Traveling Deals with Hotwire

Summer season is coming our way.  You know what that means?  Time to take that summer vacation.  This is the time of year when many Americans start getting excited about taking some time off and getting away.   

{mosimage}summer_travel_deals_resource_hotwire.jpgMaybe you have already decided where you would like to go for vacation this year or maybe you haven't decided yet.  But chances are you haven't got everything booked just yet.  As I have said in other Rick's Reviews, times have changed in my twenty-something years.  It is even true when it comes to travel.  I remember it wasn't long ago that if you wanted to fly any where, there was a certain person you would call - your travel agent.  That is not the case today.  Most Americans don't look to travel agents like they used to do.  What changed all that?  The Internet is really what changed that industry as it has changed so many others.  There are still travel agents out there but their businesses and the services they offer have changed. 

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The Microsoft Surface - Milan Project


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Sometimes I start to think that technology can not keep improving so fast like it has in the past.  When you look at the things we have and can do today that we couldn't do a few years ago, it is mind boggling.  We talked about the advancement in golf clubs recently.  Or the way cell phones have changed.  Technology just seems to continually change faster and faster. 


You want to talk about change.  Microsoft has been working on a new project.  It is called the Milan project.  It was kept on the DL for sometime but it is out in the open now.  It could just change the way we know and think about personal computing.  We have gotten used to the two attachments to all desktop computers, the key board and the mouse.  I remember the first wireless mouse and key board I saw.  Remember that.  I think it was only a few years ago that I first typed out an email from a wireless mouse.  Well, the project Milan has taken this to a whole new level.  The product is called the Microsoft Surface.  Say good bye to the mouse and key board.  There is no need for those things from the past. 

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The Greatest Baseball Player And Yogi Berra Humor

boy_baseball_humor_story_1.jpgTime for some baseball humor from the ruler of humor -   the Blog King.  Baseball players - of all ages - provide regular opportunities for us to chuckle and chortle. One of my personal sources for baseball related humor has been Yogi Berra. Yogi is credited with creating the saying, "It ain't over till it's over." Yogi is also known for his verbal misses. One of my personal quote favorites is ..."This is like déjà vu all over again.  And that's the perfect "warm up" for the somewhat true tale of the greatest baseball plalyer of all time.

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Personal Trainers Are A Pain In The Abs – Exercise Humor.

  Funny statement humor at the gym

Buff body builders at my local gym, tend to wear muscle shirts decorated with inspirational sayings like this - No Pain. No Gain.  (Yeah, right.) I have a t-shirt that proudly declares on the front "No Pain.  The back includes the rest of the personal exercise philosophy of the Blog King.  The back of my t-shirt proudly declares -- ...No pain!  As part of my New Year's resolution, I signed up and prepaid for 6 weeks exercise program with a personal trainer.  I should have asked for my money back when I learned he'd been an Olympic finalist. 

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Tuberculosis In The News - TB

If you have watched any bit of news lately you more than likely have heard the subject of Tuberculosis come up.  Tuberculosis is often referred to as TB.  Many Americans have fear of this disease especially lately since there have been some known cases in the news so much. Should Americans be worried about TB?


Did you know that Tuberculosis is the most common infectious disease in the world today? 


What is it?  Where does it come from?  These are great questions to ask...


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