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Investing In Stuff The Fun Way

investing, fun, art, music, films, collectibles

Investing is usually so boring. It is a matter of putting your money into a savings account, or paying off debt, or buying and managing a house, or looking at stocks and shares on a computer screen. It is dull. Sure, it can give you a nice warm and fuzzy feeling when you make a dollar here and there, but it is still dull.

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The Things Every Adventurer Needs

outdoors, guys, adventuer, water, matches, knife, compass, map, tent, camera, footwear

If you’re one of those people that enjoys battling with the wilderness, away from the commodities of the modern world, there are a few things you’ll need.

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How I Made My Old Car Feel Brand New

car restoration, cars, old cars, How To

Like a lot of guys out there, I love bringing an old car back to life. There’s something special about an older model. They’ve got character, personality, and history! Sure, they’re not exactly a Ferrari under the bonnet, but they’re just as fun. That’s why I love taking a slightly older car, and making it feel brand new. That way, you get the best of both worlds. I recently spent a few months working on a 1999 Subaru Impreza (they just don’t make ‘em like that any more). It’s a fantastic car, but it was starting to show its age. Here’s how I made it feel new and modern again.

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Riding The 7 Train: Part I

7 train, MTA, New York City Subway, NYC, subway, Train

I have been commuting into work and riding the MTA 7 train for many years, in those years I have seen and heard many things. Too many to remember and for years I said I was going to write about it. Well today is the first of what could be a series of some of the fun things I see and hear on my way to work riding the 7 train.

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Do You Remember The Ride Down Memory Lane?

 7 train, Corporate communication, Mets, MTA, New York, New York City, New York Mets, NY Mets, NYC Transit, Shea, Shea Stadium, Stadium

Hey New Yorkers, the Nostalgia Train got you to the Mets game as New York City prepared to ‘Shea’ goodbye to Shea Stadium. On Sunday, September 28, 2008 New York City Transit rolled out its vintage Nostalgia Train along the 7 line in commemoration of the final regular season home game at Shea.

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