Excitement

24 May 19
The Hannie Corner

If you’ve been reading my posts for a while, then you know that the Arc of a Scythe series by Neal Shusterman is one of my absolute favorite things in the world right now.  I read the first two books back-to-back in January and I haven’t been able to get them out of my head […]

24 May 19
Pinot CAMINO Girls

Hello friends and family! Thank you for following our Camino pilgrimage. Having recently graduated from the University of Notre Dame, the four of us have decided to embark on this 500-mile walk that hundreds of thousands of pilgrims have walked before us. With every step, we will be reflecting on how our college experiences have […]

24 May 19
Traveling and Taking Notes.

I remember when my sister Rose took me to see The Creature from the Black Lagoon. It was one of those B-grade horror movies back in the day. For weeks, everyone in the neighborhood excitedly anticipated its arrival from the wide-spread hype. I was about five years old at the time, wide-eyed and bushy-tailed in […]

24 May 19
CryptoCenterNews

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Litecoin soared along with the wider bitcoin and cryptocurrency sector in 2017 before a sharp downturn in 2018. It appears the worse now may be over for many major cryptocurrencies, including litecoin, bitcoin, ethereum and EOS. Getty </div> </div> <p>Litecoin traders and investors seem […]

24 May 19
Health Plan

Three Kingdoms. A dozen factions. One Country. That’s the setup of the latest historical Total War game, and the first one to be set in Ancient China. Beginning at the start of the Han dynasty’s collapse in 190 AD, Total War: Three Kingdoms puts players into a massive map of China and tasks them with […]

24 May 19
Health Plan

The holy grail of historical game design is to combine simulation and strategy into a short package. With top titles often taking several hours to play, even a small trim is appealing. Fort Sumter, however, attempts the impossible, packing as much of the run-up to the American Civil War as it can into a half […]

24 May 19
Gaming Site

Three Kingdoms. A dozen factions. One Country. That’s the setup of the latest historical Total War game, and the first one to be set in Ancient China. Beginning at the start of the Han dynasty’s collapse in 190 AD, Total War: Three Kingdoms puts players into a massive map of China and tasks them with […]

24 May 19
Gaming Site

The holy grail of historical game design is to combine simulation and strategy into a short package. With top titles often taking several hours to play, even a small trim is appealing. Fort Sumter, however, attempts the impossible, packing as much of the run-up to the American Civil War as it can into a half […]

24 May 19
Dogs Hobby

(Picture Credit: Marco_Piunti/Getty Images) What can evoke more emotions and reactions than a good movie or show? No matter what your favorite genre is, you know you might find yourself hiding behind a pillow in fear or falling off your chair with laughter, among other things. But who’s to say we are the only ones […]

24 May 19
Kayak Angler

My Facebook message chain with Brian Vincent at Appomattox River Company could hardly contain my excitement about receiving Bonafide Kayak‘s new RS117. Ric Burnley: Is it there yet? RB: When does it arrive? RB: Is it there? Brian Vincent: It will be here on Thursday. RB: Can I pick it up Thursday afternoon? BV: Yes. Bonafide Kayaks RS117 Specs Length: 11’7″ Width: 33.5″ […]

24 May 19
Water Copy

Four things you need to know to nail that landing page Introduction Are your prospects stuck in the top of your sales funnel? Are they finding your website, reading a blog or a press release, and then moving on? Quality content lures prospects into and through the sales funnel.  At the top of the funnel, […]

24 May 19
The Random Blog

I am The General Blog from Blogger but I moved my blog to WordPress because I felt like this would be a better platform for me. I will be posting on The General Blog ( IDK why exactly, but I will do it) but it will be seldom. To the people who are seeing my […]

24 May 19
Hotard Huddle

What’s up guys! Happy Friday. I was coming up with an idea for a get to know me column for the lifestyle section since I relaunched the blog. Plus I don’t know about you but I love taking surveys. So I decided to do one. Light and Casual All Time Favorite Movie: The Godfather I never […]

24 May 19
Life of Riley

Yes, you heard me right… today I gave my daughter away. Just to give you the full story, my daughter married the man of her dreams today and I couldn’t be any happier. In the name of full disclosure, I am ugly crying and can’t seem to stop because I selfishly miss her desperately and […]