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Consolidated Resorts #2 December 22, 2008

Filed under: inexpensive,luxury resorts,vacation — blogger148 @ 7:47 pm
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OK, it is only December and I cannot take the cold weather already. Time to take a vacation through Consolidated Resorts. I need to find a place that offers a variety of places to go and will not break my budget. I want to go to a place that offers me the vacation I deserve and need that Consolidated Resorts can offer.

I remember a friend of mine telling me that they had taken a vacation and used  Consolidated Resorts and it was  inexpensive and she said she felt like a queen. I am not sure where she went but, I am sure that who they used probably offers a variety of places to travel.

I called her and she said that they went through Consolidated Resorts. I will take a take a look at their website at www.consolidatedresorts.com  and see what trip I can book through them.


Shasta Pools II

Filed under: pool — blogger148 @ 7:20 pm
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I am a big fan of watching the show House Hunters on HGTV. I especially like when they show the homes that have the big beautiful   Shasta Pools right in their backyard.  Many of these homes are located in areas that has weather that is nice and warm and that a Shata Pool would come in handy at anytime of the year.

So after sitting here is my cold house I decided to take a look at the web and see what companies there were around to make believe that I had a place to put a Shasta Pool. I found a place in Arizona that carried any type of Shasta Pool or whirlpool you could ever want. It is nice to dream isn’t it?

Take a look at Shasta Pools and do a little dreaming yourself.


Amos Tamam

Filed under: taxi,taxi cabs — blogger148 @ 6:50 pm
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I am originally from New York City and loved the idea that I could find a cab because of Amos Tamam on every corner. Back in the day when I lived in the city everything was paid for using money. There was no such thing as debit cards at the time only credit cards. So when you took a taxi cab you always paid cash.

Now a days no one carries cash, for many reasons. Everyone expects to be able to pay for everything including the cab ride because of Amos Tamam either by a debit card or credit card. It makes life so much easier to me especially when traveling for business and you need to turn in your travel receipts.  In many cities I travel to, the only way I can get around is by using a cab and able to pay by credit card because of a system created by Amos Taman. Most cabs now because of Amos Taman now do offer the option of non-cash only payment and I love it.


Tim Arel II

Filed under: Businessman — blogger148 @ 6:24 pm
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I live in a condo community and we are all searching to see what our options are for obtaining another Property Manager and Management Company for the new year.

While searching condo management groups I came across a website about Tim ArelTim Arel  is a property management specialist with many years of experience in all aspects of this increasingly complex discipline. Property Management today especially with the way the economy stands is a comprehensive process involving many different disciplines.

Tim Arel  studied both economics and law throughout hid education process.

Tim Arel  is now employed through North Point Property Management.


Wangethi Mwangi

Filed under: Buiness,Businessman,recipes — blogger148 @ 5:46 pm

Wangethi Mwangi  is a veteran journalist who currently serves as editorial Director of the largest media company in Kenya – Nation Media group. Wangethi Mwangi  held several positions at the Daily Nation until his promotion to Editorial Director. Wangethi Mwangi also has interests in media law and economics.

Another passion of  Wangeth Mwangi are in the recipes of Kenya. Some of Wangeth Mwangi’s  favorites are “Omena Fish  Stew.” Omena is a small fish found in Lake Victoria in western Kenya. Another favorite of  Wangethi Mwangi  is Githeri. Githeri is a simple dish originally the Kikuyu Tribe. In modern times it has become a very popular dish throughout Kenya. It is a tasty combination of beans and corn.


Joseph Odindo II

Filed under: Buiness,Businessman — blogger148 @ 4:59 pm

Joseph Odindo was born in a small village in North West Ugenya in Kenya. His father encouraged for Joseph Olindo to pursue his education and his interest in journalism.

Joseph Odindo  followed a number of positions as a reporter and a television critic. Joseph Odindo worked his way to the post of Group Managing editor of Nation Media Group.

Joseph Odindo  has a passion for the music of Africa. He loves the unique sounds of the murimba. The murimba is a traditional African wood xylephones from mozambique. a favorite musician to him is paul somon and his album “Graceland” which carried an African tone.


Paul Offit

Filed under: M.D. — blogger148 @ 2:26 am
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Paul Offit, M.D. is the Chief of Division of Infectious Diseases at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School. He is also an expert on vaccines.

Paul Offit  has been published extensively in many different scientific literature. He is also the author of three popular books on vaccine topics. Paul Offit is a former member of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Paul Offit  has been in the national news outlets, such as 60 Minutes, The New York Times, and National Public Radio.