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1. The 75 Best Panhandling Sign Slogans
The 75 Best Panhandling Sign Slogans
Have you ever wondered why you see people holding cardboard signs asking for help next to the freeway? I was one of those people for a while, and I'm going to tell you a bit about the experiences I had as a homeless man, and show you a bunch of funny panhandling sign slogans.
Culture & Society - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:52:21
2. I Need Cash Today
Nearly everyone gets to a tight spot where they needs some extra money to get through a tight spot. We're living in tough economic times, unemployment is high, and millions of people are finding it harder to make ends meet in our rapidly changing world. There is no shortage of of "make money" sit...
business-and-work - Sun, 05 May 2013 20:19:40
3. Free Money... tales of money found
Just about everyone thinks they need more money. This page is about the easiest way to make money... finding it. What do you do when you see a penny on the ground? Do you stop and pick it up? Do you ignore it because it's just a penny? Do you pick it up and throw it in a jar just for money you fi...
culture-and-society - Sat, 18 May 2013 21:31:31
4. What It Would Take To Turn The Country Around
Every day on the news we here about more problems in addition to the ones we're personally dealing with. We have a largely stagnant but slowly growing economy. We have an unemployment rate of 7% to 10% in most of the country.. We have rising food and gas prices. We have more catastrophic storms t...
business-and-work - Wed, 27 Feb 2013 13:54:19
5. The Evolution of the Mega Ramp
In the late 1970's, BMX freestyle pioneer Bob Haro built a quarterpipe ramp so he could show off his BMX aerials. The ramp was about six feet high, and was a portable version of the skatepark pools he'd been riding for years. By the mid-1980's, BMX ramps were about 8 feet high, and then grew to t...
sports-and-recreation - Mon, 29 Apr 2013 18:41:51
6. Steve Emig's Economic Outlook: Spring 2013
I've been told I'm an "unconventional thinker." I've been interested in the economy since high school. I'm not an economist. I don't have a PhD. I never even went to college. I'm a self-educated guy who's been simply watching the economy for more than 25 years, and trying to figure it out. I'm no...
business-and-work - Mon, 18 Mar 2013 02:07:48
7. Steve Emig Art
I'm an writer and artist currently living in Kernersville, North Carolina, and I draw names. I draw other things, too, but kid's names are what people want me to draw most often. Over several years I developed a style of drawing using Sharpie markers where I layer scribbles of several colors to c...
arts-and-design - Sat, 14 Sep 2013 20:00:43
8. Old School BMX Buyer's Guide
About 1970, in Southern California, a few motocross riders started holding off road bicycle races for kids who wanted to imitate motocross racers. The sport first became known as bicycle motocross, and later was shortened to BMX. Later in that decade, a guy named Bob Haro started riding his bike ...
sports-and-recreation - Wed, 12 Jun 2013 15:44:17
9. The Cure For Homelessness
I won't keep you waiting. I'll tell you how to cure homelessness right now. To eradicate homelessness in the United State, we just need about three million people to say, "Hey homeless person, you can sleep on my couch until you get back on your feet." That's it. Roughly one person in every hundr...
culture-and-society - Sat, 01 Jun 2013 11:49:31
10. Weird Stuff For Sale
Good... you'll fit right in here. Welcome to my little diversion away from the monotony of your daily life. Stand halfway up and gopher your head above the cubicle wall to make sure no one is really paying attention. Sit back down, reach in the back of that one drawer, and find your freak flag, a...
culture-and-society - Wed, 22 May 2013 12:53:06
11. Reinventing Small Cities
There is a huge trend in society world wide right now, a trend that is already completely reshaping the urban world. That trend is the rise of huge cities now called mega cities and mega regions. A mega city is generally defined as a city with a population of 10 million people or more. In additio...
business-and-work - Sun, 19 May 2013 13:57:36
12. How To Blow A Million Dollars
Did you FINALLY win that Powerball jackpot? Did you just sign a multi-million dollar sports contract as a pro athlete? Did weird uncle Ernie leave you his $43 million fortune he made by inventing pantyhose? Did that old, rich spouse of yours finally kick the bucket? If you answered "Yes" to any ...
culture-and-society - Sat, 11 May 2013 20:18:33
13. Sideburn Steve's Stuff
Like many other people in the country, I wound up out of work before the recession really hit, and family issues brought me cross country from sunny California to North Carolina. I worked for a while as a taxi driver here, but I wasn't able to make a decent living. When I went to find a "real" jo...
culture-and-society - Mon, 22 Apr 2013 17:07:56
14. Save 50 to 500 Dollars When You Move
It's springtime as I write this, coming up on the moving season, and moving your household from one place to another is expensive. As a former full time furniture mover, I know a lot of tip and tricks that can save you money when you move. On this page I'll share the tips I learned while moving m...
home-and-garden - Thu, 11 Apr 2013 18:42:51

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