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Top Things You Can do in San Diego, California

San Diego's coastal seat helps it be a perfect destination for adventurers. Whether you are hiking over the sandstone cliffs of Torrey Pines State Reserve or walking through the frothy surf of Coronado Beach, you'll locate little reason to wander far in the city's natural wonders. Spend a day at Balboa Park -- the city's definitive culturual heart -- and soak up the stunning setting while exploring the countless museums, theaters and gardens that call this 1,200-acre park home. Though it's tempting to spend your whole holiday researching, don't forget to carve out some time for a San Diego history lesson: America's Finest City proudly shows off its military and maritime heritage with two well-regarded (and exceptionally interactive) museums.
While a day at the beach is virtually obligatory here, fun things you can do in San Diego also contain going to with the world-renowned zoo, hiking Torrey Pines State Reserve, and meandering through sensory pleasing farmers markets in nearly every neighborhood. San Diego amusement parks also abound, including the oceanfront rides at Belmont Park in Mission Beach to LEGOLAND in North County. Cap in the Gaslamp District or a sunset cocktail off any day with dinner at La Jolla Shores. You will find that San Diego has activities up its sleeve for several kinds of visitors.
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This Woman Hysterically Laughing In A Chewbacca Mask Is The Best Thing You'll See All Day

“Oh, I'm such a happy Chewbacca!”

More than 75 million people have watched this Facebook Live video of Candace Payne, a 37-year-old woman from Texas, laughing hysterically while wearing a Chewbacca mask on Thursday.

The Facebook Live video had more than 77 million views and 2.1 million shares as of Friday evening.

Payne, a huge Star Wars fan, could barely contain her excitement after buying the Chewbacca mask from Kohl's for herself as part of her "birthday joy."

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"I'd like to say that I bought this for my son...but at the end of the day IT'S MINE and I'm gonna keep it for my own," Payne said.

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Water bands are removed by Dutch Glow as seen on Television. Eliminate and finger markings from units.

The East Coast supporter of "As Seen On TV" products has lots of people curious about a wood cleaner that promises amazing results. Marketing and the name of Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk make it sound as if it was really made by the Amish, who are famed because of their fine, hand crafted wood furniture.

But it's not easy to find any information regarding the fixings or where it's made.
What's particular, is the Nyc direct sales group that pitches Dutch Glow, also pitches a number of other products on the web and television. Based on the commercial, "The simple ingredients in Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk break down years of wax build up, revealing your furniture's natural glow."
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IRS processes before garnishment

IRS processes before garnishment
You will generally receive notice plus a Demand for Payment of the sum due once your tax is assessed by the IRS. If you neglect to pay this invoice, at some point after you'll get a Final Notice of Intent to Levy as well as a Notice of Your Right to a Hearing.

These last two documents have to be sent at least 30 days before the IRS begins to garnish your wages. By submitting a request, you need to get in touch with the IRS and attempt to resolve the dilemma, perhaps, before it reaches this point.
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Why browser extensions change the way we work

 Browser extensions change the way we work. They alter facets of your job by changing the experience of the apps on which you rely so they conform to your workflow — versus having to open 17 separate browser tabs just to complete a simple task. Historically, browser extensions were a little wild as far as how they were built. Read More
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LinkedIn’s First TV Ad Says 3M Members Are Qualified To Become An Astronaut

 Okay, be honest. How many of you dreamed of becoming an astronaut when you were a kid? I certainly did — and in my heart of hearts, I still kind of regret that it didn’t happen. Well, that might not be as unrealistic as you might think, at least according to a new ad from LinkedIn. The company says this is actually its very first TV ad, and it will air during the Academy Awards.… Read More
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Ingenious pop-up shelter for people in wheelchairs

Under The Weather is a single-person pop-up shelter to sit inside that my big brother Rick came up with a while back. (He was sick of getting soaked at his kids' soccer games and was inspired by a portable toilet he saw by the field.) Under The Weather is designed for spectator sports, fishing, and other outdoor events where it's raining, windy, or cold, but you are either obligated to watch or having so much fun you don't want to leave. Rick used his personal savings to have a bunch of the tents made and they mostly just sat in a warehouse until last year when videos and photos of the thing somehow went viral. Now this curious contraption is selling like crazy. I'm proud of him!

In the last few months, Rick received a bunch of requests for a version of Under The Weather that a wheelchair or stroller could roll right into. (The standard Under The Weather tent has a lip on the bottom of the door that makes this difficult.) So Rick designed a new model, the Accessipod, in which the entire back of the tent opens up for easy access. Check out the videos below!

You can buy all the tent models directly from him here: Under the Weather

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcpBADGFKYM

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In FBI vs. Apple, New York Times editorial board sides with the tech resistance

"Apple is doing the right thing in challenging the federal court ruling requiring that it comply," reads a New York Times editorial today on the battle of the backdoors brewing between the government and the iPhone's maker.

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An Easy Guide to Beer: Styles, Terms, History

An Easy Guide to Beer: Styles, Terms, History | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Ale yeast gathers and ferments at the top (therefore, "top fermented") of the boat, at a high temperature so the yeast acts promptly. Some conclude fermenting in less than 2 weeks. Ales are rich and complex, with increased yeast-derived flavors.

Pale Ale - Whether American or English, the "pale" was cut on long ago to differentiate it in the dark colour of Porters. American and English styles differ, but usually they can be copper colored and dry with clear hop flavor or gold.

Pale ale with aroma and extreme hop flavor and slightly higher alcohol content.

Brown Ale - These distinctively northern English style ales could be sweet, nutty and extremely lightly hopped and have a powerful, malty centre. They're medium bodied and the name matches the colour of the ale.

Stout (Guinness and Murphy's are dry Irish stouts) - Black opaque and loaded, heavy. Stouts draw on their flavor as well as color from roasted barley. They often taste of malt and caramel , with little to no hop aroma or flavor.

Porter - Much the same to stout but made mostly, or from from, unroasted barley. Dark and sweet brown in color with hints of chocolate and a -sharp bitterness.

Wheat Beer - Germans take their beer very seriously, so much that law requires it to use top-fermenting yeast in wheat beer. It has to be produced from at least 50% wheat malt. Wheat proteins making yeast sediment in the bottle and so are generally unfiltered, lead to your hazy, or cloudy appearance. They're light colored, full flavored and also the exceptional yeast strains generate flavors like banana, clove and vanilla.

Hefeweizen - The most commercially successful kind of wheat beer. In the US they have been regularly served with a lemon wedge to cut against the intense yeast flavor.

Check this out: tour of local San Diego Breweries.
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Imaginary View-Master reel - Bakersfield, California 1977-78: Carol

Graphic designer Sean Tejaratchi made a couple of images depicting so-boring-they're-fascinating View-Master reels. Sean's site, Liar Town, USA is NSFW and very funny.

I love everything he does:

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I Said It -- Sabrina The Teenage Witch Is Way More Powerful Than Harry Potter

Hogwarts could've used Sabrina.

Everyone thinks Harry Potter is the ULTIMATE wizard. And I get it -- he defeated the Dark Lord!

Warner Bros.

But I'm here to educate everyone on a more powerful sorcerer who could've finished Voldemort in less than those seven years that Harry took -- SABRINA THE FUCKING TEENAGE WITCH.

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A Look Inside How ESPN Gets Ready For Super Bowl 50

Before it's made apparent by my remarks, I don't know jack shit about football. I can watch a game with a Bud Light in hand and unassumingly make my way through a plate of snacks and know when the right time to yell at the ref or give a high five is, but eh it's not my thing. What I was really interested when I rolled into ESPN's Marina Green mobile studio in San... Read More
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Hackensack University Medical Center becomes the first health-care charter member of NJII

(New Jersey Institute of Technology) The New Jersey Innovation Institute, an NJIT corporation that applies the intellectual and technological resources of the state's science and technology university to challenges identified by industry partners, has announced that Hackensack University Medical Center (HackensackUMC) has become the first health-care charter member of NJII and a partner in its Healthcare Delivery Systems Innovation Lab (iLab). HackensackUMC will also have a seat on the iLab's advisory board.
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Enlarged Prostate Treatments and Supplements

Some individuals use herbs to stinging nettle to prickly pear cactus, to treat an enlarged prostate. At typical doses, experts say these plant extracts are probably not dangerous for benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH. But do they work?

Some nutritional supplements may help. Others -- including the most used, saw palmetto -- might not. And a few, including zinc, may really place you in danger for getting BPH.
Supplements Likely to Work
Beta-sitosterols leave less and may help your pee flow. They may be worth a try, particularly if you have high cholesterol. Beta-sitosterols, a plant variant of cholesterol, are also used to lower cholesterol and are in some cholesterol-lowering margarines. Strive 60 to 130 milligrams a day.

Pygeum, also called African plum infusion, could reduce the times you can improve urine flow and have to get up to urinate at night. It may not function along with standard treatments like alpha blockers, though. Attempt 75 to 200 milligrams a day. Pros support using only sustainably harvested pygeum. Supplements That Will Help You may have dribbling after urinating and need to get up less frequently at night to urinate. In some studies, additionally, it appeared to shrink prostate size, but in other studies there was no change in prostate size.

Some older research suggests that Harzol, an infusion of African wild potato (South African star grass), may ease urinary symptoms. That is probably because it's not low in beta-sitosterols. But it may also lower blood sugar. So if you have diabetes, you might want to bypass products with this plant. And should you attempt it, watch your blood sugar closely.
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What're Some Great Benefits Of Organic Cleanup Tonics

All of the cleansing items we use in bathroom and the kitchen are laden with numerous elements that help this demand for the modern formation and clean better to maintain everything extra-clean doesn't come with out a price. Within the ancient days when normal resources were utilized not from alternative but requirement had the weight of extra processing time.
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Retro gaming fans rejoice: Atari Vault is on Steam with 100 games

 Longing for the days of the sticky floored arcades of your youth and long nights spent with the the Atari 2600, but can’t be bothered to dig through your mum’s basement to find all the bits and bobs to throw yourself into a retro-gaming binge? Aren’t you in some industrial-strength luck. Available starting today on Steam, Atari Vault gives you 100 retro games to while away… Read More
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Contamination - highly-rated 4 volume zombie series for for free in Kindle edition

I haven't read T.W. Piperbrook's Contamination post-apocalyptic zombie series but it has 4.1/5 stars with 744 customer reviews on Amazon. Right now you can get the first 4 books as the Kindle editions for free.

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Learn what it takes to be a sushi chef

Oona Tempest is an apprentice sushi chef at New York City's Tanoshi Sushi. I do love my sushi, but I definitely wouldn't have the fortitude or filleting-skills to be trained as a chef. (Eater)

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Immune cells don't always ward off carbon nano invaders

(University of Michigan) Scientists at the University of Michigan have found evidence that some carbon nanomaterials can enter into immune cell membranes, seemingly going undetected by the cell's built-in mechanisms for engulfing and disposing of foreign material, and then escape through some unidentified pathway.
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22 Landlords Who Need To Be Fucking Stopped

It's a shitshow.

This completely legit attempt at fixing a ceiling leak.

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The landlord who brazenly took part in this trickery.

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The landlord who created this flawless front door lock.

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And the one who installed this joke of a lock.

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Honest Review of 5 Second Fix

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Honest Review of 5 Second Fix
5 Second Fix states to be a liquid plastic welding tool that fixes, fills, seals and repairs practically anything underneath the sun. 5 Second Fix assures to repair things permanently minus the mess of adhesive in just 5 seconds. 5 Second Fix claims to use just UV light to weld things before repair it, so you could place or reposition the surface.

Bondic is exactly similar to 5 Second Fix

5 Second Fix Review

Precise repair and mending - 5 Second Fix is an original glue system and its curing by the built in UV LED lighting supplies strong in the event the instructions are followed as recommended repair. It's an accurate, place repair system and desires very thin layers for curing of each layer separately. The UV curing neglects when the layer is not too thin. It effectively joins an extensive array of materials, including dissimilar ones which fast adhesives and other conventional glues cannot.

A battery-powered UV LED light is supplied in the kit to harden the paste, which is meant to be used for mending and mending items that were broken. The UV light will function as a welder and repair the thing. The light starts to get more subdued also, when it empties of its juice even in the event the battery in the package is practical. This in turn hampers the bonding. Because of this if you must fix a more substantial region, so the repair will be quicker and more lasting you may need to resort to a bigger UV light source.

Does not make a long-term bond - 5 Second Fix does not create a permanent bond and cannot be used as a replacement for electrical tapes. It's not U. L. listed. One customer Lead Crystal says that it worked for two weeks after which the vase fell apart again on a glass vintage vase. Another reviewer shot up the solution turned into liquid and as soon as the temperature in the car used it to repair a clip on their vehicle visor and the visor broke. This refutes the claim that 5 Second Fix can withstand temperature up to 150 degrees. Another user Yeager whines inside their review that 5 Second Fix only bonds areas visible to the light, so anything that's not clear is not going to be repaired. On fixing a hook for example, on the wall, it will not work.

Inferior mechanism - 5 Second Fix appears to get flimsy components. One user Jade says in her review that the component comes with an incredibly small volume of glue solution. Add to that the proven fact the UV LED is no more than a flashlight that is affordable and flimsy. The unit also comes damaged in the shipment including all the glue leaked. That apart, the user adds that LED and battery are both inexpensive. The unit uses battery that can be changed out. And is just like the keyless entry remotes for autos. The battery can be certainly found by one at any given outlet of several such stores, and Walmart, Target, Kmart. Another customer Roland also complains that the main issue with 5 Second Fix is the fact that its UV intensity in the LED is not quite sufficient. The selection of LED additionally does not appear to be of good quality. As a result of insufficient UV intensity, the polymer fails to treat. The reviewer adds that he used a layer of polymer that was treated it with LED for 30 seconds and 1 mm thick but the adhesiveness remained soft and flimsy. He planned to return the unit, dissatisfied with its performance, even though the reviewer meant trying a more powerful UV source.

Fixes a lot of things - A customer who reviewed 5 Second Fix says that it works good at fixing many things. Mending shades are especially helped in by the adhesive system. Second Fix will soon be the best pick, should you are in possession of a broken arm of shades to mend afterward. But even in this case the mechanism that produces the paste was fairly shoddy. The reviewer adds that several times the unit arrives the adhesive itself and broken leaks from it all over. And even when the unit complete then it breaks and after that continues just for several uses. Thus all the adhesive is also wasted.

Does 5 Second Fix work on mending shades?

5 Second Fix does a pretty good job of mending broken arm of shades. The delivery mechanism of the 5 Second Fix is badly made though the paste does the job very well and could break after several uses, it could even arrive broken as well as the adhesive will leak all over.

What is the LED light for?

You should apply the 5 Second Fix paste to where you want it and then just shine the UV light on it for 15 -20 seconds and also the resin hardens. The UV light does the work of "wielding". The light additionally dims out hampering the bonding, when the battery gets poorer. When you've got a larger UV flashlight that covers a larger region, it will help repair things quicker.

How does 5 Second Fix assert to work?

5 Second Fix asserts that it is not plastic adhesive however a powerful liquid plastic welding compound. 5 Second Fix convinces to be very easy to work with - all you need to do is employ the solution on the surface and weld it with the UV light of the unit and in 5 seconds the thing will soon be fixed.
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What is the best adhesive to paste auto body parts together?

What is the best adhesive to paste auto body parts together? | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Maybe you've had one or more of the following experiences when trying to adhere items together using super glue: before the objects might be properly aligned, the glue sets, it will not set quickly enough, once it is been opened, or it hardens inside the bottle. Well, 5 Second Fix is promised to have none of the troubles. It is referred to as a "liquid plastic welder" that places within four seconds, however only after it's been exposed to an enclosed UV light.

Check this out: Glues in 5 Seconds
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Why San Diego Breweries are the largest Breweries in Southern California

Why San Diego Breweries are the largest Breweries in Southern California | Healthcare | Scoop.it
It can help focus your strategies a little bit by geographic region and even by the types of beers you wish to experience with producing what's probably tens of thousands of different beers. If there's one beer design that may be looked at quintessentially San Diego, it is got to be our India Pale Ales (or IPAs). When it involves IPAs, San Diego brewers do not skimp on the hops! That is why, in case you are an actual hop-head, and you have a chance to tour some San Diego breweries, you are sure to be one happy hopper.
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Has anyone tried 5 Second Fix?

Has anyone tried 5 Second Fix? | Healthcare | Scoop.it
I am interested to know what sorts of results and projects people have had with this spray rubber sealant. Does it spray on nicely? Does it look like textured spray paint or maybe more like roof tar?

Has anyone tried Mastisol Ingredients?

If the display in the store was any indication, it's tar that is not textured, but not actually roof either. Believe more like the work gloves that have been dipped into latex.

However, as a short term or temporary fix, probably not terrible.
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At CBS, Sumner Redstone is out and Les Moonves is in

CBS announced today that ailing and aging media mogul Sumner M. Redstone, who is 92, has resigned as the company's executive chairman. Leslie Moonves, CEO, has now taken the role of chairman.

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