Thursday, October 29, 2009

Neglecting Oneself

Unless your policy is as good as the NC short term health insurance, you can never be really sure whether you will end up spending all your hard earned money on hospitalization. Last week, I was working on a plan to insure my properties against calamities and other events considered as “force majeure” but it is only now when I realized that my being, which is more important, is actually being neglected. My advice to everyone is Get insured!

Losing weight

Unless you are an overweight person trapped on top of your roof because of rampaging flood waters, you are probably considering the use of slimming pills in order to lose weight. That is what I am feeling now, being grossly overweight and feeling quite sickly as I type. While I did not intend to work all day so I can earn enough money to finance my weight loss regimen, what is happening is that I am working really hard but gaining lots of weight in the process.

Friday, October 9, 2009

High Rise Living

With the flooding, Tsunamis, quakes and various catastrophes that is hitting many country’s in the world nowadays, investing in high rise residences like condos in panama city beach fl, seems like a good idea. First it was the massive flooding in the Philippines. Then, it was flooded by a 7.3 quake and Tsunami in the American Samoa and Sumatra. Now, I heard that other countries like Australia are also being hit. Shall we go a bit high rise?

Needing an RV

Last week was probably the worst time to experience an rv breakdown. Most areas were heavily flooded and those that were dry had tremendous traffic jams. My God, it was probably the worst that I had ever experienced. In the heavily flooded areas, even huge cars floated like cut logs. I am inclined to believe that this is not the only time within the next few years that this will happen. God forbid, but I pray that this isn’t an irreversible effect of global warming.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

My car's new tailights

What I like about led taillights is that it consumes very little power and it does not burn out like the lightbulbs of yesterday. On top of that, the light that it emits is brighter and can be spotted from longer distances. As for the power factor, I believe that lesser electrical consumption allows the battery to better serve high performance vehicles. In regard to the non burnout factor, we all know what that means – no more need to replace it, ever!


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