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Five financial products you should own

You don’t need to be born with a silver spoon in your mouth to build wealth. With the right products, you can grow and protect a healthy nest egg. 684 more words


Nurturing self-acceptance

One of my projects has been to illustrate a story about my maternal grandparents for my children. My mother’s parents lived a life that appeared to be supported, rather than encumbered, by self-consciousness. 167 more words

Art Journal

The Sun Explodes Reveal 'The Unnatural' Video & New EP Details

“A brilliant cocktail of noise”Metal Hammer

“Titanic pile-up of tangled riffs and dispairing vocals, memorable for all the right reasons”Terrorizer

“Sonic scientists with soul, a wondrous advery for new school thinking” 212 more words

Possessive Management

Evolving Legacies

Construction Executive, November 2012

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France: The covoiturage on a trailer

One day, I needed to go from the city of Vichy in central France to Paris to then take another trip, I decided to use a cheap way to travel called “covoiturage” which is becoming very popular in France and in many other European countries its main purpose being sharing a car with a stranger you contact through a website and share some of the expenses of the journey so the cost is usually much lower than the train. 1,006 more words


A Note of Thanks to Our Sister Sarah Palin

I am not threatened by strong, confident and beautiful, yet loving women like Sarah Palin, thanks to an equally confident, strong, beautiful and good woman who I admire in my personal life..

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In The News

Man, Who Killed Unarmed Black Teen For Loud Music, Found Guilty

Sometimes you do see JUSTICE in Florida.

Michael Dunn, the man that shot bullets into a car playing loud music in a Florida parking lot in November 2012, was found guilty in the murder of 17-year old Jordan Davis. 67 more words