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Extreme Sports Activities in Pattaya

For those who think Pattaya is a nightlife center and only comes alive at night, check out the extreme sports available to add excitement to your days. If water sports are your interest, there's wind surfing, and kite surfing. You can windsurf all year round, but the ideal time of the year is January to […]

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Mark Sheeks Sets Two Records in the 2008 Port Angeles (WA) Senior Games

Mark Sheeks of Woodinville (WA) set two records while actually running away from all competition at the 2008 Port Angeles (WA) Senior Games Sunday (9-21-08). Sheeks breezed through the 800-meter run in 2: 23.7 and the 400 in 61.66. He then came back to easily win the 1500 in 6: 01.5 while jogging until bringing […]

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What Actually Happens During An OBDII Emissions Inspection

I have seen many people talk about OBD-II emissions tests on various web forums. Often with a puzzled: “I failed readiness!” or “Do I have to do an OBD-II test on my 1994 vehicle?” Since OBD-II has replaced or will replace sniffer tests for 96 and newer vehicles in most states, I thought I’d dump […]

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Why Downtown Los Angeles Is the Place for Alternative Commercial Money Lenders to Focus on in 2016

All reports show that baby boomers are our up-and-coming home buyers. Baby boomer professionals with money are looking to settle down and buy parcels of land that they can call their own and, if they have children, pass on to coming generations. Baby boomers mostly live, work and play in downtown Los Angeles and that […]

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Approaching Roof Repair With Proper Precaution

No roof repair job should be taken lightly. The smartest roof repair work is to hire a professional to do it, but if that isn’t in the cards, it entails having person and equipment in good condition, exercising proven methods of handling the ladder, and using proper climbing techniques. State and national Standards of Practice […]

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Ice Cream Soldiers – Finding Alex

ICE CREAM SOLDIERS-FINDING ALEX Ever since Alex was a student at the 8th Avenue Elementary School in Bellwood, Illinois he wanted to be a soldier. He shared his dreams with his mother, father and younger brothers. Everyone thought it was just a young boy's fancy, after all, Alex has been exposed to John Wayne movies […]

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Installment Agreements After Rejection of Offer in Compromise

Rejection from the IRS on an offer in compromise application might perhaps fill you with a bit of stress and panic, however don’t agonize — you can proceed with the option of satisfying the payment of the balance in installments. The Internal Revenue Service offers some different installment agreement options including partial-payment installment plans or […]

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Hemorrhoid Treatment – How to Treat the Worst Hemorrhoids Quickly and Effectively

When it comes to hemorrhoid treatments, there are few things more important than going to the source of the problem. This means that you must figure out what the root problem is first, and then act accordingly. In other words, why are you getting hemorrhoids? For instance, some insignificant part of your diet might have […]

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Inspecting Drain Pipe Problems

Home inspections address drainpipe problems more indirectly than directly. First, much drainpipe is out of sight, and inspectors do not perform any kind of invasive testing. Second, their focus is more on normal functioning of the plumbing system than individual components, unless and until they detect a leak or excess moisture accumulation, in which case […]

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Cruise Ship Drummer

Cruise ships are a fantastic opportunity to make a living from your playing and improve your playing in a variety of styles whilst traveling to every corner of the world in style, but be warned; it could be your dream job or a tedious and claustrophobic nightmare. GETTING THE GIG People pay large sums to […]

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Building Range for the Beginning Trumpet Player

I teach many students each week, and all of them are interested in one thing: playing high notes on the trumpet. I’m not sure where this fascination that higher is better came from (well, I guess we could Maynard Ferguson for this), but it is typically the area that most students, old and young, want […]

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Blondie Biography and Top 10 Songs

There were two main reasons I started listening to Blondie and they were: first I thought Debbie Harry was amazingly beautiful and second the style of music they made. At the time I got into Blondie I was listening to a lot of punk and new wave stuff like The Sex Pistols, The Clash, Sham […]

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How to Lighten Your Load and Find More Time in Your Life

'Lightening your load' is an important part of time management, simply because you'll end up having less 'stuff' to manage! What 'stuff' am I referring to? All the things you do on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Have you ever fantasized about ditching your commitments and doing something outrageous like running away to a […]

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Hawaiian Luau Party Games

The warm season is just the time to put together a few Hawaiian Luau party games for your next tropical themed cookout. Be sure to bring lots of energy and creativity for these games! Body Art: This Hawaiian Luau party game is more of a fun pastime than an actual game, but the guests will […]

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Ancient Greek Pottery

The pottery of ancient Greece is one of the most tangible and iconic elements of ancient Greek art. The colorful vases and pots of the ancient Greeks have lived in large numbers and are today highly prized as collectors items. Ancient Greeks made pottery for everyday use, not for display, the trophies won at games […]

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Snorkeling Cozumel

It may be that your children are too young to scuba dive or they just do not have the desire. Possibly your spouse is not interested in scuba diving. It may be they are just not sure if scuba diving is for them. Snorkeling at Cozumel is a great place to introduce them to the […]

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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Gender and Postmodernism in the Philip K Dick Novel

Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? is a complex novel that could be considered postmodernist. To a varying extent, it raises the issue of gender, its structure inevitably exerting a considerable influence over how this theme is conveyed. Dick’s novel is open to a variety of interpretations from a range of disciplines. […]

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Senior Superstar Banana George’s Biography Is Filled With Inspiration and Fun

Banana George: Don’t Wait for Life to Happen, Make It Happen is the biography of one of the most inspiring and colorful celebrities of recent years. Written by the Blair family (his wife and daughters) along with Karen Putz, author and fellow barefoot water skier, this biography chronicles all of George’s life-affirming ninety-eight years. Readers […]

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2013 NFL Week 10 Review – The All Time Greatest Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers and Running Backs

WEEK 10 REVIEW This week the Denver Broncos started where they left off before the bye week with their power house lease led by Peyton Manning . Manning continues to maneuver its off unit down the field with regularity and ease. The San Diego Chargers trailed the Broncos 21-6 at the half and put up […]

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Interview With Gregory Erich Phillips, Author of "Love of Unfinished Years"

This moving debut novel by Gregory Erich Phillips won the grand prize in the Chanticleer Reviews international writing competition. From a prolific literary family, Gregory tells aspirational stories through strong, relatable characters that transcend time and place. Living in Seattle, Washington, he is also an accomplished tango dancer and musician. Welcome Gregory, and thank you […]

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