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eNews Journal: Custom Duct Tape Wallets for Sale Online

November 14, 2013

eNews Journal: Custom Duct Tape Wallets for Sale Online : With the holiday shopping season in full swing, now is the time to buy a duct tape wallet for your loved one, friends and co-workers. These duct tape wallets make perfect present to hand out at holiday parties and events, to friends and family members, or even to gift yourself with one. For more information on ducttape wallets, go to freakywallet.com or e-mail freakywallet@gmail.com

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Angel Dental Care: Cosmetic Dentistry for the Holiday Season http://www.honestdentistry.com

January 9, 2013

Angel Dental Care: Cosmetic Dentistry for the Holiday Season http://www.honestdentistry.com : With the holidays just around the corner, Angel Dental Care wants you to know that they cherish your smile. While tending to their patients needs with care,

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Angel Dental Care: Cosmetic Dentistry for the Holiday Season http://www.honestdentistry.com – Way2Press Release

January 9, 2013

Angel Dental Care: Cosmetic Dentistry for the Holiday Season http://www.honestdentistry.com – Way2Press Release

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New Years & Holiday DUI Checkpoints – Text NODUI to 51515

December 6, 2012
New Years & Holiday DUI Checkpoints – Text NODUI to 51515

mrcheckpoint.com – New Years DUI Checkpoints, Christmas DUI Checkpoints, & Holiday DUI Checkpoints – Text NODUI to 51515 MrCheckpoint helps deter drunk driving and promotes public safety by publicizing the DUI checkpoints via text message and social media. The holidays can be dangerous on the road! Plan ahead and help deter drunk driving. Twitter twitter.com or @mrcheckpoint Facebook: facebook.com Google Plus: gplus.to For Holiday Advertising Inquiries Call 855-672-4325 or visit mrcheckpoint.com

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Massachusetts Sobriety Check Points

November 20, 2012
Massachusetts Sobriety Check Points

DUI Attorney Michael Bowser explains sobriety check points (or road blocks) in Massachusetts, which are especially prevalent during the holiday season. Attorney Bowser has successfully defended hundreds of cases for clients charged with drunk driving, commonly referred to as “Operating Under the Influence” (OUI) in Massachusetts. Attorney Bowser has developed a well earned reputation for being one of the top drunk driving defense attorneys in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. www.bowserlaw.com

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Holiday DUI crackdown underway

September 1, 2012
Holiday DUI crackdown underway

Millions of Californians are hitting the roads this holiday weekend and can expect maximim DUI enforcement from CHP.

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July Holiday Forecast Announcement 2012

June 27, 2012
July Holiday Forecast Announcement 2012

July Holiday Forecast Announcement 2012 AAA is Committed to improving the lives of 51 million members across North America. When you think of AAA, you probably think of maps and directions and emergency roadside assistance, some of our top services. But did you know that AAA offers many services to help with your travel planning. […]

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Holiday Travel Survival Tips

June 23, 2012
Holiday Travel Survival Tips

Holiday Travel Survival Tips AAA is Committed to improving the lives of 51 million members across North America. When you think of AAA, you probably think of maps and directions and emergency roadside assistance, some of our top services. But did you know that AAA offers many services to help with your travel planning. http://www.youtube.com/v/u49ErBFmLz0?version=3&f=user_uploads&app=youtube_gdata […]

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Bulls Stun Lakers On Derrick Rose’s Game-Winner

February 17, 2012

LOS ANGELES — Derrick Rose scored 22 points and hit a short go-ahead jumper with 4.8 seconds to play, and the Chicago Bulls rallied from an 11-point deficit in the final four minutes for an 88-87 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday. Luol Deng scored 21 points and blocked Kobe Bryant’s short shot right before the buzzer as the Bulls hung on for a thrilling finish to both clubs’ first Christmas meeting. Bryant scored 28 points and committed eight turnovers while playing with a torn wrist ligament for the Lakers, who nearly shook off their tumultuous preseason for a surprising win. Instead, Los Angeles was outscored 17-5 in the final 3:36. Deng scored nine points in the fourth quarter for the Bulls, including a three-point play and two free throws in the final 45 seconds as Chicago snapped a five-game road losing streak against the Lakers. Carlos Boozer had 15 points for the Bulls, who have designs on a championship run after leading the NBA with 62 regular-season victories last season. Chicago struggled mightily against Brown’s new defensive schemes for the Lakers in the second half, managing just 25 percent shooting (12 for 48) – but Rose and Deng bailed out the Bulls. Bryant couldn’t finish strong in his NBA-record 14th Christmas Day appearance for the Lakers, who had an 11-point lead with 3:45 to play before Chicago pulled within 87-86 on Deng’s free throws with 20.4 seconds left. Bryant wore a compression sleeve on his right arm while playing without a brace on his right wrist after getting hurt last week. He appeared to have trouble handling the ball, but displayed a fairly smooth jump shot and his usual superb footwork. Pau Gasol added 14 points for the Lakers, but was held scoreless in the fourth quarter while committing four fouls. Los Angeles also played without suspended center Andrew Bynum and departed sixth man Lamar Odom in the debut of coach Mike Brown, who replaced 11-time champion Phil Jackson. Chicago finally awoke after Los Angeles pushed its fourth-quarter lead to 82-71 with 3:45 to play. The Bulls’ 10-3 run was abetted by four straight missed free throws by the Lakers before Bryant hit a short fadeaway with 54 seconds left. Deng’s three-point play trimmed the lead to 87-84, and Bryant fouled Deng after missing his own shot on the Lakers’ possession. Rose opened his first season as the reigning MVP by taking just five shots in the first half before taking charge late. The youngest MVP in league history also got a five-year, $94 million contract extension four days ago. The Lakers’ 13th straight Christmas appearance was the second straight for the Bulls, who returned to the holiday slate last season for the first time since the last of Michael Jordan’s six championship campaigns in 1997. While the Bulls remained cohesive and consistent in the offseason, nobody knows what to expect from the 16-time champion Lakers after their tumultuous offseason. Brown said he only installed about a third of his defense-based system during the truncated training camp, and he had to make further changes when the club abruptly traded Odom to Dallas no players in return after failing to acquire Chris Paul from New Orleans. The Staples Center crowd murmured quizzically when Los Angeles announced a starting lineup including second-year pro Devin Ebanks and newcomer Josh McRoberts, who’s filling in while Bynum sits out four games for bad behavior in the Mavericks’ Game 4 sweep of the Lakers in the second round last spring. Both teams gave away small leads in the first half, but Rose’s 3-pointer kick-started a 9-2 run in the final 1:07, and he put the Bulls up 56-47 at halftime with assists on Deng’s 3-pointer and three-point play in the final seconds. Los Angeles began the second half with an 18-7 run, clicking on both ends while claiming a one-point lead heading into the fourth quarter. NOTES: Bryant’s 14th Christmas game in his 16 NBA seasons surpassed the record jointly held by Earl Monroe, Dolph Schayes and Shaquille O’Neal. … Richard Hamilton scored six points in his first start for the Bulls, who signed the veteran shooter 11 days earlier. … Veteran Lakers Matt Barnes, Luke Walton and Jason Kapono didn’t get into the game. … Fans near courtside included Kanye West, Adam Levine, Terrell Owens, Frank Robinson and Maria Shriver. See original here: Bulls Stun Lakers On Derrick Rose’s Game-Winner

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Holiday Pet Safety Tips

December 25, 2011

The holiday season is fun for family and friends, but many hazards to pets can go unnoticed, according to the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles. “The most joyous time of year is unfortunately one of the dangerous times for pets,” spcaLA President Madeline Bernstein said in a news release. “Taking some easy precautionary measures is the best way to ensure that you and your pet will have a happy and healthy holiday season.” Here are some suggestions for keeping pets safe from  spcaLA  and AllState Insurance: Keep holiday plants like poinsettias, holly, mistletoe, hibiscus and lilies away from your pets. According to AllState, certain plants affect certain animals and breeds differently, so make sure to research which plants are OK to have around  pets. On a similar note, make sure pets stay away from human food. Fatty foods like turkey skin and gravy can cause pancreatitis, according to spcaLA, and cooked bones from leftovers can splinter and get caught in an animal’s digestive system—which can be fatal. Raisins, grapes and chocolate are toxic to dogs, and alcoholic beverages can cause nausea or an upset stomach in animals. Be careful with holiday decorations and Christmas trees. A dog or cat could break or knock down a tree while playing with an ornament. Tiny decorations, ornament hooks and tinsel can look appetizing, but they can be fatal if swallowed, according to spcaLA. Instead, use ribbon or yarn to hang ornaments. Avoid using long strings, lights or decor in areas pets can reach—they could get tangled up or choke, AllState warns. Cover electrical cords with tape and cord covers, so pets don’t trip or get burned or electrocuted because they chewed through electrical cords, spcaLA advises. Avoid adding chemicals to a Christmas tree’s water to make it last longer, AllState said. The chemicals could harm dogs or cats that choose to drink out of the bowl. Keep a pet’s routine as consistent as possible. While the multitude of parties and last-minute shopping may be fun for people, pets like routine and don’t adapt well to change, according to AllState. Create a “safe zone” for pets—a quiet room with their bed and their own toys—so they won’t be stressed by the holiday hustle and bustle. Playing classical music may help. All dogs and cats should wear identification tags with their owner’s current address and/or phone number in case they slip out during holiday festivities. Contact information on microchips should also be updated, according to spcaLA. AllState recommends that pets stay current on their vaccinations in case they do escape. Scented candles may smell nice, but they should be carefully watched so they’re not tipped over. A curious cat may try to bat the flame and get burned. Make sure all candles are blown out before people leave the room. Keep a list of emergency phone numbers—including the veterinarian’s, a 24-hour pet hospital and the  Animal Poison Control Center —easily accessible, just in case. Nobody wants to spend the holidays in an emergency room, whether it’s one for humans or one for animals, but it never hurts to be prepared. Be sure to follow  Beverly Hills  Patch on  Twitter  and “Like” us on  Facebook . Visit link: Holiday Pet Safety Tips

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