CONNECTION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION - MUTUAL AID SOCIETY OF AMERICA, LLP RESOLUTION - Can the Ethical Sector reform the Private and Public Sectors? By Jim Miller The issue is transition. Given that the Mondragon Experiment has shown by a preponderance of the evidence that cooperation trumps competition in our business models, can the lessons of this experiment be learned by the “free enterprise” [private capital] sector? Homemade MREs For quite a while now, I've wanted to make up my own "MREs" for my Get Home Bag (GHB). I was recently out scouting some properties, and realized that my GHB only had some packs of tuna and some candy in them. I had broken my own Cardinal Rule - If you use it, replace it immediately. So, I went about making up some MRE packages. Now, these are not true MREs, in that their shelf life is less than half of the 5 years of a commercial MRE, but I figured they were WAY less expensive (remember this later on in the post...). I assembled my "ingredients" based on "Best By" date, calories and protein content.
Blogging for Money - Make Money Blogging While Traveling and Travel Blogging for Money How to pay for travel is the eternal question for student travelers and backpackers. A job that travels with you, like blogging for money, is a solution whose time has come. Getting online to work is getting easier worldwide, even from the unbeaten paths (more on that below). Takes some serious time to set up a good blog, though, and you won't make a ton of money blogging unless you really work it like a job. Destinations Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to page options Skip directly to site content CDCHome Destinations Cooperative Extension Search: Home - Framasoft Framafox www.ces.purdue.edu www.ces.purdue.edu/extmedia/sps/sps-100-w.pdf yoakum.agrilife.org
8 Abandoned Theme Parks Abroad “Open” for Exploration Call it exoticism: theme parks outside the US seem just a smidgen creepier than those we grew up visiting. Safety guidelines are questionable, attractions are a bit lees planned-out, and themes are chosen with a decidedly laissez-faire attitude. Although these factors might be a detriment to theme parks while they’re still in business, they certainly increase foreign parks’ appeal to urban explorers with an eye for the bizarre once they’ve been abandoned. Between South Korea’s affinity for anthropomorphic roller coasters, Japan’s misguided desire the please the Ruskies, and Berlin’s story of a carnival master turned Peruvian drug smuggler, exploring international abandoned parks is a big notch on any urban explorer’s camera strap. But take note! Breaking into these parks is not for the faint of heart (or slow of step).
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Hobbiton: Sheep 1, Hobbits 0 Matamata in New Zealand was the place chosen to film the Hobbiton scenes of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy of movies. After the film was finished the farm upon which the Hobbit village was created asked if some of the hobbit homes could remain to serve as an additional tourist attraction to the area. ...And so it was. However, it does look as if the sheep have discovered a new home and evicted the previous hobbit owners. A shame in some ways. However, the structures were never built and then fully furnished - all the scene's inside of Bilbo's house were shot in a studio far away.