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- Bought these stupid ‘sweets’ from the shop and decided to make it into a challenge!
Event on 2016-01-22 21:00:00
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moe. is the preeminent progressive rock band on the music scene today—a quintet of world class musicians, whose creative output equals that of their longevity. In a remarkable career that has touched three decades and produced a discography of 24 albums, the Sugar Hill Records recording artist of Al Schnier and Chuck Garvey on guitars and vocals, Rob Derhak on bass and vocals, Jim Loughlin on percussion and vibes, and Vinnie Amico on drums, continue to push the standard for performance art higher and further.
Whether touring around the globe, headlining music festivals, or sharing the stage with such diverse acts as the Allman Brothers, Dave Matthews Band, The Who, Robert Plant, Government Mule, or Blues Traveler, among many others, what keeps moe. at the forefront of the music scene is not only the energy and vitality of their music and songwriting, but the showmanship in which it is delivered. Their music is clever, melodic, refined, filled with “ferocious guitar riffs” and “intricate rhythms” (Relix); their performances are entertaining, mesmerizing, and epic.
From their humble, inconspicuous beginnings as a local bar band in Buffalo, NY, to headlining Radio City Music Hall on New Year’s Eve, moe.’s journey has been one of hard work, perseverance, and dedication. Critical acclaim and a solid national and international fan base has resulted in a dedicated following that grows each year. Rolling Stone magazine named Chuck and Al among the top twenty new “guitar gods,” The pair have been featured in Guitar World and Modern Guitar, Jim and Vinnie in Drum!, and Rob in Bass Player. The renowned guitar play between Al and Chuck has become the stuff of legend. The exceptional vibe and percussion work by Jim is brilliant. The understated bass play by Rob is masterful. The seamless, efficiency of Vinnie’s drumming is extraordinary. Together, the five create a musical synergy greater than the sum of their parts.
The news about moe. keeps getting better, too, in the studio and on tour. A new album, their second on Sugar Hill Records, is set for a 2014 release. It follows the critically acclaimed 2012 release, What Happened To The LA LAs, and the 2010 Smash Hits, Volume One—a rerecording of some of moe.’s most endearing classics. The band’s tour schedule is extensive, playing in venues, intimate and grand, from NYC to LA, San Fran to Atlanta, Chi Town to Bean Town, from Tokyo to Toronto, and across the Atlantic to Paris, Amsterdam, London, Hamburg, and Milano. Long a featured act at music festivals, they’ve performed and headlined at the likes of Bonnaroo, All Good, and High Sierra, in the US, and Fuji Rock Festival in Japan, and Burg Herzberg in Germany, to name a few; yet made time to promote and perform at their own festivals—Summer Camp, Snoe.down, and moe.down.
By all accounts, for this “legendary jam band,” as Rolling Stone described them, moe. represents rock and roll at its best. Welcome news for the moe. faithful and the band’s ever-expanding fan base. Even better news for the world of rock and roll, for moe. is just hitting their creative stride.
at Boulder Theater
2032 14th Street
Boulder, United States
- Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine
Event on 2016-04-15 20:00:00
America's loudest lounge singer Richard Cheese performs swingin' Vegas versions of rock, rap, and Top40 hits, "swankifying" contemporary songs into traditional pop vocal standards. With his Lounge Against The Machine swing band, Cheese has sold more than 200,000 CDs, and played hundreds of sellout concerts around the world.
The finger-snapping, liquor-lapping, night-capping crooner first stepped into the spotlight in 2000 with his LOUNGE AGAINST THE MACHINE album. This critically acclaimed CD featured "swankified" versions of alternative rock songs, such as Radiohead's CREEP and Limp Bizkit's NOOKIE, arranged for a big band sound. Thanks to radio stations including KROQ/Los Angeles, Z100/New York City, and the nationally-syndicated Dr. Demento Show, Cheese soon found an audience that shared his love of lounge music, including rockstar Brian Setzer, who hired Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine to play at his private Christmas party with The Stray Cats!
Soon, Dick landed a gig as the co-host and bandleader on MTV's Say What Karaoke series. He was also interviewed in 2001 on CNN, profiled in The Los Angeles Times, and featured as a category on VH1's Rock 'N' Roll Jeopardy. RC also headlined frequent concerts at The House Of Blues in Los Angeles and Anaheim, The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, and radio station festivals like 91X XFest in San Diego, the WHFS HFSmas Nutcracker in Washington DC's Patriot Center, and the Y100 Feztival at Philadelphia's Tweeter Center. Richard Cheese was also hired to entertain at Blink182 drummer Travis Barker's first wedding!
In 2002, Richard Cheese was back in blacktie with his TUXICITY CD, an album of uncensored alternative, rap, and pop covers, including loungey remakes of Sir Mix-A-Lot's BABY GOT BACK, Van Halen's HOT FOR TEACHER, and System of a Down's CHOP SUEY. RC's popularity grew with sell-out concerts around the U.S.A., plus a slot as the opening act for the Brian Setzer Orchestra Christmas Concert at the world famous Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles. Cheese also made appearances on The Opie & Anthony Show and The Howard Stern Show, Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends Morning Show, and RC & LATM appeared a dozen times as the Vegas house band on NBC's Last Call With Carson Daly. The standing-room-only concerts continued in 2003, as RC crisscrossed the country playing venues from the Mercury Lounge in New York City to Sunset Station Casino in Las Vegas.
Cheese returned in 2004 with his I'D LIKE A VIRGIN CD, an intuxicating collection of "loungified" covers, including a snazzy remake of Snoop Dogg's GIN AND JUICE, and an inspired version of Michael Jackson's BEAT IT accompanied by a children's choir. That same year, RC performed PERSONAL JESUS and BABY GOT BACK on ABC-TV's Jimmy Kimmel Live, and his cheesey version of Disturbed's song DOWN WITH THE SICKNESS was featured in the 2004 Universal motion picture Dawn Of The Dead, thanks to director and cheese fan Zack Snyder. Cheese played concerts all over the world in 2004, including a private party performance at the Playboy Mansion, and sellout gigs in Los Angeles, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe, Portland, Seattle, Honolulu, Portugal, and London.
In 2005, Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine released their fourth album, APERITIF FOR DESTRUCTION, an all-new CD of kooky covers for lounge lovers. This 18-track record included Vegas versions of songs originally by Guns 'N' Roses, U2, Black Eyed Peas, The Beastie Boys, Metallica, Slipknot, and many more. From 2 Live Crew's ME SO HORNY to Green Day's AMERICAN IDIOT, Cheese served up another "fromage homage" to the hottest hits in music. Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine performed a giant sellout concert at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles, and the band was hired to entertain at big-time showbiz events like the TVLand Awards, the Daytime Emmy Awards, and a Hollywood Hurricane Katrina benefit.
In 2006, RC released two new albums. His greatest hits CD, THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE MOON: THE BEST OF RICHARD CHEESE, featured 10 all-new recordings plus 8 of RC's cheesiest favorites. The album boasted newly re-recorded 2006 versions of Cheese classics RAPE ME, CLOSER, CREEP, NOOKIE, COME OUT AND PLAY, and FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT. Backed by a big band and a bigger sound, this was the biggest Dick yet!
In the winter of 2006, Cheese was back with his sixth CD, SILENT NIGHTCLUB, a collection of happenin' holiday hits just in time for Christmas. The all-new album included 14 spirited covers of songs like HOLIDAY IN CAMBODIA, DO THEY KNOW IT'S CHRISTMAS, PERSONAL JESUS, I MELT WITH YOU, LIKE A VIRGIN, IMAGINE, and ICE ICE BABY. Plus, Richard Cheese recorded an all-new original song called CHRISTMAS IN LAS VEGAS, which was featured on the NBC-TV series Las Vegas. And, Cheese's versions of SILENT NIGHT and Beyonce's NAUGHTY GIRL were featured in the NBC-TV soap series Passions.
In 2007, RC & LATM hit the road for their nationwide "Drinkchronicity" tour. The band performed sellout shows for thousands of fans at the House Of Blues in Chicago and New Orleans, the Bowery Ballroom in New York City, The Derby in Los Angeles, The Red Devil Lounge in San Francisco, and The Social in Orlando, plus venues in Seattle, Portland, Sacramento, and San Diego. Richard Cheese also began headlining at The Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, including a sellout show on New Year's Eve.
Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine released their 7th CD in Fall 2007, DICK AT NITE. This album features lounge-style versions of classic TV theme songs, including THREE'S COMPANY, THE BRADY BUNCH, THE JEFFERSONS, and GILLIGAN'S ISLAND, plus more recent theme song hits like SOUTH PARK and SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS. The album was also released on iTunes with exclusive bonus songs, and several tracks were included in promotional events for TVLand.
In 2009 and 2010, Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine released three all-new CDs. The first album, VIVA LA VODKA: RICHARD CHEESE LIVE presented live performances from RC's 8 years of concerts, radio interviews, television appearances, and private party gigs. The band's next release, O.K. BARTENDER, was an all-new studio album, featuring covers of hits by Lady Gaga, Queen, Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, Weezer, and Radiohead. And, Richard Cheese produced a new CD for Waikiki lounge singer Johnny Aloha called JOHNNY ALOHA: LAVAPALOOZA, featuring Hawaiian-style "tiki music" versions of popular rock and rap songs. Richard Cheese was also interviewed in a feature article in The Wall Street Journal, and performed live on The Kevin & Bean Morning Show on KROQ/Los Angeles.
RC returned in 2011 with his 10th album, RICHARD CHEESE: LIVE AT THE ROYAL WEDDING, an unbelievable live performance recorded at Wills & Kate's reception at Buckingham Palace in England! The album included live swing trio versions of some of Cheese's most popular songs, plus new tunes like ANARCHY IN THE U.K., PUSSY CONTROL, REHAB, HELTER SKELTER, and TOO DRUNK TO FUCK. The band headlined a sold-out show at London's Forum, and also played for 15,000 people — at 11:30AM — at England's Sonisphere Festival. RC & LATM also toured the U.S. with big concerts in Las Vegas, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle, Denver, Houston, Boston, Atlanta, and on a boat in New York City. And, the band performed at a private party at Muse drummer Dominic Howard's home in Hollywood.
Later that year, Richard Cheese released his 11th album, A LOUNGE SUPREME, with a whole new collection of new loungified hits like LIKE A G6, ROCK YOU LIKE A HURRICANE, BOOM BOOM POW, CARELESS WHISPER, TIK TOK, MARGARITAVILLE, and SHOTS. The album also introduced two new original songs, RC's new original BIRTHDAY SONG, and his swingin' salute to laziness, LET'S LOUNGE.
In 2012, Richard Cheese released BACK IN BLACK TIE, a new album paying tribute to the deadest rockstars in music history. The CD includes songs like Led Zeppelin's STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN, Rick James's SUPERFREAK, Nirvana's SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT, Bob Marley's ONE LOVE, Eazy-E's GIMMIE THAT NUTT, INXS's NEED YOU TONIGHT, and Slipknot's PEOPLE EQUALS SHIT. The band also performed at the 2012 Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Convention, and played big shows in Seattle, Houston, and San Francisco. RC also returned to London for a headlining concert at Cadogan Hall, and a private Halloween party performance at the home of British TV presenter Jonathan Ross! On the same London trip, the band also appeared as the house band on The Jonathan Ross Show on ITV1, and at the band Muse's concert after-party on a boat on the Thames River! Also in 2012, Richard Cheese released two new greatest hits compilation albums, DOWN WITH THE DICKNESS: RICHARD CHEESE'S DIRTIEST GREATEST HITS and HAIL TO THE CHEESE: RICHARD CHEESE'S ALL-AMERICAN GREATEST HITS, available for download at music.richardcheese.com.
In 2013, RC returned to the road with headlining shows in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington D.C., Orlando, Honolulu, and of course, Las Vegas. And, the band released THE ROYAL BABY ALBUM, a studio version of their 2011 Royal Wedding album performances. Then, just in time for Christmas, the band released RICHARD CHEESE: COCKTAILS WITH SANTA, an all-new CD collection of holiday standards, recorded in Santa's workshop at the North Pole! The CD, plus T-Shirts, Posters, and other merchandise, can be ordered at the official Richard Cheese webstore shop.richardcheese.com.
After taking a year off, RC performed several U.S. concerts in 2014-2015 on his ON THE RUM tour. Meanwhile, a new digital compilation album, MUCHO QUESO: 10 COMPLETE RICHARD CHEESE ALBUMS, was released exclusively at shop.richardcheese.com. And, RC wrote and sang the theme song THINK AGAIN for a World Hepatitis Day music video.
Now, fifteen years after the debut of his LOUNGE AGAINST THE MACHINE CD, a new autobiographical book and ebook will be published in summer 2015. "ATLAS LOUNGED: THE MUSIC, MARTINIS, AND MADNESS BEHIND RICHARD CHEESE & LOUNGE AGAINST THE MACHINE" by Mark Jonathan Davis is on advance sale now at www.atlaslounged.com.
The hardest working Dick in show business continues to perform sellout shows all over the world, from Las Vegas to London, from New York to New Orleans, from Hollywood to Honolulu. Thanks to eighteen albums, hundreds of concerts, 120,000 FaceBook fans, and a million martinis, Richard Cheese has earned a prominent place in that prestigious pantheon of lounge legends: Frank … Sammy … Dean ………. and Richard Cheese.
at Crystal Ballroom
1332 W Burnside
Portland, United States
- Play Chess every Saturday in Marietta Square
Event on 2016-01-09 15:00:00
We are a group of casual Chess players from the Atlanta area that meet every Saturday in Marietta, GA.
No membership required, and all skill levels welcomed. We currently have members ranging from beginners to advanced, so you will have a great time pairing up with respective partners.
Our hosting location is at the "Cool Beans Coffee Roasters" in Marietta, GA. It is conveniently located at the Marietta Square: 31 Mill Street #100, Marietta, GA 30060.
Chess playing time: 3:00pm on Saturdays.
(Please bring your own Chess Board to play on)
In the event of rain, the venue changes to: Canvas Cafe (724 Cherokee St Marietta, GA 30060) @ 3pm.
at Marietta Square
Marietta GA 30090
Marietta, United States
- Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz with Anna Bee
Event on 2016-01-11 20:00:00
The Leslie Knope of Austin Quizmasters hosts a weekly pub quiz testing your knowledge of topics ranging from music to sports, American history to famous movie quotes.
Voted the best trivia company in Austin, the quiz is ALWAYS free to play and successful contestants are rewarded with free drinks throughout the night, as well as gift cards for top ranking teams.
So avoid the downtown crowds, grab five of your favorite geeks and join us at the coolest spot in town to enjoy incredible coffee, weekly drink specials, and delicious food with options available for vegan and gluten free diets.
What people are saying about Kick Butt Coffee:
"This place is rad. Coffe, food, music, booze. It's got it all." – tripadvisor contributor
"Kick Butt… the name says it all! – Outstanding coffee (100% arabica beans, triple-filtered water, locally roasted), a laid-back atmosphere, authentic martial arts decor, freshly-made-to-order organic pizzas and salads, pastries, beer, wine, liquor, (amazing) sake, comedy nights (improv/stand-up), live music (open mic/jazz night), free wi-fi, local artwork displays, classic kung fu movies and a Wii– what more could Austin look for in a coffee shop? There is ample seating room, whether you prefer small tables and chairs (that are easily rearranged), big, cushy booths, barstools or ottomans. Come alone to study or hang out with your book club or motorcycle group– anything goes. It's ideal for a first date as a relaxed, get-to-know-you destination (share a plate of garlic knots and sip white chocolate raspberitinis) before venturing downtown." – Citysearch reviewer
"I am currently sipping the most delicious and the biggest cup of Caramel Latte with soy milk and plenty o' foam I have ever had the pleasure of drinking. I am sitting in a booth, logged on to free WiFi and surrounded by nun-chucks, throwing stars, red and black decor, and really neat portraits (they remind me of KISS). Oh, and did I mention the nice barristas dressed in awesome martial arts inspired uniforms? Hands down the coolest coffee shop I've been to." – Yelp.com reviewer
at Kick Butt Coffee
5775 Airport Blvd.
Austin, United States
- San Antonio COFFEE Festival
Event on 2016-01-09 10:00:00
A celebration of coffee – open to all coffee-lovers!
Celebrating the Art of Coffee
Beans from all over the world
Locally Roasted + Artfully Brewed
Specialty Coffee Tasting Flights
Free Coffee Workshops
Live Music + Entertainment + Food
Free Arts Activities
TASTE. LEARN. ENJOY. SHARE.
TASTE amazing fresh, locally roasted coffee from all over the world. The Coffee Tasting Flight is the hallmark of the San Antonio Coffee Festival. for a 4-tasting flight
LEARN all about coffee at free workshops – participate in hands-in demonstrations. Meet local coffee artisans who artfully brew 40+ coffees.
ENJOY Live music and entertainment. Eat some good food. Kid’s activities. Visit with friends. Soak in the history of La Villita…take the walking tour.
SHARE the fabulous selection of freshly roasted coffees. Take home a pound of the coffee you like most. Perfect holiday gift-giving – idea: family, friends, colleagues….plus you can show them how to brew the ever-elusive perfect cup of coffee.
La Villita Historic Arts Village – S. Alamo St. at Nueva – on the River Walk in downtown San Antonio
Presented by: San Antonio Coffee Festival, City of San Antonio’s Center City Development & Operations Department, with special thanks to the La Villita Historic Arts Village team and tenants!
at La Villita Historical Arts Village
418 Villita St.
San Antonio, United States
- Open Mic with Mike
Event on 2016-01-11 19:00:00
Michael Domulot from the local band Three Bean Soup! invites you to share your talents! Sing a song, play a tune, read some poetry, or just come enjoy the hour of creative expression with like-minded folks.
at Unity of Pensacola
716 N 9th Ave
Pensacola, United States
- TAPAS Cooking Class with Chef Kristina ~ at Fresh Fit Foods
Event on 2016-01-19 18:00:00
Each dinner class includes a three-course meal with beverage options of juice blend or spring water. All prices are per person inclusive. All classes are by reservation only. Guests may also provide their own wine or beer to accompany their meal; no corkage fee will apply. Menu: Manchego, Tapenade & Wine Jelly on Lentil Chips Garlic Potatoes with Almonds & Blue Cheese Spiced Pork Tenderloin with White Bean & Chile Mash Smoked Clams, Artichoke, Green Olive & Apple Salad Creme Catalana (Caramelized Custard Dessert) Enjoyed as small snacks with a glass of wine or beer, TAPAS are the perfect center piece to a relaxed gathering for friends & family. This class will offer a tasting of several tapas recipes that can be mixed & matched for any occasion. **Dessert will be the only dairy menu item; the addition of cheese is optional where listed. All courses are gluten free.
at Fresh Fit Foods
14700 Tamiami Trail North, Unit #10
Naples, United States
- Nato Inclinato: A Chinese Italian Dinner
Event on 2016-01-11 18:30:00
going to italian restaurants i have always wished i had brought with me a pair of chopsticks to eat the pasta dishes the way i would noodles. this memory of wanting was the birth of “nato inclinato”, which translates to born slanted.
the arrangements meld chinese and italian flavors, textures, and aesthetics by using their ingredients interchangeably. conceptually, they feel and taste as if they are cut from the same cloth. Hence, nato inclinato, the imagination of what dishes would come out of a complete amalgamation of the two cultures.
january 11 & january 25
dinner begins at 6:30pm
22 seats available. communal seating only
1_ MOUSSE and MELON
parmigiano reggiano, silken tofu, melon, prosciutto
butternut squash, water chestnut, ricotta salata, cavalo nero, grappa
nian gao, mozzarella di bufala, tomato broth, basil, olive oil
sweetbreads, xo sauce, lotus root, xo sauce, pea
siu mai, pig, fennel, mustard, chicharron, sage, black vinegar, burro marrone
lamb, szechuan peppercorns, tarragon, foo yee, chives
carnaroli, salt pork, shaoxing wine, scallion, blackpepper, fried garlic, bottarga
squid ink, red bean, tapioca pearls, soy milk, five spice &puer
at Marla Bakery
3619 Balboa St.
San Francisco, United States
I was so tired of missing shows that I wanted to watch. I could have watched them online, but I did not feel like paying a couple of bucks for each one, because that could add up pretty fast. I figured the best thing I could do was look at Directv on Demand. I already knew a little about it because my folks have Directv. They have pretty busy lives too, so they rely on the ‘on demand’ part of their service more than anything else. I just wasn’t sure I could afford the service, and I didn’t feel like asking my parents what they pay. Read the rest of this entry »
When I decided to have two children on my own without the help of a spouse, I knew that I would be in for some rough times, but I was more than willing to do what it takes to take care of them. Both of my kids were born to two different fathers, and because neither of them were good choices for people to marry, I remained single. Neither one of them pays child support, so I sometimes need to get quick cash loans to stay afloat and make sure that the kids have what they need when they need it.
The kids both know that we do not have a lot of extra cash to spend on things that we do not need. I make sure that everything that we purchase is a must, unless it is Christmas time. Read the rest of this entry »
Jane and I bought this house about six or seven weeks ago, but it was not ready to live in when we bought it. We had to get some work done before it was ready. Aside from that the kids are still in school and we decided there was no reason to pull them out in the middle of the year. Of course we decided that we could dump the cable company and we used this resource to try to figure out what we could pay for direct TV. Of course I want to get the big sports package, but that is not really going to happen. Read the rest of this entry »
I just found a new place to live. Ian and I are going to move out of this place next week and we are going to split the cost of a two bedroom place at this apartment complex, http://www.creeksonkirklevington.com. It would be better for me if it was a little closer to the campus, but I am still going to be able to catch the bus and make it to school in a reasonable amount of time. Obviously there is not much point in trying to drive to school, that just leads to an endless waste of time. In fact Ian sold his car and I would be tempted to do the same if I did not need it to go see Anne on the weekends. Read the rest of this entry »
I think that I have found the next place that I am going to live with my girlfriend, and maybe soon to be fiancee. I do not know when I want to pop the question, but I would like to ask her to marry me at some point. Anyway, I need to find an apartment for us to live in, and I am looking at, http://www.brookhighlandplace.com, as it seems like it would be a good place for us to live. I have actually been there before, and I like how they have things set up. It is nicer than some of the other places I have been before, and I think that it is on our price range, so I am going to check that out some more. Read the rest of this entry »
I remember when I went to college, my older sister told me that she wanted to make sure that I was going to be going out safely, as she knew that I had a fake id and there was nothing that she was going to say to me that was going to keep me from going out to the bars. I thought that I knew everything until she told me that I had to always keep an eye on my drink. She had a friend who had cup fillers and when I asked what that was she told me that when she was in college her friend had a guy buy her a drink but she did not see him get it poured at the bar and there was something in it that made her pass out. She had no idea what happened or what was put in her cup and that was a real problem for her.
I did not want that to happen to me so when I had a guy come up to me and ask me if he could buy me a drink I would tell him yes but that I would want to go to the bar with him so that I could order what I wanted. This was a good cover to make sure that the drink was always in my sight and that I was not going to be able to have anybody take a chance by spiking it with something that was not supposed to be in there. I wanted to make sure that there was a person that would be able to watch me go to my car at night so I would always have the police man or the bouncer on the door watch me or take me to my car.
I do not know if you have ever fished around Smith Mountain Lake, but there is another lake below it called Leesville Lake. The land around it is not as valuable as the land around the big lake, because they let the level go up and down a lot more. So people can not really build a place on the lake and have the lake stay in the same relative position to it. I did find this bit of farm land there. It has a trailer on it now and the trailer has satellite tv. Of course I am not interested in the trailer as a permanent thing, but as a place to use as a base for fishing expeditions it is quite good. Read the rest of this entry »
Have you ever had a calling to do something. It’s usually unexpected but once you get the idea in your head you kinda just go for it. This happened to me last year when I decided to move in to Hernon Walk apartments. They are a wonderful little community who have some of the best apartments out there. You can see them here, http://heronwalk-apartments.com. They have many different ones to choose from and most of them look and feel great if you go inside. I chose one last year, and I have not regretted it for a day since then. It has been such the unexpected change in my life but I love every single second of it. I’m pretty excited to get to live in what is essentially my dream house. Maybe one day I will want to move, but it is not any time soon I don’t think.
If I had a wife or kids I might reconsider where I’m staying, but right now I’m leading the bachelor lifestyle and these apartments work great for me. Read the rest of this entry »
We are looking for a place in the area West of Fort Worth. In fact I would sort of like it if I could get a place close to my favorite fishing lakes. I have a new job in the Area West Southwest of the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. I have started to check out the details on different places, like doing the research at http://www.texasenergycompanies.net/ to figure out who the power company options are in the various places that we are considering. We have started to look at half a dozen different locations and tried to figure out which one is the best option for us. A couple of them are obviously pipe dreams, but we talked to the people on the chance that they might give us a price we can meet. Read the rest of this entry »
An audit did projections of our market share and where we could be in a year with an investment in pick and place packaging. We had the ability to ramp up manufacturing of our confectionery product by more than 100 percent of we wanted to. What we could not do is handle packaging. From our supply line of raw materials to shipping the only bottleneck we had was packaging. It was our Achilles heel. The audit showed we could substantially increase profits and even hire more staffing if we could improve our daily packaging rate by at least 100 percent.
Doubling output could start today, but we could not get it all packaged. Our new pick and place packaging were purchased using a loan that was approved because of the audit. Read the rest of this entry »
A wedding is an important time of someone’s life. To have that moment, that memory, to fade away or not be captured by Doerman photography would be a great misfortune. As a photographer who was recently married I realized the mistake that some weddings can make by not hiring more than one wedding photographer. I’ve done several weddings solo and at the end of each one I’ve had nothing but complaints that I was unable to capture enough moments for their tastes. It’s incredible how expectant these people are, expecting you to be some sort of superman photographer.
So I hired the best for our own. I hired Doerman knowing that our wedding was going to be a wedding forever captured within pictures; moment after moment forever crystallized in multiple formats. Everything from digital imagery to physical pictures – the best and only way to ensure that your photographs are going to be saved. Read the rest of this entry »
I have had this piece of land for a half dozen years now. My Dad and I bought it, it sits on a rise above Lake Amistad. In fact it is a quiet little part of the lake where you can go canoeing without the risk of being run over by some drunken idiot. I never did anything to it, but I got a great deal on a nice camper trailer and I am thinking about leaving it up there. I am at choosetexaspower.org trying to figure out how hard it is to get the electricity turned on there, although I am not sure that I need a lot of power. I do not go up there with a boat load of appliances. I have the grill, one of those tiny ones the size of a big frying pan and that is what I cook with. Read the rest of this entry »
My father and I are in the process of starting up a business. It is something that we have talked about doing for years, but I doubt that, either of us really thought it would become a reality. However, we have experienced some luck in recent years, and it does look like this is going to work out for us. We are trying to set up our office right now, but the building we rented, does not currently have power. I am therefore interested in Texasenergycompanies and I would like to try to find a company that offers incentives for businesses to get their electricity through that specific provider.
I do not know what form such incentives would take. I have never tried to buy commercial electricity before, because obviously, this is the first time that I have ever owned my own business. Of course, I am only co-owner, but my father has put me in charge of a lot of operations of the business. Read the rest of this entry »
Comcast Cable TV is one of the nation’s largest and successful providers of cable television services as well as Internet Services. I’ve been a customer of theirs in two separate states which gave me two separate experiences with them; one where the service was excellent while the other left me with a bitter taste in my mouth, making me wonder why the difference happened. Is it because of the cable infrastructure being poorly developed in one area and not the other? Is it the quality of workers in an area over the others? Many of their installation techs are actually contracted out so that could definitely be the case. Read the rest of this entry »
When my husband lost his job, we knew that we were going to have to implement some changes. While we had savings that would take care of our major bills for a few months, we were not sure how long it would take for him to find sustainable employment again. I looked at our bills to see if we could cut back on anything, and that is when I realized that I could compare electricity companies in spring tx to see if we were actually paying the lowest amount possible for our energy needs.
When our area was first deregulated, I didn’t really give it much thought because we were already established with the company we had been using for years. Now that there was competition though, I knew that the energy companies would be offering great prices and plans so they would end up with more customers. Read the rest of this entry »
Home security is a topic that was never really brought up amongst members of my family. We never thought much of it thanks to our luck of living within a gated community. It was only after the fact that we were robbed that we began to realize that no single place was ever going to be safe. Any place is vulnerable, regardless if you have a gated community or not. I started to look into different types of home security companies and found that adt home security might be the best bet for our area. Honestly, I admit that it is kind of odd to have one of those little signs outside our house proclaiming that we are protected by ADT – it’s not that I don’t mind that we now have the security system installed but it feels almost petulant in a way as if we are asking criminals to avoid our house. Read the rest of this entry »
We have had the same electric provider here in this house since I was in high school. When the house was given to me by my parents who decided to move to a beach house by the ocean, I just changed everything over to my name as far as the utilities were concerned. I was in college and had a full time job. I felt swamped trying to handle everything. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the great thing they did for me. I just needed time to be a better homeowner. A few months ago I saw a homepage that explained how you could save on electricity rates. I was interested because my budget was stretched.
I was working and paying back my student loans while keeping a house running too. Read the rest of this entry »
Of course we have the house almost built, but it is just the shell of a house right now. I have started to work on the electrical system and that sort of thing. Of course a modern house is a thing that you can make as complicated as you want it it to be. I am going to put in a home security system and find one of those places like ADT home security to monitor it for me. Of course what I do exactly is something that I am working on. You have to pay for all of the components and you can get as much or as little as you think that you need. The key concepts involve protecting the entry points to the house. Read the rest of this entry »
H. pylori or Helicobacter pylori is a microaerophilic, gram negative bacterium, capable of inhibiting various areas of duodenum and stomach. If left untreated, it can cause chronic low-level stomach inflammation, gastric ulcers or even stomach cancer.
Following are some of the popular methods applied to eliminate H. pylori infection:
H. pylori Triple Therapy Treatment Procedure:
The most effective and common method adopted for treating H. pylori is ‘triple therapy’ treatment. It is a 2-week course that utilizes two antibiotics to attack and eliminate the H. pylori bacteria. This procedure also uses antacid to protect the stomach lining and helps your body in the healing of peptic ulcer.
It has also proved very effective in preventing the reoccurrence of peptic ulcers. In spite of all these advantages, H. pylori triple treatment method can cause certain side effects such as vomiting, nausea, headache, dizziness and others. It also involves intake of a many pills multiple times a day.
H. pylori Dual Therapy Treatment Procedure:
This treatment procedure differs from the first method in involving the use of only one antibiotic instead of two. This method is more suitable and an ideal option for sensitive individuals who can develop side-effects by following the triple therapy treatment method.
It can be very effective in treating Helicobacter pylori gastritis.
Natural H. pylori treatment method:
Many people prefer this treatment method as it involves minimum side effects. It involves the use of natural medicines for treating H. pylori. Macula tea herbal formula has been found to be very effective in treating H. pylori infection in just 30 days. Another sought-after natural remedy for H. pylori treatment is the New Zealand Mauna Honey. It possesses strong antibacterial properties and can be consumed as an ingredient in any food or drink.
Remember, no H. pylori treatment method is 100% effective. You need to consult your physician before choosing them most appropriate treatment method for yourself.
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If you browse the Internet long enough, you can click and see by yourself how many free things there are available. People turn their attention to free games and free movies, but there's so much more. I found a free template for invoices. For most people, this may not seem like much, but for someone who runs a business, or anyone who regularly does services for payment, this can be big. I do yard work on the weekend for people, and after each job, I send my customers an invoice that tells them how much money they had to pay for my services.
I've met a lot of people during my time as a landscaper, and I've done a lot of things. Most of the time, my tasks are pretty simple. A person may want me to mow their lawn, trim their hedges, or clean their gutters. Sometimes, I get a job that requires me to do something a little more harder. I've gone to one home that had a lot of vines growing all over the lawn. I couldn't just cut them, because the vines would have been gone, but their roots would have still been there, causing them to grow back.
For that particular home, I had to get out one of my most trusted mechanical tools. This tool digs into the ground and pulls up all the roots to get rid of any vines that are growing. This tool has helped me out of many situations, and I love it. It was worth the price I paid for it, and if I could buy it again, I would. This job took me all day to do, but I was able to get the vines out of the home, and the task paid off a lot of money to me.Find Out A Little More
I can't get enough to of the simply scrumptious e-liquid flavors that I've tasted. I used to be a smoker, but I switched from real cigarettes, and when this happened, my love for e-liquid was born. Every puff of the flavors made me curious about the next one. The flavors were pretty good at imitating the things they were named after, which is weird because not many industries can do that. Even the food industry doesn't get their flavors right 100% of the time. You usually find something that tastes just a little bit off, but I haven't had that happen so far.
The first flavor I tasted was vanilla. Upon my first taste of the flavor, the liquid tasted exactly like vanilla. It was like I had taken a bite out of a scoop of vanilla ice cream and let it sit on my tongue for a bit so the flavors could dance around in my mouth. It was unlike anything I had ever experienced. I liked the flavor so much that I used it all in one day. I had a craving for something with a fruity taste, so I tried the peach flavor next.
The peach flavor was a bit of a mystery to me, because I wasn't sure if it would taste like a freshly ripe peach, or like a freshly baked peach pie. I would have been fire with either flavor, although I did have a slight preference for peach pie over peaches. The flavor tasted like a fresh peach, and it reminded me of those days I spent at my grandparents house as a kid, where they would let me eat peaches right from the tree. It was sweet and delectable and my mouth was watering so much. The flavors really make you hungry at times.Find Out A Little More
I met this old guy at a swap meet a couple of weeks back and he sort of got me back in to collecting movies. Of course it is something I was interested in when I was a little kid, my Dad had a bunch of old toys from horror movies. He was a big fan of the Lon Chaney type of movie, like the wolf man and those other films. Of course if you work hard enough you can find all of those old movies some place or another. If necessary you can get them on the Piratebay.com or at least you can find most of those movies there.I went in my Dad's collections and saw what he had. Of course he has a bunch of movies on DVD now and he has a pretty expensive collection. He has spent years collecting them and some times he has found the movies for nothing, other times he has had to pay big prices to buy something rare on an internet auction.Find Out A Little More
Of course it is not like my Dad has lottery millions and he is not spending a lot of money he can not afford on old movies. Neither am I, but I am looking to see what I really want and how I can get it at the best price. The hunt is pretty much what my Dad seems to enjoy more than anything. You have to find the thing that you really want badly enough to go out of your way to get it. Then the challenge is to see if you can get a good deal on a great copy. You have to be very careful or you end up paying for something which is not worth any money at all. You might get a version that is butchered for one thing.
When I first started posting my songs on Reverbnation, I knew that I was just a small ripple in a huge ocean. I didn't delude myself into thinking that I was anything special until I started listening to some of the other songs there. See, I love music. I can listen to it 24 hours a day, seven days a week if it was possible. That means that I listened to literally thousands of songs in my first few months of being a member on Reverbnation. What that taught me was that I needed to buy Reverbnation plays so my own songs would move up in the ratings.I knew that if I could get more fans and plays, I would actually get more people to listen to what I was putting on there. The only way to do that though was either wait patiently and hope that it takes months rather than years, or take a shortcut Find Out A Little MoreNo Comments
When I was looking online for different sites to find coupons on, I was over whelmed by the amount of sites that told me they had coupons that would save me money for the specific store that I wanted to go shopping in. The problem was, there were so many different codes for online shopping that some of them were expired and some of them were not. I could not figure out which codes were no longer still in use and which ones expired. I had to go to www.directselecttv.com to find out which coupon codes on cable were good and which ones had expired to see if I could save any money when I was ordering my new cable service. I wanted to make sure that I could afford the cable bill that would allow me to watch the channels that I wanted to watch my favorite shows on.I recently lost my job so I am Find Out A Little MoreNo Comments
I was trying to buy a pair of pants from a national retailer online for my daughter but I had a really hard time trying to understand the process of checking out from my online basket. There were so many questions that were asked before I could even enter in my billing information on where to charge the pants. I really needed these pants for her school play and I was getting really frustrated so I had to call to place my order. I am used to dealing with sites like cheapestsatellitetv.org/ where it is really easy to go to the web site and sign up for their satellite TV services. Instead of being upset, I decided that I was going to go and write an email to their customer service to tell them that since they were a national retailer that they should really look to improve a customer's experience Find Out A Little MoreNo Comments
The bank finally stopped putting up new hurdles for us and we have the house free and clear at last. It is not really ready to live in and will not be for about a month if all goes well enough. We are going to have to have a good bit of work done and I am going to redo the kitchen myself. This guy I know is going to install a really nice adt home security system for me. He and I were in the Marine Corps together during the Second Gulf War and he helped me find me a good job when I got out of the Corps about ten years ago. It is a long time we have known each other and he is going to fix me up with more than just a home security system. Instead it is going to be a true home automation system which is going to do all sorts of things. Of course you can extrapolate that stuff until you think Find Out A Little MoreNo Comments
On www.directsavingstv.com/, I found some great deals that made me switch from my cable company. I've been with the cable company for many years, and I thought I was getting good service, but the deals I found online were better by comparison. I went to the website after a friend told me that he had switched from cable. Like me, he had been with the cable company for a long time. It wasn't until he saw an ad on television that he thought about switching.My friend is the kind of person who will stay loyal to a company, no matter what happens. It was surprising to see that he switched from cable. I thought he would have kept using the service until the day he died, but he really felt that his time with cable had run its course, and I agree with him.When I first went to the website, I didn't Find Out A Little MoreNo Comments
I recently fell down on the job, which put me in such pain that I ended up losing my job for not attending. You see the job I had was manual labor and for obvious reasons you were not allowed to work under the use of any kind of opiate. So when the doctor prescribed me pain meds for the injury I was not able to take them. This led to severe back pain and I just couldn't take it anymore so they fired me. This led to me looking for a injury attorney in Chicago, I initially went to get help filing for unemployment and look at my options for getting disability. What he told me was really surprising, he went above and beyond to research my case and give me the options that were truly the best for me and told me which cases he thinks that we would be the most likely to win in court.
So we ended up going after the company for workers compensation and wrongful termination. These were two things that I had never even considered. So he was able to get me more money than I ever imagined, and the best part was that he did not want to be paid until we won our case. This showed me that he was really on my side and wanted me to win so that he himself could be paid for his time. It's not what you're thinking though, it's not as if I am paying him on a percent scale, he had a flat fee that he would not accept until the end and I think the flat fee was actually pretty reasonable. I would go with him again if I ever needed it and I definitely recommend him to everyone out there that needs an injury lawyer.Find Out A Little More
My little brother was always so ambitious. When he was in middle school he won a research essay contest, first place out of 500. His dream was to become a famous soccer player, but he participated in all kinds of sports: soccer, tennis, swimming, football and wrestling. He was so athletic, until his junior year of high school. That was when his terrible car accident happened and he lost his ability to walk, he was devastated, his dream of becoming a soccer star was over. That was ten years ago, now he is a family law attorney in Chicago. It took a lot of therapy and encouragement to get him to realize that he can still have a great life. As someone who spent all of his free time exercising and doing sports, he felt like his life was over. He could no longer do the one thing he loved to do.Find Out A Little More
Eventually he realized that even though sports were the only thing he loved, it wasn't all he was good at. He had always been a great student, rarely missed a day of school and got mostly A's. So after a year off after graduating high school he started law school. He wanted to do something that took a lot of time and knowledge, he decided that if he can't become a soccer star like he always dreamed, then he will at least become something that made him feel important. He now helps people who have been wrongly accused. He is a wonderful attorney, he has never lost a case in the five years he has been working. I think everyone can learn a lesson from him. Sometimes dreams don't work out, and when they don't you need to move on with your life and do something that you are good at. Usually if you are good at something then you can learn to love it.