If paint chips from rocks flying up from the car in front of you, salt flying at your car as you travel along the highway, or any other hazard out there on the road today causes you to lose sleep at night, sleep tight after this.
New from 3M, the people who originally brought you the expensive and hard to install film protection system seen mostly on high end cars, comes an inexpensive, easy to install system we can all use to protect our vehicles finish.
This system installs in only about 30 minutes and requires almost no skill at all to apply. It sprays on! How easy is that? Even better, if the film begins to show signs of wear, simply peel it off and reapply.
It’s pretty much fool proof as long as you follow the incredible simple directions that come with the kit, and that are demonstrated in the video below.
Purchase your kit from Amazon today!
Think about it. Your car cost you how much? This costs $44.99 for paint protection that actually works, from a company that’s not some fly by night operation.
Give it a try. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
It’s the age of the cell phone camera. Ok, Smartphone if you want to sound current. We can capture every moment we experience, no matter where, no matter when. What could be bad about that? Not a thing, right? Wrong.
Cell phones are among us. Everywhere. They’re not leaving, nor should they (well maybe, but that’s really a conversation for another time). They’re only becoming more and more capable as time goes by, letting us make calls, take pictures, send messages, write email, get directions, and a whole bucket full of other crap that somehow we managed to do in some other way, before the Smartphone. But the focus here is on the pictures part.
If you don’t do anything else today, watch this video. It’s worth the few minutes of your day to get some real perspective on life. That’s all I’ll say about it, if nothing else, take something away with you from this video.
If you have time, take a look at the original article on CNN.com here
Narayanan Krishnan was a bright, young, award-winning chef with a five-star hotel group, short-listed for an elite job in Switzerland. But a quick family visit home before heading to Europe changed everything.
“I saw a very old man eating his own human waste for food,” Krishnan said. “It really hurt me so much. I was literally shocked for a second. After that, I started feeding that man and decided this is what I should do the rest of my lifetime.”
Japan is currently facing one of the worst natural disasters in history, and despite being a socially and economically strong country, everyone needs help sometimes. Please do what you can do help Japan either in your own way, or by visiting the links below which show how you can donate to Japan. We’ll be updating the list as time goes on, and if you have any other resources we should list please leave them in the comments. Thank you!
Text QUAKE to 80888 to donate $10 to The Salvation Army
Text MED to 80888 to donate $10 to the International Medical Corps
Text JAPAN to 864233 to donate $10 to UNICEF
Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 to The Red Cross
Long story short here, an undercover investigation of Smithfield Foods factory farm revealed horrendous conditions. Their pigs are mistreated, abused, and ‘grown’ in horrendous conditions using ‘gestation crates’. Please read the full article from Yahoo! here.
I’m not a vegetarian, I do eat meat, but regardless of their purpose animals must be treated fairly and humanely. Whether they are pets,working animals, wild animals, or animals bred for food, their time on this Earth must be spent in humane, sanitary, comfortable conditions. The treatment Smithfield shows its animals is simply unacceptable.
Smithfield claimed in 2007 that they were going to stop the inhumane practice of using gestation crates, but two years later reversed course because they were losing money. Proof that they are just another money hungry, heartless corporation concerned not with what’s right, but with what makes them the most money.
Take a look at the undercover video shot over the period of 30 days. And please boycott all Smithfield products. Paula Deen, it’s time for you to drop your support for Smithfield.