Tuesday, February 12, 2008


Gas heaters are an efficient and economical way to heat any space, including garages, home offices, or even just small areas of a room. There are many sizes and types of propane and natural gas heaters to choose from, so you should be able to find the right gas heater to fit your heating need.
I use one specifically for my feet, as they tend to get cold when I sit in my drafty living room to write. It's very comfy with my little heatie. (yes, I nicknamed it because I love it so much!)
Ever since the first gas heater was mass produced in 1856, people have been utilizing this convenient and affordable method of home and space heating. In the more than 150 years since, there have been great strides in the development of propane and natural gas heating technologies, including various sizes, capacities, and safety features.
So, you should be able to find one to fit your needs. Get a heatie!

Sounding Board

I recieved this in the mail. ( I think)
Business Owners and managers are always looking for ays to confront daioy problems in business but they can't ask their employees or customers. Where do they go? They go to the Sounding Board, a volunteer Service consisting of over 50 business owners and professionals offered by Purdue University in Calumet to solve issues and problems faced by business owners.
These problems are discussed confidentially.
Call 219-989-2100 or 1-877-974-2100 for details.

Vote Obama!

A woman in Virginia asks Senator Obama why he should get her vote. Here's Obama's reply...

Monday, February 11, 2008

Saturday, February 09, 2008

"...We are who we've been waiting for..."


A Clean Sweep for the Senator from Illinois
The Presidential Candidate from Illinois wins Nebraska, Louisiana, Washington State
"It's time to turn the page"

After winning the Nebraska, Washington State, Louisiana, and Virgin Islands Democratic primaries and caucuses, Senator Barack Obama addresses a roaring crowd at the Virginia Jefferson-Jackson Dinner. (more)
Added: February 09, 2008
After winning the Nebraska, Washington State, Louisiana, and Virgin Islands Democratic primaries and caucuses, Senator Barack Obama addresses a roaring crowd at the Virginia Jefferson-Jackson Dinner.

Friday, February 08, 2008

Michael Baisden Live

Michael Baisden is an afternoon radio talk show host who also has a talk show on TV One (found on cable and satelite) He too, endorses Barack Obama.

Thursday, February 07, 2008


Planning a trip to Iceland? Here’s some tips for hotels and flights, particulaily if you are connecting from Copenhagen in Denmark, or travelling on to maybe Greenland via Iceland.

The best place to buy discount last minute hotels in Copenhagen or Iceland is here. Check out these examples: Cheaperthanhotels – Cheap Iceland Hotels, Cheap Reykjavik Hotels, Cheap Copenhagen Hotels, Cheap Denmark Hotels.
Iceland is easily reached via air and the international airport is Keflavík, in the southwest of the country about 40 km from Reykjavík with regular services by Iceland Express and Icelandair departing from Denmark and Copenhagen or London Stansted or Heathrow. The airport itself is quite boring; so if you need to stop a long time for a connection you should make sure to bring some entertainment.

There is an airport transfer bus service (called the FlyBus) between and Reykjavík and the airport bus terminal via various hotels (1100 Kr [1200Kr from 01 Jan 07], 45 minutes). A return is 300 Kr cheaper than 2 singles.

Another great option is to take the bus which stops at the Blue Lagoon either to or from the airport, then continues every half hour or so to Reykjavík. Taxi’s are expensive, costing an amazing 9500 krona (approximately US$150) and that’s official metered costs !! Nonstop flights on Icelandair are available at the best value from the U.S. and Canada, with gateways in New York City, Boston, Halifax, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Orlando Sanford, and Baltimore/Washington.

Destinations beyond Iceland include most major European cities (i.e. Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Helsinki, London, Oslo, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Paris, and Stockholm, with newly-added cities Bergen and Gothenburg), with Icelandair's hub-and-spoke network connecting via Keflavík in Iceland. (Please note that some destinations are seasonal.)

You can also stopover in Iceland for up to seven nights at no additional airfare on your way to or from Europe. That's two destinations for the price of one! Another option is the low cost airline Iceland Express which flies from Copenhagen and London (Stansted) to Keflavik (with additional service during the summer month to Frankfurt-Hahn, Berlin Schönefeld, Friedrichshafen, Alicante, Gothenburg and Stockholm Arlanda). New connections have been added in 2007 from Copenhagen directly to Akureyri and Egilsstadir.

Cheaperthanhotels has established working arrangements with leading hotel chains and thousands of hotels across the globe through this association, to meet the accommodation needs of travellers at the most competitive rates and the highest ethical standards.

Tuesday, February 05, 2008