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This is crazy funny – Too Real😂

A Millennial Job Interview
I am not in a position to employ a millennial but I believe those who do, this video is close to the truth. LOL well sort of.

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Quick And Easy Exercises To Get Rid Of A Double Chin – Well Help Anyway


1.While standing, tilt your head back and look towards the ceiling.
2.Pucker your lips and “kiss the ceiling.”
3.Hold the kiss for five seconds.
4.Relax your lips and return your head to a neutral position.
5.Repeat this 15 times.


1.While facing forward, open your mouth wide.
2.Stick your tongue out slowly over a five count, until it is as far out as possible.
3.Return the tongue to your mouth over another five count.
4.Repeat this 10 times.


1.Tilt your head back and look towards the ceiling.
2.Push your lower jaw forward to feel a stretch under the chin.
3.Hold the jaw jut for a 10 count.
4.Relax your jaw and return your head to a neutral position.
5.Repeat this 10 times.


1.While standing, drop your chin forward to your chest.
2.Slowly rotate your head to the right.
3.Hold your head for a five count.
4.Slowly rotate your head back down so that your chin is to your chest.
5.Continue to rotate your head to the left.
6.Hold your head for a five count.
7.Repeat this for 30 seconds.


1.While keeping a straight back, open your mouth as wide as possible.
2.Place the tip of your tongue against the backside of your bottom row of teeth.
3.Inhale through your mouth, and exhale while making an “ahh” sound.
4.Continue this for one minute.
5.Relax the mouth and tongue.
6.Repeat this once more.


1.While facing forward, carefully slap your lower jaw with the back of your hand, not too hard or too soft.
2.Repeat this careful slapping at a constant and regular pace for 30 seconds.


1.Making a “V” shape with your hand, place your thumb on one side of the jaw and the rest of your fingers on the other side.
2.Make sure your fingers are far back on the jawline, with the thumb and index finger in the same place as each other on opposite sides.
3.While holding your hand in place, press forward using your head and neck.
4.Hold for 30 seconds.
5.Relax the neck and hand.
6.Repeat this three times.


1.While laying face-up on a bed, allow your head to hang off the end.
2.Slowly lift your head up towards your chest while keeping the back and shoulders flat against the bed.
3.Hold for 10 seconds.
4.Very slowly return your head to its starting position.
5.Repeat this two times.


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Be Warned That Not All Foreclosures Are Bargains.

I was listening to Fox News this morning and Donald Trump was being interviewed on various subjects and one was about Real Estate.

His words were that now is the time to buy real estate. A Year ago he was saying it was too expensive and he was right. Now is the time to buy.

A lot of people will be looking at foreclosures. It has been said that some foreclosure properties are selling 50% less than their previous sale price.

The warning is.

1. Check for Unpaid property taxes and who is responsible to pay them.

2. Mortgage payments: Is there a lien on the property. Who is responsible for these.

3. Are the owners off the property? Some delinquent home owners refuse to move.

4. Make sure owners have not caused any damage to the property, seen and unseen. Unseen being anything that may cause a fire or permanent odor problem. Have the whole house checked out.

5, You cannot always check the house before buying at an auction. My advise is, if the house is in a good real estate area and the price is very cheap then it will probably be a good buy. The chances are you will get your money back on the land alone.

If I was unable to look in the house before the auction and the tenants were still in the house and the area was not a viable real estate area, I would not even consider bidding for it unless it was going for a “song” and I could see potential, even if the house had been damaged.

6, Buy the home directly off the lender. The chances are that you will not get as good a price, but you are able to inspect the house before buying and that could save you thousands. By dealing with the Lender who has foreclosed on the property you are able to make sure that there is no claims against the property.

These are just some of the things to look out for, it is not meant to put you off making an investment.

If you are going to buy the property and rent it out, consider the position. Remember the old Real Estate quote ” It is about position, position, position. So keep that in mind when you are purchasing a property. I have purchased many properties and always by the ocean. That sort of property nearly always makes you a profit. In your case, if you are not by the sea then the following places are what I call “Food for thought”

1. Is it near a college or university – you may find it easy to rent to students, teachers and administration.

2. Is it near a good shopping mall? Is it within walking distance. If so, that has to be a good buy.

3. Is it near public transport? That is very convenient for those who don’t have a vehicle or cannot drive.

4. Is it near a school? Families with young children will always be looking for rentals near their children’s school.

If you are about to make an investment in property well I think you are doing it at the right time as all the signs are good for property investment at the moment.

So Good luck and may you be prosperous.


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