27 Jun 2010

Lawmakers in agricultural states are still looking for ways to provide a safety net for farmers. One such request is to have the USDA allow cottonseed, which is used for oil or meal rather than fiber, to be added to the list of commodities covered under new farm programs. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has said […]

27 Jun 2010

We have upwards of $20 billion worth of projects still to do in the province. We spent, just in the last five years, close to $7 billion on capital projects, never mind our day today operating costs (which) are probably $500 million to $600 million per year on top of that. The assets and properties […]

27 Jun 2010

USE FOR DRAWER CARTS: I love the drawer carts. I have one without wheels sitting under the end of my sewing table (which is a cheap but sturdy folding table). I have another one with my crochet/knitting supplies. “Poor people are always the best cooks because they have to be innovative to make food really […]

27 Jun 2010

Santa Cruz may want for Macy’s, MAC and other temples of consumption, but when it comes to thrift stores, we host a rich culture based on bargain hunting. Thrift stores offer entertainment (shopping can be a spectator sport) and a cheap alternative to credit card debt. Some folks have even been known to drag their […]

27 Jun 2010

When we the people tell the market what we want and expect, the free market system will provide the best solutions. When the free market system is consumer to producer driven, there will be an incredible economic opportunity for replacing our infrastructure with advanced materials and techniques while reducing some of the pressures we are […]

22 Jun 2010

The February session usually attracts “repeaters” while the July date is popular with recent law school graduates, said Gayle Murphy, the State Bar’s senior executive for admissions. “People who pass do not see their score,” Murphy said. “The bar exam determines the minimum competency. “Here, recently we stopped a 12 year old boy in junior […]

22 Jun 2010

Some animal lovers have emphasized home cooked canine cuisine following complaints of tainted food sickening and killing pets. Food and Drug Administration has received reports that dog and cat treats made in China have killed 1,000 dogs and sickened more than 4,800 pets since 2007. The agency has not been able to prove the chicken, […]

22 Jun 2010

A record amount of crude is already riding the rails from oil fields in North Dakota, Colorado and New Mexico to California s fuel makers, according to the California Energy Commission. Companies looking to ship even more include Tesoro Corp., Valero Energy Corp. And Plains All American Pipeline, which are planning to build train terminals […]

22 Jun 2010

If you want a really low commitment, grab a Mason jar with a lid. According to Oregon relatively lenient growler laws, pretty much any container can be a growler as long as it has a secure cover. In September, Esquire even noted that Oregon has such lax growler rules, some gas stations also have beer […]

22 Jun 2010

I’ve seen videos and reviews and they are generally good with everyday tasks. If you want it to be very very fast then you might want to bump it up to an A6 3650 which is a quad core but costs twice as much as the A4. Will that desktop build actually run about as […]