Sunday, May 27, 2007

Talk about teaching them young

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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Hawaai Beach Condos

For those who may have visited the Hawaiian Islands sometime before and thought of settling down there. But then, somehow years passed, and that thought was filed somewhere…. However, somewhere you knew that living in Hawaii was more than just a dream and that it could bring you amazing experiences, meet fascinating people, let alone other richness.

Let! help you make that dream a reality.

On the other hand, if it’s a place you have been dreaming to visit since who knows when, then it’s better you check it out..

Basically, the most spoken of 'thing' about Hawaii is its legendary beaches.

Maybe it isn't exactly legendary, but coupled with the promotion, advertising, and the view from the air-plane, the first 'thing' that comes into your mind would be to hit the beaches

Now let’s check what else is in store for a visitor to Hawaai...

Apart from buying the best prices for a ticket, the next tedious problem would be to find the ‘right place to stay’. Ofcourse, tour agencies do provide you with dozens of options, but its just so darn difficult to find the right 'hotel', 'condo' or whatever.

Now, you do have an easy option and you could visit have which offers and displays the finest selection of hawaii beach front condos... Whether you're looking for one right on the beach or right downtown, has got you covered.

Now for a bit of sales pitch……

They have the most unbelievable and extensive collection of lodging options in Hawaii. This isn’t exactly a sales pitch, but they are good..... Rather than going on about it, just give it a check.

They have Hawaii beach front condos, apartments, and homes at great rates and in a wide spectrum of styles to accommodate your living quarter specifications.

What is more is we have an impressive selection for almost every island, so you are unlimited. Additionally, our services can help you get great prices on airfare and car rentals too. When you are ready to relocate to this enchanting paradise, let us help you make the move.

If you plan to come all this way for the beach and the rest of the razzmatazz, why not stay right on the beach? That way you will fill every moment possible with all the best parts of Hawaii.

So go ahead and check your accommodation choices at the Hawaii beach front condos

The most fun you can have in Hawaii is guaranteed with a Hawaii Beach Front Condo.

In short, Hawaii Beach Front Condos have become a great alternative and can really enhance your Hawaiian experience.. and instead of going on about it...the next time you head to Hawaii consider getting away for the tourist scene and grab yourself an amazing Hawaii Beach Front Condo and check for yourself ..

For a little more detailed info on the above... do read the below articles..

Are Vacation Villas Replacing Large, Commercialized Hotels as a New Vacation Trend ?
Growing Ecotourism Industry In Hawaii Protects Environmental Assets While Increasing Profits

Now let's Aloha .......

The low cut dress

A busty young thing was trying on an 'EXTREMELY' low cut dress.

As she studied herself in the mirror, she asked the sales lady if she thought it was too low cut.

Do you have hair on your chest ?

Certainly NOT !!

Then it's too low cut !!

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

A Hawaiian Vacation Package..

I was searching for travel locations and hoping to locate some travel vacation packages, when I accidentally happened to land on the page regarding information on trips to Hawai'i.. Going through the info, it became aware why Hawaii is the United States' top holiday destination... ROMANCE! But weddings apart, any reason to getaway, be it birthdays or anniversaries, they all are just excellent reasons to celebrate romance in the Islands of Aloha.

Another interesting factor was the importance given to Ecotourism. It not only supports the well being of local communities, but the commercial entities have a positive influence on the environment as they promote a tourism industry that is environmentally and culturally sensitive while increasing profits. More details on Growing Ecotourism Industry In Hawaii is available here…..

The availability of vacation accommodations through online resources such as affords tourists the opportunity to plan a customized, environmentally-friendly vacation. A savvy traveler seeking information about ecotourism-based excursions to Maui and Kauai can visit for additional details. Take advantage of technology to plan the most unique, socially-conscious trip.

Another interesting factor are the customised villas...

Villas are the new vacation trend and are quickly replacing larger, more commercialized hotels as the choice place to stay for many savvy travelers. Such accommodations are perfect for those people seeking a truly relaxing, tropical vacation that mot only provides the enjoyment, privacy and comfort of a vacation home over the impersonal environment of a traditional hotel. An out-of-the-way oasis is just a click away when you check out a site like that specializes in Hawaii vacations. Whether you are looking for romance, relaxation, swimming, surfing or other activities, staying at a Hawaii vacation villa can enable you to be right in the center of the place you want to be, rather than several miles away at a hotel.

For more details, visit Hawaii vacation villa ....

And for more info on the 528 Hawaii vacation rentals and 1232 Hawaii condos ....... PLEASE CLICK HERE

Better still..... if you need some information on a made-to-order vacation, visit here

Now to get down to some trivialities.......

Most visitors to Hawaii marvel at the region’s amazing sights through a car window, on a bus tour or on a hike.

But nothing compares to the thrill of taking in the sights from the back of a motorcycle.

Hawaii’s spectacularly varied environment makes for memorable riding experiences. The roads traversing each island lead from tropical rainforests to desert landscapes and back. The beauty about riding on this island is that in a couple hours you can go from sea level to 4,000 feet…. But please note that renting a motorcycle in Hawaii requires a valid motorcycle license or a motorcycle licensing endorsement on an automobile driver license. The legally permitted minimum age depends on the state where the license is issued, however, some motorcycle rental companies enforce a minimum age of 21, or even 23, in accordance with their insurance coverage. Passengers must be at least 7 years old. To the pleasure of some riders, Hawaii does not require helmets. Rentals also require a credit card deposit authorization ranging anywhere from $350 to $2,500. Even if it’s just for a few hours, a tour by motorcycle in Hawaii is the stuff that makes memories. It’s truly the ultimate vantage point to soak in the surrounding beauty. Also, MAKE NOTE THAT some of the most popular tourist destinations aren’t necessarily the most ideal for motorcycle outings.

Hawaii is also a year-round destination for golf, and this is something that sets it apart from many other holiday destinations.

Generally, the professional golf season starts with four events in Hawaii; each year, six professional tourneys are staged in the islands. Hawaii is also home to 80 championship-caliber courses. Of these, Golf Magazine places eight on its top 25 domestic courses; no other state has more than two resorts on the list.

Apart from Golf, one must check out the sailing experience on the Hahalua Lele.

It is unique for two reasons: the canoe and the captain. A basic outing with Cho at the helm lasts about two-and-a-half hours and costs $95 per person. Besides the coastal cruise, you’ll stop for snorkeling and, during the winter months, whale watching. Half-day and full-day cruises are available, too.

Another interesting fact is that because of the new craze in Hula, in Japan, the Japanese hula fanatics are visiting Hawaii in waves, pun intended.

They are seeking to learn from the original source, and they are coming to events year-round, ranging from the many festivals and as well as various hula retreats and individual workshops. It is believed that there are over 300,000 hula students in Japan, now that is quite a lot a hula circles…

However as per market statistics, Hawaii’s tourism industry is currently facing a slump, with overall January arrivals down nearly 5 percent and the lucrative Japanese market down by around 12 percent.

But, does it make a difference….not the lease, although the decline could be due to the fact of Hawaii’s strict new smoking ban, which went into effect in November…. and for Japanese smoking for whom smoking is an essential habit …. [No offense meant….but, they smoke !]

Now apparently the Dalai Lama was scheduled to visit Maui on April 24 and 25.

It's the third time this dude has landed there. Obviously, he likes the place... However, although it’s Maui and these guys enjoy a certain level of "enlightenment", be it spiritual or sexual they definitely are not quite religious. The real problem is that most of these guys don’t know a damn thing about the Dalai Lama except that he has a buzz cut, wears a lot of robes and is kind of adorable. Some of them even feel that he is one cool guy but the majority either is confused about him or they completely ignore the question hoping that they don’t appear thick by going on record and answer the question. For instance, very few know that he likes to golf... and that he is extraordinarily funny even during prayer sessions….

But he certainly enjoyed himself… and if he could.... so can you…

So instead of going on and on, visiting Hawai’i is definitely worth giving a shot, a swing and a swig…

That’s about it…. get your travel bags and envision you and your loved one on a romantic Hawaiian Holiday.

Aloha……and have fun…

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Thought for the day - thermal mass

What do you call a religious gathering with hell-fire preaching ?

A thermal mass.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Thought for the day......

Why is eating p*ssy like dealing with Mafia?

One slip of the tongue and you're in deep sh*t!

Now flowing into a different spectrum altogether....

They call it creativity...... yes it is..... it justifies the thought for the day...

Apologies if this is bordering on the absurd.

But it's nice :)

While talkin on foods....... this is some advice worth keepin in mind... is your One Stop Shop

Have fun..... for tomorrow is another day.....

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Bumper Stickers

1. Constipated People Don't Give A Shit.

2. Practice Safe Sex, Go Screw Yourself.

3. If You Drink, Don't Park. Accidents Cause People.

4. Who Lit The Fuse On Your Tampon?

5. If You Don't Believe In Oral Sex, Keep Your Mouth Shut.

6. Please Tell Your Pants It's Not Polite To Point.

7. If That Phone Was Up Your Butt, Maybe You Could Drive A Little Better.

8. My Kid Got Your Honor Roll Student Pregnant.

9. To All You Virgins: Thanks For Nothing.

10. If At First You Don't Succeed, Blame Someone Else And SeekCounseling.

11. Impotence: Nature's Way Of Saying "No Hard Feelings".

12. If You Can Read This, I've Lost My Trailer.

13. Horn Broken ... Watch For Finger.

14. If You're Not A Hemorrhoid, Get Off My Ass.

15. You're Just Jealous Because The Voices Are Talking To Me.

16. The Earth Is Full - Go Home

17. This Would Be Really Funny If It Weren't Happening To Me

18. Eat Right, Exercise, Die Anyway

19. Illiterate? Write For Help

20. Honk If Anything Falls Off

21. Cover Me. I'm Changing Lanes
22. I Refuse To Have A Battle Of Wits With An Unarmed Person

23. You! Out Of The Gene Pool!

24. If Sex Is A Pain In The Ass, Then You're Doing It Wrong...

25. If You Can Read This, Please Turn Me Over

26. Remember Folks: Stop Lights Timed For 35 mph Are Also Timed for 70 mph.

27. Guys: No Shirt, No Service - Gals: No Shirt, No Charge

28. If Walking Is So Good For You, Then Why Does My Mailman Look Like Jabba The Hut?

29. Necrophilia: That Uncontrollable Urge To Crack Open A Cold One.

30. Boldly Going Nowhere

31. Caution - Driver Legally Blonde

32. Don't Be Sexist - Bitches Hate That

33. How Many Roads Must A Man Travel Down Before He Admits He is lost?

34. Money Isn't Everything, But It Sure Keeps The Kids In Touch

35. Saw It ... Wanted It ... Had A Fit .. Got It!


37. All Men Are Animals, Some Just Make Better Pets.

38. Some people are alive only because it is illegal to shoot them

39. I used to have a handle on life, but it broke.

40. WANTED: Meaningful overnight relationship.

41. Sore/Loserman 2000

Shamelessly borrowed from .........

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Now...we have a problem here.....

Colin meets a girl on the street. He says, "Come on, babe, let's go in the alleyway and get it on. I've got fifteen bucks."

She says, "FIFTEEN bucks? You're crazy. For fifteen bucks, I'll let you LOOK at it."

They go into the alleyway, she pulls down her pants, and he gets down on his knees. But he can't see anything, because it's too dark, so he gets out his lighter. He lights his lighter, and he says, "OMG, your pu*ic hair... it's so curly and thick... it's BEAUTIFUL."

She says, "Thank you."

He says, "You mind if I ask you a personal question?"

She says, "Go ahead."

He says, "Can you pee through all that hair?"

She says, "Of course."

He says, "Well, you better start. You're on fire."

Monday, May 14, 2007

Managing Your Money...

By Kathy Chu, USA TODAY

Managing Your Money...

In Michigan, an advertisement offers this come-on to those 60 and older...
Come learn from the IRA Technician" at a seminar that more than 10,000 seniors have attended. Top sirloin steak will be served — along with tips on "how to guarantee your IRA will never run out, regardless of market fluctuations."

Just don't bring your financial adviser. Agents and brokers are not invited, the ad says.

As the first of 79 million baby boomers turn 60 this year, free-this and free-that financial seminars are thriving. Community centers and hotels have become a backdrop for what regulators see as aggressive sales pitches geared to seniors. (Chart: What to know about senior financial adviser designations)

While people 60 and older make up 15% of the U.S. population, they account for about 30% of fraud victims, estimates Consumer Action, a consumer-advocacy group.

As this gargantuan generation of boomers starts to retire, "You're going to see more of these seminars and more of these sales pitches," says James Nelson, assistant secretary of state in Mississippi. "Wherever retirees are congregated, you're going to have these people preying on them."

Older people have long been a lucrative market for the financial-services industry because of the assets they've accumulated. But the sheer number of baby boomers approaching retirement and seeking a place to park their assets is causing a frenzy of aggressive sales tactics.

Boomers have more than $8.5 trillion in investable assets. Over the next 40 years, they stand to inherit at least $7 trillion from their parents, research firm Cerulli Associates estimates

As baby boomers swell the retiree population, regulators worry not just about estate-planning seminars for seniors but also about sales of promissory notes, unregistered securities and lottery scams.

"It's the topic of the next few decades: senior investments and senior fraud," says Patricia Struck, president of the North American Securities Administrators Association, or NASAA.

"There are marketing seminars that are being held nightly and in every city," says Bryan Lantagne of the Massachusetts Securities Division. "They get you to come in and do a financial plan. Their goal is to put you in one of these products."

Senior estate-planning seminars aren't new. But they're drawing more regulatory scrutiny because they're ramping up in areas with large elderly populations. Typically, the people who attend them need advice about leaving assets to their children, managing income or minimizing taxes in retirement.

Beverly Buhs, 81, of Millbrae, Calif., attended one of these financial seminars with her husband, Art, in 1997. They bought a living trust on the spot, she says. They were told it would let them avoid probate court, the sometimes expensive process by which your assets are allocated after you die.

They also bought an equity-index annuity. That's a high-cost insurance product with returns based partly on the stock market.

After her husband died, Buhs found the trust didn't fully protect their assets from probate. And she couldn't access the money in the annuity without paying big penalties. Her complaints are part of a class-action lawsuit against the financial agents and companies involved in the seminar.

A 'major problem'

These seminars are a "major problem" in Texas, where many boomers retire, says Denise Voigt Crawford, the state securities commissioner.

North Dakota Securities Commissioner Karen Tyler calls these seminars a bait-and-switch tactic. The free seminar is the bait; the switch comes when the agents urge investors to liquidate the portfolio and put the money into other products, Tyler says.

Dan Danbom of the Society of Certified Senior Advisors — which helps train insurance agents, brokers and others to conduct senior seminars — says there's nothing "inherently dishonest about seminars, any more than there's anything inherently dishonest about advertising or direct mail."

And some agents argue that their financial seminars fill seniors' very real need for education. Theresa Bischoff, an insurance agent in Palatine, Ill., says she holds seminars because, "Baby boomers are starving for information on retirement and estate planning."

But regulators worry that seminars often serve as tools for unscrupulous salespeople. NASAA issued an alert in December cautioning investors that such seminars were sometimes being used by "bogus" senior specialists. The specialists may take only a few courses to earn their titles, then use these designations to create a "false level of comfort" about their expertise, according to NASAA.

In a typical scenario, financial agents will find out, at the seminar and in follow-up meetings, what assets seniors have, NASAA says. Then they'll recommend these assets be liquidated and put into equity-index or variable annuities. (State regulators say these recommendations could be considered investment advice, and anyone not registered as an investment adviser could face enforcement action.)

Variable and equity-index annuities are complex insurance products whose returns vary with market performance. Variable annuities' returns are tied to the stock market. Equity-index annuities' returns fluctuate with the market but also provide a minimum guarantee.

Both can be appropriate for people who want tax-advantaged savings or an income stream in retirement. But they're generally ill-suited for people in their 60s, 70s or 80s who'll need access to their money over the next decade. These costly products usually have stiff penalties for withdrawing money before the end of a surrender period that can last up to 15 years.

Louise Renne, a former San Francisco city attorney, says financial seminars often "are really fronts for (insurance) agents who want to sell annuities to seniors." Renne represents Buhs and others in three lawsuits against financial pros who conducted the seminars and companies that supplied the products.

Michael DeGeorge, general counsel for the National Association for Variable Annuities, says, "The vast majority of annuity recommendations are done appropriately."

Emotional pain

Whether scams involve inappropriate product sales or telemarketing fraud, they can be emotionally and financially devastating for victims of all ages.

Seniors, though, are particularly hard hit. Scams can wipe out an entire lifetime of savings. Unlike younger investors, seniors have few or no working years to recapture their losses.

The emotional pain of being scammed can also be magnified for seniors who keep silent about losing money. Many of them don't report suspected fraud out of shame and "fear that if the family realizes they've been ripped off, they'll be placed in an institution," seen as unfit to manage their finances and lives, says Jenefer Duane, chief executive of the Elder Financial Protection Network.

Thus, complaints about senior financial fraud are probably lower than they should be, Duane says. In 2005, consumers 50 and older filed 151,000 fraud and identity-theft-related complaints with the Federal Trade Commission. That total represented nearly one-third of total fraud and one-fifth of all identity-theft complaints among those who reported their age.

Online and telemarketing scams rank among the top complaints filed by older consumers.

Seniors who've been scammed often have to work longer than they'd planned — and harder. Take Neal Dukes, 71, of Grand Ledge, Mich. Dukes lost $250,000 a few years ago after a financial adviser persuaded him and 17 other people, mostly seniors, to put money into what the adviser said were high-interest-earning annuities.

The adviser, Daniel Neuenschwander, pleaded guilty, admitting he didn't invest the money in annuities but instead lost much of it in the commodities market or used it to support his family.

A Michigan circuit judge sentenced Neuenschwander in 2002 to up to 10 years in prison and ordered him to pay $2.2 million back to the seniors.

"It's tragic. Mr. Neuenschwander is very remorseful," says John Maurer, Neuenschwander's attorney.

Dukes says he hasn't gotten a dime back and isn't hopeful he will. He's been working eight to 10 hours a few days a week at his insecticide-spraying business to earn money.

'No golden years left'

"When you're 71 years old, you should be able to enjoy your life and your golden years," Dukes says. "But when you've been taken like this, there are no golden years left."

Financial recovery in senior scams is rare but not hopeless. Shlimoon Youkhana, 80, was one of the lucky ones. He got his money back after what had seemed to be a promising investment turned sour, draining his money with it.

A few years ago, he and his children invested $15,000 in the stock of a company that was supposed to file for an initial public offering. But the company never gave them their stock certificates. It eventually merged with another entity and changed its name.

Youkhana, of Rosemont, Ill., spent more than two years and hundreds of hours researching the company and documenting his experience, reporting his findings along the way to the Illinois Securities Department. The department did its own investigation and recovered investors' money.

Now, Youkhana offers to help other seniors in his community do research before they invest. "I'm not a Don Quixote or anything," he says. He just doesn't want others to be victims, he says.

The easiest way to avoid scams? Beware of any opportunity that sounds too good to be true. Seniors who are pressured to make a financial decision on the spot should run — not walk — away.

Robert Inman, 69, was wary about the living trust and annuity being pitched during a December free-lunch seminar he attended in Jackson, Mich.

He didn't feel the presenters adequately answered his questions — such as, what happens if the company that created the trust goes under? And he was bothered that they wanted people to sign up on the spot.

Also, a salesman called him multiple times after the seminar, stopping only after being invited to the house. "We thought that maybe this is the way to get rid of him," Inman says.

He consulted an attorney and decided to forgo the products. Inman's advice to seniors? "Don't jump into anything hastily. Take some time to do some checking."

Consumer groups act

Consumer groups are also stepping up efforts to alert seniors to potential scams. In Michigan, AARP, the advocacy group for those 50 and over, has found a way to counter "free lunch" seminars: It holds its own "free lunch" seminars.

No products are sold at the sessions. Still, "They're wildly popular," AARP's Sally Hurme says of the educational seminars, which feature such names as "What You Should Know About Living Trusts" and "How to Tell the Difference Between An Estate Plan and a Sales Pitch."

Says Anita Salustro, who leads the seminars for AARP in Michigan: "People want some consumer protection. They've been to these free lunches and want some balanced information from someone who's not selling a product."

Shlimoon Youkhana was able to get back $15,000 he and his children lost in a bad investment.

Article Courtesy : By Kathy Chu, USA TODAY

Jest a while................ is your One Stop Shop

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Check this CV Out.....

Just came across this version of a CV....Now how far this is true don't ask .... but it certainly is worth a read....


I'm married with 9 children. I don't require prescription drugs.

I am extremely loyal to my present firm, so please don't let them know of my immediate availability.

I intentionally omitted my salary history. I've made money and lost money. I've been rich and I've been poor. I prefer being rich.

Number of dependents: 40

Marital Status: Often. Children: Various.


Here are my qualifications for you to overlook.

I am a man filled with passion and integrity, and I can act on short notice. I'm a class act and do not come cheap.


I was working for my mom until she decided to move.

Note: Please don't misconstrue my 14 jobs as 'job-hopping'. I have never quit a job.

Evaluating employees
RE: Quotes Taken from actual performance evaluations:

"Since my last report, this employee has reached rock bottom and has started to dig."

"His men would follow him anywhere, but only out of morbid curiosity."

"I would not allow this employee to breed."

"This associate is really not so much of a has-been, but more of a definitely won't be."

"Works well when under constant supervision and cornered like a rat in a trap."

"When she opens her mouth, it seems that this is only to change whichever foot was previously in there."

"He would be out of his depth in a parking lot puddle."

"This young lady has delusions of adequacy."

"He sets low personal standards and then consistently fails to achieve them."

"This employee should go far - and the sooner he starts, the better."

"This employee is depriving a village somewhere of an idiot."

Such specimens definitely abound......that is for sure

Saturday, May 12, 2007

A Cheap Scotsman !

Came across this today......... a Cheap Scotsman.......

Now I thought for a minute and decided.... that was degrading them to the absolute......

Why do we need the adverb.....Cheap..... [for it is understood !!!]

Do a good deed for the day.....and remove that cheap.....

Sunday, May 06, 2007


Before I commence, please note that this blog also occasionally includes sponsored entries.

Most of the sponsored entries are basically personal opinion on the sponsored product or service – Please note that sponsored entries may or would contain the words 'advertisement' or 'sponsored post'. This is to mainly maintain the level of the blog and not to detract readers from enjoyment of regular posts…The below is a sponsored post for…. now that we are done with the formalities, let’s begin…

Its funny this “sponsored offer” came up now as I was just about surfing for home accessories.

The I reckoned that it wouldn’t be right, writing for somebody, if you have not visited their stores, right ? No, wrong. I was surprised to note the enormous amount of posts going on and on about Farrey’s. Now who would want to write on Farrey’s? Basically, housewives having their own blogs and communicating to others on their purchase experiences or people like us who blog for dough. In which case, there is a chance it might be a bit biased…

Let’s put it this way….there are a lot of information about churned out there… To quote a houesewife blog, with due apologies …. We're meeting our accountant in the morning and them going tile shopping. Our kitchen floor is horrendous; we've needed new tile for ages now but we've been too cheap to put it in! Now, it was on my way to shopping when I met up with this gorgeous hunk! ……Thar she blows…..

Now this has such a personal touch, is intense and very nice to read… with Farreys in the background. Well unfortunately, you ain’t gonna get that here...although however hard I try.

Anyway, where were we?

Ahh yes…searching for information on Basically, they are, or appear to be a hardware wholesaler. I found them today while surfing for house accessories and they do have quite an impressive range. As usual, curiosity got the better of me, so I checked it out. Bottomline… if you're looking to purchase a new ceiling fan, kitchen sink, or bath accessory, you should definitely check out

In short, Farrey's are a leading US supplier of ceiling fans, light fittings and various other household fixtures. also sells bathroom products, bathroom hardware, door hardware, kitchen hardware, lamps, and ventilation hardware apart from ceiling fans.
Their main range is ceiling fans on which they have listed over 400 distinct styles from 13 different manufacturers. More than that, an interesting aspect is that they allow you to customise your fan using their wide range of blades, motors, downrods and other spare parts. Now you can have a “home-made” or a fan in line with your issues [as if there is a shortage of any]

They now seem to promote a brand new range from the Casablanca Fan Company and they come in a wide range of traditional and contemporary styles. The Casablanca range also has desktop fans and fans for damp conditions. They are many more listed in the Farrey's catalogue and which can be viewed here.

Farrey's also appear to have an equally good selection of bathroom accessories, door knobs, and other practical yet decorative items! If you by any chance are searching for any new lighting fixtures and what to check up on lighting brand or by lighting application or by style... then you can do so at . The lighting product search tool quickly helps find the perfect lights for anyone’s application and some of the selections at are pretty cool…They also have an extensive selection of energy saving lighting for indoor or outdoor applications. Saying so has already given ideas of a purchase.

Basically, if you are looking for a site that offers lights, lamps, lighting fixtures or outdoor lighting in a wide range of styles and at the lowest prices from dozens of top manufacturers you have got to check out as it would surely gives you ways and means to spend that extra savings !

As a closing line, is a fabulous place if you are not sure what you are searching for as it gives you so many new ideas and options.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Is yours risin ??

bakery owner hires a young sexy blonde who liked to wear very short sexy skirts and thong panties, not to mention braless tops that showed of her big boobs.

One day a young man comes into the store, glances at the sexy girl and glances at the loaves of bread behind the counter. Noticing the sexy girl and the length of her skirt (or lack thereof) and the location of the raisin bread - on the very top shelf - he politely says to the hottie, "I'd like some raisin bread, please."

She climbs up a ladder to reach the raisin bread, providing the young man with an excellent view of the thongs and the tits, just as he surmised she would. When the blonde comes down the ladder, he says he really should get two loaves as he is having company for dinner.

As the sexy woman retrieves the second loaf of bread, one of the other male customers notices what is going on. Thinking quickly, he orders a loaf of raisin bread so he can continue to enjoy the view. With each trip up the ladder, the sexy blonde seems to catch the eye of another male customer. Pretty soon, each male customer is asking for raisin bread just to watch the young sexy woman climb up and down.

After many trips, the blonde is tired, irritated and thinking she is really going to have to try the raisin bread herself. Once again she is up the ladder retrieving a loaf of raisin bread for another male customer. She stops and fumes, glaring at the men below. She notices an elderly man standing among the crowd of males looking up at her who hasn't placed an order yet.

Thinking to save herself another trip up and down the ladder, she yells at the elderly man, "Is yours raisin, too?" "No," croaked the old man, "but it's a quiverin'..."