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Doug Battista | Favorite Destinations in Northern Brazil

According to Doug Battista, a trip to the Ceará Coast showed him a side of Brazil he hadn’t previously known about. In fact, the experience was so enjoyable, Doug Battista now recommends the Atlantic Coast Region for its eco-friendly tourism. Unlike many tourist destinations, the Ceará Coast has miles of beach untouched by man, many of which are deserted. Doug Battista found it was a great way to experience the natural beauty of the coast without high-rise hotels and crowds of sunbathing tourists.

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Travelling to Mayan Ruins

Kyle Thomas Glasser has found goodness in servicing the community and participating in communal activities. In 2010, Kyle travelled to Central America where he learnt many things and now plans to see the Mayan Ruins. There are various reasons that motivate him to want to visit this place in his quest to serve the society at large. Kyle feels that the Mayan cultural is a place with a lot to teach and a way to understand the human needs. He knows that Mayans are the ones who invented the idea of zero and this is the basis of today’s math. Being a math volunteer tutor, Kyle knows that math cannot do without zero and it has contributed a lot in astronomy. This is a great impact on the education factor and Mayan culture is part of this improvement.

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Payroll Tax Problems? Tax Tiger can Help

Taxes are big business, says the team at Tax Tiger. Payroll taxes are especially important since they fund numerous government programs, including Social Security and FICA. When a business is unable to pay payroll taxes it can be a lose /lose situation. However, it doesn’t have to be that way, insists Tax Tiger, as there […]

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Plastic Shopping Bags Can Be Dangerous to Humans, Animals and the Environment

They break, rip and tear. They fill up kitchen drawers in millions of households across America. They are dangerous for babies and small children and they can kill turtles, birds and cows. What are these dangerous items? Plastic bags. And in a controversial move, some California cities and towns have banned these mainstays of grocery stores and pharmacies. Here, Aicube answers your questions about the dangers of plastic bags – and offers some solutions as well.

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Garrett Hoelscher on the Compelling Formulations of Jazz Polyrhythms

Sometimes Rules Are Meant to Be Broken, Says Garrett Hoelscher

When Garrett Hoelscher was in high school, he played percussion in the school band. This early exposure to music opened his mind and taught him how to listen to more than just a melody as a whole. Garrett Hoelscher learned that music has rhythms that were unique to each piece and, in some genres, sways according to the mood of the artists. In today’s conversation, Aicube speaks with Garrett Hoelscher about music.

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Markus Lattner – Rally Racing

Recalls Markus Lattner, Rally racing was an interest that he was exposed to from his earliest memories. Lattner’s father was actively involved in the Austrian Rally scene thru his business and supported many upstart drivers, some of whom made it many times to national champions. Markus Lattner helped with the technical aspect of the sport, supporting the building and maintenance and service of the cars. In fact, Markus Lattner’s brother still runs a business building and supporting Rally cars and drivers/teams.

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Pierre Bennett Global Vacations: Planning a Family Vacation in Orlando

The Pierre Bennett Global Vacations travel experts report that one of the most popular family vacation destinations is Orlando, Florida. Because Orlando has so many things to do, it can also be hard for visitors to narrow down the attractions. With Pierre Bennett Global Vacations travel club prices, though, it’s easier to make the most […]

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Douglas Battista Recalls a Favorite Childhood Memory

Douglas Battista grew up as a fan of his hometown team, the Pittsburgh Pirates. Since his teen years, Battista has attended opening day every year with his father. The Pirates were formerly known as the Pittsburgh Alleghenys. The team acquired their current moniker after being accused of piratical actions when they picked up Lou Bierbauer from the Philadelphia Athletics in what many considered a rather shady transaction. Douglas Battista says despite this and the fact that the Pirates haven’t had a winning season since 1992, he remains a loyal fan. Growing up, one of his fondest memories was attending the games in the inexpensive seats at Three Rivers Stadium.

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Steven Delarge Talks About His “Not Do” List

Steven Delarge readily acknowledges that the world is full of time management advice. Most of this advice, he notes, centers on making lists. Some suggest making to-do lists first thing each morning, to set up the day properly. Others recommend making those lists the night before to allow you to rest easily, knowing you can take care of everything the next day.

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Real Estate Developer James Stuckey on How to Survive a Down Market

James Stuckey says that real estate developers must diversify and utilize effective marketing to remain successful during a recession. James Stuckey says that any real estate developer gets a little nervous at the onset of a recession. In a down economy, individuals, businesses, and cities dramatically cut building. According to James Stuckey, for a developer […]

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