18 Apr 2015
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With spring in full swing up and down the east coast, Tri-State region and throughout New York and The Big Apple, we are getting real busy here at MOVING MASTERS moving happy customers and their homes and offices all over the place. We love our work and our customers, and we’d love to be your flat-rate, long distance moving company when you need the best.
Call on us, and don’t be shy! We’re here to help you. And at this moment we’re ready to share some great humor with all our followers and friends. But remember…”Prevent a Disaster! Call Moving Masters and Move It Faster!!” Drop on by our website and contact us! Here: Website: http://www.movingmasters.net
SOME HUMOR FOR THIS GORGEOUS SPRING DAY:
What’s the difference between chopped beef and pea soup?
Everyone can chop beef, but not everyone can pea soup!
Why don’t aliens eat clowns.
Because they taste funny.
What do you call a fish with no eyes?
What do you get when you cross an elephant and a rhino?
Two peanuts walk into a bar.
One was a salted.
There are 2 cowboys in the kitchen. Which one is the real cowboy?
The one on the range.
A Horse goes into a bar and the bartender says
“Hey buddy, Why the Long Face”
Q. Where do you find a one legged dog?
A. Where you left it.
Where does the one legged waitress work?
Know why a room full of married people looks so empty?
There’s not a Single person in it.
A blonde walked into a bar…
16 Apr 2015
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Tags: adages, grand teton
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It stands to reason if you got a word like “grand” in your name, then there must be something pretty grand about you. This couldn’t be more true than Grand Teton National Park. In fact, Grand Teton is not only grand, it’s downright epic!
Grand Teton National Park is actually one of the most spectacular, awe-inspiring places in America. Reaching elevations from 6,320 to 13,770 feet and established as a national park in 1929, Grand Teton in Wyoming is rife with glacier mountains, scenic drives, hiking trails, deep-pooled lakes, a vast array of fauna and flora, and an abundance of amazing wildlife. Here’s your chance to see grizzly and black bears, coyotes, gray wolves, bison, elk, pronghorns and bald eagles, a variety of smaller mammals (such as the Uinta ground squirrel) and the wild and epic Snake River.
We at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT can’t wait to be teaching and working with our military veterans and sharing in the grand adventure that is Grand Teton National Park. With the support of so many and our operational plan gathering momentum, this is not only a dream but a grand reality destined to happen!
To learn more about this magnificent national park, you can visit this very informative site: http://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/index.htm. To learn more about the 59 Vets and our grand project to help veterans, stop on by our main website here: http://59veterans.com/. For you know, we can’t wait to meet you along the trail and for us to ascend the summit together!
15 Apr 2015
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Tags: club rain, concerts, fan club, performances, performing, queen ofir fan club
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Queen Ofir’s recent concert at the prestigious Club Rain was an incredible success and amazing event. And all of us here at the Queen Ofir Fan Club feel really bad if you missed it. But she has other major concerts coming up that you don’t have to miss! Just check back here and visit her Facebook fan page from time to time and also leave a like so we can keep you apprised of upcoming events.
Nothing is as stupendous as beautiful music that is beautifully performed at a live concert. We hope you get to experience the ultimate live performance when Queen Ofir performs her next stupendous concert…coming soon!
Visit us here: https://www.facebook.com/QUEENOFIR?focus_composer=true&ref=aymt_homepage_panel
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14 Apr 2015
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This is only one major reason why we need high speed rail. Now. Here in America. An end to our dependence on foreign oil (a savings in billions of dollars each year) and to our dependence on gas-guzzling cars and the furthering of massive pollution are other reasons. Then there are the tens of thousands of new and permanent jobs HSR would bring.
Want to learn more about high speed rail and how we can bring our country on a par with China and Europe and out of the Dark Ages of technology? Come read our book Fast Trains. Check it out here and then write a letter to private corporations and billionaires and tell them to get their heads out of the ground!
Check out Fast Trains here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00847FNNK
12 Apr 2015
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Moving Masters wants to continue to be the best movers and moving company in all of New York, the Tri-State region and east coast. And this we do for our neighbors and friends—and especially seniors and veterans–and everyone who seek a quality moving service.
So we hope you will contact us when you need the highest quality flat-rate long distance moving company to get your home or office moved quickly, efficiently and safely. Visit our website and drop us a note so we can serve you. And please enjoy our cute video there! Here: http://movingmasters.net/
Meanwhile, to all our online followers and friends, here are some moving tips to help you when you need to move, which is our pleasure to share from the dynamic online company realtor.com:
Check your new city to see if your bank has a branch nearby. If not, you may need to switch banks; this is especially true if your bank is regional.
Don’t forget to grab anything you have in your safety deposit box, as well.
If you can, have your current doctor call in prescriptions to a pharmacy in your new town. This will give you time to pick out the right doctor—not just one that is available.
Keep your old doctor’s number so you can contact them when you need paperwork forwarded to your new doctor.
If you’re keeping your health insurance plan, look for doctors in your new area that will accept it. If you need to switch providers or update your plan, try to do so before you move.
If not, ask your insurance agent for a recommendation, call the local chamber of commerce or research companies online.
MORE MOVING TIPS TO COME!
11 Apr 2015
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Tags: air crashes, airplanes, Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, distinguished service cross, Eastern Air Lines, Indianapolis Speedway, Medal of Honor winners, world war 1, WWI, WWI war hero
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After surviving a near-fatal airline crash and massive injuries in 1941 and injuring himself further by helping other victims from that crash, former WWI war hero Captain Eddie Rickenbacker a little over a year later experienced another near-fatal airline crash–this time in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
This is a story in itself: For 24 days Rickenbacker and crew mates drifted in life rafts at sea and their food supply ran out after three days. Then, on the eighth day, a seagull landed on Eddie’s head, which he manage to capture and which provided sustenance and kept them alive till they were finally rescued near death from dehydration and starvation. Such miracles followed Eddie Rickenbacker throughout his life!
Born October 8, 1890, Edward Vernon Rickenbacker was a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor and America’s most successful fighter ace in World War I with 26 aerial victories. He was also a race car driver (he raced four times in the Indianapolis 500) and automotive designer, a military consultant to the U.S. government, a pioneer in air transportation (longtime head of Eastern Air Lines) and owner of the Indianapolis Speedway. Besides winning the Medal of Honor, Captain Eddie was awarded America’s second highest award for valor, the Distinguished Service Cross…seven times!
The life story of Eddie Rickenbacker is truly an amazing one, and he remains one of our country’s most decorated and bravest war heroes. To read more about his illustrious life, visit this great site: http://militaryhistory.about.com/od/airforce/p/rickenbacker.htm. And to learn about our 59 Veterans Project, please visit us online here: http://www.59veterans.com. We salute Eddie Rickenbacker and all our veterans, past and present, and those who wear the uniform and walk the wall. All of us are honored by your service!
“Courage is doing what you’re afraid to do. There can be no courage unless you’re scared.” –Eddie Rickenbacker