I have had some experience in banking, and am influenced by some investors, Sir Li Ka Shing, and Warren Buffet. The Market will grow in much more sustainable, and i think interesting, ways. Id like to be a part of it, investing my own money, as well as being able to talk about it with others. The Securities Course in the first step.
There are beautiful apartments on Richviews, close to Teta, and the UCCC.
Spacious, well lit. Affordable.
I start working again today. Remember rule of wealth creation #1: it’s not how much you make, it’s how much you save! Budget, budget, budget!
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The Buell Motorcycle Company was an American motorcycle manufacturer based in East Troy, Wisconsin and founded by ex-Harley-Davidson engineer Erik Buell. The company first partnered with Harley-Davidson in 1993, and became a wholly owned subsidiary of Harley by 2003. On November 17, 2006, Buell announced that it had produced and shipped its 100,000th motorcycle.
2003 Buell Lightning XB9S
A Streetfighter is a superbike that is customized by removing the fairing, and making other changes that result in an overall more aggressive look.1 Beyond simply removing fairings, specific changes that exemplify the streetfighter look are a pair of large, round headlights, tall, upright handlebars such as those on a motocross bike, and short, loud, lightweight mufflers.
Made popular by European riders, this type of custom motorcycle is gaining popularity all over the world, and motorcycle manufacturers began responding in the late 1990s by adopting the terminology  and producing factory built streetfighters, beginning with the 1994 Triumph Speed Triple5 and the 1999 Honda X11, up through the 2009 Ducati Streetfighter.
The last Ducati Streetfighter model
Later streetfighters used custom-built frames intended to overcome the weakness of the tubular steel frames of the early 4-cylinder superbikes of the 1970s and 80’s. Many of these frames turned out to be “beautifully crafted pieces of metallurgical art,” perhaps only unintentionally. Many were also originally racing machines.
that’s, 75 push ups in, three minutes, twice a day.
I’ll consider this task done after three months.
That will be, Thurs. Nov. 4 2010.
Placement agencies can be a huge asset, they already have the network in place for a given industry. Once on the job site, permanent employment can be gained over time, and effort. As well, once on a job site, contacting others in the neighborhood about openings, speaking to managers, and dropping off resumes is much easier once you have momentum.
I just glanced through the Toronto Finger Style Guitar, http://myspace.com/torontofingerstyleguitar site. These guys are for real. Their just the sort of inspiration I need. The skill of others (Ira Quinsey http://myspace.com/iraquinsey), that have built a community and can share their experience with me.
Perfect. Now it imporatant to remind myself of how important this is to me, to give myself the emotional motivation to get through the hard parts.
This i can start doing right now. I have the guitar, a book, computer. Schedual some time everyday, sit down, and play with it.
A café racer, originally pronounced “caff” (as in Kaff) racer, is a type of motorcycle as well as a type of motorcyclist. Both meanings have their roots in the 1960s British counterculture group the Rockers, or the Ton-up boys, although they were also common in Italy, Germany, and other European countries.
Rockers were a young and rebellious Rock and Roll counterculture that wanted a fast, personalized and distinctive bike to travel between transport cafés along the newly built arterial motorways in and around British towns and cities. The goal of many was to be able to reach 100 miles per hour (called simply “the ton”) along such a route where the rider would leave from a cafe, race to a predetermined point and back to the cafe before a single song could play on the jukebox, called record-racing. They are remembered as being especially fond of Rockabilly music and their image is now embedded in today’s rockabilly culture.
Rockers on Cafe Racers at Cafe, UK.
A classic example of this was to race from the Ace Cafe on The North Circular road in NW London to the Hanger Lane junction as it then was – it is now the more famous Hanger Lane Gyratory System – and back again. The aim was to get back to the Ace Cafe before the record you’d put onto the jukebox had finished. Given that some of the Eddie Cochran tunes that were in vogue at this time were less than 2 minutes long, the racers would have had to traverse the three miles round trip at extremely high speed.
I road my first motorcycle, a honda 75cc when I was like 8 years old. I remember flying off a hill full hilt. I got serious air! Came down safely, luckly, I got scared, never road again!
I want to ride again.
at the Arnold Challenge, clean 60kg kettle bell, 60 times!
It was such a strong show of strength, and how unassuming the kettle bell lifter appeared, it reminded me of just how powerful, kettle bell training is. I have a small home gym, and I’m getting a lot out of it. I really want, an arsenal of kettle bells! A 2 16kg kettle bells. Wo ye!
My Spiritual Father, Fr.John, gave me two very good pieces of advice,
1)join a club, 2)get a dog. The dog I want is a big one, having moved so many times in my life, having a big dog, exploites my laziness for the better, cause like who would want to move so much if you have to lug a 100lb dog around with you? Then food and everything!!! No way. Ha ha, I have a name for the bum sniffer, and no it’s not lug, Beauchamp, Bull Mastiffs are english breeds after all.