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Arlington Cemetery

Arlington Cemetery

ARLINGTON CEMETERY  Jeopardy Question: On Jeopardy the other night, the final question was  “How many steps does the guard take during his  walk across the tomb of the Unknowns” —-  All three contestants missed it! — This is really an awesome sight to watch if you’ve  never had the chance.  Very fascinating.  Tomb of the Unknown Soldier 1.  How many steps does the guard take during his  walk across the tomb of the Unknowns  and why?  21 steps:  It alludes to…

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My Response to a FB Post

My Response to a FB Post

We should all aspire to be more proactive in our actions, more positive in our demeanors, more optimistic with our attitudes, and more dedicated to achieving success through persistency, hard work and exemplary performance.   The following concepts I believe to be common sense and try to implement them everyday in anything and everything I do…   * Hard work contributes to  excellence through experience; * Experience promotes proficiency through the consistent application of knowledge gained; * Knowledge, habitually put…

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Heart Disease

Heart Disease

  Heart Disease is an umbrella category that encompasses several conditions affecting the heart. Conditions categorized under heart disease include coronary heart disease, heart attack, congestive heart failure, congenital heart disease, arrhythmia, heart defects, and other life threatening conditions.                 Heart disease customarily refers to any and all conditions involving the blood vessels, running to and from the heart, being narrowed or blocked and stressed. These critical incidents almost always lead to chest pains,…

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10 Reasons Why Change is Valuable

10 Reasons Why Change is Valuable

It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor is it the most intelligent that survives… It is those who prove to be the most adaptable to change that will survive, conquer, and dominate unchallenged. Charles Darwin was onto something when he referenced adaptability. Change is the common denominator in all things that utilize progress whether positive or negative, and thus, change inevitably leads to constant innovation and inspiration. The following are simply my top 10 reasons CHANGE is intelligent…

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Dell Latitude E6400 Hackint0sh

Dell Latitude E6400 Hackint0sh

Dell Latitude E6400 Hackint0sh As with the Dell D630, and the Toshiba Satellite, I kinda went a little hax0r crazy. I now have converted a Dell Latitude E6400 into my new Hackint0sh J I am including all of the BIOS modifications in order to help make the install much easier for anyone reading.    Boot with iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 Restart your computer and hold down the F2 key to enter BIOS settings. Change your BIOS settings to comply with Apple…

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Toshiba Satellite A135 S7404 Hackint0sh

Toshiba Satellite A135 S7404 Hackint0sh

Toshiba Satellite A135 S7404 Hackint0sh   As with the Dell D630, I decided to play around with a Toshiba that was laying around. The Toshiba Satellite runs PheonixBIOS V1.60 and required different settings so this time, I am including the BIOS adjustments to help make the install much easier for anyone reading.    Boot with Kalyway_10.5.2_DVD_Intel_Amd Restart your computer and hold down the F2 key to enter BIOS settings. Change your BIOS settings to comply with Apple standards.   QUIET…

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Dell Latitude D630 Hackint0sh 10.5.2

Dell Latitude D630 Hackint0sh 10.5.2

Dell Latitude D630 Hackint0sh 10.5.2   For all the techs in training out there, when I heard that I can run OS X on a PC I said, “Challenge accepted!” 🙂   The first Hackint0sh I was able to successfully function as a Hackintosh was a Dell Latitude D630 using the Kalyway 10.5.2 DVD.   Dell Latitude D630 Original OS: Windows XP CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo T7100 / 1.8 GHz Chipset: PM965 ICH8-ME Memory: 1.0 GB Video: G 86M…

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Global Economics in History

Global Economics in History

Globalization encompasses the changes regarding international trade and economy; falling trade barriers, unrestricted capital flows fueled by technological innovation, and a new mobile global work force would all combine. The global economy transforms by online financial markets, transnational mergers and currency speculation that dwarfs trade in goods and services. It is crucial that countries guarantee they are fostering a culture that encourages alertness, responsiveness, flexibility, and speeding up the cycle time of processes and decisions. For in order to reap…

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Income and Expenses

Income and Expenses

What is income? Income is the money that you make. There are several sources of income. The most common form of income is the paycheck you receive from your employer, usually either a weekly or biweekly basis. However, there are other forms of income besides a paycheck. Some other common forms of income include: • Child Support • Alimony • Unemployment Benefits • Interest Income • Dividend Income • Rental Income • Social Security Disability Income • Self-Employment Income •…

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Investment Options in Today’s Financial Market

Investment Options in Today’s Financial Market

Each year you should make it a goal to save at least ten (10%) percent of your net income for retirement. One of the best ways to ensure that you save ten (10%) percent of your net income is to open up a retirement account and have ten (10%) percent of each one of your paychecks automatically deposited into it. This idea is what is often referred to as “paying yourself first.” In order to make this happen, you will…

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Obesity & Cognitive Behavioral Training (CBT)

Obesity & Cognitive Behavioral Training (CBT)

  Obesity, a term being utilized more frequently in today’s world, is turning into a global epidemic. Over two-thirds of adults in the United States are overweight or obese, and children are rapidly joining the ranks. Granted, there are studies that show genetics as possible precursor to obesity as well. Generally however, if obesity is not caused by a medical condition, it is a result of nutrition, lifestyle, medications, and/or behavior. Studies have repeatedly shown that any effective treatment for…

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Budget Development

Budget Development

What is a budget? This is a word we all know and use, but how accurately is it being utilized? A budget is a list of all planned income and expenses whether monthly, weekly, etc. Documenting your budget, whether on paper or digitally, truly helps you manage your money and how you spend it. By creating a budget and sticking to it, you are able to manage money in much simpler terms. By simplifying just this aspect of life, you…

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