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The Killer Angels

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The Killer Angels – By: Michael Shaara The Killer Angels confesses the representation and historical facts of the Battle at Gettysburg. The greatest battle of the American Civil War was fought by the Confederate Army and the Union Army. This one battle held monumental inspiration and influence on the American people. This story embraces the whole American culture and its everlasting dream of independence. The skills and values embraced by the soldiers of the Battle at Gettysburg still remain in the American society. The Battle at Gettysburg continues to instill in Americans the reminder that we are where we are now because of what we have gone through. There were many fine men that played a very significant role in the Civil War, but Colonel Joshua L. Chamberlain stood out to in this prominent story. Chamberlain is the chief and prominent voice of the Union Army. Taking into consideration that Chamberlain is a much lower rank he brings a fresh perspective of the war. Chamberlain was different and compelling compared to other men of the war. Chamberlain did not follow the beat of the drum, but lead his men to the beat of his own drum. He started out as an…

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April Fools!

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April Fools’ Day goes down in the books as the world-famous day of pranks and extreme jokes. We all wait anxiously to get texts and calls from people we know about the pranks that were played on them throughout the day, our brains are in the process of being deceived by the subliminal marketing ploys floating around on the internet. Each year on March 31st, people spend time thinking of some great pranks to play on their family, friends, and co-workers. After all, it’s the one day you get to be kinda mean and call it an “April Fools’ Day” prank, right? Its a day of fun filled antics and foolish behavior. Keep your head on a swivel. May your day be filled with humorous stunts. Good Luck and Happy April Fools Day! Come in and stop by Fast Cash Title Loans, LLC. We have April Fools jokes to make you laugh and money to lend. #titleloans #cartitleloans #fastcash #loans  

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Money on my Mind

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Are you constantly telling yourself that you can’t afford something? Then you check your bank account and realize you can survive until your next paycheck as long as you spend “wisely” (you can live off of wine and PB&Js). Every time you make a purchase, you are splurging because you literally cannot afford anything. You’re not good at saving or budgeting your money at all. You have a rich person’s mentality without the rich bank account. You’re always the poor one in your crew and literally count how many drinks you can have before your tab gets too high. Do you go shopping and see something cute, then look at the price tag and its not so cute anymore. Money is constantly on your mind. You always need money. We can fix that, come by Fast Cash Title Loans, LLC. we can help! We will give you a loan same day and get you ahead of the game so you can get some breathing room in your finances.

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Revolving Door

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Sometimes no matter how hard you try in life, you just cannot relieve yourself of the stresses in life and financial burdens. Have you ever been at the grocery store with a line full or people and your card declines as you try to pay for your cart full of groceries? Our pride sinking at our feet as we fight the embarrassment. When your late for class or work as your card is declined to pay for a $2 parking meter. Some of us will make up an excuse, “Oh no my bank must have made a mistake” to save face, while others laugh it off. Sometimes despite doing everything in your power to better yourself and your future, you cannot change the card you are dealt with. The truth is it is still a very real struggle just to keep your head above water nowadays. It feels like this financial burden is holding you down. It all adds up with each late payment which adds an additional fee that you just cannot pay, causing you to sink farther and farther away from the surface, despite swimming with all your mite. It’s not like you don’t want to pay your…

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Fun for Free!

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Life is expensive and sometimes we are tight on cash and spending. It makes us feel restricted and stuck, as if we can’t do anything. Back when we were kids we may have asked our parents for money to do things, but more often than not we found creative ways to have fun without spending a dime. At least I know I did. We didn’t wait for overtime or vacation weeks to have fun. It didn’t really matter what we did. All that mattered is that we were together, and we were fully committed to enjoying ourselves. Get out of your routine and technology filled lives, trust me you might actually see that there is more to life and not all of it costs money. There are many free ways to entertain yourself without spending money. We need to learn to think outside the box and venture out where we can enjoy freebies and the simple things in life! Here are some awesome ways to have fun without spending: Attend a free concert in your area Go on a hike Walk your dog Go on a photography adventure Go to the community library and check out a new book Organize a mini boot camp for…

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Happy Easter!

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Hippity, Hoppity, Happity Easter! Whether it’s about church or chocolate, people all over the country are getting ready for the Easter celebration. Religious Significance: This weekend we come together with family and friends to celebrate Easter, a holiday of the Christian Church celebrating Jesus’ Resurrection from the dead. It is a movable feast because it does not fall on the same day every year. For the Christian Church, Easter is really an entire season. Christians prepare for Easter during Lent which is the 40 day period leading up to Easter Sunday. During Lent, Christians take this time for penance and reflection. The day before Lent is what we call Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday. Mardi Gras is the last day of food and fun before Christians begin Lent and fasting. The week before Easter is called Holy Week and includes Maundy Thursday, which observes Jesus’ last supper with his disciples; Good Friday, which recognizes the day of his crucifixion; and Holy Saturday, which focuses on the transition between the crucifixion and resurrection. The 50-day period following Easter Sunday is called Eastertide and includes a celebration of Jesus’ ascension into heaven. However, Easter was celebrated by the pagans long before it became a Christian…

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NAFTA

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NAFTA stands for North American Free Trade Association. NAFTA is an agreement that created a free trade area among the United States, Canada and Mexico. NAFTA was started 20 years ago and signed January 1, 1994 by George Bush, Mexican President Salinas and Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. NAFTA reduced trading costs, increased business investment and helped North America be more competitive in the global marketplace. NAFTA was signed to eliminate barriers to trade and facilitate the cross-border movement of goods and services, promote conditions of fair competition, increase investment opportunities, provide protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights and lastly create procedures for the resolution of trade disputes. Although NAFTA was created for positive enforcement it did not always positively effect everyone. NAFTA has many disadvantages and negative effects. First and foremost, is that NAFTA made it possible for many U.S. manufacturers to move jobs to lower-cost Mexico. The manufacturers that remained, lowered wages to compete in those industries.The second disadvantage was that many of the Mexican farmers were put out of business by United States subsidized farm products. NAFTA provisions for Mexican labor and environmental protection were not strong enough to prevent those workers from being exploited. Since…

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Kundalini Yoga

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Kundalini Yoga deals with the basic life energy, prana. Prana is the sub-atomic energy, the life force. It is prana that you recieve with every breath. Kundalini Yoga is the path of discovery of the source of the prana in us and teaches us how to use it. Prana is given to us with each inhalation. You become more capable, more confident, and more efficient in whatever you’re doing in your external life. Simultaneously, you become progressively more aware of your self on all levels. It balances the grandular system, strengthens the 72,000 nerves in the body, expands the lung capacity, and purifies the bloodstream. It brings balance to the body, mind, and soul. It teaches positive, self-empowering attitudes of thinking. It is on the job training for success and excellence in life. It builds innner strength and self awareness so you can fulfill your highest potential. Kundalini Yoga perfects the finite life while connecting it to the infinite experience. Yoga means to be united. When you unite with your soul and unite with the One who gave you the soul, thats what yoga is. Prana is the basic life energy, it is the sub-atmoic energy, the life force. It…

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Stonehenge Decoded

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Stonehenge  Stonehenge is a large monument made of stone. It is located on a plain north of the city of Salisbury, England. The monument has continuously evolved over a period of about 10,000 years. The structure that we call “Stonehenge” was built between roughly 5,000 and 4,000 years ago and that forms just one part of a larger and highly complex mosaic sacred landscape to a whole culture of people. What is Doctor Parker-Pearson’s theory about the function of Stonehenge? Dr. Parker-Pearson believes Stonehenge was just half of a vast religious complex part of a grand vision. He believed it was used to house the spirits of the dead. It was linked to another mysterious sacred monument and prehistoric city lost for 4,500 years. It was a puzzle to a revolutionary new theory, it is part of something much bigger, it is just one element of a much bigger design. He believes it was built for the ancestors as a home, a domain for the dead. At dawn people gathered at Stonehenge starting a very important day to thank there ancestors for bringing life to the land and making it fertile again. This is the moment they have been waiting…

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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Top of the mornin’ to ya! We all know St. Patrick’s Day is just one of those holidays that knows how to have fun. We get to wear all green and the lucky four leaf clover is the mascot. You are required to eat Green eggs and ham accompanied by a tall glass of beer, breakfast of champions. It doesn’t get any better than that. This famous holiday dates all the way back to the early 17th century in celebration of Saint Patrick. Here are some fun facts… Did you know? The first St. Patrick’s Day parade took place in the United States on March 17, 1762, when Irish soldiers serving in the English military marched through New York City. More than 100 St. Patrick’s Day parades are held across the United States. New York City and Boston are home to the largest celebrations! At the annual New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade, between 150,000 and 250,000 marchers take part in the parade, which does not allow automobiles or floats. There are 34.7 million U.S. residents with Irish ancestry. This number is more than seven times the population of Ireland itself. Keep Calm and shamrock on!  

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