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If you wonder how to do something but not sure where to look, maybe this group can help.

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traveling on a budget

Started by Scott Omega. Last reply by Eric G. Jan 1, 2012. 1 Reply

A few months ago I looked into couchsurfing.org but heard some stories about that.I have always wanted to travel but don't feel like spending a fortune. So, if you have any websites that could help,…Continue

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starting a business

Started by Scott Omega Nov 28, 2011. 0 Replies

I am looking for a basic outline of steps. If you have a business, share your experiences.  Continue

building a greenhouse

Started by Scott Omega May 18, 2011. 0 Replies

useful link

Writing a resume

Started by Scott Omega. Last reply by Brandon Apr 12, 2011. 1 Reply

 Be HonestIt is better to address any gaps in employment than to try to hide them.Lying on your resume may get you into an interview, but you still have to go through a background and references…Continue

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Comment by x on March 18, 2011 at 11:31pm
groups need activity to get legs. Write something interesting 6 times a day.
Comment by Dave Santuomo on February 28, 2011 at 10:29am
Good for you Terry
Comment by x on February 24, 2011 at 8:35pm
Great idea for a group.  I'll definitely post some stuff here when I get a few minutes.
Comment by Dave Santuomo on February 17, 2011 at 9:48am

If you can't the easy ones here are a couple of pictures to help.

Comment by Dave Santuomo on February 16, 2011 at 4:01pm
Go to Lowes Home depot or where ever. They have them now with "points" in them.. All you have to do is clamp it on and the pins stick into the wires and your set. All you need is a screw driver
 

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David F. replied to Specs's discussion Real Men.
"I agree with most of this except 10.  If your wife wants to change her tires or maintain her car or the family vehicle, fine.  Just carry your weight somewhere else. "
10 minutes ago
Mongoose posted a discussion

Heart-y News: 50% Heart Attacks Painless & Eat More Nuts

Just passing along frightening news, and the following news article on how to reduce chance of heart attacks. The frightening news being that around half of all heart attacks go unnoticed by the individual as such does not cause pain.http://www.menshealth.com/health/dangers-of-silent-heart-attacks…See More
33 minutes ago
David F. replied to Drew's discussion Fiancee's father
"With a divorce that fresh, he may still be in pain and the holidays will amp that.  He may be burying his stress into work.  My best suggestion is to point out to your beloved that people are twits and he may just be being silly.…"
2 hours ago
Sir replied to Drew's discussion Fiancee's father
"Regarding her feelings:  listen, care, and don't fix her. But if I had an in-law acting strangely, I'd be concerned.  It could mean "No, don't include me, I'm going to be in Malawi herding goats"; "No,…"
3 hours ago
Mongoose replied to Drew's discussion Fiancee's father
"You are certainly correct that there's not enough info for the wife to determine intent and extent. But the emotions she is feeling are still valid emotions (of course). Good point about the red flags. There's a possibility that he may…"
4 hours ago
John Landes replied to Drew's discussion Fiancee's father
"This could be a simple miscommunication.  There isn't enough information here to determine whether there is a definite issue or not.  Is the father actually going to be stateside during Christmas?  Is your fiancee spending the…"
5 hours ago
Vendetta replied to Drew's discussion Fiancee's father
"There isn't much that you can do. Just love her, be a listening ear, and give a shoulder to cry on. "
5 hours ago
Mongoose replied to Drew's discussion Fiancee's father
"I'm sure this truly cut her deeply. It may be better to ask her what you can do to help her feel more supported. Sometimes, just asking how you can help can be supportive in itself. Let her know you are willing to support her. I suspect you are…"
5 hours ago

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