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There is a small but powerful grassroots effort afoot, attempting to save Picnik. I signed the petition and I 'LIKED' it on Facebook. I ask that each of you please do same.  Please read below and go to their Facebook page and LIKE it! Let' all pull together to save this great product! When you ge...
01/22/2012
I swung by this blog post because of Rebecca Gaujot's Tribute to Jeanean Gendron. I'm glad I did, because Jeanean has caused me to re-think my approach to picture taking. I think you'll agree, her tips and pics are right on point. I have always been a visual person. I love certain colors that dr...
01/22/2012
The 1972 Miami Dolphins is the only team, in NFL history, to go undefeated the entire season.  This record is so coveted, that the members of the old ’72 team gets together every year and pops bottles of Champaign when the current undefeated streak has been broken.  It’s a lot of pressure going t...
01/21/2012
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 For those of you feeling a little apprehensive about posting a blog, allow me a moment to tell you what happens after you hit the submit button.  But before we get there, I know how you’re feeling; there you are with your most private thoughts sitting before you on the blog entry form.  You’ve s...
01/20/2012
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Have you ever procrastinated to a point that you’re facing a looming deadline? (April 15th comes to mind) – Then, you find that once you start that task, it wasn’t as painful as you thought. Shawn Achor, Author of ‘The Happiness Advantage’ quotes psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, “Why would w...
01/17/2012
For the most part, credit scores are generated from one of three major credit bureaus – Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. Each of these bureaus collects credit information on you and then applies a statistical algorithm to calculate your credit score (the Fair Isaac Corporation was the first to ...
01/16/2012
            Consumer spending helps our economy, but a poor credit rating costs the average consumer, according to the US Fair Credit Alliance, $4,500-$6,000 per year . . . or $75,000 lifetime. Unnecessary deposits, excessive interest rates, higher insurance rates, and even lower-paying jobs can ...
01/14/2012
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  I got a call from my wife today, stating she was taking our dog to the vet.  I asked what was wrong; she said Buffy just wasn't herself today.  I got to tell you, if this was twenty years ago, this New Yorker would have said "Vet???!!! We don't need a vet! All we’ll have to do is wait in the s...
01/12/2012
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