American. A word when you hear it undoubtedly stirs great emotion, most of it very mixed, and depending on where on the planet you're from, much of it very negative. American denotes mere commonality by geographical location; a term used to essentially define everything and everyone which belong to the infantile country, the United States … Continue reading Americanism & The Great Divide
Well, I must say that this is a Game Changer. Not the fact that its a good vegan burger, but the fact that it's carried by such a big National Fast Food Chain. When ordered without Cheese or Mayo, it's completely vegan. Their Special Sauce is a Vegan mix of Ketchup & Relish. You can … Continue reading Beyond Burger @ Carl’s Jr.
Not surprisingly, more and more testing of neighborhood drinking water pops up in the news with findings of lead, copper, mercury and all kinds of other metals and pollutants. Here's what I've learned, living in developing countries, where the tap water is absolutely unsafe. I'll offer these tips, which we use today, in America. Its … Continue reading Fighting for Clean Water: The Daily Battle for Your Health
This is a write up on how I made a Mobile Movie Theater in the Back of my Xterra Things you Need: 1 length of 1/2" PVC Pipe 1/2" PVC T-Connectors (x4) 1/2" PVC L-Connectors (x4) One piece of 1/2" Thick high-quality wood, about 5.5" x 8.5" 1/4" half-circle metal pipe brackets (x4) 1/2" long … Continue reading How to Make a Movie Theater with Movie Screen & Overhead Projector in your SUV
Google Seems to be taking over Flights Fares change on the 1st of the month, and it also changes at the middle of the month during peak season July 1st tickets go up, until September 1st, , so July and August are the most expensive months to travel During Thanksgiving and Christmas fares go up … Continue reading How to Get the Best Deals on Airline Tickets