Curbside groceries are a big hit during Publix test

By | Mar 16, 2011

икона за подаръкикони Publix recently tested a new service for curbside delivery of customer groceries and have found the test, originally scheduled to be a year long, to be very successful in just a few short months of testing. The curbside pilot program began in September. Execs at Publix didn’t need the entire year to […]

Strip Malls Across the US: Modern Day Ghost Towns

By | Mar 14, 2011

If you’ve walked through any of the local strip malls here in Tampa or anywhere else around the country for that matter there is one thing you are sure to find – lots of empty space. Businesses that have been around for years seem to just disappear overnight. Many strip malls have more unoccupied retail […]

A T-Ball Type Tee That Does Not Tip Over: MacGregor Batting Tee

By | Jan 10, 2011

There’s not much to say about something as mundane as a batting tee unless you have used some of the less expensive ones. You know, you put the ball on the tee and when your fourth-grader takes a swing, the tee falls over because its made of cheap plastic. This is no the case with […]

How To Cut Clean Holes In Plastic: Neiko 3-Piece Titanium Step Drill Bits Set

By | Jan 9, 2011

So I have a problem. I need to drill about 150 holes in 7 large plastic buckets for a project I am working on and I realize that every hole I drill using a conventional bit is leaving all this rough, chopped up plastic inside the bucket where I need to place soft, impressionable materials […]

Corporate Seal Template

By | Feb 17, 2010

холови гарнитури When I started a new company I scoured the net for a simple template I can use in Photoshop to create a quick corporate seal that I can send to one of those inexpensive custom stamp places online but the search was useless. Instead, I decided to take the time to create my […]

Obama Continues To Blow It – Time And Again

By | Aug 21, 2009

I know it takes a lot to impeach a president of our country but what happens when a president goes awry? Recent polls tell us Obama knows his socialist agenda is not what the American citizens want. Aren’t we supposed to be the boss? Didn’t we hire him to lead our country? If a President […]

1976 Swine Flu Vaccines: Lot’s of Propaganda And Limited Testing Got Many People Sick

By | Aug 13, 2009

You’re the parent of two children in elementary school. The year is 1976. Swine Flu has been in the news a lot lately. The government is pushing a series of very scary television commercials in order to get you to seek the vaccine. What do you do? With limited knowledge and supposedly no time to […]

Psssst. The People Won’t Be Discounted. Pass It On.

By | Aug 10, 2009

PASS IT ALONG….. Event Websites: September 12, 2009 – The 912 Taxpayer March on DC Washington, DC – Over the last six months the national debt skyrocketed by nearly $3 trillion. According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, our national debt will more than double by 2019. Americans will have to pay for […]

Strangers Save Boy’s Life As He’s Trapped in SUV On Fire After Crash

By | Jul 22, 2009

Some things are just more important than business. CNN just released a touching story about a group of citizens and off-duty firemen who came to the rescue of a family in need. Without hesitation these heroes subjected themselves to burning flames to save the lives of others. There’s been a lot of talk lately about […]

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