Tuesday, May 30, 2006
Do you know what raster navigational chart is? It's a detailed chart containing navigational information that can help those out on the water playing mariner avoid ending up in Davy Jones' locker. The federal government provides them via the NOAA's website for FREE. Pretty handy! Plus, they keep them updated. Once you have your RNCs, check out Northeast Marine Electronics for an awesome fish finder or a GPS Handheld. They sell all of the stuff to make outdoor adventures fun and safe. Plus, they know their stuff!
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Sunday, May 21, 2006
Some News for Tina Fey Scar Detectives...
Now, I am gonna shift gears and talk about car insurance prices, because even a Tina Fey Scar Detective has to drive around and then pay insurance bills. Let me tell you one thing right off the top: The best way to get good car insurance prices is to shop around. Back in the old days that meant calling a series of agents. Today, all it takes is a visit to some place like Carinsurance.com and you can get it done is a heartbeat and find an awesome rate that will free up more income for tracking down Tina's scar source...or whatever else you'd like to spend you money on...
Oh, and get this. If you live in California, it is high time to start watching your car and how you handle it, because it is the car theft capital of the world. Geico has been spreading the news about this based on some NICB numbers and they recommend a lot of different ways to decrease the chance of theft. Things like parking in busy, well-lit spots, not keeping valuables in plain view, using something like "the club" to dissuade thieves and being sure to completely close every window any time you leave the car. Nice, solid advice!
Tip for Tina Fey Fans...
The reason you want to get in on this deal, based on what I have read, is because silver holds its value just about better than anything. That's why so many of the rich big shots are in the silver market. Their expert advisors tell them to keep a good percentage of their portfolio in precious metals.
Oh, and on top of that, it's an even better investment in times of economic or political instability. If you didn't figure it out from watching Tina Fey do her Weekend Update last night, just flip to CNN for ten minutes and you will see where I am going with this. Now is probably a great time to get into silver.
I might be a Tina Fey Scar Fan and Detective first, but I am also a pretty helfpul guy. You should at least look into silver. Consider it my awesome free tip for all of you who are on the same search I am....
Thursday, May 18, 2006
Respite from the hard life of a Tina Fey scar detective...an idea...
The have a 3-bedroom job at the Mahana at Kaanapali Resort that has everything from unique local art to a gourmet kitchen. Of course, you also grab the ocean view and private elevator use. Oh, did I mention that I could take Tina Fey and four of her friends and still have plenty of room? Seriously. It sleeps six and has three bathrooms. Over 2500 square feet.
In Old Lahaina, they have this 2-bedroom corner condo so close to the beach you can almost feel it. Thirty feet away and you are right in the water. Awesome. If you, like me, have tired from your search for the Tina Fey Scar Origin Secret, you might want to take a break in Hawaii.