Properly Introducing Network Solutions

It’s time for a proper and formal introduction to a very beneficial website that anyone who is trying to promote and grow a business really needs to know about. By way of making sure that business owners get all of … Continue reading

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How Do We Prevent Terrorists From Tampering With Food?

Is a deliberate contamination of our nation’s food supply a serious threat? In January 2004 the Bush administration released a Homeland Security Presidential Directive entitled “Fixing Food Safety: Protecting America’s Food Supply From Farm-to-Fork.” The directive outlines a coordinated national … Continue reading

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Free Everything Sale From Vista Print

Love freebies? I do! What with pinching pennies to death lately, finding freebies here and there is a good way to help the finances. I have some great freebies for you today! VistaPrint is having a very Special Sale right … Continue reading

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“Made in USA” Makes a Comeback

Finally! Due to the rising cost of outsourcing, some US companies are starting to look back to within our borders for their manufacturing needs. The comparison between the cost to produce goods in the United States or to produce them … Continue reading

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High Five for SplitFive

Who couldn’t use a makeover? We all get tired and a little rough around the edges and freshening things up is just exactly what it takes to breathe new life into us right? A website is no different. If your … Continue reading

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Happy Saturday! Good News for July 26, 2008

Time for more good news! Hope this sets the theme for your weekend and you have a great one! Peacock Hitches Ride With Pair Along Pennsylvania Roadway Jerry Dimick and a companion were traveling Route 307 near Clarks Summit on … Continue reading

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Bush: “Wall Street Got Drunk…”

This is how Bush explained the current economic downturn to a private fundraiser last week. “There’s no question about it,” Bush said. “Wall Street got drunk, that’s one of the reasons I asked you to turn off the TV cameras. … Continue reading

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Time For Paintball

Paintball is one sport that my family has yet to try, though my teens would really love to have a go at this. I have heard an awful lot about this exciting activity through my son-in-law’s love for the game. … Continue reading

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Hurricane Dolly Takes Aim

Dolly spun into a hurricane Tuesday and is heading toward the U.S.-Mexico border and the heavily populated Rio Grande Valley. Officials are fearing heavy rains may cause massive flooding and also levee breaks. Dolly was upgraded from a tropical storm … Continue reading

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