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Does Your Dog Miss You Too Much

Your dog seems to be driving you up the wall lately, exhibiting serious behavior problems — and no amount of verbal correction seems to work. She chews the furniture, gnaws on shoes, turns over the trash cans, howls and barks when you’re not around, or even seems really depressed when you come home. There could • Read More »


Writing About How Easy It Is, Don’t Make it So

It seems that the VERY popular fashion of article writing is not unlike real world clothing fashion in that; the same things keep coming around with seasonal regularity. In fact, more so with the fast paced development of the ‘home business’ or ‘work at home’ article topic conveyor. I’m probably guilty of the above for • Read More »


Tracfone Bonus Codes For Jan. 2017

Cell phone service prices can get expensive. Especially if you’re just wanting a cell phone to talk back and forth on. Tracfone has given us just that with their “disposable phones”. Below are bonus time codes that will help you stretch your phone time money. 60 minutes cards 12745 – Gives you 60 bonus minutes • Read More »


The Strangest Breed For A Hunting Dog

When I was around 12 years old, my mother decided she wanted to breed and show dogs, so she bought a pedigreed poodle name Jon Pierre. Man oh man, was she proud of her purchase and she wanted to include me to help her train Pierre to be a show dog. She introduced me to • Read More »


What Can You Do to Prevent Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss at a Glance If you find that you need to turn the TV or radio louder than the people around you or have difficulty understanding words clearly, when there is other background noise, you may be among the millions with significant hearing loss. Hearing appears to diminish in many people due to aging • Read More »


Building A Greenhouse

Outside gardeners that have a small greenhouse to nurture small seedlings have found that their greenhouse is handy as a hay rake after mowing day. After someone has owned a plant house for a few seasons, the next step is to build an addition and utilize the house or houses for crop production as well • Read More »


Doesn’t Accountability Count Anymore?

Begin rant. Recently I’ve noticed a trend which frankly really ticks me off. My observation is that more and more project managers are becoming hyper risk-averse and demonstrating an unwillingness to accept accountability for the projects they manage. One tell-tale sign which I’ve noticed is the usage of “matrixed” organization charts. In matrixed organization charts, • Read More »


Bird Feeding Stations

Winter gives us an great opportunity to become acquainted with our fine feathered neighbors. Up north where the snows come early and very often stays on the ground for weeks, there’s a shortage of natural food for the wild birds. Many bird lovers throughout the country take advantage of this by giving food to the • Read More »


Reassessing President Obama In Office

After Obama was re-elected our Think Tank looked at his popularity and his record as president, it wasn’t very good. ObamaCare turned out to not be working, the Middle East was worse than it had ever been, and the country had falling into a victimhood mentality. President Obama went around the world apologizing for America • Read More »


Shelter For Your Dog

If you let your dogs run loose, you’re probably breaking a state law or two. Most states have a “Dog At Large” law, which means you’re not allowed to let your dog roam free on the roadways or neighboring homes. That is unless they’re working dogs on their way from a hunt or herding livestock. • Read More »