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Feb 08

Market Sell-Offs: 3 Facts Every Investor Needs to Know

Market Sell-Offs: 3 Facts Every Investor Needs to Know STEPHEN MAUZY February 07, 2018 Welcome to reality. Stocks’ continual ascent since March 2009 seduced many investors into believing a fantasy: Stocks are low-risk, low-volatility investments. Plunging sell-offs are the province of a distant future. It was never true, as events of the past week have proven. …

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Feb 02

How To Prune Your Fruit Trees

How To Prune Your Fruit Trees Now is the best time to prune your fruit trees and here is how to do it in three simple steps. Within a few years of lovingly planting fruit trees, most folks find themselves with scraggly overgrown bushes, rather than the Garden of Eden they had envisioned. The key …

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Jan 23

What’s the Point of Being Alive?

What’s the Point of Being Alive? Zat Rana Playing at the intersection of science, art, and business. I write to reduce noise. www.designluck.com. CNBC, Business Insider, World Economic Forum, etc. Jan 22 5 min read “There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide.” That’s how Albert Camus begins his essay The Myth of …

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Jan 20

1957 Chevrolet 265 V8

1957 Chevrolet 265 V8 I like many others believed that the 1957 Chevrolet 265 V8 was not actually made for the 1957 model year,that they were left over 1956 265’s witch had a casting number of 3720991,but after much research,I find this is not true,Chevy did make the 265 v8 for 1957 cars and trucks …

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Jan 16

1955 265 V8 Chevy Engine

1955 265 V8 Chevy Engine Anyone who is a Chevrolet fan loves the iconic small-block  ChevyV8 engine. But few of us know why and how this mechanical wonder came about. When Ed Cole took over as chief engineer at Chevrolet, he knew that in order to change Chevrolet’s image from grocery getter to high performance …

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Oct 21

Microsoft Xbox History

Microsoft Xbox History The original Microsoft Xbox was released on November 15, 2001 in North America, February 22, 2002 in Japan, and March 14, 2002 in Australia and Europe. It was Microsoft’s first foray into the gaming console market. As part of the sixth-generation of gaming, the Xbox competed with Sony‘s PlayStation 2, Sega‘s Dreamcast (which stopped American sales before the …

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Oct 19

Automotive Restoration Plan for Success

Automotive Restoration Plan for Success By Mark Simpson A loud groan from the car trailer’s suspension broke the silence as we winched the old Ford truck aboard. The old pickup was once Ralph’s dream, as thoughts of driving his family around the neighborhood or in the local Fourth of July parade fueled his passion. But, …

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Oct 18

History of the 1955-1959 Chevrolet Trucks

History of the 1955-1959 Chevrolet Trucks Chevrolet’s Task Force trucks debuted in March 1955 looking very much like the company’s newly redesigned passenger cars. Designed by Ned Jordan, these pickups featured a stylish wraparound windshield, hooded headlights, and an egg-crate grille, while the traditional pontoon-style fenders found on Advance-Design models (1947-55) were eliminated. Like the …

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Oct 14

Yellow Hawaiian Hibiscus Flower

Yellow Hawaiian Hibiscus Flower (Hibiscus brackenridgei) is the state flower of Hawaii. Hawaiian hibiscus is a moderately popular ornamental flower in Hawaii. Hawaiian hibiscus shrubs bear blooms almost every day, but the blossoms last only for a day even when on the bush. Yellow Hibiscus in southern California by:Lindsey Hightower The striking and beautiful yellow …

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