Five Common Tulip Pests and How to Stop Them
Apr23

Five Common Tulip Pests and How to Stop Them

If you have been growing tulips for any length of time, you know that they require a great deal of patience. Most flowers you buy have blooms or soon will at the time of planting. With tulips, you have to prepare the soil and plant tulip bulbs in the fall, and then wait all winter for the payoff! If something has gone wrong in that time, you can be left with an empty flower bed instead of the bright spring blooms you were dreaming of...

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Top Reasons to Refinance Your Home Mortgage Loan
Apr22

Top Reasons to Refinance Your Home Mortgage Loan

There may be many specific reasons or combinations of considerations that lead you to refinance your home mortgage loan. Even though the conditions may not be perfect in general for refinancing, people may still find that refinance mortgage provides solutions in their current circumstances. Here are the top reasons to refinance your home mortgage loan; 1. Refinance Home Mortgage really makes perfect sense when the current rates are at...

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Dangerous Music
Apr21

Dangerous Music

Essays warning about the danger of certain kinds of music stretch back at least 2350 years to the time of Plato and Aristotle. The concept of “ethos” ascribed certain ethical characteristics to each of the different Greek modes. Plato believed the Dorian would positively mold character because it helped make men stronger, but he warned against the Lydian mode because it enfeebled the mind. Attitudes like these persist into...

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Exquisite Jewellery of Solihull – The History
Apr20

Exquisite Jewellery of Solihull – The History

Most sources quote the company manufactured jewellery from the sixties to the seventies. However this is untrue. Exquisite jewellery was produced by the company called W A P Watson Ltd. here is the companies time line: 1909 to 1914 – Walter Archibald Parker Watson had a small factory in Hockley Hill, Birmingham manufacturing chains and then gilt jewellery. 1914 W A P Watson sold his company to Augustus Harry Power and Clarence...

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The ‘Frikik’ Queen of Turkey – Bailed Out By Celebrity Friends
Apr19

The ‘Frikik’ Queen of Turkey – Bailed Out By Celebrity Friends

Hülya Avsar revealed some seasonal cellulite, but got ‘bailed out’ by friends… Starting with Gözcü Gazetesi on March 27th, the mainstream Turkish newspapers had a field day reporting “Hülya Avsar’s First Frikik” (which has become an Annual Rite of Spring) at a recent exhibition tennis match. Following Gözcü, came Takvim Gazetesi — whose reporters consulted no less...

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Capital Cities Tour: Discover Montgomery, Alabama
Apr18

Capital Cities Tour: Discover Montgomery, Alabama

The first capital city of the Confederacy and an important link in the renowned Cotton Belt, Montgomery is today more widely known for its role as the unwilling host to the historic Civil Rights marches, inspired by a local seamstress, Rosa Parks, who was too tired to give up her bus seat on her way home from work one day in December 1955. Her calm defiance attracted the admiration of the city’s popular preacher, Dr. Martin...

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The Union Debate – Do We Really Need Unions to Protect Workers?
Apr17

The Union Debate – Do We Really Need Unions to Protect Workers?

Some say that we need unions to protect workers and recently in a heated debate someone said that he was fired because he had an argument with his supervisor, and due to “Right to Work” rules of his state. He said this is why Unions are needed. Now then, I do not disagree that if a supervisor does not like you that there should be some recourse, however, the argument is that if the Supervisor is a jerk, then labor will not...

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