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Outdoor Heating Systems

June 2, 2011 | Posted in Home and Family

Outdoor heaters range from electric outdoor heaters to natural gas heaters to propane heaters. While commonly related with more commercial sized applications in mind, an outdoor heating system is also just as feasible and useful in a residential setting. Indeed, an outdoor heating system can be employed to work in conjunction with your existing garage, carport, patio or porch or just about any place outside around your home that you may use on a regular basis for entertaining or other purposes.

Shipping Insurance – Do I Need It?

May 28, 2011 | Posted in Education

Millions of packages get shipped all over the world. Every day. They cross all over the globe, sent from point A and arriving at point B. Whether you’ve sent a package or anticipated the arrival of one, one thing that is universal to the world of shipping is the proverbial “misplaced” package. Coming in at a close second to this phenomenon is the “damaged in shipping” package. While it may seem totally acceptable within the context of how packages are actually transported for delivery to expect an occasional late arrival or damaged en route item, the truth is once you’ve sent your item you really have no power or control over its safety or location. To avoid disappointment and instill a feeling of positivity you can simply insure your package against damage or loss.

Raleigh’s Favorite Team – The Carolina Hurricanes

May 28, 2011 | Posted in Travel and Leisure

The Carolina Hurricanes NHL hockey franchise actually began in Hartford, Connecticut in 1972 when the then New England Whalers were established in the WHA professional hockey league. In 1979 the WHA was absorbed by the NHL and the New England Whalers became known as the Hartford Whalers. The Whalers were never quite able to take the next step and become an established, powerful team in the league’s upper echelon. Finally, the Whalers were relocated to Raleigh in 1997 and upon relocation, re-christened as the Carolina Hurricanes.

Thinking About Continuing Your Education?

May 7, 2011 | Posted in Health & Fitness

Deciding on whether to continue your education is not an easy decision to make. While it is a proven fact that increasing your level of education can be beneficial in providing you with the foundation to begin a new career, there are many other considerations you may need to be aware of before taking the plunge back into the educational system.

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Diving into Taino History: Chicho Spring – Part 1

May 4, 2011 | Posted in Travel and Leisure

Chicho spring is one of four individual caverns that make up the Padre Nuestro complex. The fresh water cave called Padre Nuestro, is located just 15 minutes from Bayahibe almost at the extreme south-eastern portion of the Dominican Republic. It is one of the country’s premiere cave diving locations and offers not only a spectacular experience, but this is also one of the few archaeology sites on the Hispaniola island that gives insight in the indigenous Taino (Ta’no) peoples.

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Dumb Laws of Florida

May 3, 2011 | Posted in Humor

One of the most popular searches on the internet is by people researching “dumb laws.” In fact it has become as popular of a search as it is for people look for humor or internet jokes. The fact is that dumb laws are found all over the world. Most are remnants of yesteryear and are so antiquated that they no longer make sense in present day society.

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All About Jamaica

May 2, 2011 | Posted in Travel and Leisure

As the third largest island in the Caribbean, it is 234km in length and up to 80km in width. Situated in the Caribbean Sea, it is situated approximately 145km south of Cuba and about 191km west of Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic). The word Jamaica comes from the indigenous Arawakan speaking Taino peoples that named the island “Xaymaca” which means: “Land of Wood and Water,” or “Land of Springs.”

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