Champion Lawnmowers

14 Apr 19
Hearing Logic

Hearing damage is permanent but completely avoidable—if you have the right hearing protection, that is. Whether you’re going to a rock concert, working at a construction site, or dealing with your spouse’s snoring, we’ve picked the perfect earplugs for you. You should wear hearing protection for any sound exposure over 80 decibels, especially when the […]

07 Apr 19
NZ Poetry Shelf

  The Capital of My Mother   My mother is born in the capital of Malaysia her own umbilical cord tied to a deflating sun   In her country, the heat is wet the air is heady the sweat on my back is hereditary   I know no kin except blood tied to bone my […]

07 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

SOUTH MILLS, N.C. The sun is about an hour away to penetrate the darkness of the morning, and this quiet little part of northern Camden County is just coming to life. On the other side of Mullen Street, the shipyard workers park their pickups and board the van for hours on end. Eddie Cartwright turns […]

01 Apr 19
Plague Gardening

List Theory I find the Grey Knights a challenge to play against.  Pretty much every unit has the ability to do a version of Smite that while the range is only 12″ the warp charge never increases over 5 and it does 3 mortal wounds to Daemons.  As I often have a fair few Daemons […]

01 Apr 19
Down to Earth Community Gardens

5 environmental benefits of moss gardening by Timber Press on September 9, 2015 in Gardening, Popular The Magical World of Moss Gardening author Annie Martin makes the case for going green with mosses. We are bombarded with television commercials on how to go green in our gardens—but most of the time, environmentally unfriendly methods are […]

25 Mar 19
The Grit and Grace Project

Parenting the next generation has become a competitive sport. Teams assemble with their parental philosophies—doing what they think they need to do to ensure their offspring get a win, whatever that win may be. Our current culture encourages parents to be the one responsible for making sure that their little one has all he or […]

23 Mar 19

2018 was a banner year for professional wrestling for so many different reasons. The WWE went full-steam ahead into promoting an all-women’s pay-per-view against the backdrop of a pair of derided mega-shows in Saudi Arabia, while their rivals to the East pressed ahead with their western expansion, which promises to reach a new level in […]

21 Mar 19

By Matthew E. Milliken March 21, 2019 The other day, I wondered who was the most successful author of all time. So I did what people do in 2019: I consulted Wikipedia. As of mid-March 2019, a regularly updated Wikipedia list of books sold ranked Stephen King as the 22nd most successful fiction author. […]

17 Mar 19

2019-03-17 05:15:00 [ad_1] Memorial High School student Daikon Iverson looked into getting his four-wheeler powder coated, but it occurred to him that he might be able to do it himself. He began researching the process — which involves spraying a special powder onto parts and heating them up in an oven to create a coating […]