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One Bad Reporter Comic of The Day – Frid

One Bad Reporter Comic of The Day – Friday, April 26, 2013 http://bit.ly/Zg7AUv GoComics.com – Bad Reporter by Don Asmussen

US covers up horrors of Afghan war: Rich

US covers up horrors of Afghan war: Richard Becker http://bit.ly/YfYRXo An analyst says the US government and media cover up extent and horror of Afghan and Pakistan civilian deaths by drones and airstrikes to fool the American p… Video Rating: 0 / 5

9 11 INSIDE WTC WARNING GRAPHIC NEW FOOTAGE

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NEW FOOTAGE NEVER FORGET OUR HEROS OK http://www.gofundme.com/hutchison-effect-energy.

Steps To Perform Routine Garage Maintena

Steps To Perform Routine Garage Maintenance http://bit.ly/Zu8y35 Garage maintenance keeps everything smoothly functioning and prevents any unnecessary wear and tear. By failing to lubricate a door, it will experience more strain and break down quickly. Leaving dirt on the ground causes it to be carried inside and harm the indoor carpeting. If salt lies on floors for extended time periods, the concrete may flake. Enduring oil splotches result in asphalt deterioration. Garage doors must be annually lubricated and inspected frequently. The hinges, rollers, tracks of the door must be thoroughly cleaned. Do not start with oil, because this leads to the collection of dirt. Instead find a rag and soak it in paint thinner. Then, using this, clean rollers, tracks, and hinges. After this is done the penetrating oil should be applied. Excess oils can be removed using a towel or a rag. Always maintain a fully lubricated door, and oil it each year. By not doing this, extra strain is put upon the system and it can fail prematurely. Make sure all screws and bolts are sufficiently tight and secure. All mechanical devices, including hinges, pulleys, chains, and rollers, must be inspected for signs of wear. The windows should be checked for any loose putty and well as the doors bottom to make sure the weather stripping is intact. If there is wear and this is not operating optimally, it will not form a seal as the door closes. In attached garages, window that leak or bottoms with worn weather stripping lose heat. This in turn leads to an increase in the

Steps To Perform Routine Garage Maintenance

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Garage maintenance keeps everything smoothly functioning and prevents any unnecessary wear and tear. By failing to lubricate a door, it will experience more strain and break down quickly. Leaving dirt on the ground causes it to be carried inside and harm the indoor carpeting. If salt lies on floors for extended time periods, the concrete may flake. Enduring oil splotches result in asphalt deterioration. Garage doors must be annually lubricated and inspected frequently. The hinges, rollers, tracks of the door must be thoroughly cleaned. Do not start with oil, because this leads to the collection of dirt. Instead find a rag and soak it in paint thinner. Then, using this, clean rollers, tracks, and hinges. After this is done the penetrating oil should be applied. Excess oils can be removed using a towel or a rag. Always maintain a fully lubricated door, and oil it each year. By not doing this, extra strain is put upon the system and it can fail prematurely. Make sure all screws and bolts are sufficiently tight and secure. All mechanical devices, including hinges, pulleys, chains, and rollers, must be inspected for signs of wear. The windows should be checked for any loose putty and well as the doors bottom to make sure the weather stripping is intact. If there is wear and this is not operating optimally, it will not form a seal as the door closes. In attached garages, window that leak or bottoms with worn weather stripping lose heat. This in turn leads to an increase in the

Earth to Washington: Repeal the Sequester

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Economic forecasters exist to make astrologers look good. Most had forecast growth of at least 3 percent (on an annualized basis) in the first quarter. But we learned this morning (in the Commerce Department’s report) it grew only 2.5 percent. That’s better than the 2 percent growth last year and the slowdown at the end of the year. But it’s still cause for serious concern. First, consumers won’t keep up the spending. Their savings rate fell sharply — from 4.7% in the last quarter of 2012 to 2.6% from January through March. Add in March’s dismal employment report, the lowest percentage of working-age adults in jobs since 1979, and January’s hike in payroll taxes, and consumer spending will almost certainly drop. Median household incomes continues to decline, adjusted for inflation. Another report out today showed consumer confidence fell in April. Second, the recovery continues to be wildly lopsided. The only thing really keeping it going is the rip-roaring stock market. But the stock market only boosts the wealth of the richest 10 percent of Americans, who own 90 percent of stocks (including 401-K retirement accounts). But no economy can maintain momentum just on the spending of the richest 10 percent. Third, American exports can’t possibly pick up the slack. In fact, they’re dropping. Europe is falling into recession because of austerity economics. Japan is still a basket case. China’s economy is slowing. Much of the developing world’s economy is dependent on exports to the developed world — so don’t hold your breath for developing countries to bail us out. So what is Washington doing? Worse than nothing. It has now adopted the same kind of austerity economics that’s doomed Europe — cutting federal spending and reducing total demand. And the sequester doesn’t end until September 30. It takes an even bigger bite out of the federal budget next fiscal year. Earth to Washington: The economy is slowing. The recovery is stalling. At the very least, repeal the sequester. You don’t have to be an astrologer to see the dangers ahead. ROBERT B. REICH, Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, was Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration. Time Magazine named him one of the ten most effective cabinet secretaries of the last century. He has written thirteen books, including the best sellers “Aftershock” and “The Work of Nations.” His latest is an e-book, “Beyond Outrage,” now available in paperback. He is also a founding editor of the American Prospect magazine and chairman of Common Cause. Follow Robert Reich on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RBReich Robert Reich

What gives us the right to keep and bear

What gives us the right to keep and bear arms? http://bit.ly/11u2PYW The Second Amendment doesn’t, so what does? Video Rating: 2 / 5