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Be Healthy and Very Wealthy and Totally Hydrated

Be Healthy and Very Wealthy and Totally Hydrated and because you are Hydrated you will be wise.

If you have been curious about the Kangen Water and its health qualities also its business advantages this video will fill you in. Its not a long video and it is very informative.
If you are interested in any way go to http://www.lifechanging-water.com and either call or email David and he will answer any questions you have.

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To My Readers – Will 2017 be better than 2016?

To You My readers

Will 2017 be better than 2016? It certainly can be. Most people are on the 40-40-40 plan. They work 40 hours per week for 40 years only to retire on 40% of the income they were struggling to live off in the first place. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. You can have a business of your own that gives you the freedom to do whatever you want to do.

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What would you look for in a ‘Perfect’ business opportunity?

• No sign-up fee
• No quotas
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• No inventory
• No annual renewal fee
• No geographic limitations
• No storefront
• No employees
• Multiple ways to earn
• Commissions paid daily
• Unlimited income potential
• Highest quality product
• Ability to provide free samples
• Recognized industry leader
• Solid product warranty
• Top quality marketing materials
• Easy financing
• Incredible team support

Our business opportunity has all these and more!

Email or call me to learn how you can set in place a six-figure cash flow within less than 90 days.

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Did You Know – 01/18/2016 – All About Paper Clips

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Fact One

A paperclip is a piece of steel wire which has been bent into the shape of two almost-complete loops. Pieces of paper can be inserted between the loops and held together. Ingenious!

Fact Two

The design of the paperclip familiar today has never been patented. It is not known for sure who invented it or where it was invented. What is known was that paper clips with the same design were in production in Britain in the 1870s where it was made by the Gem Manufacturing Company Ltd, which suggests – but doesn’t prove – that they may have been invented there. The Gem paperclip, as it became known, was introduced to America in 1892. It went on to become the most common paperclip in use all over the world.

Fact Three

The first patent for the design of a clip that could hold paper together was granted to Samuel B. Fay in the United States in 1867. His invention was actually intended to hold tickets to fabric, and although it could also be used as a clip for paper, it is very different from the paper clip used today. He is therefore NOT the inventor of the paperclip, contrary to popular belief. Below is what Fay’s clip looked like.

Fay's paper clip

Vaaler's paper clipFact Four

It was also widely believed that the paperclip was invented in Norway and a giant paperclip stands outside a business college in Oslo to mark this fact! Johan Vaaler, an inventor, designed a paperclip in 1899 which was patented in Germany and the USA in 1901. However his design, pictured to the left, was impractical and was never put into production. Even so, Vaaler later became credited as the inventor of the paperclip when his patent was discovered sometime in the 1920s by a Norweigan engineer working in Germany. He documented his findings, not realising that Vaaler’s paperclip was different to the “Gem” style one in common use, and the information that the paperclip was a Norweigan invention found its way into dictionaries and encylopedias in the years following the Second World War, despite being inaccurate!

Fact Five

The Swedish word for a paper clip is “gem”.

Fact Six

During the Second World War, wearing a paperclip could have got you into serious trouble. The people living in countries under Nazi German occupation were forbidden from wearing badges or pins depicting national symbols. The paperclip, a seemingly meaningless piece of stationery, became used as a symbol of unity due to the fact that it is used for binding things together. Wearing paperclips became banned once the Germans cottoned on to the reasons for them being worn.

After the war, it was believed that Norweigans wore paper clips during the war as a sign of national pride because it was a Norweigan invention. In fact, the information that the paper clip was a Norweigan invention, although incorrect, wasn’t even widely known during the war. People just wore paper clips to symbolise unity and solidarity.  

Fact Seven

The paperclip is widely used as the symbol for an attachment in most email services.

Fact EightClippy

Clippy was an animated paperclip that used to appear in Microsoft Office products to offer help. He made his first appearance in Office 97 and last appearance in Office 2003. He was most famous for tapping the inside of the monitor when he appeared and regularly saying “It looks like you’re writing a letter.” Oh, the memories!

If you miss Clippy and need him to help you with Microsoft’s newer versions of Office, you can download Ribbon Hero 2: Clippy’s Second Chance from here! http://www.ribbonhero.com/

Fact Nine

Project Paperclip was an American operation to fly German scientists out of Germany and over to the USA after the Second World War. The Americans wanted to make use of the scientific and engineering intellect and expertise of the Germans, and to ensure that they didn’t fall into the hands of the Soviet Union. One of them, Wernher von Braun, was a rocket scientist who would assist the Americans with developing the rockets that would eventually take people to the Moon. Von Braun also worked on ideas for manned missions to Mars.

Fact Ten

Kyle Macdonald from Canada managed to swap a red paperclip for a house by completing a series of online trades, swapping each item for something of a higher value. He started by swapping his paperclip for a fish-shaped pen, which was then swapped for a door knob, and then a barbecue, and so on. His project gained publicity and the items given in exchange for previous items became more and more valuable and unique, until Kyle was eventually able to complete his final exchange and achieve his goal, when he traded a role in a film (Donna on Demand) for a house in the town of Kipling in Saskatchewan, Canada. All from one red paperclip. More information about Kyle’s project is available here: http://oneredpaperclip.blogspot.co.uk/

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Is Your Password Safe And Uncrackable

I read this article the other day written by Sid Kirchleimer who is the author of ” ScamProof Your Life” . The subject was about passwords for our computer , bank account, anything really that needs some form of a password.

After reading this I have gone through and altered all my passwords as they really were very crackable (not sure if that is a word from the dictionary )

Three suggestions.

1. Use at least 12 keystrokes. It is much harder for hackers to figure out. The Georgia Tech Research Institute suggests using a 12-character password as it provides a good balance between security and practicality.

2. Use Upper and Lowercase letters, spaces and underscores, and symbols like @ and %

3. Use passwords that describe your favorite things. That would make it easier for you  to remember.

4. You should never even think about entering credit card information, bank accounts or any passwords, requested by email. Doing this only makes your password prone to getting hacked, so make sure you never even use your own email to save passwords.

Here is a list of passwords that make it easy for those who make it their business to know your business.

  • Password
  • 123456
  • qwerty
  • abc123
  • monkey
  • trustnot
  • dragon
  • baseball
  • 111111
  • iloveyou
  • master
  • 654321
  • superman
  • football
  • qazwsx

The suggestion is,  change your password every 90 days or thereabouts on your email, financial accounts and  websites.

For more information go buy the book “Scamproof Your Life” . It would be a good book for your children to read

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A Message From Christchurch

This was an email that was sent to a friend of mine who lives in Australia. I thought I would share this with you to give you some idea of how terrifying this earthquake has been

Hi Lesley,

This email is from Vicky Montgomery a lawyer friend of mine who has just moved back to NZ and living in Christchurch, after 10 years overseas

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Well, it has been another terrible day, but we are okay so far. The house is still standing – how it is possible I don’t quite know, but it is, although we have a whole lot more new cracks and swinging open or stuck doors and I guess some damage of which we are not even aware yet. I was sitting at the dining room table sending off some emails when the train smacked into the side of the house without any warning (often the smaller shakes and jolts are preceded by a kind of rumble so you know that something is coming), but not this time. The house started lurching so badly all I could do was hang onto the table for dear life, and listen to the huge roaring
noise of the thing as well as seeing the doors of the big cabinet thing on the wall of the dining room thrown open and spew out about two dozen antique glasses/carafes and other delicate things all of which I had been collecting for years or had inherited and was rather fond of. When it was ‘over’, the floor was completely strewn with glass and I was completely freaked – my heart was pounding and I was shaking like a leaf. We had a whole series of after-shocks almost immediately after and several of those were pretty damn scary as well. The after-shocks are continuing and will do for some time. Each time one comes I think ”
is it going to get bigger “, and I’m scared of the house falling down on us – even as I write this, there has been about 4 or 5 – about a minute apart. Now that it is dark, it seems worse.

At least we still have a roof over our heads and so far we are okay, unlike so may others. After about 7 hours, the power has come back on, so we have some lights and a cup of tea and the internet up and running again. There are a lot of planes and helicopters overhead and an awful lot of people are out in parks and other open spaces because they can’t get back into their homes or accommodation. It is raining and cold, and at least we are indoors, but for those who are not I feel as if I should be out doing something – but it’s hard to know what. I haven’t even got enough food in the house to make some soup or something and it wouldn’t be enough. Even if we offered people a bed for the night, they would probably feel safer staying up all night, given the severity and frequency of the aftershocks – I mean how can anyone sleep in this? I think it will be a night of dozing on the couch – fully clothed, luckily we have a couple of bottles of wine that survived – better get them down my throat quickly!!!
Thank you all for your kind thoughts and lovely messages – greatly appreciated. Whew, what a day. xxx V

"The New Zealand earthquake broke an iceberg the area of 20 football fields off the country's longest glacier.


Devastated family after hearing the news of the death of their Mother

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