Hello Gentlemen,I've recently attempted to embark on a career path in exploration (yes it does still exist, though I wouldn't blame you for thinking me crazy).I've recently been able to get in…Continue
"I still back the blog idea. You may not have kickstarter but if you can blog and get a donate here button you can still do this.
Blog about the Empty Quarter of Oman, link to Nat Geo / Pintrest
Blog about Leopard Cubs.
"As far as neckties go, it's really a case of trial and error. It also depends on if the shirt itself has a pattern, if it does try and put the pattern into a "Pattern Type". For example, if the shirt has a "bold" pattern…"
"I have to raise the money (although they also want a £500 deposit that they failed to mention before hand -_-).
They expedition is bound for the empty quarter in Oman. Part of the expedition is about caring for abandoned Leopard cubs but the…"
"As others have said Kickstarter or other such funding thing. The trick here is that you need to build an interesting story that people can get behind. You need to develop an online persona that people will like. You should have a…"
"To be honest I don't know a thing about Kickstarter. . . I know there are some other sites like that and I don't know the names of them. A friend of mine just sent me a link the other day about a company building a programmable guitar…"
"It could be. The idea has been implemented by other companies as well. And there is no reason he could not use the same idea of social media + benefit/rewards for investors in general on his own. Kickstarter just makes it easy"
Hello Gentlemen,I've recently attempted to embark on a career path in exploration (yes it does still exist, though I wouldn't blame you for thinking me crazy).I've recently been able to get in contact with a society that offers internships for the career, however one of the stepping stones towards the internship is actually going on an expedition with them. To do this I have to raise (roughly) £4000. Therefore, my question to you is: How in the name of all that is holy can I raise that much…See More
The Flashman papers (George Macdonald Fraser), the Bond novels (Ian Fleming), a classical education (Caroline Taggart), Tom Brown's school days (Thomas Hughes), The Art of War (Sun Tzu), By the Sword (Richard Cohen), The Dictionary of Espionage (Christopher Dobson and Ronald Payne), to name but a few.
Basically, I've just looked at my dvd collection and have decided that there are far too many to name. However, to put them in a nutshell, if the above books are films, then I have them on dvd.
Classical, Swing, Rock and Roll, Jazz, and anything else except screamo. No offense meant to anyone who DOES enjoy it, however I do not believe it counts as a form of music, it's just noise.
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"What have you done to address the problem? Besides whining. Besides pathetically begging. Besides just dropping-trou and saying "how 'bout it?".
There are things you can do to make her more willing. Frankly, job one is making sure…"
"Though I didn't have the electrical smell thingy, it was the water, itself, which smelled foul.
But, exactly, that was the issue with my temperature: it would go from fine to scalding in a nanosecond it seemed like.
Note: a few months ago, I…"
"I know a little about them because of a similar situation. Except on mine, the thermostat must have arced and melted and filled the air with an awful smell. Made it lukewarm one minute and scalding the next."
"I am certainly no plumber or Master Carpenter, but I do know a wee bit of water heater anatomy.
A large water heater has two elements. The top and the lower. I forgot which is the main, but the main heater is the one which maintains the temp. The…"
"What are you doing to make yourself desirable? Do you lift, eat well? Do you have hobbies outside and away from your wife? Ask yourself would you have sex with you. One phrase that I hear frequently is that "You cannot negotiate desire."…"
"Make snow angels in the park.
Look up the various holiday concerts and go to a few.
Go to another town and look at their festivities.
Read a book to each other with a bit of wine and cheese to enjoy.
Play a board game with Christmas songs…"