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Top Activities To do in San Diego, California

San Diego's coastal seat makes it a perfect destination for adventurers. Whether you are hiking across 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 from the natural wonders in the city. Spend a day at Balboa Park -- the definitive culturual heart in the city -- and soak up the stunning setting while exploring the numerous museums, gardens and theatres that call this 1,200-acre park dwelling. Though it is tempting to spend your entire holiday investigating, do not 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 seashore is practically obligatory here, enjoyable things to do in San Diego additionally contain going to with the world-renowned zoo, hiking Torrey Pines State Reserve, and meandering through sensory pleasing farmers markets in nearly every area. San Diego amusement parks also abound, that range from 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 discover that San Diego has tasks up its sleeve for several types of visitors.
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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.

Some nutritional supplements may help. Others -- including typically the most popular, saw palmetto -- mightn't. And a few, including zinc, may really place you at risk for getting BPH.
Supplements Likely to Work
Beta-sitosterols may help your pee flow and leave less in your bladder. They may be worth a try, particularly when you have high cholesterol. Beta-sitosterols, a plant variation of cholesterol, are also used to lower cholesterol and are in some cholesterol-lowering margarines. Attempt 60 to 130 milligrams a day.

Pygeum, also known as African plum extract, could reduce the times you can improve urine flow and have to get up to urinate at night. It may not function as well as standard treatments like alpha blockers, though. Attempt 75 to 200 milligrams a day. Pros support using only sustainably harvested pygeum. Supplements That Will Help Two studies revealed that the muscles of the tube may loosen that urine flows through and help bladder muscles contract. You may have less dribbling after urinating and need to get up frequently at night to urinate. There was no change in prostate size, although in some studies, it also seemed to shrink prostate size.

Some older research indicates that Harzol, an extract of African wild potato (South African star grass), may ease urinary symptoms. That is likely because it's high in beta-sitosterols. But it may also lower blood sugar. So if you have diabetes, you may want to skip merchandises with this plant. And should you attempt it, observe your blood sugar closely.
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Water bands are removed by Dutch Glow as viewed on TV. Remove grease, smoking spots and finger marks from cabinets.

The East Coast supporter of "As Seen On TV" products has lots of folks interested about a wood cleanser that assures astonishing results. Advertising and the name of Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk make it sound as though it was really made by the Amish, who are renowned because of their fine, hand crafted wood furniture.

But it is not easy where it is made or to locate any information about the ingredients.
What's specific, is the New York direct sales group that pitches Dutch Glow, also pitches several other products on television and the internet. According to the commercial, "The straightforward ingredients in Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk break down years of wax build up, showing your furniture's natural glow."
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Micromanufacturing the future

 Micromanufacturing. As soon as I finish typing the word, my Grammarly spell checker promptly underscores it in red and suggests a replacement: “micro-manufacturing.” But this new spelling is about to go mainstream. When I say micromanufacturing, I don't mean making tiny (micro-scale) components. There's another definition at work here: “Micromanufacturing is… Read More
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IRS procedures before garnishment

IRS processes prior to garnishment
Once your tax is assessed by the IRS, you'll usually receive notice as well as a Demand for Payment of the sum due. At some point after you may get a Final Notice of Intention to Levy along with a Notice of Your Right to a Hearing if you fail to pay this invoice.

These last two files should be sent at least 30 days before the IRS starts to garnish your wages. By submitting a request, you must contact the IRS and attempt to solve the issue, maybe before it reaches this point.
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4 artists 1 tree

4 Artists Paint 1 Tree is a short documentary released by Disney in 1958, in which four of its best animators (then working on Sleeping Beauty) each paint the same old oak tree. An illustration of the depth of artistic brilliance and individuality informing the technical uniformity of an animated feature, it's well worth 15 minutes of your day.

They're all great, but my favorite is Eyvind Earle's, top, closely followed by Josh Meador's on the left. To the right, Walt Peregoy ("Walt Disney was a shit. We made Walt. Walt didn’t make Walt. Walt was an asshole.") holds his modernist rendering. At bottom is Mark Davis, whose technique seems delightfully contemporary. [Thanks, Wendy!]

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Save 96% on this UI/UX Designer Bundle in the Boing Boing Store

You know how when you’re playing around on your favorite app and you’re tapping and swiping and it all feels so easy and looks so good? That’s UX and UI and someone built and designed it so that your experience would be easy, fun and awesome. Now for 96% off, you can be that guy and create amazing tech products that users are obsessed with. Swipe, tap and create apps and sites that capture hearts across the boards. Start racking up those likes for your own work.

There are eight courses here with a total of over thirty nine hours of content. This includes lessons on becoming a senior design strategist, rapid prototyping, and building for mobile on both Apple and Android. You’ll learn tactics from major companies on how they utilize design to keep customers coming back for repeat engagement. After running mobile tests you’ll learn why some platforms work and others don't and apply the same design principles used for some of the most popular apps in the world.

Your portfolio will now include samples of your UX and UI work. Not only will you know the design strategies behind the interface here, but you’ll know the business elements that drive user retention. For 96% off right now, all this content can be yours to peruse at your own pace and take your skills to the next level, to bump up your title at your current job or take your talents on the road to a whole new gig. Check out the link below for more details.

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An Easy Guide to Beer: History, Styles, Terms

An Easy Guide to Beer: History, Styles, Terms | Travel Health Wealth | Scoop.it
Ale yeast gathers and ferments at the top (hence, "top fermented") of the vessel, at a high temperature so the yeast acts quickly. Some finish fermenting in less than 2 weeks. Ales are sophisticated and rich, with increased yeast-derived flavors.

Whether American or English, the "light" was cut on long ago to distinguish it from the dark colour of Porters. English and American styles differ, but generally they can be copper colored and dry with clear hop flavor or gold.

Pale ale with slightly higher alcohol content and odor and intense hop flavor.

These distinctively northern English style ales might be sweet, nutty and incredibly lightly hopped and have a powerful, malty centre. They're medium bodied and the name fits the colour of the ale.

Stout (Guinness and Murphy's are dry Irish stouts) - Heavy, black rich and opaque. Stouts draw on colour and their flavor from roasted barley. They frequently taste of caramel and malt , with little to no hop aroma or flavor.

Porter - Virtually identical to stout but made from, or largely from, unroasted barley. Dark and sweet brown in color with touches of chocolate as well as a sometimes -sharp bitterness.

Wheat Beer - Germans take their beer very seriously that law requires it to make use of top-fermenting yeast. It should be made from at least 50% wheat malt. Wheat proteins contribute to some misty, or nebulous look and so are usually unfiltered, leaving yeast sediment in the bottle. They're light colored, full flavored as well as the exceptional yeast strains generate flavors like banana, clove and vanilla.

Hefeweizen - The most commercially successful form of wheat beer. In the US they're consistently served using a lemon wedge to cut the intense yeast flavor.

Check this out: take a brewery tour of San Diego.
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38 Cheap Pairs Of Shoes That Look Like A Million Bucks

Shoe addicts, unite!

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These Chelsea boots for $35.00.

Find them here.

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This Writer Penned A Poem For Each Night She Went Over The Manhattan Bridge

"I rode across that bridge twice most days and would drink in the light, the view, the distance, each time it was available to me."

Mary Austin Speaker is a 38-year-old poet currently living in Minneapolis, MN. Before moving to Minnesota, she spent 12 years living in New York City, where she fell in love with the Manhattan Bridge.

"It's the constant that I returned to, regardless of what job I had, who I was dating, where I lived, for as long as I lived in New York," she told BuzzFeed.

Photo by Chris Martin

When Speaker found out she'd be leaving New York, she decided to start writing poems during her daily commute on the subway ride across the bridge. The collection of poems is now a book, titled The Bridge.

"When I knew I was leaving New York, I picked up the habit of daily writing from my soon-to-be husband, Chris Martin, and endeavored to preserve my time in that bright, charged place by writing a poem that somehow mimicked my experience of being on the bridge, because I knew I would miss it most of all."

Shearsman Books

"I rode across that bridge twice most days and would drink in the light, the view, the distance, each time it was available to me," Speaker explained. "And when it was dark, the quiet, the distant lights of the city, usually obscured by the city itself."

Courtesy of Shearsman Books

The author said her affinity for the bridge came from growing up in Texas, "where you can see for miles in any direction from so many places."

"[I] have always needed a place like that in order to form a connection to a new city."

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The Best Way To Pick A Domain Name That's Right To Your Business

Registering the perfect domain name is a vitally significant decision. A good domain name can help you develop a brand that will stick in your customers thoughts and help define your target market. Nevertheless, coming up with domain name and a terrific company may be among the most difficult features of starting a new web business. It's possible for you to spend days, weeks and sometimes even months as well as the brainpower comparable to a thousand NASA computers attempting to develop the best name that is also open to enroll.

In this post we'll explain your domain name is really significant, show you some of the top tools for finding the right URL, then, we'll introduce you some of the newest domain name extensions that are exceptional that you probably did not even realize were accessible.
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22 Pictures People Who Are Good Students Will Never Understand

Procrastination is a lifestyle.

Your life ethos:

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Making the right choices:

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These beautiful words:

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THE LOOK:

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The 27th amendment was ratified largely because a college student got a C on a term paper

For a government class in 1982, college sophomore Gregory Watson argued that a long-forgotten constitutional amendment could still be ratified. His instructor found this implausible and gave him a C on the assignment. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow Watson's 10-year mission to prove his professor wrong -- and ultimately get the amendment added to the Constitution.

We'll also learn an underhanded way to win a poetry contest and puzzle over how someone can murder a corpse.

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For online lenders, it's suddenly touch-and-go

 A year ago, privately held online lenders like Prosper, SoFi and Avant looked all but certain to go public at the same unicorn valuations their venture investors had assigned them - if not higher. They were seemingly reshaping the student, consumer and small business lending business. The market they're chasing is enormous: The U.S. consumer lending market is a $3.5… Read More
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What're the Benefits of Natural Cleanup Tonics

A lot of the cleanup items we use within your kitchen and toilet are loaded with numerous elements that support clean better and this interest in the modern development to preserve everything extra clean doesn't come without a value. Inside the ancient times when natural resources were employed not from option but necessity had the fat of running time that is extra.
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Tiny South Pacific island to lose free/universal Internet lifeline

The way most of the world knows about Niue, a 100 square mile island in the south Pacific with a population of about 1,100, is because of its country-code top-level domain (CCTLD), which is the ubiquitous .nu. (more…)

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Mapstr adds directions to its app to keep track of your favorite places

 French startup Mapstr is a nifty bookmarking apps, but for your favorite places. It lets you keep track of restaurants, bars, shops or your friends’ homes. With today’s update, you can now get walking, driving and public transport directions with integrations with Google Maps, Uber and Citymapper. And this could make the app a bit more useful. Until today, Mapstr was a great way to… Read More
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23 Times Forever 21 Shirts Went Too Far

Not all words belong on T-shirts.

Chelsea: Great job interview outfit. I guess my main question: What is the difference between "real" and "fake" stuff??
Joanna: This shirt is making me question the entire fabric of reality. Am I real?

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Chelsea: The most depressing thing would be to look in the mirror while wearing this shirt.
Joanna: I think they should just make a shirt that says, "I'm not putting up with your bullshit today, Cathy."

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Chelsea: This would be 100% less depressing if there were sloths on this.
Joanna: Honestly, it's hard for me to argue with this shirt. Let's all just go home and sleep. Forever.

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Chelsea: If her pocket is only for teeny tiny mermaids, I just hope that she has built the proper ecosystem to keep them alive. Otherwise, that would be a damn disaster.
Joanna: I hate to say it, but I'm just imagining the horror show of dead tiny mermaids in your pocket. Be careful! Tiny mermaids are precious.

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Someone Is Pretending To Be The Hogwarts IT Guy And It Is Everything

“The Setup Wizard” on Tumblr is your new favorite Harry Potter parody.

There's a hilarious new Tumblr, written from the perspective of a muggle IT guy at Hogwarts, the wizarding school from the Harry Potter series.

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Jonathan's got his work cut out for him, trying to teach old wizards new tricks.

"It took some pressuring from me for him to not set the password as Alohamora, simply because half the school is already using it as theirs."

He's also learning a lot about that wizard life.

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5 Second Fix Review

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5 Second Fix - Real User Reviews
About 5 Second Fix

5 Second Fix states to be a liquid plastic welding tool that fixes, fills, seals and repairs virtually anything under the sun. 5 Second Fix assures to repair things forever with no mess of adhesive in just 5 seconds. 5 Second Fix promises to use just UV light to weld things so you could place or reposition the surface before repair it.

Bondic is just similar to 5 Second Fix

5 Second Fix Review

Exact fixing and mending - - its curing by the built in UV LED lighting provides strong if the directions are followed as recommended repair and Second Fix is an original glue system. It's a precise, spot repair system and desires quite thin layers for curing of each layer separately. In the event the layer is too thick, the UV curing neglects. It efficiently joins an extensive selection of stuff, including dissimilar ones that other conventional adhesives and quick adhesives cannot.

A battery powered UV LED light is offered to harden the adhesive, which will be supposed to be utilized for repairing and mending objects that were broken. To use 5 Second Fix you have to implement the solution on the desired region of the broken item and after that simply reflect the UV light on the glue for about 15-20 seconds for the resin to harden. The UV light will function as a welder and repair the item. Nevertheless, a customer of 5 Second Fix who reviewed it says that a glitch with it's in many orders it comes broken in the bundle as it won't repair anything without the LED light, leaving the system useless as well as the UV light of the adhesive system is substandard. The light starts to get more subdued too, when it empties of its juice even in the event the battery in the package is functional. This in turn hampers the bonding. Because of this in case you must mend a more substantial place, so your repair is likely to be faster and more lasting you might need to resort to a bigger UV light source.

Doesn't make a long-lasting bond - 5 Second Fix doesn't create a permanent bond and cannot be used as a replacement for electrical tapes. It really is not U. L. recorded. One customer Crystal says that it worked for two weeks after which the vase fell on a glass vintage vase. Another reviewer used a clip to be fixed by it and when the temperature in the automobile shot up the solution turned into liquid as well as the visor broke again. 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 bonds areas that are only visible to the light, so anything that is unclear WOn't be repaired. It doesn't work on fixing a hook as an example, on the wall.

Poor mechanism - 5 Second Fix seems to get flimsy parts. One user Jade says in her review the unit comes with an incredibly small quantity of adhesive solution. Add to that the proven fact that the UV LED is only a flimsy and inexpensive flashlight. The unit also comes damaged in the cargo including all the paste leaked. That apart, the user adds that LED and battery are both affordable. The unit uses battery which can be changed out. And is exactly like the keyless entry remotes for cars. The battery can be quickly found by one at any given outlet of many such shops, and Walmart, Target, Kmart. Another customer Roland also whines the main trouble with 5 Second Fix is the truth that its UV intensity in the LED is not very sufficient. The selection of LED also doesn't appear to be of good quality. Because of UV intensity that is inadequate, the polymer fails to treat. The reviewer adds that he used a layer of polymer that was 1 mm thick and treated it with LED for 30 seconds but the bonding stayed soft and flimsy. He planned to return the unit, dissatisfied with its operation, though the reviewer meant attempting a more powerful UV source.

Mends a lot of things - A customer who reviewed 5 Second Fix says that it works well at repairing many things. The glue system notably helps in mending sunglasses. Second Fix will be the best choice should you have a broken arm of sunglasses to mend then. But even in this case the mechanism that produces the paste was fairly shoddy. The reviewer adds that several times the unit arrives leaks that are the paste itself and also broken all over. And also when the unit intact then it breaks and then continues only for a few uses. Thus all the adhesive is, in addition, squandered.

Does 5 Second Fix work on mending sunglasses?

5 Second Fix does a pretty good job of mending broken arm of sunglasses. The delivery mechanism of the 5 Second Fix is poorly made although the adhesive does the job very well and might break after several uses, it may even arrive broken and also the paste will leak all over.

What exactly is the LED light for?

5 Second Fix uses a battery powered UV LED light to harden the paste. You should apply the paste that was 5 Second Fix to where you need it and then only reflect the UV light on it for 15 -20 seconds as well as the resin hardens. The UV light does the work of "wielding". The light also dims out hampering the adhesiveness, when the battery gets weaker. So if you've got a larger UV torch that covers a larger place, it's going to help repair things quicker.

How does 5 Second Fix promise to function?

5 Second Fix maintains that it's not plastic adhesive however a strong liquid plastic welding compound. 5 Second Fix convinces to be very simple to make use of - all you weld it with the UV light of these devices and really need to do is employ the solution on the surface as well as in 5 seconds the thing is going to be fixed.
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What is the top adhesive to paste auto body parts?

What is the top adhesive to paste auto body parts? | Travel Health Wealth | Scoop.it
Maybe you have had one or more of these experiences when trying to stick items collectively using super glue: the adhesive places ahead of the objects may be correctly aligned, it won't place quickly enough, once it's been opened or it hardens inside the bottle. Well, 5 Second Fix is promised to have none of the troubles. It's described as a "liquid plastic welder" that places within four seconds, but just after it is been exposed to an included UV light.

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San Diego Breweries will be the greatest Breweries in Southern California

San Diego Breweries will be the greatest Breweries in Southern California | Travel Health Wealth | Scoop.it
It can help to focus your plans a bit by geographic region as well as by the kinds of beers you wish to see, with more than 75 breweries now making what's probably tens of thousands of different beers. When there is one beer style that could be considered quintessentially San Diego, it's got to be our India Pale Ales (or IPAs). When it comes to IPAs, San Diego brewers tend not to skimp on the hops! That is why, if you are a true hop-head, and you have a chance to tour some San Diego breweries, you are certain to be one joyful hopper.
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Has anyone tried Cyanoacrylate Glue from Walmart?

Has anyone tried Cyanoacrylate Glue from Walmart? | Travel Health Wealth | Scoop.it
I'm curious to know what sorts of results and projects people have had with this aerosol rubber sealant. Does it spray on well? Does it look like textured spray paint or maybe more like roof tar?

Has anyone tested Bondic from Walmart?

In case the display in the store was any indication, it is not textured, but not actually roof tar either. Believe more like the work gloves that were dipped into latex.

However, as a short term or temporary fix, likely not terrible.
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Spaghetti Carbonara

Spaghetti pasta alla carbonara. Luscious and wonderfully indulgent, pasta carbonara takes as long to make as it does to cook the pasta. The ingredients are simple--just spaghetti (or other long pasta), pancetta or bacon, eggs, Parmesan, a little olive oil, salt and pepper. A silky sauce is created when the beaten eggs are tossed with the hot pasta and a little fat from the pancetta or bacon.

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Fishing for answers about mercury consumption

(Rush University Medical Center) A study lead by researchers from Rush University Medical Center has provided the first report on the relationship of brain concentrations of mercury to brain neuropathology and diseases associated with dementia. Study results were published in the Feb. 2 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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