About New Year – January 1

By | Dec 31, 2007

This was originally posted last year on New Year’s Eve.  Have a Happy New Year. 1) The celebration of the New Year is the oldest of all holidays. It was first observed in ancient Babylon 4000 years ago. The Babylonian New Year began with the first New Moon after the first day of spring. The […]

To Have in Preparation of a Winter Storm

By | Dec 29, 2007

1) Have a flashlight, battery powered radio and clock. Make sure you also have plenty of fresh batteries to support these devices for a couple of days. 2) Have a telephone that does not need electric to operate. Many people only have a cordless telephone and those do not work without electric. 3) Have at […]

Books for Small Business

By | Dec 28, 2007

1. The Small Business Bible: Everything You Need To Know To Succeed In Your Small Business by Steven D. Strauss. From Amazon – Book Description – Whether you’re a novice entrepreneur or a seasoned pro, The Small Business Bible is a comprehensive, easy-to-read, A-to-Z library of everything you might need to know. Not only does […]

About the Islamic Religion

By | Dec 27, 2007

1) Islam is a one deity religion based upon the teachings the 7th century Arab religious and political leader Muhammad. It is the second-largest religion in the world with an estimated 1.4 billion followers. The followers are known as Muslims. Only about 20% reside in the Arab countries. 69% of the Muslims reside in Asia, […]

Jeanne Carmen

By | Dec 26, 2007

1) Jeanne Laverne Carmen was born on August 4, 1930 in Paragould, Arkansas. She died on December 20, 2007. 2) She has often been called the “little country girl” who ran away from home when she was 13 to pursue stardom in New York. 3) Her start on Broadway came in 1948 as part of […]

Good Four Letter Words

By | Dec 25, 2007

1) Love – a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. 2) Life – the condition that distinguishes organisms from inorganic objects and dead organisms, being manifested by growth through metabolism, reproduction, and the power of adaptation to environment through changes originating internally. 3) Work – exertion or effort directed to produce or accomplish something […]

The Temptations

By | Dec 18, 2007

The Temptations was one of the most successful vocal groups that came out of Motown, the record company founded in Detroit, Michigan by Berry Gordy. The original members of the group were Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin, Al Bryant, Eddie Kendricks, and Paul Williams forming under the name The Elgins. Otis Williams and Al Bryant came […]

Directors of Silent Films

By | Dec 17, 2007

1) Erich Von Stroheim Stronheim was an Austrian who had a long career in Silent Films in Hollywood beginning in 1915. His most famous work as a director is Greed, a detailed filming of the novel McTeague by Frank Norris. Stroheim originally edited a nine-hour version of the story, shot mostly at the locations as […]

About Pagans and Wiccans

By | Dec 15, 2007

Paganism is an umbrella term to describe pagan religions. Wicca is one of those, as is Hellensimos, Asatry and Kemeticism. It is a worship of deities. Wicca is a practice of witchcraft, but not all witches are Wiccans or even pagan. There are 8 holidays during the Wiccan, and generally Pagan, year. Those are Samhain […]

To Help Prevent getting the Flu.

By | Dec 13, 2007

1) Avoid contact with those who are sick. The flu is an airborne virus and passes from one another through the air or by contact. 2) Wash you hands. Hand washing is the most effective way to prevent the spread of germs. You can catch germs by casually touching another person or when you touch […]

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