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Vovvar.net Information at your fingertips 2012-08-14T20:00:55Z WordPress http://vovvar.net/feed/atom http://vovvar.net/wp-content/plugins/maxblogpress-favicon/icons/favicon-42.ico http://vovvar.net/wp-content/plugins/maxblogpress-favicon/icons/favicon-42.ico admin <![CDATA[The Best Energy Drinks]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=3760 2012-08-14T20:00:55Z 2012-08-14T20:00:55Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "The Best Energy Drinks", url: "http://vovvar.net/the-best-energy-drinks" });]]> Energy drinks are everywhere. Wherever you turn you either see someone drinking one, an advertisement, or stores selling them. There is a huge market for energy and a lot of people use them. The problem is that there are some many options. I mean there are so many different companies making energy drinks it can be hard to find the best one for you. There are many reasons you could use an energy drink and we are going to cover them and recommend which drinks are the best for each.

Number one reason to use an energy drink is for…. You guessed it, energy. Energy to make it through the day, wake up in the morning, or stay up late. Now not just anything can fulfill this. Some drinks give you jitters from sugar. Some are packed with way too much caffeine, and others don’t work. For this I would recommend Red Bull or Monster. They do tend to have a lot of sugar, but as long as you not to sensitive to it, they will give you that added sense of energy and the power to go on. The flavor of these to drink can be described as unique. They do have a sugary flavor to them. Once you use them serveral times you with be well acquainted with the flavor.

Number two reason would be for added concentration or focus. This could be for sports or study. For this I would recommend Stacker 2 Stinger drinks. They come in a few different flavors and are quite good. I have use them several times and recieved no jitters and added concentration for studying, reading, and writing. The feeling can be described as just being more aware of you surrounding and what you doing.

Number three reason would be a combination of the two. You may have a hard time getting started in the morning, need added concentration, and don’t want to have the sugar crash. For this I will recommend XS energy drink. I comes in 8 different flavors and they are all very healthy. All but two flavors have 0 sugars, 0 carbs, and only 8 calories. It even has tons of B vitamins (4900% B12). I know healthy things don’t normally taste good but these really do. I particulally enjoy the tropical flavor. Being that these drinks have no sugar there is no crash and the energy seems to last longer. It is more of a gradual increase and a gradual decline, than an off the wall experience.

Your can find more infomation on these energy drinks and many others as well at www.energizednow.com

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admin <![CDATA[The World’s 10 Greatest Hiking Trails]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=3759 2012-07-31T16:52:55Z 2012-07-31T16:36:58Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "The World’s 10 Greatest Hiking Trails", url: "http://vovvar.net/the-worlds-10-greatest-hiking-trails" });]]>

If everyone placing personal ads who claimed the hobby of “hiking” really did it with any regularity, the earth would have been trampled flat decades ago.

But those who really do enjoy this peaceful outdoor activity have plenty of incredible choices in every corner of the world.

Here are the ten best hikes on the planet, each with a combination of scenery and special extras that make them well worth going out of your way to enjoy.

Tongariro Northern Circuit, North Island, New Zealand

It is certainly no secret that New Zealand boasts some of the world’s most beautiful and dramatic scenery, which is why it’s not surprising that one of the world’s most spectacular hikes is located on these mountainous islands. While many people who hike in the Tongariro Reserve (a World Heritage site) on the Northern island stick to the one-day Tongariro Alpine crossing, the multi-day (2 nights and 3 days) Tongariro northern circuit provides hikers with a much richer and scenic experience.

Hikers on the Tongariro Northern Circuit hike for about 35 kilometers through non-stop compelling volcanic and desert environs that will make you feel like you are trekking on the surface of another planet—all while giving you high mountain peaks as a backdrop, diversely striking vistas wide variety of different scenery. Hikers who set out on this out-of-this-world hike (quite literally) will circumambulate the active volcano Mt. Ngaurube (Mt. Doom for those Lord of the Rings fans out there) while hiking past boiling mud pools, craters, interesting lava features, the amazing water filled volcanic vents, glacial valleys and water-filled explosion craters called the Emerald Lakes. Things stay nice after dark, as you get to stay in comfortable alpine huts along the way that have decent beds, gas heating and stoves, running water and toilets. Hikers on this trek can also easily do two short side trips to the tops of both Mount Tongariro and Mount Ngauruhoe—allowing hikers to gaze out at the captivating volcanic scenery below.

Zion Narrows, Utah, United States

While hiking through the volcanic landscape of the Tongariro northern circuit may provide enthusiasts with an extraterrestrial experience, hikers are sure to be amazed at the unique and stunning scenery of trekking through the Zion narrows in the American southwest. Recently ranked as #5 on National Geographic’s list of America’s Best 100 Adventures, this trail will have you hiking up streams through dramatic, narrow slot canyons.

Hikers will wind their way through colorful, sculpted sandstone walls that rise up to 3,500 feet (that’s just about 1 km). The trek will also lead hikers through the famous “Wall Street,” a 2-mile section of the journey that crosses through a narrow canyon where the walls close to just 22 feet wide at the top. Hiking through water for about 60% of the hike up the streams that wind their way through these breathtaking slot canyons, you will see hanging gardens bursting from the red canyon walls, trickling water threading through cracks in the canyon walls and sprouting patches of moss, waterfalls sliding over the sandstone, and sandy banks with towering ponderosas. However, while this wondrous journey is sure to enchant hikers, it should be noted that hiking through the Zion Narrows is extremely dangerous, as flash floods can come quickly and the entire area is a huge drainage. Rainstorms up to 50 miles away can storm down the canyon and every year hikers die on this trail. Make sure to check the weather report in advance to make sure there is NO RAIN whatsoever in the forecast. However, with proper precautions, this hike, which is rated as one of the best hikes in the entire U.S. National Park system, is truly unparalleled.

Annapurna Circuit, Nepal

Any serious hiker or trekker dreams of going to Nepal to journey through the world’s most dramatic mountain landscape. While most hikers think of Kathmandu and Everest when they hear the word Nepal, the Annapurna circuit (which circumnavigates the Annapurna massif) not only has staggering snow-capped and rugged peaks providing for a spectacular backdrop, but the hike also offers trekkers great opportunities to see a wide range of natural and cultural diversity.

This 3-week trek allows you to stay in comfortable lodges as you hike from lush sub-tropical landscapes into the highest mountains in the world (beware of altitude sickness as the trek goes to a elevation of 17,749 feet). As you hike the Annapurna Circuit, you will get to interact with the Tibetan mountain peoples, see Buddhist temples, visit teahouses, soak in hot springs and take in some of the most awe-inspiring scenery in the entire world.

Inca Trail, Peru

Most people who know something about travel, know about the famous and world-renowned Inca Trail. While some of the more hard-core types out there may think of this amazing trek as cliché, the truth is that this trail is popular for a reason. Peru offers some of the most beautiful South American mountainous scenery and, while some criticize the trail for being over-regulated and too popular, Machu Picchu is a destination worth seeing and the hike along the way is sure not to disappoint, with plenty of scenic vistas and amazing views.

Along with offering spectacular scenery, the Inca Trail is not only safe and easy to organize, it also allows trekkers to hike through jungle to high alpine terrain, visit 3 sets of Inca ruins along the way, and take in the beauty of the Peruvian mountains over the 3-night, 4-day hike. Plus, at the end of the journey, hikers will arrive at one of the most celebrated man-made destinations on Earth.

Tiger Leaping Gorge, China

This 15-km gorge located along the Yangtzee River between approximately 6,000-meter Jade Dragon Snow Mountain and the 5,300-meter Haba Xueshan mountain, in China where rapids pass under a series of dramatic 2,000-meter cliffs. The gorge got its name from a legend that says a tiger once jumped the narrowest point of the gorge to escape a hunter (which is still 25 meters). As one of the world’s deepest river canyons, Tiger Leaping Gorge is a beautiful and scenic hike for those adventurous trekkers.

The high-road trail is well-maintained and marked and takes hikers on a 14-mile journey with varied mountain views that features a surprising variety of micro-ecosystems, waterfalls and even guesthouses where hikers can stay along the route.

While this gorgeous gorge is a essential and protected part of the World Heritage site of the Three parallel Rivers of Yunnan, the Chinese government has proposed building another hydroelectric dam that would flood this place—meaning hikers interested in seeing this beautiful, lush canyon should probably head there sooner rather than later.

Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

If summiting the tallest point on any continent has always had major appeal, but you are not sure you’re up for a technical, dangerous and rigorous climb, then hiking to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro is a great option. Kilimanjaro is often called the world’s tallest walkable mountain, because while it stands at nearly 20,000 feet, no technical climbing skills or equipment are needed (mind you, this does not mean it is an easy hike—the journey is still physically demanding and people die every year from altitude sickness on this mountain).

There are several routes to the top of the tallest free-standing mountain in the world and the highest point in Africa is not only of the seven summits (the tallest points on each of the seven continents), but it’s also one of the most diverse and varied hikes in the world. Hikers start near the equator and hike through every climatic zone on the 6-day, 5-night trek that leads you from hot grasslands through temperate forests to glacial valleys and a frigid summit.

Kalalau Trail, Kauai, Hawaii

Kauai’s Na Pali coastline, which translates as “the cliffs” and which distinguishes the most impressive feature of this stretch of coastline boasts some of the most dramatically beautiful scenery in the world. Sheer cliffs dropping into the blue Pacific waters below, lush tropical valleys with picture-perfect waterfalls, green, velvet coated mountains and waves crashing dramatically into the rocky cliffs mark this hike into the remote and protected areas of coastline, where you can also spot pods of dolphins, humpback whales and sea turtles off the coast.

The 11-mile trail etches into the cliffs that raise as much as 4,000 feet above the ocean below and crosses 5 major valleys and countless smaller ones. The sometimes-treacherous trail takes most experienced and fit hikers one day and many hikers two, who camp in a permitted spot along the way. The trail was first built in the late 1800s, with portions rebuilt in the 1930s. It is almost never level, and in some spots the trail is quite narrow along cliffs dropping hundreds or thousands of feet to the ocean below.

Torres del Paine Circuit, Chile

Those looking for dramatic alpine landscapes, glacial fields, astonishing, jagged mountainscapes and a chance to get a look at the stunning spires of pink granite that make the famous towers of Paine should hike the Torres del Paine Circuit in Chile’s Patagonia mountains. Named one of the 50 places to visit in your lifetime by National Geographic, as well as being named a UNESCO biosphere reserve, this 100-km circuit offers surreal mountain vistas, glacial lakes, unique wildlife. You might even see a glacier calving. The wondrous track takes you through Magellenic forest, muddy bog, rocky gullies and over makeshift bridges.

Hikers should be weary that while this region is totally gorgeous, it is also notorious for inclement and often quite horrendous weather—meaning that not only will your pack be heavy laden with all of the appropriate gear to keep you warm and dry in the event of a storm, but it is also possible to get stuck in a bad storm or run into closed portions of the trail. But, the bad weather keeps this trek from getting overly crowded and you’ll feel all the more rough’n’tumble and accomplished for having braved harsh conditions (and those towering spires of the Paine will probably look all the more beautiful).

Tour de Mont Blanc, France

Regularly making lists as one of the best hikes in the world, this route circumambulates Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest peak standing at just over 15,000 feet. The 170-km hike offers stunning views of Mount Blanc and other Alp peaks, beautiful green valleys, blue alpine lakes and huge glaciers. The well-marked and maintained trails also lead hikers past wild chamois and ibexes, allow them to climb iron ladders bolted to the mountains and enjoy the alpine charm of the French Alps.

The other great part of this hike? While you may not feel quite as tough staying in the comfortable and warm refuges (hiking huts) along the way, not having to carry food or a tent makes for much lighter loads. Also, while opting to take the cable cars and chair lifts along the way could be considered cheating, it’s a great way to shorten your hike on certain days and be able to take in all the beautiful scenery without having to be too hardcore. Plus, the refuges offer comfort along the route—serving up hearty and delicious French food and wine and allowing hikers the chance to stalk up on food and supplies.

West Coast Trail, British Columbia, Canada

If you are looking for a surreal experience hiking through pristine Canadian wilderness, catching beautiful vistas of both temperate rain forests, rugged coastlines and dramatic mountain peaks, then the West Coast Trail is an absolute must. Hikers will awake to misty dawns, enjoy unbelievable sunsets, cross boulders and logs over rivers, scramble up creeks, hike past waterfalls, be dwarfed by enormous trees in an old growth forest, spot whales, sea lions, minks and maybe even bears or wolves, and check out shipwrecks and other historical sites.

This unique, stunning hike with immensely varied terrain can be difficult to get one of the limited permits available every summer and costing about C$200 per person it is also the most expensive hike in Canada. Also, inclement weather even in the summer months can make for heavy packs for climbing over mossy rocks and all of those ladders. That being said, this hike is well worth both the money and the heavy pack, as no other hike in North America offers such varied scenery from forest to mountains to sea.

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admin <![CDATA[5 Tips for Closing a Sale]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=3758 2012-08-10T15:15:59Z 2012-07-12T04:25:40Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "5 Tips for Closing a Sale", url: "http://vovvar.net/5-tips-for-closing-a-sale" });]]> Is closing your Achilles heel when it comes to sales?

Check out these closing tips to see how you can close strong.

1. Avoid questions that will lead to a yes or no answer. Your questions should be open ended and asked with the intention of getting the customer to do most of the talking while you gather the information you need.

2. Know your client - Relationship and rapport are key elements in a closing. The better you know your client, the easier it will be for him to say “yes” when it comes time to seal the deal. Even more, the process of getting to know your client will help familiarize you with his needs, providing you with an arsenal of reasons why your product is the best product for his circumstances.

3. Respond to questions with questions. When the customer asks if a feature is included, ask if they would like it to be.

4. The word ‘only’ is probably one of the most powerful selling agents when it gets to the close. Good sales people can create a one-of-a-kind use on every product they’ve got.

5. Many sales employees wait for the customer to say, “Yes, I’ll take it.” So a good sales person says, “Do you have any other questions before I start writing this up?”.

Here are some video tips from experts about closing a sale:



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admin <![CDATA[Alternative Alcohol Treatment]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=3757 2011-11-15T20:46:08Z 2011-11-15T20:38:53Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Alternative Alcohol Treatment", url: "http://vovvar.net/alternative-alcohol-treatment" });]]> Alternative alcohol treatment centers that restrict personal freedom concentrate on controlling the external environment instead of addressing the underlying cause of the alcoholism. Overly restrictive environments, work against recovery process.

Any alternative alcohol treatment will work if you want it badly enough. If drinking is destroying your health, your home life, in addition to every aspect of your personal life, you might wish to try any and all alternative alcohol treatment programs you are able to find in the hopes of ultimately kicking the habit. There is life after alcohol abuse, you simply have to wish to quit or else any attempt at treatment will be an exercise in futility.

Finding an alternate choice Alcohol Treatment that is best for you is a difficult task especial during such a difficult time. We created this guide to help you better understand the many new ways that have been successfully used to treat those whose lives are influenced by alcohol. One of these will help you become the person you were meant to be.

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admin <![CDATA[Antique Fire Trucks]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=2948 2010-05-23T01:11:06Z 2010-05-23T01:11:06Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Antique Fire Trucks", url: "http://vovvar.net/antique-fire-trucks" });]]> Antique fire trucks can be a source of inspiration & awe, especially if you truly think about these breath-taking machines. I am amazed that there were so many innovative designs that helped so many individuals way back before the automobile was even introduced. I am also taken back by the plethora of different models of antique fire trucks there are.

There are some practical ways to find antique fire trucks for viewing it doesn’t matter where you live. The thing I love about the Internet is its seemingly endless resources for people who wish to find some-thing new or some-thing as old as antique fire trucks. I learned many things during my on-line search.

Antique fire trucks come in many shapes and forms. Some look like tractors while others look exactly like trucks that you’d find on an old farm. Others look like Model T motor vehicles & some look like nothing you have ever seen before in your life. No matter what sort of car you like, you’re sure to enjoy antique fire trucks.

The Society for the Preservation & Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America (how about that title) is dedicated to the welfare of motor vehicles like the antique fire trucks. This organization works diligently to make sure that many generations following ours will enjoy these breathtaking machines.

This organization boasts over 3 thousand members & it is continually growing. Anyone interested in antique fire trucks would benefit from learning more about this civilization of concerned citizens. There are fifty chapters worldwide so you might not have a great chance of finding one in your area.

The interest in antique fire trucks is global but the organization does focus on the United States in the most part. Finding a local chapter may not be possible but you could always visit the society’s online site dedicated to the welfare and preservation of antique fire trucks and similar motor vehicles.

Your online search for antique fire trucks will bring up so many interesting images and writings that you could spend days sorting through the info. The items featured on line on diverse websites include postcards that feature drawings or photographs of different antique fire trucks along with facts about buildings & homes that these motor vehicles helped to save.

It does not matter how old you’re, the fascination with these versions of vehicles not ever seems to die. Why not spark your interest in antique fire trucks with a visit on-line?

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admin <![CDATA[Find an Address from a Phone Number]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=2947 2010-04-12T17:57:16Z 2010-04-12T17:57:16Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Find an Address from a Phone Number", url: "http://vovvar.net/find-an-address-from-a-phone-number" });]]> Some of u.s. get squirrely when we learn that a new find address from telephone number aptitude is being tooled, honed, and implemented. We’re already quite aware of the Big Brother efforts of governments who, under the guise of security (personal, public, political, governmental, and therefore, national), cross the bounds of privacy. Only the other day in Levine Breaking News, there was an article-or blurb-on the well-known activities of a United States government who, soon after 9-one-one, began collecting the telephone records of American citizens-“ordinary Americans,” that is-to reconstruct the history of “every telephone call made within the country,” reports USA Today, as reiterated by LBN e-vigilant. Other than the odd speculation that the massacre was generated only within the US being silly, the feeling that 1 is being “watched” does not bode well for so many of already paranoid folk who understand if one team has the tech (in this case to get a phone record, a phone number, and, if they wish, to find address from telephone number, and so on.) it’s possible and even likely that there is going to be leaks and cracks in that same technology…turning out to merely empower those they’re looking for-in the wrong places to start with. I mean, how many of the billions of telephone calls made, and how much of the likely millions of bucks spent to tap those records will originate with suicide bombers, Taliban members/followers, or, as speculation has it, government players? Closer to none, I suspect.

The possibility that collecting such data can only facilitate steps that follow to find an address from a telephone number, get court approval, and visit said address to continue more justified surveillance. And, what’s more, the irony isn’t lost on readers who read, two entries later on the same news day, that an FBI initiative, by way of evidence and cases thus far, reveals the “wrongdoing by public officials at all levels of government is deeply rooted….” Again, WHY are those very same officials accessing the call-history of Joe effing Blow?

In the same respect, it is also a complicated double valence for those of who need measures to safeguard ourselves from the scammers (or worst, the terrorists). If, for example, we get ripped off online (yes, it happens to the smartest of united states), the find address from phone number step is an imperative, a godsend. We cannot allow some unidentified or unidentifiable dinks (or so they THINK they’re un-catchable) get away with anonymous abusing of our minds, souls, or pockets. So the reverse directories come in handy for many reasons-right and wrong.

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admin <![CDATA[Animated PowerPoint Background]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=2946 2010-04-12T16:46:48Z 2010-04-12T16:46:48Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Animated PowerPoint Background", url: "http://vovvar.net/animated-powerpoint-background" });]]> An animated PowerPoint background can make the difference between a boring presentation and an interactive learning experience. Using moving graphics can help your audience stay interested in the message of your presentation. However, an animated PowerPoint background isn’t for everyone, so know your audience.

If you are creating a specialist presentation then you might want to ponder who will be watching the display. A fresh, youthful audience may be more receptive than your superiors. Your boss may wonder how many hours you put into making the animated PowerPoint background. He also may wonder if the hours could have been put to better use.

Also, the more serious subject matter authority may find the animated PowerPoint background to be a little insulting. This audience member is not interested in being entertained. He simply wants the realities presented in a clear, concise fashion. Though rare, this individual may roll his eyes at an elaborate display.

However, you may have a boss who likes to encourage humor and positive interactions among the staff. This individual may embrace the concept of an animated PowerPoint background due to the fact that it communicates that the creator is interested in keeping his audience happy. Younger subject matter authority may appreciate the interesting display and the artistic graphics in your presentation.

Using an animated PowerPoint background also communicates that you’re committed to creating a cutting-edge presentation for your coworkers. Many employers find this to be an attractive feature in an employee. You show that you put extra effort in the presentation as with every other aspect of your career. Most bosses are impressed by this.

Many teachers may be interested in incorporating this feature into their presentations for their pupils. Many students would appreciate an animated PowerPoint background during a lecture or lesson plan. The change in routine is often welcomed by most pupils.

However, not all students fair well with this sort of display. Students who have pervasive developmental disorders or attention deficit/hyper-activity disorder may not be able to concentrate when viewing a presentation with an animated PowerPoint background. They might not absorb as much info as they would if it were presented in a clear, concise manner.

While an animated PowerPoint background is quite impressive to watch it might not be the most suitable for the classroom. Many children are easily distracted by the graphics and moving images that an animated PowerPoint background displays. This kind of workmanship is better suited for adults who have adequate attention spans.

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admin <![CDATA[Learn Hebrew Online - Hebrew Online Classes]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=2945 2010-04-10T23:17:55Z 2010-04-10T23:15:34Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Learn Hebrew Online - Hebrew Online Classes", url: "http://vovvar.net/learn-hebrew-online-hebrew-online-classes" });]]> Although learning Hebrew online might be possible, I don’t recommend it. As a native speaker of Hebrew, I can tell you that there’s much more to that language than what you may learn from an online textbook. There are many courses that tell supposedly can help you learn Hebrew online, and I have talked to the graduates of some of these courses. You see, I tutor Hebrew professionally, so I know a lot about these learn Hebrew online classes, and their strengths and failings. Although many of them will give you a good grasp of Hebrew grammar, and a bit of vocab as well, they just aren’t all that they’re cracked up to be. You see, it’s impossible to learn a foreign language online. If you want to take 1 of these classes, fine, but you will need other things to help you learn.

Other than your learn Hebrew online class, for instance, you probably will need some conversation partner. At least one conversation partner is absolutely indispensable for learning a foreign language, it doesn’t matter what the language is. Even if your object is only to learn Hebrew online as a way to read it, a conversational partner is still helpful. They will be able to get you used to speaking in Hebrew, and that will let you think in Hebrew You will not fully learn Hebrew online unless you can think in it due to the fact that, otherwise, you will not fully understand the language. You will always be translating it into your native language, which unavoidable results in you missing out on shades of meaning. It is simply not enough just to learn Hebrew online.

I criticize programs that allow people to learn Hebrew online, but for the right student, they may be a boon. If you are able and willing to invest the effort needed, it is possible to learn Hebrew online, and there are advantages for many people. There are a lot of folks whose only way to study it is to learn Hebrew online, because of the fact that they don’t have the time to commit to a Hebrew class, or perhaps don’t live near by to one. If they do not attempt tolearn Hebrew online, they will simply never get to learn it at all, and that is a shame if they have a passion for Jewish culture, or the Hebrew language.

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admin <![CDATA[World War 2 Art]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=2944 2010-04-10T18:51:38Z 2010-04-10T18:51:38Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "World War 2 Art", url: "http://vovvar.net/world-war-2-art" });]]> It is a fact that World War 2 art really captures the drama of the final battle of good against evil. Modern battles are truly mired in the complexity of the day, with neither side being “right”, but only being wrong in different ways and to different degrees. For instance, in the war in Iraq which is now going on, 1 empire which rules the world has, together with its cronies, made the decision to invade and remake a small country. It may seem like the United States is dead wrong to many, but in fact the ruler of Iraq before we invaded was a tyrant, and also oppressive to his people. So, ordinary Iraqis - individuals who have survived the attacks on their country, anyhow - are better off than they were under him. What I like about World War twoart is that it depicts a time when there was not the same kind of complexity. We had to stop Evil empires from taking over the world, and that was that.

Of course, that does not mean that the art of World War II all depicts noble actions. This is far from the truth! In fact, much of the moist popular World War twoart is actually propaganda which is meant to motivate hate and fear of the enemy. Much of this World War 2 art is actually racist, meant to make the those that see it think that all Japanese or all Germans are subhuman, or evil. It is sad that the World War 2 art made in this country was not of a higher and more noble standard, but if you want to understand history, you have to be willing to take the good with the bad, and that is that. Whether or not you like it or hate it, the fact remains that there’s a lot of World War twoart which is truly worth looking at.

1 of the World War II art works that has the most lasting influence is the image of Rosy the Riveter. This was part of a series of works of propaganda to motivate women to join the workforce to help make weapons. Of all of the World War twoart that was made, this image is 1 of the only ones which has really stuck around for the long run, motivating feminists to organize. If only more World War twoart had such noble effects!

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admin <![CDATA[Local Telephone Service Provider]]> http://vovvar.net/?p=2943 2010-04-10T08:06:36Z 2010-04-10T08:06:36Z SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Local Telephone Service Provider", url: "http://vovvar.net/local-telephone-service-provider" });]]> With the emergence of the cell telephone it is a wonder that we have land phones at all. But everyone isn’t ready to let go of the mainstream land telephone. Years ago the only local telephone service provider was Bell. This corporate giant provided telephone services to homes across the United States with no competition. Gradually, other land phone service companies began to emerge as Bell became recognized as a monopoly in the phone industry.

Some of the earlier land telephone companies approached potential customers with great deals and calling choices. These great deals and choices weren’t available through the Bell local phone service provider and the company soon found out what competing for customers was all about. Fortunately, the competitive aspect involved in drawing customers is still very alive in the average phone service provider.

The competitive aspect of the land phone line industry has also afforded customers excellent service as well as reasonable prices on long distance as well as other attractive features. When Bell monopolized as the only local telephone service provider customer complaints were not truly on the top of the list of importance. Now the customer has some leverage because of the fact that he can opt to find another local telephone service provider if he is not happy.

The threat of losing an unhappy customer has left many land telephone line businesses presenting rational offers that hook the client. The many packages available from the average local phone service provider include great features including call waiting, caller identification (which many of us can’t live without) as well as a messaging service.

My local phone service provider contacted me soon after I chose to hire on a different phone company. I wasn’t happy with my local phone service provider and I found a better offer elsewhere. I found that the new offer didn’t involve adequate service so I made the decision to switch back.

The company welcomed me back with open arms and a credit for 75 bucks. They also switched me back without charging me a dime. The credit covered installation fees that I paid with the new local telephone service provider. I’ve had nothing but good service and a level of quality plan since returning.

I wouldn’t recommend jumping back and forth between phone companies. This can prove to be costly if you local phone service provider doesn’t welcome you generously. Otherwise, you may find yourself spending a lot of money just switching which can run between 45 and 80 bucks depending on the local phone service provider.

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