Entering a sweepstake or contest can be a lot of fun. Especially with the antisipation of maybe just maybe you will be the lucky winner. But it just doesn't happen that way. You know if you go for the "Big Prize", you won't be able to take it. Examples would be win a new kitchen or home renovation, well if you don't own your home and rent, what good would it do to renovate a rental. It don't belong to you, oh, sure the landowner, would approve it, why not, once it is done they can raise your rent or move you right on out. Or, a new car, you don't have any money to keep your old honda going, how you going to pay taxes on a new car? Or, you could win a trip somewhere including airfare, well if your afraid of flying, why bother? Oh, sure you can enter to win some of the smaller prizes, but it seems like those are the most likely ones you would have a chance to win, but the odds are greater than the chances.........
Yet, here I go entering yet another contest or sweepstake. I know the
Entering a sweepstake or contest can be a lot of fun. Especially with the antisipation of maybe just maybe you will be the lucky winner. But it just doesn't happen that way. You know if you go for the "Big Prize", you won't be able to take it. Examples would be win a new kitchen or home renovation, well if you don't own your home and rent, what good would it do to renovate a rental. It don't belong to you, oh, sure the landowner, would approve it, why not, once it is done they can raise your rent or move you right on out. Or, a new car, you don't have any money to keep your old honda going, how you going to pay taxes on a new car? Or, you could win a trip somewhere including airfare, well if your afraid of flying, why bother? Oh, sure you can enter to win some of the smaller prizes, but it seems like those are the most likely ones you would have a chance to win, but the odds are greater than the chances.........Read More »from Sweepstakes, Contest Why Bother
- P.S.Remesh Chandran. Trivandrum. | Author Blog Posts – Fri, Nov 23, 2012 10:56 AM EST
The quantities of coal, oil and natural gas are decreasing and in a nearby future, they won't be available for man for producing electricity. In major cities around the world, people are nowadays saying farewell to these kinds of fossil fuels and turning to renewable sources of energy. Rubbish and other kinds of waste are the best among those sources which can be used for this purpose. Wastetricity is becoming more and more an accepted form of energy to replace electricity. Rubbish accumulated through years in a city are now lying in heaps serving as mere landfills, constantly producing harmful greenhouse gases and obnoxious smell, wasting valuable real estate. Normally this rubbish will decompose at a slower rate but by adding chemicals, its decomposing can be speeded up. By adding oxygen, decaying rubbish can be made to produce carbon dioxide and methane which can be pipe-transported to conversion plants to produce electricity. In nearby future, all metropolises in the world willRead More »from Why City Administrations Turn Rubbish into Electricity? P.S.Remesh Chandran, Trivandrum
Yunnan baiyao main ingredient is notoginseng.And it's a greyish yellow to light brown yellow powder. With specific aroma and the somewhat refreshing taste have linen tongue feeling. The insurance sub for the red spherical or spherical Shuiwan of profile was brown or tan. The micro gas, slightly bitter taste.Read More »from Yunnan Baiyao Manual
Yunnan Baiyao Functions and Indications:Stasis to stop bleeding, blood pain, swelling detoxification. For bruises, bleeding, swelling, pain, vomiting blood, coughing up blood, blood in the stool, hemorrhoids blood, the blood uterine bleeding sore swollen poison, and soft tissue contusion, closed fractures, bronchiectasis and tuberculosis, coughing up blood, ulcer bleeding, as well as skin infections.
Yunnan Baiyao Dosage:Knife, gun, bone-setters such injury, regardless of the severity of bleeding water delivery service; bleeding throat and not bloodshed wine delivery service. Gynecological disease wine delivery service, but menorrhagia, red collapse with warm water. Beginning of
The terms Lawyer, Attorney, Barrister and Solicitor are terms that are often confused but one needs to be aware of the subtle differences that are there between them. However, Attorney and Lawyer are the most common terms. Below, we will try to give clarity to some of these terms and then subsequently give what we think are vital issues to look at when one is looking for a good attorney or lawyer especially when one suffers such a sickness like Mesothelioma. A sickness that causes cancer and other sicknesses mostly resulting from asbestos related causes. You need to be aware.
In case of a legal case, a good choice of a mesothelioma trial lawyer is critical. The Mesothelioma lawyer should be able to know the dangers resulting from the exposure to asbestos. The Mesothelioma lawyer should be ready to work tirelessly to defend the rights of those who are affected by the asbestos-related diseases of whichRead More »from Mesothelioma Lawyers
November 15th's edition of At The Airport is out, and its free!
Do you know how to do a profile analysis? Can you determine what planes will fill the bill when buying your next aircraft? What about picking the right aircraft model meeting the profile?
Read a little bit about Americas top WWII ace, Dick Bong.
See a photo shoot of classic bombers from times past.
See whats happening in aviation from several news outlets.
You can check out the second in a series on Adding a Plane to Your Fleet in the current edition of At The Airport, the free Aviation Ezine for and by people in our industry. It's a not-for-profit give back to the aviation community. It's secure, and subscriber's privacy is absolutely protected. It looks at where we came from as well as where we are going today. There is a focus on persons of interest, personal improvement and life in aviation.Read More »from At the Airport, the Aviation News Ezine
- Ellen Dolgen | Author Blog Posts – Wed, Nov 21, 2012 10:11 PM EST
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and then the holidays officially begin! The grocery stores have sold out of turkeys, urban pumpkin patches have been converted to Christmas tree lots, and everyone is talking about their plans for December. For some of us, it's not enough to just have Thanksgiving. You may believe you must have THE BEST THANKSGIVING EVER! You might have even spent days just focused on preparing your turkey.
So what else is the perimenopause and menopause woman focused on this Thanksgiving?
- She is focused on how she is going to remember to take the turkey out of the oven.
- She is focused on her stomach and her hips - wondering if she's going to fit into last year's holiday clothes.
- She is focused on how to keep her unpredictable emotions under control when the inevitable family/holiday stress kicks in.
- She is focused on getting a good night's sleep - because she has forgotten what that is!
In honor of the sisterhood, in recognition of all that weRead More »from Menopause News Flash: Ellen Dolgen’s Recipe for a “chill” and Happy Thanksgiving
Dog looking at up at Thanksgiving table
With Turkey Day and the holiday season fast approaching, many pet owners want to treat their pet to a "thankful" meal/bite/snack from their holiday dinner table. What table scraps are OK to feed them--if any--throughout the holidays?
At Canine Assistants, we use lots of 'people food' as treats for our dogs in training. We are careful never to feed those treats to our dogs while we are eating ourselves. We also stick to foods we know are safe for dogs, such as cheese, peanut butter, and chicken, and we use them in very small amounts. We never feed our dogs bones that aren't specifically designed to be digested by dogs. Avoid the temptation to toss your pet the wishbone and share a little piece of turkey breast instead.
Some party leftovers are safe for your dog, like a little bit of your leftover turkey, but avoid feeding skin and fat sinceRead More »from Holiday Dinner Scraps: OK for Pets?
When I reflect on what I am thankful for this Thanksgiving, the list is so full (and soulful)! I am thankful for the insights I have gained over the last year since I met Laura Kamm and Kwala Mandel who are the beautiful women responsible for my Golden Door opportunity that has changed the course of my life. I am thankful for the peace from within myself that was only a whisper before. I love waking up in the morning excited and hopeful that the choices I make will be in my highest and best good as well as the highest and best for others. I feel connected to people, nature, Source (God), and myself more than ever before.
I'm filled with hope that all of my dreams will come true, from optimum health to finding true love, it is all mine for the taking. I feel it now in my presence. I surrender to the fact that I am not in control of everything in my life, I am only in control of myself and my thoughts and perceptions. I feel ready for all that this beautiful world has to offer myRead More »from Thanksgiving - God Gave Me You!
"Be considerate of the other people at the table and treat them the way you want to be treated." (Sirach 31:15) (A book from the Apocrypha of the Old Testament)
The table has been set, the invitation extended, and now we wait. In this case it's not just one table, but many tables that have been set up in our church's gymnasium as we prepare for the second annual Thanksgiving community luncheon. Come to think of it, maybe it really does represent just one table - the Lord's Table that we have set to welcome all who are in need of physical, emotional, and spiritual nourishment on Thanksgiving Day.
Leading up to this holiday season I am saddened to hear how the retail industry is once more encroaching upon another opportunity for us to pause in our hectic lives, be thankful, spend quality time with loved ones, and extend the hand of fellowship to others. The conflict that has developed around this year's retail shopping schedule and the demands itRead More »from People at the Table
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