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Travel to the small town of Mars, where youll find a meddling horse, paper bag floors, and a flying saucer on the town square—in the book by Hope Toler Dougherty, Mars . . . with Venus Rising. Penn Davenport dreams of passing the CPA exam and moving away from the two aunts who reared her after 
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Rare and beautiful stones were once regarded as being inhabited by spirits. read more »
Sharing information and experiences that relate to the topics of health and wellness are of great importance to me personally. There are so many of us that are in the position to face health related concerns that will forever change our perspectives on wellness.It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to gain firsthand insight from Dayna Steele, author of Surviving Alzheimers With Friends, Facebook, and A Really Big Glass of Wine- A Caregivers Guide to Love, Humor, Patience, Confusion, Anger and Wine.
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Stanford Universitys underwater robot went diving off the coast of France and retrieved treasure from a 17th century wreck. Continue reading → read more »
Introducing Woven Tradition accent colors! A pop of color with Sunflower Yellow and Teal Blue will give your table and entertaining a fresh new flair! Pair with our Summer color baskets that are available for a festive, fun table setting! Visit shopbasketsnmore.com to see all the May specials. read more »
May 2nd, 2016The month of May is off to a good start with 5 big dividend payments! May is one of the slower months for dividends, with only 14 payments for the month, so there are 9 more payments coming in before the end of the month. However, June is going to be big, with a total of 20 dividends followed by 19 in July! Should see increase in monthly cash flow from some of my recent purchases starting this month. Will capture the dividend for May, from tomorrow's purchase of additional shares of SPHD. JM... read more »
Will the first astronaut on Mars work for SpaceX or NASA -- or both? read more »
There used to be a time when I was surprised about stuff. Graft, corruption, greed - few things surprise me, anymore. Take, for example, the story about the latest Parmesan Cheese scandal.
Seems the FDA recently conducted a raid on Castle Cheese, Inc. Seems "someone" tipped the FDA onto the fact that Castle Cheese was using wood pulp in its 100% Parmesan Cheese product and passing it off as 100% Parmesan Cheese (and not mentioning that part about using wood pulp). Turns out the FDA discovered that Cas... read more »
Hello from Seoul!Yes, I'm back in South Korea, which I now fondly refer to as 'my other motherland'. I came with my little man, as usual, and we'll be staying here for a good four weeks. It's still Yue's school break after all and we're entitled to stay here for a maximum of 30 days, so we're making the most out of this spring vacation (and the money we spent on plane tickets, haha).Anyway, one of the first things I did when we arrived was to do the groceries at Emart - the largest and oldest discount st... read more »