Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

January 9th, 2016
by Stephen B. Perez
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  3. Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games
    Event on 2016-02-19 19:00:00

    at BB&T Center
    One Panther Parkway
    Sunrise, United States

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  5. Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games
    Event on 2016-03-06 19:30:00

    at Revention Music Center (formerly Bayou Music Center)
    520 Texas Avenue
    Houston, United States

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  8. Cabaret
    Event on 2016-04-05 19:30:00
    Direct from Broadway, the acclaimed masterpiece returns to New Orleans! As part of their 50th Anniversary Season, Roundabout Theatre Company is proud to present Sam Mendes (Skyfall, American Beauty) and Rob Marshall’s (Into The Woods, Nine and Chicago, the films) Tony Award®-winning production of Cabaret.

    Welcome to the infamous Kit Kat Klub, where the Emcee, Sally Bowles and a raucous ensemble take the stage nightly to tantalize the crowd––and to leave their troubles outside. But as life in pre-WWII Germany grows more and more uncertain, will the decadent allure of Berlin nightlife be enough to get them through their dangerous times?

    Come hear some of the most memorable songs in theatre history, including “Cabaret,” “Willkommen” and “Maybe This Time.” Leave your troubles outside – life is beautiful at Cabaret, John Kander, Fred Ebb and Joe Masteroff’s Tony Award®-winning musical about following your heart while the world loses its way.

    Season tickets for the 2015-2016 East Jefferson General Hospital Broadway in New Orleans series are on sale now and can be purchased online at BroadwayInNewOrleans.com or by calling (800) 218-7469, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. CST.For groups pricing, please call (504) 287-0372.

    at Saenger Theatre
    1111 Canal Street
    New Orleans, United States

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  10. Dangerous diaries: exploring risks and rewards in fabrication
    Event on 2016-01-08 07:00:00

    From carving and cooking to printmaking and glassblowing, how do we decipher the joys and perils of production? In conversation with artefacts from UCL Collections, this Octagon Gallery exhibition delves into the daily lives of materials and making enthusiasts to explore changing perceptions of risk and reward in fabrication.

    at University College London
    Gower Street
    City of London, United Kingdom

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  12. 2 Hour Confined Space Awareness Training
    Event on 2016-01-08 08:00:00
    Due to the colorless and odorless nature of the hazards associated with confined space entry, working in or around confined spaces can be extremely dangerous and even deadly! Every year over 100 people die from confined space entries in the United States alone. It is critical to identify all employees with potential confined space exposure and provide training. During our 2 hour training your employees will learn:
    The different types of confined spaces.
    Potential consequences of working unprotected in a confined space.
    Written confined space plans.
    How to determine if a space is considered to be a confined space.
    How to draft a confined space permit.
    How to determine if an atmosphere is hazardous.
    What carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide are.
    The potential consequences of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide poisoning.
    Building an entry team and what to do in the case of emergency.

    at ProActive Safety Services
    1500 Kemper Meadow Dr.
    Cincinnati, United States

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  14. Adult Self Defense
    Event on 2016-01-08 18:30:00
    Self Defense Class will provide you with methods to defend yourself recognize and avoid dangerous situations. Classes are on Monday & Wednesday 6:30PM, Friday @ 6:00PM Class is for teens and adults. Come in and try a class for free bring a friend Call 318-443-8066 for more information.

    at Master Rousseau’s Taekwondo
    1718 Kegeleman Blvd
    Alexandria, United States

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  16. Arctic Ambitions: Captain Cook and the Northwest passage
    Event on 2016-01-08 10:00:00
    It is one of science's burning questions: Will the melting Arctic ice reveal a Northwest Passage — the very thing Captain Cook sought but never found?

    The foremost British explorer of the 18th century, Captain James Cook circumnavigated the globe twice before setting a course for the North Pacific. Mostly celebrated for his explorations of the South Pacific, Cook also braved the frozen Arctic searching for a northern route to Asia.

    Arctic Ambitions: Captain Cook and the Northwest Passage focuses on his journeys in the northeast Pacific during 1778 and 1779. Artifacts, art, and hands-on activities for visitors of all ages bring to life this exciting era in history — a time of bold discoveries made dangerous by uncharted waters, rocky coasts, and unrelenting ice.

    This exhibition examines the legacies of Cook's northern voyage, including changes to indigenous life. Visitors learn about the intriguing issues at play in the North during Cook's expedition that are still relevant today, including different nations' claims to the region and its resources.

    at Washington State History Museum
    1911 Pacific Avenue
    Tacoma, United States

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Direct TV Pricing and Service Information

May 16th, 2015
by Editor

After watching enough of these commercials, I have been convinced, and I will switch from cable to satellite. I just spent some time browsing the internet to learn a bit more about what I could expect upon making the switch to satellite, where I found http://direct-satellite-tv.com/direct-tv/ and I am using this site to learn a bit more about the different packages that are available for people with Direct TV satellite in their house.

It seems like it will be nice to give it a shot, and maybe it will end up being a good bit better than my previous service. I won’t know for sure until I give it a test though, and that is what I intend to do here in the near future. Read the rest of this entry »

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Using a Load Cell Array to Weight a Tank of Water

April 21st, 2015
by Editor

We needed to weigh thousands of gallons of water. We needed to set a volume by precise weight for our experiments. We could have just filled the tank with a precise amount of water, but the problem is in the precision. When measuring out thousands of gallons at a time, a little is lost or gained. It is never really accurate. Also, evaporation by the end of the day could account for enough weight to affect our experiments. We decided to use a load cell cable system under the huge tank to keep track of the weight of the water as we did our experiments.

A load cell system can weigh anything from a person to trucks and more. There are all kinds of types of load cells to put under objects to monitor their weight. We needed real time weight measurements as we did the experiments. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Ultimate Home Theater Experience

April 21st, 2015
by Editor

... in time warner cable inc twc the second largest u s cable companyMy favorite movies have started coming on TV, and I can watch them since I’ve gotten service through http://www.cable-tv.com/time-warner-cable/. I used to go to the movie theaters a lot in my younger days, but I don’t do it as much anymore, mainly because I don’t have the money to spend on each film. Prices for movies have gone up, and so have theater food prices. I’d rather just stay at home and wait for the films to come to me. At least I’ll pay less to watch them and eat. Not to mention, I’ve made my own theater in my home, and although it isn’t as big as the real theater, it still provides a great experience. Read the rest of this entry »

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Why I Got a Monitored Home Security System

April 21st, 2015
by Editor

I subscribe to the local newspaper, and I watch the evening news. The paper has all kinds of stories of burglaries, vandalism, thefts of property left outside such as lawn furniture and bicycles and even home invasions. The amount of these crimes has steadily been on the rise. That is why I went to home-security.co to find a good home security system that is monitored around the clock by a reputable and reliable monitoring agency.

I wanted the standard door and window sensors to warn of intrusion, and I also wanted smoke and carbon monoxide detectors connected to the monitored alarm system. If we are asleep and fire happens, I like the peace of mind knowing help will be dispatched automatically. Read the rest of this entry »

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My Story of PTSD from a Non-Combat Medical Situation

March 23rd, 2015
by Editor

I have PTSD from a common thing that most people think nothing about. I saw a lot of bad health things growing up. My parents were a lot older when they had me. Both my dad and mom were sick when I was young. I was not even a teenager and was taking care of them. Then as I got older I got a chronic disease. I managed it poorly and got complications. I went to this website I found when I was looking for help. It was a surgery that had me constantly thinking about my own mortality, especially seeing the decline my parents had gone through. I could only see time as an enemy now.

Anyone can have an increase in anxiety or depression. Everyone can have days when they are anxious or depressed, but it does not interfere with how they live their lives or want to live their lives. When it does, it may be serious enough to be a diagnosis of a treatable and sometimes fully resolvable condition. I spent a long time trying to treat myself. I even had some successes early on. Read the rest of this entry »

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So How Does This Work

March 2nd, 2015
by Editor

I came across this website when I was thinking about taking a job in Texas. I was looking for something else, but it was related to Texas Energy companies, just not the electric companies. At any rate there must be dozens of different power companies that you can choose from if you live in the state of Texas. The exact ones apparently varies depending upon where exactly you are. Texas is bigger than a lot of countries and of course there are a lot of different population centers. You have Houston which is enormous and covers more area than some states I would guess. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Price of Owning Things

February 20th, 2015
by Editor

Moving to Los Angeles was a huge moment for me. I had been dreaming of the day for a long time but not one of those dreams went on to include being robbed in my first week. I was devestated. Everything that I had brought with me was taken away from me in the span of a week – I couldn’t believe it. I knew that L.A could be dangerouys but not once did I think that I would be calling ADT for Los Angeles to protect what little I had left. It’s expensive living here and I was hoping to save as much money possible while I was here for work.

Now I’m spending more than I even had back home. Read the rest of this entry »

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Started Looking for a Place on the Coast

February 14th, 2015
by Editor

I started thinking about this a long time ago and of course I have always been a keen surf fishing angler. I like to fish out in the Gulf too, but of course you need a whole lot of money for gas if you want to go wandering around the Gulf of Mexico and I can not afford one of those big boats like you need. I have been thinking about getting a little cottage down by the coast. I figure I need to find cheap energy rates and if you click here you can figure out what there is down in any place you pick. What I mean is that I would have to build a house or buy a house which would be cheap to keep cool in the Texas heat. Keeping warm would not be too big of a challenge, although it does get cold at nigh down here quite often. You have to think about what the electric rate will be for it.

I am thinking that this does not have to be much of a place. I am not going to be inviting thirty cousins over to stay for example. It is just going to be me and the wife sitting around watching the tv at night and we are going to be in bed before it gets too late. Of course the idea is that you have the whole big world to entertain you in the daylight. You do not want to get a beach where you have swarms of drunken college students acting stupid all day and all night, but you probably do not mind if a girl lays down out front in a bathing suit. I am not supposed to look, but I am pretty sure everyone knows that i just might.

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A Scale for My Restaurant

January 15th, 2015
by Editor

CAS S-2000 JR Price Computing ScalesI was looking at different price computing scales for my restaurant because we had decided to start selling bulk items to the public. I was going to just estimate on most of it, but a friend told me that could lead to a lot of trouble that I did not need to have. He explained that by getting a scale that weighs the product and also computes the price would take all of the guesswork out of it, and the people who buy the bulk items cannot say they were cheated. I didn’t think that my customers would do that to me, but I figured that he had a valid point. Read the rest of this entry »

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Self Service Advertising for Apps

January 4th, 2015
by Editor

For a long time, my business was paying this one company to advertise for us. But then it came to our attention, that we really were not getting much of a return out of doing business with them. So, I have decided that we will have to do something different. I have cut ties with that business, and instead, we are going to do things on our own, because I think self serve mobile advertising might be the best option that is out there.

I just learned about this option earlier in the day, and from the start, I realized that it could be a big deal for my company, and so I have decided to try to figure out how much it is going to cost to put up ads on different apps. If there is an even pricing across all of the apps that are out there, then that would be great, because you would almost expect for the most expensive apps to come with a steeper price and that might make it hard for us to make it worth our while to put money into this type of advertising.

But I do think it is worth giving it a test run at the least, and i am already working on some ads, and trying to figure out which apps would work best for advertising the business. It is kind of hard work, but at the same time, it is rewarding, and I have never really done anything along the lines of advertising before, so it is new to me. That has its own set of perks, in my opinion, but it also has its own set of challenges. But I think that they are challenges that I am ready to face. I am a diligent person in general.

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The Latest Video to Go Viral

September 20th, 2014
by Editor

Using Twitter as a platform for profit and success is one of the best ideas that any company, brand or individual can do for themselves. As Twitter continues to only grow in popularity, it is gaining the attraction of those who are hoping to earn themselves a slice of the Tweet pie. It’s not the easiest method but once you are able to get more Twitter followers, you will be able to push out content in a way that seems to go against everything you have ever learned about content creation and engagement.

Having content go viral is still a phenomena that many people cannot predict. We all hope to have that amazing piece of content that captures the attention of the Internet, witnessing it being shaped as by users as they begin to share it amongst themselves. Everything from “What What in the Butt” to the “Baby Stolen by an Eagle”, these videos are wildly different and yet still manage to somehow go viral. Read the rest of this entry »

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Fight Like a Girl Cancer Support Gear Heads to Brick-and-Mortar with Janni Jensen at the Helm

December 30th, 2013
by Editor

The Fight Like a Girl cancer support product line will now be available in brick-and-mortar retail stores and gift shops throughout the country with the addition of Janni Jensen as National Retail Sales and Marketing Executive.

Westlake, OH (PRWEB) December 30, 2013

TSDC LLC, parent of Fight Like a Girl™, a global support organization for women battling cancer and serious illnesses, is pleased to announce that it recently welcomed Janni Jensen as National Retail Sales and Marketing Executive for the expansion of its Fight Like a Girl product line.

Fight Like a Girl Official Gear is the organization’s private label line of t-shirts, gifts, and other merchandise featuring powerful slogans, including “Fight Like a Girl”, inspiring themes, and exclusive designs created to support and empower women who are in the fight of their lives, celebrate survivors, and aid individuals in promoting awareness and supporting loved ones. The full product line, which has been available for purchase on the organization’s website for nearly 4 years, will now be offered to retailers across the country and beyond to resell in their brick-and-mortar shops and stores.

Jensen, who will work out of the organization’s Ames, IA office, will be in charge of building the wholesale-to-retail Fight Like a Girl product line within the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean, identifying and establishing licenses for the Fight Like a Girl brand, assembling and managing a national sales team, and overseeing marketing initiatives and special projects.

Before joining Fight Like a Girl, Jensen spearheaded the Signify Pink by Sigler product line, growing it from the ground to more than 3 million dollars in revenue in the first 2 years. Prior to that, she managed multiple facets of corporate and business development with Sigler Companies.

“Janni’s track record speaks for itself. Her extensive experience will catapult our reseller program which will enable us to expand our mission of supporting women and promoting awareness for important health causes much quicker,” noted Sandy Ellis, President and Founder of Fight Like a Girl. “In addition, because a portion of all Fight Like a Girl Official Gear sales is donated to our non-profit foundation, more families experiencing financial hardship due to a serious medical diagnoses are going to be able to receive much needed assistance. We couldn’t be more thrilled about that.”

Jensen holds a B.S. in Management with a minor in Marketing from Upper Iowa University.

She and her husband, Ronald, live in Ames, IA.






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Found a Job in Abilene

December 11th, 2013
by Editor

Of course I was a lot happier back in Fort Worth and I would love it if things could go back to the way they were, but it was time for me to move on to a new position, but it was not that easy. I had to search around and checked out a ton of the energy providers in texas before I got this job. It is pretty much more than what I was expecting to be honest. I applied for the job and did not think that I would get it at all. In fact I was surprised when they called me back for a second interview. They knew that I was not fully as qualified as I needed to be, but my old supervisor must have convinced them that I would be able to handle the work about as well as any of the other people who applied for the job.

So I was totally unprepared for the move to Abilene. It was not so difficult as I thought that it might be though. My brother in law and got our trucks and we both got hold of landscape trailers from people that we knew. I knew a guy who was willing to sell me his trailer for a couple hundred dollars. I did not really need it beyond the move, but I went ahead and bought it since it was really cheap. I rented this little house that a baptist church owned. It used to be the parsonage, but it must have been too small for any preacher with a family. It is basically the same size as a very small apartment. In fact it is about the same size as the dorm room I lived in when I was a freshman at Texas Christian University.

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Fighting Crime in Any Possible Way

December 10th, 2013
by Editor

I don’t like the state of my neighborhood, but I don’t have enough money to move to a new home in a different neighborhood. Besides, I’ve been living in this neighborhood for nearly 40 years. I shouldn’t have to move just because the crime rate has increased. I will not be chased out of my home by some criminals with no morals. I do have something that will keep them away. I went to home-security.co and had a home security system installed. If a criminal even thinks about trying to do anything to my home, the police will be breathing down his neck in an instant.

What led to me getting a home security system installed was one of my neighbors getting shot in his own home. Read the rest of this entry »

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Meth is Ruining Our Community

November 13th, 2013
by Editor

Our part of the state has the highest amount of meth use in the country, and I did not believe it until a news magazine from one of the major networks came into our town to talk about the use of meth among the people in town. I did not realize that there were so many people that were walking around high, but when I realized that a lot of people did not have their teeth any more because of their meth use then it made sense to me. I had to call kentucky adt to have them come into my home to help me keep my house and my family safe. When they said that crime had risen over two hundred percent from people stealing to get their drug money I knew that we had to do something to keep our family safe. Read the rest of this entry »

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Recording the Indian Wedding Ceremony

May 29th, 2015
by Justin B. Griffin
Indian wedding ceremonies tend to be an event, one which will end up being talked about for many years to come, thus wedding and reception images need to reflect the story for this husband and wife being united. When choosing Indian wedding photographers New York, the pair needs to ensure that the photographer recognizes this along with what is sought after within the photographs to be taken. A three hour celebration can easily grow to a twelve hour event which needs to be fully understood also. Because of this, many elect to use VEK Photo (vekphoto.com) for their New York Indian wedding photography because the business possesses the expertise young couples need and want for their blissful day.An Indian marriage ceremony includes a number of elements, Commence Reading Through

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Repairing After a Bad Storm

April 20th, 2015
by Editor

I was desperately in need of commercial roof repair in Essex County NJ after the roof of my office building caved in. The roof had become damaged in a storm, and eventually it gave way to the damage and just went straight through to the top floors. On the local weather report, I heard that another storm would be coming in a few days, and that it would be worse than the last one. If the storm reached my already damaged building, it would probably tear it down to the ground. I couldn't take that chance, and looked for anyone willing to do commercial roofing in a short time period.

The crashed roof was impacting my ability to run my office, so I needed to have it fixed not only for the upcoming storm, but also so that I wouldn't keep losing money from the days that I couldn't make any money because of my business being closed.

I was able to get in touch with one of the local roofing companies and they agreed to immediately work on my roof. They came to my building with an entire crew and started working right away. It was amazing seeing all of them work in the most efficient manner possible. In only a couple of days, the company had my roof fully repaired, and my employees were able to get back to work. We did as much work as possible before the second storm came.

The second storm passed by and it created quite a mess as it did. I went to my office building to see how much damage had been done, and surprisingly, the roof was still intact. The repair company did a great job of not only fixing the roof, but reinforcing it so that it wouldn't be susceptible to more damage.

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Why Fiber Optic Internet Beat Our All of the Other Choices We Had

March 24th, 2015
by Editor

My husband wanted me to sign up for DSL for our Internet. He is always looking to pinch pennies, but he still demands the highest level of service. He is not as Internet savvy as I am. I work in technology for a living and understand bandwidth a whole lot more than he does. This is why I chose Frontier Communications in Washington for our Internet service over the other options that were out there. For most any home there exists the choice of DSL, cable, satellite or FiOS Internet. Not all services are available in all areas. I do not think any area still uses the old dial-up Internet. It would be useless for today's social media, video and other things online. It would take forever just for simple pictures to display.

DSL is not a bad choice for families, but it is slower than cable. Cable is a popular option, but FiOS is the fastest. Satellite is cool in how it works, but it is actually a poor choice for Internet service for families. This is because it has such restrictive data limits, and it is not that fast, especially when compared to fiber optic. FiOS is available in different levels of service. If you go with the top level one, you are not going to get a faster Internet service at home unless you have a commercial service established at your house. The T1, T3 and other Internet connections still exist, but they are for businesses such as universities and corporations that have a lot of people online at one time. Plus, who has thousands of dollars per month to pay for the Internet bill?

FiOs is fast and affordable. The prices are competitive with cable Internet. You can often even get TV programming and phone service all bundled in for one low set rate. We went with FiOS and my husband did not question it at all. He trusts my judgment.

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This is a Really Expensive Place to Live

March 20th, 2015
by Editor

Frontier Internet CommunicationsI have to admit that I was not really prepared for how expensive it is to live in this part of the state of California. I have been living on the outskirts of the Silicon Valley area and I am up here working on a bunch of really nice houses. Some of the houses I am working for cost tens of millions of dollars. Of course I am not making that kind of money. I have a place I am sharing with two other guys. We have a deal with California Frontier communications, but we are not paying for the TV. We get our TV channels off of the air and figure that we can just watch what is free. The three of us are thinking that we are not really making enough money to live in this part of the state and the guy who who hired us is not looking like he is going to care about how we feel.

At any rate the three of us are working on something else. In fact we are thinking that we can probably make a deal on our own and come out better than we are now. In theory the guy we are working for is making a great deal of money from the work we are doing and the truth is that he has no clue what he is doing. He can sell though and that is the only value he has. Of course he is not working for our benefit. He is trying to exploit our abilities and make us earn a great deal of money for him while he pays us as little as he is able to give up. If he could do the work without our help that might make some sense, but it does not.

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Trying to Figure out How to Get a House

March 2nd, 2015
by Editor

I have started to think quite seriously about buying a little house that I found out in the country near my Dad's place and not too far from where I work. I have found that I need to compare home insurance quotes which is something my Dad has told me about that I had not really guessed about. There is all of the stuff you need to do, but it is not something you can have a lot of of experience at doing. No one is going to have the experience of buying houses all of the time. At least no one except the handful of people who do it as a way to make a living. It is a big thing for me and I have to think about it as easily and as clearly as I am able. You want to do it all the right way and you obviously want to make the right choices so that you get the best deal that is there for you to get.

It is not going to be quick or easy to figure this out and I am trying to talk to the people who can give me the best advice. In fact I have got a lot of confusion out of some of the people who have been involved in trying to buy a house. It is a tough thing to sort through what is good advice and what is best to ignore. Of course you talk to wise men and think their advice is foolish and a fool can tell you something wise every now and again. All in all you want to pick the people that you listen to really carefully. Obviously there is a process that you have to follow and it is best to do it carefully.

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We Finally Got the House

March 2nd, 2015
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New Media and Internet Marketing Degree Now Offered at University ...Meg and I have found ourselves a little house out in the country and we managed to navigate through the process of getting the bank to lend us the money and all of the process with the real estate people. Now we are trying to get it so we can live in it comfortably. Of course we are a little bit stretched for cash after coming up with the down payment. We have a lot of other things we need. We are looking at the cheapest local internet providers, hoping we can find something that makes better sense than paying what the cable company wants you to get. For the moment we are going to live without any cable TV, or satellite for that matter. We figured that if we wanted the house we would probably have to make hard choices, but you are not really forced to pay for TV after all.

I really like ESPN and I watch a lot of documentaries on TV, but aside from that there is not a big need for TV. If you have a good internet you can get stuff to keep you entertained off of it. I am not saying you have to do that illegally, but there is that option. Of course you can find a lot of other ways to spend you time that does not involve sitting in front of a TV. It is something that you can consider trying at the least. Of course in the long term we hope to be able to pay for it again, but maybe not pay the same amount for it that the cable company thinks that you should pay. Obviously they have ideas about what they should charge you, but I have a much different view of the way it should be.

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Getting a Better Deal for My Money

February 13th, 2015
by Editor

My mother taught me a lot of things growing up, and one of them was making sure I am getting my money's worth whenever I buy something. We did not have a lot of money growing up, so that is a lesson that was not only learned but also lived. I have a really nice job now, and I have enough money to do just about anything I want to do, but I am still quite frugal with it. That is why I wanted to find a new Texas Internet service provider.

I had been paying the same company a lot of money over the years for Internet service. It is important for me to have this at home, so I knew it was an expense that I had to have. What I did not need though was rising prices. I am a businessman myself, so I understand that prices do rise. Prices in my own company have risen through the years, but I have always been fair about it. I did not think the same could be said about the Internet service provider I was using at the time. Rather than just sit back and pay another increase, I decided to look at my options.

I was able to find a website that helped me find the provider I wanted to switch to. I wasn't even planning on making the switch the same day, or at least making the arrangements for it. I was simply looking for information on a less expensive Internet provider, but what I found was just too good to pass up. I would get not only a higher speed connection but I also would have a higher cap on the bandwidth that I could use every month. Since that was part of the problem with my former provider, that was a good thing to see. I switched over, and it's great that I am saving money and getting better service at the same time.

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ATMOSPHERE

September 1st, 2014
by Gary T. Eckert
ATMOSPHERE Event on 2014-09-01 20:00:00 Minneapolis is known for many things pretty lakes, the Mall of America, lutefisk. But 17 years ago, hip-hop act Atmosphere transformed the city into something else entirely: a nexus from which underground rap spiraled-out to the masses. And thanks to the duos indefatigable touring habits, Top 20-charting albums, and their galvanizing artist-owned label Rhymesayers (MF Doom, Aesop Rock), theyre still pushing the boundaries of what indie rap can mean.Its with that overachieving-underdog spirit that MC Sean Slug Daley and producer Anthony Ant Davis have named Atmospheres eighth studio album Southsiders (out May 6), a shout-out to their native neighborhood. Because, says Slug, We have spent the majority of our Commence Reading Through

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Securing Your Home When You Are Not Around

August 27th, 2014
by Irene V. Gagliardi
Sliding glass doors can create a security issue in a home. They can be easily opened if someone lifts and shakes the door frame. If you don't have an alarm set up for them, use pipe cut to fit at the door channel. Doing this will help keep your door closed tighter, making it more difficult for burglars to break in.If you install a security system, make certain to hide the wires well. Intruders can easily disable your home security system by cutting or unplugging the wires. Don't make it easy for an intruder, have the wires buried or hidden within the home's walls. You will be much safer.It is important that you do not put expensive valuables in plain sight. It is wise to invest in coverings for large windows that can give criminals a large view of your Commence Reading Through

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Current Reports – Parents’ Suggestions On How To Better Your Homeschool

August 26th, 2014
by Irene V. Gagliardi
Before you decide to home school your child make sure that you understand exactly what you are getting into. Check into your states requirements, and what materials you will need. Make sure that you can set aside enough time to juggle your everyday responsibilities with giving your child the best education you can.Plan some outside activities for each child according to his or her interests. Allowing a child to take music lessons, play sports, or be involved in other interests, helps him to grow and develop in a healthy way. This outside interaction is also an opportunity for social interaction with other kids that he may not get in school.Set specific and measurable intentions for your homeschooling. In addition to meeting legal obligations, set goals Commence Reading Through

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