Friday, July 8, 2011

Rodeo Living

Post contributed by Hilton Miranda

My whole life has been about rodeo and since I live in Texas that’s not all that unusual. There’s not a lot to do here other than hang out with your friends or get into a sport like football or rodeo so it’s really been my life’s work to get this good at roping and riding. Anyway, I decided when I hit thirty that I wanted to buy a small farm outside of town that I could keep my animals and practice equipment out and that’s exactly what I did with some help from my dad. You can find me there just about every weekend and I love being able to get out of town and practice my craft! I called texasELECTRICITYPROVIDERS.COM/ the other day to get the electric bills down and I still need to get Jared out to fix that fence but it’s a pretty great, casual spot to spend a weekend if you ask me. Life is good here in Texas and being part of the rodeo makes it better.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Scrubbing Away Your Medical Apparel Cares

For the medical man or woman in your life, Blue Sky Scrubs produce handmade scrubs and scrub apparel using high quality fabric, in a variety of colors, such as ceil blue, royal blue, and navy blue.

Perform your next heart operation or blood sugar test in a stylish, even flattering, Blue Sky Scrubs outfit.

The nursing uniforms for women have two pockets on the scrub pants, with designer stitching. The Original scrub tops are tapered at the waist for a slimmer look and come equipped with one pocket, which also has the designer stitching. The simple scrub sets feature solid-colored pockets, and they tie at the waist with a classic white tie, rather than the color-coordinated one, which is a feature only available in the Original scrub line for women.

As for the man who would like to save lives while dressed in chic, professional, comfortable medical scrubs, Blue Sky's scrubs use classic design elements and are available in multiple colors. All men's medical scrub apparel is equipped with one pocket on the scrub pants, one pocket on the scrub tops, and a solid, crisp white tie at the waist.

And don't forget your scrub hats.

Just because you're about to take out someone's appendix doesn't mean you can't look sharp. Blue Sky Scrubs.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Olmert's Medical Condition

News Update: Hadassah hospital: Nefesh Yehudi (A Jewish Soul) Detected in PM

Surgeons at Hadassah hospital in Ein Kerem announced yesterday that a small Nefesh Yehudi had been detected in PM Olmert yesterday. The Nefesh is microscopic, and is not expected to cause any problems such as interfering with plans to expel 80,000 Jews from their homes in Judea and Samaria. However, to be safe, the doctors decided to remove it.
(this came down the pike from my sister)

Course on Blogging

I'm evaluating a multi-media course on blogging from the folks at Simpleology. For a while, they're letting you snag it for free if you post about it on your blog.

It covers:

  • The best blogging techniques.
  • How to get traffic to your blog.
  • How to turn your blog into money.

I'll let you know what I think once I've had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it's still free.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Hands Across Israel: Give the Knesset to the Palestinians

An initiative that the entire country can agree on: give the Knesset to the Palestinians. Some advanges:
Immediate drop in the number of tax evaders.
Immediate drop in statistics for a variety of criminal offenses, mostly white collar crime, but also ties to the Mafia, sexual assault against female employees.
Increase to the robustness of the economy as it no longer has to sink tens, probably hundreds, of millions of dollars a year annually into salaries, pensions, building upkeep, etc.
Revived national spirit.
Renewed hope, optimism, a feeling of freshness and rebirth cutting across all political lines.
A revived economy as hundreds of millions of dollars given annually to the Palestinian Authority is invested into upgrading the lives of Israeli citizens.
Dramatic decrease in secret military information being passed on to Hizbollah.
Cessation of weaponry being supplied to the Palestinian Authority.
Implementation of laws against aiding and colluding with the enemy.
Eradication of state-sponsored anti-Semitism.
Gradual introduction of Jewsh ideas, Jewish history and Jewish culture into the school system.
A multi-cultural effort of inclusiveness in regard to Ethiopians, religious Jews, and members of the Likud party.
Elimination of inflammatory calls for violence against political opponents.
An end to illegal measures taken against political opponents.
Making use of the army for the defense of Jews, not for tearing down Jewish communities.
Allowing the use of military activities for the purpose of saving Jewish lives from terrorist activities.
The introduction of democratic and republican practices.
Benefit to the environment, due to the decrease of hot air emissions.

All Knesset members and senior members of the government will be given a handsome stipend, consisting of a free home in Sderot and a pension equal to that received by Holocaust survivors

Friday, December 7, 2007

stop for the red light

radio spot: be a safe driver, stop for the train even if you don't see or hear it, slow down in wet weather, be a safe driver on the road map