Sabtu, 23 Juni 2012
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Kamis, 14 Juni 2012
Something to check before you call the AC repair man
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Sometimes the controls upstairs get stuck and do not shut the unit down!
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Rabu, 13 Juni 2012
Have a family sit down and get everyone on the same page about this, OK? Indeed it's really cool to share pix and updates with grandma and grampa, moms, dads and friends when you're away—but guess what?—lots of folks know you're away .Even the Bad Guys!
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Jumat, 08 Juni 2012
Minggu, 03 Juni 2012
2-LEVELS OF LIVING SPACE~
First Floor Features 2-Bedrooms 2-Full Baths Kitchen~ Living Dining and Laundry Rooms~ Lower Level Hosts Family Room w/Fireplace and 1/2 Bath~ 1-Car Garage included~ 1-Assigned Parking Space` 6-Block Walk to Train~ 1-Mile to I355/88~ 3.5 miles to Navistar and Lisle Corporate Corridor~
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Jumat, 01 Juni 2012
Hundreds of millions of dollars meant to provide a little relief to the nation’s struggling homeowners is being diverted to plug state budget gaps.The money was part of a national settlement valued at $25 billion and negotiated with five big banks over abuses in their mortgage and foreclosure processes.
The settlement, reached in February after a year of talks and intervention by the Obama administration, was the second-largest in history involving the states, trailing the tobacco industry settlement, and represented the first large-scale commitment by banks to provide direct aid to borrowers.
In Texas, $125 million went straight to the general fund. Missouri will use its $40 million to soften cuts to higher education. Indiana is spending more than half its allotment to pay energy bills for low-income families, while Virginia will use most of its $67 million to help revenue-starved local governments.