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Posts from July 2013

The Best and Worst Songs to Listen to after a Break Up

The "Huffington Post" came out with a list of the best and worst songs to listen to after a breakup. Take a look and see if you agree. ~Dennis

 Here are 10 of the BEST songs to listen to . . .

1.  "So What?" by Pink

 2.  "Since U Been Gone" by Kelly Clarkson

 3.  "Angry Again" by Megadeth  (A fantastic and somewhat overlooked metal classic.  Probably because it was on the soundtrack to "The Last Action Hero".)

4.  "The Sign" by Ace Of Base

 5.  "Fighter" by Christina Aguilera

 6.  "Tears Dry On Their Own" by Amy Winehouse

 7.  "Survivor" by Destiny's Child

 8.  "Don't Speak" by No Doubt

 9.  "The One I Love" by REM

 10.  "Rolling In The Deep" by Adele

And here are 10 of the WORST songs to listen to after getting dumped . . .

1.  "Just The Way You Are" by Billy Joel

2.  "Need You Now" by Lady Antebellum

3.  "My Immortal" by Evanescence

4.  "I Will Always Love You" by Celine Dion

5.  "Chasing Cars" by Snow Patrol

6.  "Love Will Keep Us Alive" by The Eagles

7.  "Have You Seen Her" by The Chi-Lites

8.  "I Can't Make You Love Me" by Bonnie Raitt

9.  "Let's Get It On" by Marvin Gaye

10.  "All By Myself" by Eric Carmen

 (Huffington Post / Huffington Post)

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9 Ways to get your car to 200,000 miles!

You always hear people saying, "They don't make cars like they used to."  True, but it's because they make them BETTER now.  Now every car has a chance to get to 200,000 miles, and here's nine ways you can get yours there. Good Luck! ~Dennis

1.  Follow the maintenance schedule.  As in, down to the day.  Don't skip any scheduled maintenance.  And if the manufacturer's schedule stops at 150,000 miles, consult your mechanic and write your own.

2.  Do a regular visual inspection.  Like the preflight inspection that pilots do every time they fly.  Walk around the car, look underneath, check all the lights.  And when you drive away, look for fresh fluids left on the ground.

3.  Listen and feel while you're driving.  Weird sounds are one of the best ways to catch a problem before it gets serious.  Listen for sounds, and feel for shakes and knocks . . . and remember the driving conditions and how fast you were going.

4.   Sniff the dipsticks.  When you check your oil level, smell the oil from the engine.  If it smells burnt, your engine is running lean.  You could be in for a full rebuild later on, if you don't take care of it.  Also smell the transmission fluid, if there's a dipstick for that.

5.  Don't take short trips.  Meaning a trip less than five miles.  Seriously, that's what they say.  Ten miles, if it's below freezing outside.  It's because a trip that short doesn't let the engine reach its operating temperature. 

And it NEEDS to get there, to take care of the water and unburned fuel that naturally gets into the motor oil.  Water's produced when the engine burns fuel, and some gets into the oil and exhaust system, which is normal. 

On long drives, the engine gets hot enough to boil it off.  But on short drives, the water stays in the oil, and over time it'll cause sludge to build up.

6.  Use synthetic oil.  No one agrees on the right brand to buy.  But everyone agrees that synthetic oil is much better for an engine than the natural kind.

7.  Change the transmission fluid.  Sometimes nowadays they tell you the transmission fluid is supposed to last for the life of the car.  Don't believe it.  Change it at least once every 100,000 miles . . . and if you're flushing the system, put in a new filter first.

8.  Replace bearings and bushings.  These are parts that wear just like brake pads, belts, and tires.  They don't need to be switched out very often.  But once or twice before you hit 200,000 miles is good.

9.  Wash the car, by hand.  Keeping the exterior clean will preserve the paint job and prevent rust.  That goes for the undercarriage too.  And it's better if you do it yourself, because you'll notice little things before they develop into big problems.

 (Yahoo! Autos)

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The Top Ten Things thay annoy us on a Daily Basis

According to a new survey, we get annoyed SEVEN times a day by things we can't control.  Here are the 10 things that annoy us most on a daily basis. Do you agree? ~Dennis   
1.  Pushy salespeople.
2.  Email spam.
3.  Foreign call centers when you call customer service.
4.  Being put on hold.
5.  People who don't clean up after their dogs.
6.  Potholes.
7.  People who take up two parking spots.
8.  Slow drivers.
9.  Waiting in line
10.  People who are rude at work. 

(Daily Mail


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The Top Ten Things Most Likely To Get You Unfriended on Facebook

According to a new survey, here are the ten things most likely to get you UNFRIENDED on Facebook. Are you quilty of any of these? ~Dennis

1.  BRAGGING too much.  68% of people have unfriended someone for it.     

2.  Sappy status updates about your love life . . . 61%.

3.  Because you never see each other in REAL LIFE . . . 57%.

4.  Too many status updates . . . 49%.

5.  Annoying status updates . . . 41%.

6.  Inappropriate photos . . . 34% 

7.  Sharing too much personal information in your status updates . . . 27%.

8.  Bad language . . . 22%.

9.  Friending THEIR friends . . . 14%.

10.  Vacation photos that make other people jealous . . . 11%. 

(Female First)

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