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Poem Friday – 08/28/2015 – Born on August 15, 2015, He is a star

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We Hello baby Harrison there you are
Born on August the 15th, you are such a star

Not only is it Richard’s birthday, your Dad
It is also your cousin Jamin’s, very clever I might add

Chances are they won’t forget your birthday
And for your Dad, it was a wonderful gift  I would say

Well welcome Harrison into the Mackie fold
Your brothers so happy to see you I am told

A family of four, now with you five
With all the love and attention I am sure you will thrive

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In fact here you are amazing, and only 10 days old and so bright
Very aware, eyes wide open , I am hoping for your parents they close for a few hours at night

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Your brothers Sam and Mitchell,  will amuse you and play
Care and look over you as brothers affection will display

What an exciting life you are going to have and it’s just begun
With all your cousins, and there’s a few, Yes so much fun

Well Harrison, Mom and Dad and your brothers two
And I know for sure there’s someone above will all be watching over you

Yes Harrison Mackie I would say by far
Born on August 15, 2015, He is a star

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Free Live Webcast – Learn What Works – Make Changes

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I am writing to you again today to remind you of this new idea .
It’s about making money online. I am cautious about recommending money making ideas, but this time is the exception. Here’s why… My husband and I have spent close to a year observing, listening to, and examining this information and training, and we both agree this is a valuable training program.
It has been created by Vick Strizheus. The business is called High Traffic Academy and Vick is presenting a LIVE class teaching exactly what’s working right now and how you can immediately model this in your business too.
Even if you have not made a dime before and you are looking for an online business this is the one for you. Don’t miss this opportunity to attend the LIVE webcast for FREE tomorrow evening, August 4th, at 8 pm EDT USA.
I am paying this information forward because I believe shared information is what will make us all successful in any business. 
Vick will show you his step-by-step process for creating up to $5,000+ per month income
Look, you have nothing to lose and more to gain by watching this LIVE webcast and it’s FREE.
Once again it is 100% complimentary so check it out. The webcast is on Tuesday evening the 4th of August at 8pm USA EDT
Lesley Voth
Don’t forget – ‘If you don’t do different nothing will change’

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Did You Know – 08/03/2015

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1. The female orgasm reduces sensitivity to pain, increases bloodflow to the brain, and reduces stress and depression.

 

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2. Inhale through your mouth, swallow saliva twice, and slowly exhale through your nose for a 100% effective hiccup cure.

 

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3. August has the most birthdays, February has the least, and most of the serial killers are born in November.

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4. Dark chocolate contains a chemical that our bodies convert into phenylethylamine, the same chemical secreted when we fall in love.

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Senior Woman Laughing — Image by © Steve Prezant/Corbis

5. Laughter relieves stress, anxiety, depression, and reduces the risk of cancer, which is why a sense of humor is attractive and healthy!

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Did You Know « 03/14/2011

1. August has the highest percentage of births

2. The Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. has 365 steps, one representing every day of the year.


3. Strawberries are the only fruit whose seeds grow on the outside


4. Bulls are color blind. To a bull’s eye that red cape is gray. To a bull the flapping of the cape is irritating.

5. In Philadelphia, you can’t put pretzels in bags based on an Act of 1760. In Philadelphia it is illegal to sell pretzel “sight unseen”. They must be selected before putting in the bag.

6. George Washington loved to play marbles and was a collector of them.

Source: Google

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Did You Know « 9/20/2010

August is baby month

August, the month with the highest birth rate. 19.5% of new August babies are born in India and 11.6% in China.
About 51% of all babies born in the US are boys; 49% are girls.
More babies are born on Tuesdays and Wednesdays than any other day, with Sundays delivering the fewest babies. And compared with other months, the stork flies least in February.

SOURCE: BabyCenter, CIA World Fact Book, National Center for Health, Population Reference Bureau

Bananas

Bananas are the world’s most popular fruit after tomatoes. In western countries, they could account for 3% of a grocer’s total sales. Bananas consistently are the number one compliant of grocery shoppers. Most people complain when bananas are overripe or even freckled. The fact is that spotted bananas are sweeter

Labor Day in the USA

Celebrated annually as a public holiday on the first Monday in September, Labor Day signifies the end of summer for many in the USA. The first Labor Day, however, was held on a Tuesday in 1882. In “pursuit of happiness” through shorter hours and higher pay, printers were the first to go on a strike.

The origin of the dollar

A mining hole in the mountains of Bohemia produced so much silver it became the official source of coinage for the entire Holy Roman Empire. The mine was in a valley called Joachimsthal, and the coins came to have the same name: “Joachimstalers.” Over time this became shortened to “Talers” and over more time, the American pronunciation of the word became the name for the currency that you would like to have in your pocket.

The $ sign was designed in 1788 by Oliver Pollock, a New Orleans businessman, using a combination of Spanish money symbols.

Bank of America started as Bank of Italy

Amedeo Giannini, son of Italian immigrants to the US, started the Bank of Italy in a converted saloon in San Francisco at 9 am on Monday, October 17, 1904. On the first day, 28 deposits totalled $8,780.

When an earthquake struck in 1907, he ran his bank from a plank in the street – the word “bank” is from the Italian “banca”, meaning a bench or counter. Word quickly spread about his service and by 1916 he had several branches. By 1929, the bank was strong enough to withstand the Great Depression stock crash. Giannini changed the name to Bank of America in 1928 and remained chairman until 1963.

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