Steve Carell and Tina Fey

>> Wednesday, April 7, 2010

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If you are looking for a great Date Night Movie to watch this weekend, you need to checkout the movie “Date Night” which stars Steve Carell and Tina Fey. This movie is being release April 9th, 2010 and will give you some comic relief. You can watch the trailer online if you want to get an idea of what this movie is about. This movie is about a typical suburban couple who decides to have a typical Date Night. They end up- thrown into a night of intrigue where they have a scary car chase and a shootout with some underworld boss of a strip club. This movie is along the same lines as many other movies that puts a relationship on trial such as Mr. and Mrs. Smith, “The Incredibles” and “True Lies”. This movie demonstrates the stress that a couple might have to endure in their marriage and how they can overcome their difficulties. So what are you waiting for? If you are wondering what you are going to do this weekend, you should checkout this incredible movie. If you liked “Mr. and Mrs. Smith and other movies like it, I am sure you will love this one as well.
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You Gotta See This Video Contest Winners

>> Tuesday, April 6, 2010

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Incendia Health. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you have been thinking about getting corrective surgery, you should checkout iLASIK Video Contest. These videos might give you the testimonies you need to decide to get it yourself. Even though the contest has ended, it isn’t too late to make the decision to get vision quality which comes with the iLASIK procedure. Abbott Medical Optics Inc. has just announced the winners of the “You Gotta See This” video contest. They are the global leaders in laser vision correction and are the company who sponsored this contest. The Grand Prize winner won $5,000, and other winners won HDTV packages worth $2,500 and a Flip UltraHD camcorder worth $199.99. Contestants had to submit videos of how corrective surgery has improved their lives. You can view the videos of the winners, and even the people who didn’t win. If you need some help making the decision to get corrective surgery for your eyes, you should watch these iLASIK Video Contest videos and see how it has improved other people’s lives. You can also register to receive valuable eye care products. So what are you waiting for?
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Behind the Truth of the Cap and Trade Bill

Obama is pushing for the largest tax increase in American History under the disguise of climate change. The “cap” is a legal limit on the quantity of greenhouse gases that a region can emit each year and the “trade” means that companies may swap among themselves the permission-or permits-to emit greenhouse gases. This type of law will make our economy worse, not better. What Obama thinks is that this will be a better way to heat and cool our homes, transport people and goods, and grow our crops. However, this is just an environmental scheme to redistribute income from consumers to the firms with the most power in Washington. What this bill really would do is to increase energy costs to consumers and manufacturers. Companies probably will start moving over seas because their energy costs will be to high. Don't forget to read Section 217 which has rebates, vouchers and other incentives to get the American people to install water-saving devices in their homes. This micromanagement of Big Government is the same thing that caused the Boston Tea Party. Maybe Obama has heard of it. If this law passes, people won't be able to sell their homes unless it is green. All of you who think Obama is the Messiah like the one lady that said at the death of Michael Jackson, “Michael is like the Obama of music”, should read the book 1984.


The Squeakquel

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If you are looking for a good movie to watch, you should checkout Alvin and the Chipmunks movie called Squeakquel. You can get it on DVD, Blueray and you can download it in Digital now. The good news is that you can get a bonus DC if you purchase the double DVD pack. The bonus CD is The Squeak Along which will give you more excitement from the Chipmunks. My family has always loved the Chipmunks and are really looking forward to getting the Squeakquel. We also love to play with the More Munk Mayhem. This allows you to dress up a Chipmunk in three easy steps. It allows you to enjoy the Chipmunks right in your own home. My child has always loved the Chipmunks and is also looking forward to watching this movie. I loved these type of movies when I was a kid too, and I am excited that there are still movies like this today. If you have children, you are going to love this family friendly movie. Even if you don't have children, you still will love this movie. So what are you waiting for? You should buy it now if you want to enjoy a great movie.
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Will Homeschooled kids rebel after moving out of their parent's home (Part 3)?

>> Thursday, April 1, 2010

This argument doesn't make much sense at all. Any kid can rebel and it doesn't matter if they were homeschooled or not. I actually think that if a person is older, they will have a better chance of withstanding peer pressure, and if the child isn't in high school anymore, there will be less peer pressure to withstand. Statistically, homeschooled kids outperform their counterparts.

“In 1997, a study of 5,402 homeschool students from 1,657 families was released. It was entitled, "Strengths of Their Own: Home Schoolers Across America." The study demonstrated that homeschoolers, on the average, out-performed their counterparts in the public schools by 30 to 37 percentile points in all subjects. A significant finding when analyzing the data for 8th graders was the evidence that homeschoolers who are homeschooled two or more years score substantially higher than students who have been homeschooled one year or less. The new homeschoolers were scoring on the average in the 59th percentile compared to students homeschooled the last two or more years who scored between 86th and 92nd percentile.”

(Part 4 coming soon)


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