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Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 | Art and Entertainment

The majority of online poker players are playing in one of 3 basic arrangements: 1) NO AFFILIATE You went to a site and signed up. The house collects ALL of your rake and tournament entry fees. You get nothing back, except your wins. Paying a few hundred dollars a week in rake is typical, for serious poker players. For some of us it's thousands. Rake is taken a little at a time, out of each pot, so you don't miss it. But it adds up. Rake is expensive. A 5-10 limit player in a loose online ...
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Australia Day Comes Alive

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 | Food and Beverage

When Australia Day comes each January 26th, it brings with it a celebration of all things Australian. This celebration has greatly evolved over time, changing both its name and its content to reflect modern Australians and their pride in their country. Australia Day began as a celebration of the foundation of the Australian colony. On January 26, 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip (pictured right) took formal possession of the then-British colony and became its first governor. While people ...
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Rutherford Wine Country

Monday, July 21st, 2014 | Food and Beverage

The Napa Valley is world renowned for producing award winning wines. Because of its unique geography, Napa County is split up into specific regions, denoted by the term AVA (American Viticulture Area). These individual regions are separated based on the inherent characteristics of the land and climate. There are numerous subtleties which can make one AVA best suited for Cab and another Chardonnay. In 1850, Thomas Rutherford recognized the subtleties of an unproven plot of land that resembled ...
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Puerto Rican Cuisine

Sunday, July 20th, 2014 | Food and Beverage

Puerto Rico is an island nation that is officially a territory of the United States. Puerto Rican cuisine has evolved from several strong influences, including those of the original peoples, such as the Tainos, and the Spanish conquerors that drove most of the natives out and enslaved the remaining. African and Caribbean influence is also reflected in the cuisine of the island, which has also been shaped significantly by its climate and geology. Cocina criolla, one of the main cuisine styles ...
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How To Live With Joint Pain

Saturday, July 19th, 2014 | Sports and Fitness

No one I know enjoys joint pain. I guess as we get older we feel that chronic dull aching in the joints just "comes with the territory". This doesn't have to be so. There are some ways that you can manage your joint pain. You can have joint pain for many different reasons, a trauma to a specific area of the body, such as knee or elbow, a strain from lifting a heavy object, sleeping on a poor mattress, sitting slumped in a chair, or bad posture in general can cause joint pain. Perhaps you do ...
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Deep Muscle Soreness And Body-Shock Fatigue

Friday, July 18th, 2014 | Sports and Fitness

In my experience there are two distinct types of muscular fatigue associated with intense progressive resistance training (only intense training is sufficient to trigger muscle hypertrophy) and these two types should be recognized and understood. The first type of fatigue is direct muscle soreness and is the result of a particular exercise targeting a specific muscle. Scientists are at odds as to the exact cause of muscle soreness but most believe that it is associated with some sort of ...
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Thursday, July 17th, 2014 | Sports and Fitness

Wellness is the buzz word for health these days and I like it. It implies a much wider scope of fitness than a balanced diet, regular exercise or a well-toned body. It speaks of an wholistic approach and attitude to living, taking in emotional and psychological factors as well as physical. So, what does wellness entail? 1/Positive living. Thought is where it all begins but there must also be practical action in order for a truly positive life to be lived. People often think that `positive ...
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Know Your Bodybuilding Supplement - Tribulus

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014 | Sports and Fitness

Tribulus terrestris is a herb that comes from a plant found in Asia. It has been used in the past by many cultures for the treatment of liver, kidney and cardiovascular diseases. It has also been used as a diuretic and to treat infertility. In recent years strength athletes in eastern Europe are reputed to have used it to enhance performance. It is believed to enhance testosterone levels by encouraging the production of lutenizing hormone. Studies have shown that when lutenizing hormone levels ...
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Tuesday, July 15th, 2014 | Finance

No one likes to think about divorce. That it happens means that a very important part of one's life did not go as planned. When it does happen, however, there is absolute and immediate need for a plan--divorce financial planning. While divorce is never an easy process, effective divorce planning can mitigate some of the pain and confusion involved that may affect you for the long term. Divorce proceedings and Marital Settlement Agreements (MSAs) are often complicated. Drafting your MSA--the ...
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How To Get A Credit Card No Matter How Bad Your Credit Rating

Monday, July 14th, 2014 | Finance

Your credit is bad. Perhaps you have a string of unpaid bills haunting your past. Maybe you declared bankruptcy within the past 10 years, or defaulted on a student loan. All of the above can block your access to obtaining a major credit card, such as VISA or Mastercard. But bad credit is not the only reason you can be denied a major credit card. Some people simply have never used credit. People who like to pay cash only, have never financed a car, taken out a college loan, or a mortgage may ...
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