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Asked by: Kwweesten, on 02/11/2013
I am a mere college student given the chance to live off campus. With a monthly rent check, I’m able to live in a house with two other girls. Although we rent this house, we rarely see our landlord. We signed a lease and gave him our word that this house would stay standing when our two years were up. So far, it’s stayed intact. But after a year and a half, we’ve had our share fair of memories built-up in this house – some good, some bad. After all this time, I can honestly saying being a homeo
Asked by: robapex, on 10/13/2012
I have decided to also post some of the most ridiculous and funniest things that happen or can be seen through the city where we work and live. There will be couple of posts such as these in the blog from time to time so read, have a few laughs or be shocked and amazed. Let the fun ride begin.
Anyways this situation happened only a few days ago.
Most of you are usually asleep during this time, depending on where you are, but it happens that I barely sleep, I rather work
Asked by: Keyboardqueen12, on 12/01/2011
Why aren't we, the people of America, doing all that we can possibly do to help those people. The number of homeless is outrageously high, while there are rich people who don't even know what to do with their money. Why don't we have more homeless shelters? They can only hold so much. Why don't we give them a push and help them into a collage so they can get a decent life? We can afford that right? People are suffering every day, scared of the thought that they might sleep in a gutter whi
Asked by: Bob, on 09/03/2010
Whether you're a fan of the Donald Trump's TV Show, The Apprentice, or not, you've got to check out this press release:
NEW THE APPRENTICE CONTESTANT TAKES ON THE BOARDROOM AND SUICIDE PREVENTION
WOODBURY, MN -- Inspired by his role this season as a contestant on The Apprentice, real estate hard-hitter Wade Hanson has created his own unique business challenge designed to raise funds and awareness for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) by selling 60 homes
Asked by: ChrisS, on 01/05/2010
I'd like to share a great article from the Rismeida site (see link below for more info) about putting your home on an energy diet.
We’ve all been there on making well-intentioned New Year’s resolutions, among them promising faithfully to go on a diet, exercise and eat healthier. And sometimes, we may even keep those resolutions for a little while before falling off the wagon.
As part of the yearly New Year’s resolution-making ritual, the Alliance to Save Energy encourages
Asked by: ChrisS, on 11/09/2009
Sure, times are tough, and money is tight. It may be tempting to put off home repairs. And while it's okay to rebuild your patio when you get that long-awaited bonus, some repairs can't be ignored because they can cause thousands of dollars in damage--or worse, they might affect your family's health.
The June 2009 issue of Consumer Reports listed five "red flags of home maintenance" that need immediate attention--even in a bad economy.
1. Keep water away from the house. Gu
Asked by: bugcandy, on 10/25/2009
I was on Gaiam.com this weekend and came across five quick, money-saving, green tips which will save you cash and shrink your carbon footprint.
1. Plug your TV, computer, cable box, stereo and game console into smart power strips. Saves 10% off your power bill.
2. Dry a load of laundry outside. No clothesline? Try a
Asked by: Bob, on 10/09/2009
I'm curious as to what everyone's worst home improvement story is?
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