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20-year-old Star Wars Biscuits & Vitamins | Ashens
 
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Expired Medicine: What Do I Do With It? - #TossItTuesday
 
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Expired medicine… I could write a dissertation on this topic, but here’s a super short CliffsNotes version. It turns out it’s not as dangerous as we think to continue to use expired medicine. However, medicine does lose its potency as it ages so the longer it is passed its expiration date the less effective it will be & the more unhappy you may be the next time you seek its healing powers. Now, please note, expiration dates do carry more weight when we are talking about managing serious health issues like diabetes, heart disease, etc. In addition, disposal of serious prescription drugs such as narcotics & opioids should be handled differently… preferably through drug take-back programs. However, on this #TossItTuesday we're focusing on the less serious, over-the-counter stuff (cold medicine, headache medicine, etc) that clutters our medicine cabinets, linen closets, kitchen cabinets or wherever you keep your stash. Go through it this week & follow this FDA approved method to safely dispose of those ancient elixirs & pills that will no longer do the job as well as you need them to. #JPtips P.S. - For some additional reading on this topic check out these two sources FDA Guidelines for Medicine Disposal - http://jptips.co/FDAguidelines Harvard Health Publications - “Drug Expiration Dates: Do They Mean Anything?” http://jptips.co/HarvardHealth-DrugExDates Subscribe for more videos & #JPtips - http://jptips.co/JPYTSubscribe ---- FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL ---- YouTube - http://jptips.co/JPYTSubscribe Instagram - http://instagram.com/jeffreyphillipJP Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/JeffreyPhillipJP Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/JeffreyPhillip Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/jeffreyphillip Questions? Comments? Say hello below & let me know what you think. I'd love to hear from you & learn more about what you want to see & learn here!
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Best Time To Take Vitamins and Supplements
 
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Do you know how to take your vitamins and supplements? Timing is everything when it comes to taking your vitamins and supplements, so we've put together a guide to help you maximize the powerful health benefits that come from taking them at the right time. Read more about this on our blog: http://blog.professionalsupplementcenter.com/the-best-time-to-take-nutritional-supplements/ Morning: -Probiotics - Probiotics are best taken in the morning on an empty stomach. • When the stomach is empty, digestive activity is quiet and stomach acid and pH balance are relatively low, increasing the chances for the helpful microorganisms to thrive. -Iron - Iron is best absorbed in the morning on an empty stomach. • Caffeine, dairy and calcium can negatively affect absorption, so it's best to avoid these for several hours after taking iron. -Multivitamins - Take multivitamins with your first meal. In the morning! • As multivitamins contain both water and fat soluble vitamins, be sure to include some healthy fats with your meal for optimal absorption. -B-Complex vitamins - Taking B vitamins with breakfast helps to boost your metabolism and convert your food into energy, which can be used throughout the day. -Vitamin C- Vitamin C is best taken in the morning to support the immune system and boost energy levels. • Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that lasts only a few hours in the blood stream, so if your formula recommends more than 1 tablet per day, take it in divided doses with meals to get the full benefit. Noon: -CoQ10 - CoQ10 is best taken at lunch time with a meal that contains dietary fats. • Avoid taking CoQ10 late in the day so it doesn't disturb your sleep. -Vitamin D - Vitamin D is best taken with a meal that contains dietary fats. • It's possible that Vitamin D can negatively affect sleep, so lunch time is a good time to get your Vitamin D. -Iodine - Iodine is not stored in the body, so regular intake is needed. kelp tablets taken with lunch may boost midday energy levels. -Vitamin K - Vitamin K is best absorbed along with dietary fats and ideally should be taken during the middle of the day. • Avoid taking vitamin K if you are taking Coumadin or any anticoagulant prescription drug, as Vitamin K can interfere with the effects of the medication. Night: - Fish oil - Important to support many aspects of health, fish oil is best taken with a main meal like dinner to aid absorption. -Calcium - Calcium aids nerve transmission and muscle function. To get the full benefit, take calcium in the evening along with magnesium. -Magnesium - Magnesium has a calming effect on the muscles and nervous system and may aid restful sleep. • Magnesium works synergistically with calcium, so take these together either as individual supplements or in a combined formula. In addition: -Digestive Enzymes - Digestive enzymes can be taken with any meal or within 30 minutes of your meal. Unless you have serious digestive issues, they don't necessarily need to be taken with light meals or snacks, but can be very beneficial for optimal breakdown and absorption of nutrients when taken with main meals. -Fiber - Fiber supplements may be taken either first thing in the morning or before bed. Be sure to take fiber with a full glass of water and get plenty of water during the day. Fiber can delay or reduce the absorption of certain medications so always check with your healthcare provider before taking. Should you have any questions about the best time to take supplements or any other supplement related questions, please call or email Professional Supplement Center. SUBSCRIBE TO US HERE! YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.co/c/Professionalsupplementcenter --------------------------------- NEWSLETTER: http://www.professionalsupplementcenter.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GET SOCIAL WITH US! --------------------------------- FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheProfessionalSupplementCenter TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PscSocial PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/pscenter/pins/ BLOG: http://blog.professionalsupplementcenter.com/
MILK IN GARDENING - Benefits of Milk in Garden Soil as Fertilizer - Blossom End Rot Treatment
 
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Did you know that Milk can be good for your garden and use of milk in gardening can work as a fertilizer and help get rid of plant diseases like powdery mildew and viruses. To know more about this and the exact recipe to use in gardening watch this entire video on how to use milk in garden soul as a fertilizer. Firstly, we shall talk about the benefits of milk in gardening and then in the end about the recipe and how to use it on your plants. 1. Firstly, its use as a FERTILIZER – Milk contains calcium, beneficial proteins, vitamin B and sugars that are good for plants, improving their overall health and crop yields. SO treatment of calcium deficiency in plants with milk spray. 2. Used as a quick remedy for Blossom End Rot (BER) commonly seen in tomato and pepper and spraying milk on the plant leaves helps a lot – that’s called foliar feeding. This Blossom end rot is due to lack of calcium either in the soil or a defect in the plant system to uptake calcium from soil. 3. Milk has been used as an effective antifungal agent, specially in the prevention of powdery mildew. 4. Milk has been used in pesticide applications, especially for aphids. And also milk has been effective in reducing the transmission of mosaic leaf viruses such as tobacco mosaic. There are certain drawbacks of using milk in garden, like: 1. Excessive use of milk can help harmful bacteria to multiply and spoil the plant producing a foul odour and then poor plant growth. 2. Rarely it can induce plant rot and some leaf spots if used inadvertently. But, whatever, the benefits are a good thing for us in gardening. SO lets learn how to correctly use the milk in garden. It’s a simple formula – just two points on this: - If it's skim milk, you can pour or spray it directly onto your plant's leaves - this is called foliar feeding. The leaves will absorb the milk solution. - Secondly to be on the safer side, use 50 percent Milk + 50% Water and spray on the plants foliage. Now the question is How often you can do this – the answer is – use of milk monthly once is recommended. And for plants already suffering from blossom end rot problem, along with this quick remedy, you can also used calcium nitrate spray, egg shell powder in soil, bone meal powder and also garden lime in soil. - - Thirdly – one Gardening Hack to use this milk solution : You can pour the milk solution around the base of the plants where the roots will gradually absorb the milk especially for smaller gardens. The gardening hack here is: Place the top portion of a 1or 2-liter bottle containing milk solution (upside down) in the soil next to the plant. This makes an excellent hack to offer both water and milk feed to your plants. Lastly 2 more TIPS: - 1. When you are finished with your milk container, before you wash it out, fill it with water and shake it and water your plants - 2. Do not spray any form of chemical pesticide or chemical fertilizer after applying milk fertilizer. This can affect the useful ingredients in milk that actually help the plants— that’s the commensal bacteria. Well, that’s all in this episode folks, If you have any comments and better ideas, do let us know in the comments section below the video. Also please give a thumbs up if you like the video. Then subscribe to the channel and share my videos. Thanks for watching and Happy Gardening! RELATED VIDEOS: Earthworms in Garden Soil: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OI9f8Hml0pY Milk in Gardening: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61WEepnGMYY Vermiculite and Perlite: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0ow7crxUfA Alcohol in Gardening: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieOmupCDpxc Alum in Garden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMOoJZamO-E Baking Soda in Garden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2AkJgywb3w Hydrogen Peroxide in Garden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLvN64IOOcM Egg Shell Powder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4VXKc2d868 Home Made Fertilizers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96WkreSu3vY Neem Oil Pesticide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6TtdKGIE-0 Epsom Salt in Garden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1jw4b1LelE Aspirin for plants: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkq0puoqx5Q Vinegar in garden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZYv80dJUts Bone Meal for Flowering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDF2L_ColyI Rooting Hormone : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uw8021WWjPM Free SUBSCRIBE TO Our Channel at: http://www.youtube.com/c/gardentips?sub_confirmation=1 CLICK NOTIFICATION BELL TO "ON" TO RECEIVE UPDATES! Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gkvk.net/ Our Twitter URL: https://twitter.com/gkvk_in Our Instagram Link: https://www.instagram.com/gkvk.in #milkingarden, #milk Please LIKE and Share your Thoughts and COMMENTS below. Also please SUBSCRIBE to our channel with Notification Bell "Turned On" to receive notifications on new additions and activity of our channel. CHECK OUR PLAYLISTS: https://www.youtube.com/gardentips/playlists #gardening, #gardentips
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Can you make something from expired tablets.
 
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Put Vinegar On Your Plants And This Will Happen
 
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There's a handy ingredient probably sitting in your pantry just waiting to provide an array of super benefits. Vinegar. did you know you can safely use this ingredient in the garden too? Check out a few clever ways you can use vinegar (white and apple cider) where your veggies and plants spend their days: 1.Vinegar for weeds: Instead of spending a lot of money on toxic chemicals to get rid of the weeds in your garden, pouring apple cider vinegar directly on the weeds. The acetic acid will stop weed growth without damaging the soil. 2.Get rid of ants: Ants don't like the smell of vinegar, so you can keep them at bay by mixing 1-part water and 1-part vinegar in a spray bottle and attacking ant hills with the solution. Both white vinegar and apple cider vinegar work well. 3. Freshen flowers: Cut a pretty bouquet of flowers from your garden and keep them fresh by adding two tablespoons of vinegar and a teaspoon of sugar to a quart of water, and add your flowers.  4.Feed your plants: Some plants (like Gardenias, Holly, and Begonias) thrive on acidic soil. You can give those plants some extra love by spritzing with a mixture of 1 gallon of water with 1 cup of white vinegar. 5.Test the PH level of your soil: The acid levels in your soil can affect how well plants grow. You can run a simple test on your dirt by placing a bit of the soil in a container and then add 1/2 cup vinegar. If the vinegar begins to fizzle and bubble, the soil is too alkaline. Add sulfur or peat moss to even out the soil's acidity. 6.Remove allergens from your hands: If you've been digging in the dirt with your bare hands, make sure to rinse your hands with white distilled vinegar. The vinegar will remove allergens and other debris so you don't start itching. 7.Keep common pets out of your garden Animals that love to get in your garden, like raccoons, rabbits, moles, rodents, and deer also happen to hate the smell of vinegar, so it will keep them out naturally without causing them harm. All you have to do is soak a few rags in your apple cider vinegar and place them strategically throughout your garden. Re-soak them once a week to ensure they retain their maximum effectiveness. And 8. Clean pots: Mix 1-part water, 1-part white distilled vinegar. Soak glazed, clay or plastic pots in the solution for at least an hour to remove stains and mineral deposits. Have You Ever Used Vinegar in Your Yard? Please share your experience in the comments below. Please Subscribe! ▶ https://goo.gl/ksfh7M NOTE: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. google plus: https://plus.google.com/b/113379601003474436812/113379601003474436812 Reference: www.naturallivingideas.com Images licensed under Creative Commons: www.wikihow.com canstockphoto.com
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Best Fertilizer to Boost Plant Growth in a New Garden
 
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the best fertilizer to boost your plant growth in a new garden or an old one. John will share his favorite fertilizer to get your plants off to a running start after starting them from seed or transplanting. John will share with you why compost tea is his favorite fertilizer to add microbes to your soil that will break down minerals and organic matter in the soil into plant available nutrients. Next, John will share how to easily brew your own compost tea using a garden filter, a five gallon bucket, an air pump with air stones and pre-made compost tea. Finally John will show you how to distribute the compost tea to all your plants in your garden quickly and easily. Referenced videos: Best Nursery in Houston for Perennial Vegetables: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VzILo5xxKQ Open Source Compost Tea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTijkwQaPRI Compost Tea vs Rock Dust Battle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxLWGHku3es Subscribe to GrowingYourGreens for more videos like this: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/growingyourgreens/ Watch over 1100 other GrowingYourGreens videos at: https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens/videos Help John buy a Farm and Get a Tee Shirt https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ghgUmXvqBw Purchase Boogie Brew Compost Tea at the Lowest GYG Prices: http://www.boogiebrew.net/gyg
Eat Oatmeal Everyday And See What Will Happens To Your Body - Benefits Of Oatmeal
 
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Eat Oatmeal Everyday And See What Will Happens To Your Body - Benefits Of Oatmeal !! We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast which includes oatmeal can do wonders for your health. Oats have been cultivated and used as a source of food and medicine for more than two thousand years. Moreover, oatmeal has been used for treating a number of conditions, including skin problems, intestinal disorders, nerve problems, and uterine issues. Here’s What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Oatmeal Everyday: Consult your doctor before making a change to your daily diet. Nutritional Benefits Of Eating Oatmeal Everyday: A half-cup of oatmeal contains 13 grams of protein and one small quarter-cup of oatmeal provides you with almost 100% of the recommended daily intake of manganese. Furthermore, oatmeal is rich in numerous antioxidants, including tocotrienols, vitamin E, phenolic acids, and phytic acid. Other nutrients it contains: vitamin B1, biotin, copper, phosphorus, molybdenum, and magnesium among other phytonutrients. Changes You Can See In Your Body When You Eat Oatmeal Everyday: Regular consumption of oatmeal can prevent obesity and weight gain since it has the ability to keep you full for longer and curb food cravings. You will notice positive changes in your body in a couple of ways. It will boost your energy and provides fiber that will keep you full longer. A bowl of oatmeal has a low-glycemic impact when consumed in the morning and it will provide you with a good source of energy throughout the morning hours, without a dramatic increase or drop in blood sugar levels. Oatmeal can help you reduce your total calorie intake by 81 percent. A study on high-GI breakfasts versus low-GI breakfasts and the later caloric intake in the day found that oatmeal has the ability to prevent people from over-consuming calories at later meals. Generally, most low calorie, low fat diets do not keep us full for longer. On the other hand, oatmeal helps you eat less throughout the rest of the day. This will result in weight loss and fat loss changes in the body. Other Health Benefits Of Eating Oatmeal Everyday:  Reduced cholesterol  Lower risk of cardiovascular disease  Lower risk of heart failure  Strong immune system  Controlled blood sugar levels and reduced risk of type2 diabetes  Prevent cancer due to its high fiber content  Whole grains protect from childhood asthma  Excellent grain alternative for people with celiac disease and for those who avoid gluten  Extend life expectancy What You Need To Know About Oat Processing: Oat groats: unflattened kernels that are good for using as a breakfast cereal or for stuffing. Steel-cut oats: featuring a dense and chewy texture, they are produced by running the grain through steel blades that thinly slices them. Old-fashioned oats: are flatter since they are steamed and then rolled. Quick-cooking oats: processed like old-fashioned oats, but they are cut finely before rolling. Instant oatmeal: produced by partially cooking the grains and then rolling them very thin. Oat bran: just the outer layer of the oat grain that resides under the hull. All of these choices can be your perfect and favorite meal. However, the less processed your meal is, the higher nutritional value it has. Choose steel-cut oats for your oatmeal breakfast. You can consume oatmeal as a grain alternative for each meal. For example, you can find a quinoa recipe and replace oatmeal as the grain. Article Link: https://goo.gl/n38aXT Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Life Hacks channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, directly contact your health care center.
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Plant Growth Experiment
 
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This is an experiment to determine what effect human supplements of mega vitamins and minerals has on plants. See: http://auldaney.blogspot.com conducted an experiment many years ago and found that fertilizer made plants grown larger and more full. This experiment was done over about a month, it produced negative results with fertilizer, however I believe I used too much. It made the plant grow long vertically. When I used that same pot the spider plant turned black. However, I found that the one with only water, the Control did better. The one with the human supplements was dramatic. The plant grew wider, with larger leaves. This supports my theory that there was more elements in the soil before the Flood of Noah, when plants, humans, and animals grew larger, were healthier, and live 10 times as long. This fact is also supported by the fact that dinosaurs, which us creation scientists believe lived with man before the Flood, had almost no diseases according to secular paleopathology research. Wounds and broken bones were found, but only two minor cases of arthritis.
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See What Happens When You Add Epsom Salt to Your Plants
 
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Epsom-salt is a natural mineral that was first discovered in Epsom, England. People typically use Epsom-salt in the bathroom to relieve aches and pains or internally as a laxative, but it is also a garden additive that expert gardeners swear by. It can help you produce lush, healthy plants, flowers and trees.  Here Are 7-Amazing Reasons to use Epsom-salt in your garden. 1.Make fruit Sweeter. Epsom-salt, when added to trees, bushes and vines that produce fruit, boosts the chlorophyll inside the plant. When plants have more chlorophyll, they have more energy, when they have more energy, they produce more sugar. More-sugar means sweeter fruit for you to enjoy.  2.Tree stump remover. Tree stump removal can be costly, but if you don't have the money to get a stump removed, let Epsom-salt come to your rescue. Simply drill few holes into the stump and fill in the holes with Epsom-salt. In weeks, the stump will begin rotting. 3.Epsom-salt increases Nutrient Absorption. Many commercial fertilizers add magnesium to help plant roots take up vital nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur.) For those using all organic materials to feed their gardens, adding Epsom-salt to soil will improve absorption naturally, eliminating the need for processed chemical-fertilizers. 4.Lush lawn fertilizer. If your lawn isn't lush and beautiful, it probably needs a little magnesium in its life. To perk-up grass, add 3-pounds of Epsom-salt to every 1,250 square feet of grass and then water your-lawn. 5.Beautiful blooming roses  Ever wonder why your neighbor’s rose bushes are fuller than yours and sport so many more blossoms? It is highly likely that the answer is Epsom-salt. Epsom-salt to rose bushes encourages them to produce larger flowers with darker, deeper colors. To incorporate Epsom-salt to your rose bush's diet, add it at the time of planting and when flowers are in bloom.  6.Keep leaves green Plants that aren’t getting enough magnesium can be identified by their yellowing leaves. This is because magnesium is an essential component in the production of chlorophyll. Try sprinkling Epsom-salt around your plants to achieve healthier foliage. About 1-tablespoon per 12-inches of height once a month will benefit the plants in your vegetable-garden, as well as any trees, shrubs, flowers and grasses you want to green-up. And 7. Produce abundant nightshades. Many people enjoy growing plants from the nightshade family such as peppers, tomatoes, eggplants and potatoes. All nightshades need a lot of magnesium, so that they produce greater yields. Epsom-salt also helps improve the flavor of nightshades. To ensure the nightshades you grow in your home garden are abundant and tasty. add 1-tablespoon of Epsom-salt to your peppers and tomatoes by sprinkling it around the base of the plant. If you want the salt to dissolve more-quickly, add it to a gallon of water and water the plants with the mixture. You should continue to add the Epsom-salt to your plants every 2-weeks.  Now if you have any better ideas and suggestion of using Epsom-salt in your garden, please share them in the comments below. Please Subscribe! ▶ https://goo.gl/ksfh7M Images licensed under Creative Commons: www.pixabay.com canstockphoto.com www.wikihow.com please note: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. google plus: https://plus.google.com/b/113379601003474436812/113379601003474436812
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Make Cheese Using Old Milk (Cheese and Milk Video)
 
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How to Use Old Milk - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Have you ever opened a container of milk and it kind of has that funny smell to it? Well, milk does get sour sometimes. That is the lactobacillus bacteria in our milk, which is eating the lactose or milk sugar and turning it in to lactic acid, making it taste a little bit sour. You do not have to throw out that milk out right away, even though you might not want to drink it anymore. There are some good uses for it. First of all, you can use it in almost any recipe that calls for butter milk. So if you are making pancakes or muffins that require butter milk, use that sour milk instead. But here is a creative idea that you might not have thought of. You could use that sour milk to make your own cheese. I like to use it to make an Indian cheese called 'paneer'. Which is often used in a dish called 'palak paneer' or paneer with spinach. The way you would do it, is to take our half gallon of milk, pour it in to a large sauce pan and bring it to a boil on a stove top. Once it reaches a boil we are going to turn it down to low heat and add three tablespoons of vinegar. I am going to go ahead and pour the vinegar in advance so it is ready to go in to the boiling milk. We are going to use white distilled vinegar. Then, once we have added the vinegar we remove the milk pot from the heat, we are going to pour it through a cheese cloth-lined strainer, bring out the edges of our cheese cloth, squeeze out the liquid and the remaining curd is our cheese. We will form it to the shape that we want and then we will refrigerate it, we will cut it and use it whenever we are ready. And that is how we make cheese out of sour milk.
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This Is What Happens When You Drink a Coffee on an Empty Stomach
 
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You might think drinking coffee in the morning is a great idea. You may even think it’s a great way to get yourself going in the morning. But you’d be surprised to learn that drinking coffee first thing in the morning- especially on an empty stomach- is a terrible idea. Why? Let’s take a look at a few reasons. 1. Stomach Acid Your stomach has hydrochloric acid, which, at the right level, helps your body digest food properly. When your stomach is empty, this acid doesn’t have much to work with, so it can slosh around and hurt your stomach. Drinking a cup of coffee on that empty stomach adds to the problem by putting more acid in your body. Always having too much stomach acid will harm your stomach and digestive tract, leading to problems like heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome, and stomach ulcers. 2. Bad Digestion Having caffeine on an empty stomach ruins digestion, leading to a bloated feeling and other signs of irritable bowel syndrome, like pain and irregularity. How? Caffeine acts like your adrenal glands, which create stress hormones called cortisol and adrenaline. When these hormones flood your body, they raise your heart rate and blood pressure, and your liver starts letting out blood sugar to give energy to muscles so that you can run away. Your digestive system also shuts down to send energy to where it is needed most. 3. Anxiety When you go through your morning on an empty stomach, you lower your brain’s power to properly break down serotonin. Serotonin is the “happy, calm hormone”. When your brain is unable to break down this hormone properly, it causes anxiety and depression. Throwing a cup of coffee on top of that empty stomach causes anxiety by boosting your body’s cortisol and adrenaline levels. That will leave you feeling shaky, nervous, and weak. 4. Dehydration Drinking coffee on empty stomach raises the amount of fluid that your body passes, and can cause dehydration. If you’re like most people, you’ll likely answer to that dehydration by reaching for yet another cup of coffee, making things even worse for yourself. 5. Low Levels of Serotonin Very few people know about this, but coffee will make you feel less hungry. People who drink coffee right away in the morning sometimes end up skipping breakfast. Skipping your first meal of the day can ruin your body’s power to make serotonin, a neurotransmitter in charge of making you feel happy and calm. Also, serotonin is very important for a good night’s sleep. Your body changes serotonin into melatonin at night. Low levels of melatonin usually lead to insomnia problems. If you like drinking coffee, make sure to always have it after breakfast. Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. Images licensed under CC: www.wikipedia.org www.pexels.com www.flickr.com www.pixabay.com commons.wikimedia.org
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How to Make a Calcium Spray for Tomatoes : Garden Space
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowgarden Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowgarden Making a calcium spray for tomatoes will help make sure that those tomato plants grow as healthily as possible. Make a calcium spray for tomatoes with help from the owner of Eden Condensed in this free video clip. Expert: Angela Price Filmmaker: Nick Brosco Series Description: Different types of plants, fruits and vegetables that you plant in your garden will all require different levels of care. Get tips on gardening with help from the owner of Eden Condensed in this free video series.
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Multivitamins For Hair Growth-Vitamin Hair Growth
 
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Multivitamins for hair growth vitam on google . , . . . . Grow your hair naturally with essential vitamin supplements for stop hair breakage and promote natural hair growth here are some more compilation of topics and latest discussions relates to this video, which we found thorough the internet. Hope this information will helpful to get idea in brief about this. Getting the right vitamins for hair growth is important for the overall health of your hair. Running a deficiency in any of the following vitamins and minerals creates health experts agree that eating a well balanced diet that contains the essential vitamins can help maintain the health of your hair. Read on for more below information will help you to get some more though about the subject within a month, i noticed growth of new hair and after six months, her of the b complex vitamins) improve brittle nails and thinning hair here's the lowdown on the top vitamins that can help keep your hair healthy, strong, and help to lower the risk of potential loss to regain this hair growth mineral, consume mg daily or munch on high zinc foods like lamb, turkey, pumpkin seeds and chocolate anyway if you want for more info, you would better continue reading. Expert advice on which vitamins and supplements can actually make your hair grow faster and your nails stronger many companies sell products or supplements claiming to grow hair or stop hair loss. Which ones work? whether you're male or female, we'll find out which hair vitamins are required to give you younger looking skin and shinier strands!. Vitamins for hair growth are a great way to promote faster hair growth naturally. Learn more about vitamins and foods for hair growth and thickness amazon hair formula advanced vegetarian capsules month supply fast hair growth vitamins healthy new look faster shipping is quick amazon high potency hair loss vitamins with biotin clinically proven to support hair growth and improve skin and nails beauty hair loss is one of the biggest problems faced by women today. There is a need to take diet rich in vital vitamins for hair that are mentioned here discover thousands of images about hair growth vitamins on pinterest, a visual bookmarking tool that helps you discover and save creative ideas. . See more home ; Vitamins ; Women's health ; Beauty care ; Hair, skin & nails ; Hair, skin and nail formulas ; Gnc women's ultra nourish hair&#;. Product images the three part hair cocktail that has made my hair grow two inches in a strength (contains vitamins a, c, e, and biotin, toppik hair nutrition so you want to grow longer hair. Even though it's mostly just a waiting game, there are actually a number of things you can do to ensure that hair loss is something no woman wants to encounter; However, there are several different types of hair regrowth vitamins for women that can help jumpstart if you're like most people seeking long, stylish hair, you be wondering which vitamins can grow your hair faster and how. There are several different types of Most Discuss Multivitamins for hair growth vitam on google. More interesting heading about this are essential vitamins for hair growth . Bembu. Can i use vitamins for hair growth? healthline. Below topics also shows some interset as well supplements for hair growth what works, what doesn't the best vitamins for healthy hair . Smartypants. Vitamins & minerals for hair that's healthier, stronger and shinier. Hope you will get rough idea as well the exp
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How to Organize a Medicine Cabinet
 
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There are times when trying to find a medication in your medicine cabinet turns into frustration. You dig through it all, only to find that the one medication you are looking for has expired. This is an easy and simple method to keep all your vitamins and medications organized. Affiliate link: Drawer Container: http://amzn.to/1rG7RoJ Address Label: http://amzn.to/1rVlrEv This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you make a purchase using these links. Pinterest: goo.gl/JnO3wP Instagram: goo.gl/aibmFU
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5 Months Pregnant & Back To School OUTFIT IDEAS #3
 
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Ideas Men S2 Outtakes
 
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First series: http://bit.ly/ideasmen | Damien Slash: http://youtube.com/damienslash Taken from Series 2 and the Comic Relief special. EVERYTHING IS ALWAYS FINE Ideas Men created and improvised By Stuart Ashen and Damien Slash. Directed by Riyad Barmania Cinematography: Rob Wilton Camer and VFX: Dave Brain Camera: Michael Williams Sound: Lisala Dolo Make-up: Emma Croft Editor: Linton Davies Production Assistant: Fawn Mead Big bags full of thanks to ChannelFlip and Tom Savage
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Most Organized Home in America (Part 2) by Professional Organizer & Expert Alejandra Costello
 
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Sign-up for my FREE Organizing Video Series Here! - https://www.alejandra.tv/recommends/3dvs-0171/ Learn More About My Decluttering Program (SimpLESSity) Here! - https://www.alejandra.tv/shop/how-to-declutter-program-simplessity/ Learn More About My Organizing Program Here! - https://www.alejandra.tv/shop/how-to-organize-online-organizing-program Watch Part 1 (Most Organized Home in America) Here! - http://www.alejandra.tv/blog/2011/05/video-insider-tour-of-professional-organizer-alejandra-costellos-organized-home/ Watch Most Recent Videos Here -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vK1Pr8qp8Nc&list=UUcvu0uB6SzugED_5FEC7Z0Q Products Mentioned In This Video Are Listed Here - https://www.alejandra.tv/shop/best-home-organizational-products Alejandra.tv Checklists - https://www.alejandra.tv/shop/printable-home-organizing-checklists Alejandra.tv Website - http://www.alejandra.tv/ ------------- I'm Alejandra Costello, Professional Organizing Expert & Entrepreneur from Alejandra.tv and I teach others how to get organized (how to organize themselves and their homes) through online video training! I was once named one of the most organized people in America by HGTV on a special documentary called "Clean Freaks" in which I gave a tour of my super organized home which can be found here: http://www.alejandra.tv/blog/2011/05/video-insider-tour-of-professional-organizer-alejandra-costellos-organized-home/ In this video, I give you an updated home tour of what my new house looks like, one organized space at a time from the kitchen to the pantry to the office to craft closet to the bedroom closet to the bathroom! I share creative tips and ideas for getting organized so life at home is more efficient and productive! I hope you enjoy the video! XOXO, Alejandra Professional Organizer & Expert
10 Ways to Use Coconut Oil!
 
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10 reasons why coconut oil is the bomb diggity. Do people say that anymore? All points are listed below with additional and important details! Subscribe Here! http://bit.ly/SubscribeToCloudyApples Instagram: http://instagram.com/gloomykassie Twitter: http://twitter.com/gloomykassie USES FOR COCONUT OIL 1. Oil Pulling: I use this as an extra step for fresh breath. This is NOT a replacement for brushing and flossing. Right when I wake up, I mix virgin unrefined coconut oil with Healthy Gum Drops by Living Libations. After swishing it around for 20 minutes while I get ready in the morning, I spit out the coconut oil (where it won't clog my drain) and use a homemade saltwater rinse. Check with your dentist before trying this method, especially if you have issues with your gums. 2. Coconut Oil + Sea Salt Scrub: I mix 1 part coconut oil with 2 parts sea salt and add a few drops of essential oil or whatever I have on hand to make it smell nice and add to the experience. In this video, I used Seabuckthorn Best Skin Ever by Living Libations (this video is not sponsored, I just like their products). Use the concoction to thoroughly scrub your body then sit down in a nice warm bath and enjoy your soak! 3. Skin Soother: I like to use coconut oil as an aftershave to avoid razor bumps and inflammation, I also try to wear clothes that won't rub up against the area and irritate it. I also use it on cuts and sunburns. We got video of Terry's actual cut from the bed but decided against using it because it was gross :P. 4. Leave-In Conditioner: I mix a small amount of coconut oil with a bit of conditioner and use it as a leave-in conditioner on the tips of my hair. Don't use too much because it can feel greasy. I try not to wash the end of my hair because they're very prone to drying out, but when I have to, I mix my shampoo with a bit of coconut oil just for the ends. 5. Coconut Coffee: Terry likes his coffee bullet-proof style with a teaspoon of coconut oil and a teaspoon of grass-fed butter. I like mine with a teaspoon of coconut oil and a teaspoon of honey for sweetness. I like drinking my coffee black, but it's too acidic and strong for me, especially when I'm on an empty stomach. 6. Boobie Oil: If your cotton bras are sucking all of the moisture out of your boobs, try throwing some coconut oil on there! Coconut oil is also a great massage oil. 7. Serum Sealer: I use coconut oil to seal all of my skincare after a good exfoliation, cleanse and serum application. It has a low SPF of about 4, so on days where I'm inside and don't want to put a ton of stuff on my face, I can feel a little bit protected. If I'm going outside, I'll use sunscreen or wear a hat instead :P. Make sure you do a patch test, because coconut oil agrees wholeheartedly with my skin, but it does not have that same impact on others. I feel like this method has also helped my eyelashes grow as long as they are right now! 8. Personal Lubricant: Incase you need some, coconut oil won't harm your natural flora which can lead to all sorts of discomfort. Make sure the oil meshes well with anything else you may be using and doesn't cause it to break down; latex, polyisoprene, and cheap rubber do not go well with coconut oil. 9. Cooking: I use coconut oil as a butter replacement, as a stir-fry oil with lemon and cilantro, to grease baking sheets, and even as a fat in salad dressing or smoothies. 10. Sticker Gunk Remover: I mix equal parts baking soda and coconut oil, throw it on the gunk and let it sit for 15-20 minutes, then use it as a little scrub to get sticker residue off. Hope you guys enjoyed this video, and thanks for reading the description box! Make sure you let me know what you like to do with coconut oil! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- I Have A New GAMING CHANNEL! Newest Video HERE ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVSZEkPuvxM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Crafts Made With White Plastic Medicine Bottles : Arts & Crafts
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowArtsandCrafts Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowArtsandCrafts You'd be surprised by just how many crafts made with white plastic medicine bottles there really are. Learn about crafts made with white plastic medicine bottles with help from a longtime crafts expert in this free video clip. Expert: Holly Silva Filmmaker: Edward Payson Series Description: You're never too young or too old to have a little fun with a nice crafts project on a rainy (or sunny) day. Get tips on how to do a lot of great crafts projects with help from a longtime crafts expert in this free video series.
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Don't Waste Old Beer!
 
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Instead of throwing out half-emtpy cans or bottles of beer, make a meat marinade or polish your furniture. Learn six terrific uses for flat beer.
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How to Increase Energy with Fat Bombs
 
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Looking for healthy snack ideas? Wondering how to increase energy? Well now you can with these delicious Energizing Fat Bombs.
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What You SHOULD and SHOULDN'T Buy At The Dollar Tree | Shop with Me [ But First, Coffee ]
 
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In this video, I'm sharing some of my best tips for shopping at the Dollar Tree. I'm sharing what you SHOULD by and what you maybe SHOULD NOT buy when shopping at your local Dollar Tree. If you shop smart you can definitely save money shopping for your everyday items. Check out the Dollar Tree coupon policy: http://thekrazycouponlady.com/coupons-for/dollar-tree/deals/policy 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 Where else to find me: My Blog: www.butfirstcoffeeblog.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/kallie_e instagram: www.instagram.com/kallie_branciforte Snapchat: kallie_e88 email: butfirstcoffeeblog@gmail.com But First, Coffee SHOP: http://www.customizedgirl.com/s/butfirstcoffee 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored video. I do not accept products in exchange for a positive review and so all thoughts, opinions and words are my own. All products were purchased with my own money unless marked with an asterisk (*). An asterisk signifies a product sent to me for review or as a gift. Some links in this description may contain affiliate links. 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 Hi I'm Kallie Branciforte from But First, Coffee! I'm glad you found my video! I'm the content creator for the blog and YouTube channel But First, Coffee. Here you'll find videos on topics like best drugstore makeup, DIY, beauty tutorials, life hacks, and everything else a well-caffeinated woman needs to know! IF IT SAVES YOU TIME OR SAVES YOU MONEY...I'M MAKING VIDEOS ABOUT IT! If you wanna know some more, check out my about page: http://www.butfirstcoffeeblog.com/about Watch my vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkYNT4jsaEoyctqRDNL3Bpw 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》
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Prepping: Why So Much Canned Food Healthy Prepper? Its so Unhealthy! What Gives??
 
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My rational for the cans for SHTF emergency food: 1. They are easy to obtain. 2. They last a very long time - much longer than the best buy date. Check out my video: Expiration Dates on Food Storage for Preppers :) Is it Still Safe to Eat? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPaPOqs78lU 3. Most require no fuel to eat, they are ready to eat right out f the can in an emergency. 4. They often contain all 3 carbohydrates, proteins and fats and also water. Other Random Questions Answered :) 1. Do I have other stuff? Yes, I have Go Foods for very long term storage survival food - up to 25 years. Check out this video if interested: Preppers eat Go Foods Survival Food for lunch! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-v-abAbuyQ 2. Do I have truly healthy stuff? Yes, I have lots of dehydrated fruits and veggies I have made with my Excalibur dehydrator. :) I also have lots of sprout seeds ready to make a fresh instant salad in about 5 days :) Check out my video: Grow your own Veggies Fast in an Apocalyptic Pinch by Sprouting! It's Easy :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRbFe7YTCS8&list=PLSmm8TnW_zpjtkBjClpL5WjVdQDZxHZaA 3. Do you have vitamins stored? Yes, I have multivitamins stored for balanced nutrition - I just reminded myself I should vaccuseal them to extend their shelf life too ;) 5. Do I store powdered milk? Yes, check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_-t0K8KTb4 To your health, longevity and peace of mind, The Healthy Prepper :-) Subscribe! To be notified of new videos. It's free! Click on subscribe tab above video. You Tube Channel: To see all of our videos! Click on the "Healthy Prepper" link above the video or by going to http://www.youtube.com/healthyprepper. GOFoods Emergency Survival Food: Get it and forget it: To order a free sample of 12 servings of GO Foods, visit http://sample.foodfreedom.biz Our Recommendations:: http://astore.amazon.com/theheapre-20 to find many hard to find prepping items. Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheHealthyPrepper Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/healthyprepper Blog: http://healthyprepper.tumblr.com Comments: I am thoroughly intrigued by your thoughts and ideas on my videos and welcome all comments. They inspire me and keep me thinking! Together we build better mousetraps.
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On Demand Fulfillment Supplements, Vitamins & Beauty Products / Drop Shipping Services for Business
 
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Start your own business with $100 - On Demand Fulfillment Services, drop shipping of supplements, vitamins and beauty products by MIT NUTRA... https://www.mitnutra.com/pages/on-demand-fulfillment There no longer a need to purchase enormous amounts of inventory to test the market and only find out that it does not sell. Welcome to the 21st Century - today, you can create your own brand of supplements, vitamins or beauty products without any upfront investment in inventory. On demand fulfillment by MIT NUTRA is offering you services, where we worry about your inventory and you only have to worry about promoting your brand and collecting funds. I'm going to explain step by step how it works - it's very simple! On demand fulfillment is so different from having to private label manufacture and purchase inventory upfront. Let's say you do not have an option of on demand fulfillment and you want to start your own brand of supplements. First, you would have to a find manufacturer willing to private label your product. Every manufacturer is busy serving large clients, and your goal is to spend less money on developing inventory. You are so excited to start, but nobody is even willing to discuss anything further with you, when you ask for 5 bottles to try. Further, every manufacturer has a minimum order quantity of 2,000 bottles. So in order to try something, you have to order 2,000 bottles of product minimum. Private label manufacturers of supplements, beauty products and vitamins, do not print labels or boxes in house. You have to find printing company. Every printing company requires you to buy 10,000 labels minimum. They offer you smaller label quantities, but the difference in price between 1,000 labels and 10,000 labels will be around $300. Go figure. So now you paid over $1000 for the labels and shipped it to your private label manufacturer for labeling your product. Let's say you are buying product at $4 per bottle. In order to get your product out of the door, you already invested in 2,000 bottles, plus 1,000 labels, roughly $9,000 for just one product. I'm not even talking about production times. Labels take about 2 weeks and manufacturing of your product is 3-8 weeks, depending on how busy the manufacturer is with their existing clients. So now you waited, paid all the money and you have your product on hand. You list it on Amazon only to find out that you are selling one bottle per week. Now you are stuck with the problem of this product not selling at all and you have years worth of useless inventory that will expire in two years. Trust me 50% of people like that end up throwing it in the garbage after it expires. On demand fulfillment solves upfront investment problems. In order to start your own brand of supplements, vitamins or beauty products, all you need is an idea and your label design. Pick what kind of products you would like to sell out of our huge list of supplements vitamins and beauty products. We always have these products bottled and ready to be labeled with your own label and shipped directly to your clients- without you spending a penny on the inventory. Our software is based on the Shipstation platform and we can connect to any shopping cart / checkout provider on the market in order to fulfill orders. It doesn't matter if you are selling on Amazon, eBay, Shopify or any other popular check out platform, we can accommodate your needs, connect to your store and ship your own branded products directly to your clients when orders come. You don't have to worry about anything. Once we approve your label, you are all set to list these products on Amazon, eBay, Shopify or anywhere else. Once orders come in, we get notification and we ship your orders automatically, billing your card on file for our services. That's how on demand fulfillment works! Our service fees are in pennies. You pay shipping charge, charge for packaging and $2 to us for service. That's it! Now most important, you are getting products at the same wholesale prices as others. On average, profit margins are 200% or more! Our on demand fulfillment service by MIT NUTRA is the most accurate in the industry and we are ready to start working for you. It doesn't matter if it's one bottle or one million bottles, we are always here to work for you and help you achieve goals without enormous upfront investment! Do not hesitate -contact us right now! Our link is displayed in the description of this video. Have fun and we hope to see you becoming the next big brand!
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How to Find the Best Deals at the Dollar Store
 
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Watch more How to Manage Your Money videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/218021-How-to-Find-the-Best-Deals-at-the-Dollar-Store Not everything at the dollar store is a bargain, or even safe to use. Learn to spot the difference between an item that's cheap, and a cheap item. Step 1: Make sure the item really is just $1. Some so-called dollar stores sell items for a lot more as well, which you may not realize until you get home and look at your receipt. And don't assume every item is a bargain: Some dollar store merchandise costs less in a regular shop. Step 2: Check out the groceries. The best deals include packaged snacks, pasta and rice, canned vegetables, and other nonperishables you'd normally buy in a supermarket. Tip Check the expiration dates on food items. Though they likely are safe beyond that date, they might not be as flavorful. Step 3: Pick up household tools and gadgets, from spatulas to screwdrivers. A recent consumer study found they're mostly the same items you find in retail giants, but can cost up to 95 percent less. Step 4: Pick up some shampoo. Studies have found the cheap brands work as well as the pricey ones. Step 5: Stock up on party goods, including wrapping paper, ribbons and bows, gift bags, paper plates and cups, and balloons. Step 6: Buy your vitamins elsewhere. A test of a random sample of dollar-store brand vitamins found they often either didn't contain what they claimed or didn't dissolve properly. Step 7: Leave behind the batteries and extension cords. The ones at the dollar store are usually made of carbon zinc, not alkaline, which means they'll burn out faster. And one consumer group rated the extension cords of such bad quality as to be downright dangerous. Step 8: Don't even think about buying plastic toys or toothpaste in a dollar store. The toys often break easily and some may contain lead, and the Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning after finding toxins in some off-brand toothpastes. Did You Know? Dollar stores' earnings soared in the final months of 2008 – some chain's profits were up by 50 percent over 2007.
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Some Food Backup Ideas (The Gove Loves Preppers, & Does Not Like Bulk/Panic Buying)
 
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Sorry, this isn't a typical Youtube song and dance video. Remember ol' Abe watching a song and dance on the stage, probably some dog jumping through a hoop, just having the time of his life. He got shot, and you need to wake up. This vid. is also ideas for camping, so if there is no grid-down, you can camp-up. Don't forget water. Water is heavy, so you can't carry much on foot, and you will have to find some kind of water source/stream, and try to process it to be clean and safe to drink and for cooking. By Chlorine, I mean common household 5%-8% bleach with chlorine in it. Best to buy plain/unscented bleach so as to avoid chemicals remaining in you water if you disinfect it with a few drops of bleach in a gallon. Read you bleach bottle, sometimes there is instructions about disinfecting water. Some bleach may be 5% and some is more concentrated at 8% bleach ingredient. Store a fresh unopened bottle if you can. If you just dont care, at least get a 5lb bag of rice if someone knocks on your door looking for some food. Ignoring a problem, may help you, but it does not make the actual problem go away, and you may be killed for your wishful thinking and inaction/apathy. No doubt, it is good to wish and look forward to good times, but mankind has often seen a kind of hell before that takes place. You can also buy long-term food storage items from companies who deal with this subject. Remember: Do not hoard a lot of food, and/or specific food items, when you first buy it because others will suffer right now today if everybody did that, and that is why the Government is worried about prepping. Even the Government stockpiles many things, including MRE'e (military food) to prepare for disaster. Actually doing some prepping will give the economy a boost which is what everybody is hoping for. The Government cant force us to prep., but they are almost demanding it as an obligation to have several weeks of food and supplies. I guess they can see potential problems and even tell us to take some responsibility and preventive action. You can loose weight by eating less, and getting some exercise and in shape, and put the saved money towards some food backup or other supplies. Ration your food and supplies, stretch it all out to last longer. Don't expect to gain weight, but loose some weight during a problem. If you don't have food, you can trade/barter supplies that others need, or do some skilled labor in exchange for food or others supplies. There are many messages in the Bible about prepping, spiritually, mentally, physically such as with food. When Jesus comes back and/or you are "raptured", someone else may need your food. The Bible mentions to essentially "don't worry" about things of the future too much because you may loose focus of what needs to be done today. It is a bit of a gamble (like insurance) to prep, but if you don't prep., it is more than a bit of a gamble and it means your life because you did no prevention. For those of you who do not prep. , do you think prepping is just wrong? (are you solid with that, can you actually prove (ie. guarantee) it is wrong? No one has as of yet.). Or, you just haven't yet been convinced enough to do it yourself? In the video I mention that rice is a bit difficult to cook or make soft. I use about 3 cups of water to 1 cup of rice. Boil the water. Add in the rice. Let boil for about 5 or more minutes. Let simmer about 20 to 30 min. If the rice is the enriched type, it has a vitamin dusting, so try not to throw the water out if you want those vitamins. If you dont want them, you can possibly cook the rice differently, such as boiling the rice like noodles and then draining off the water. Instant rice is such a treat, it cooks in a few minutes of boiling water. Parboiled rice is partially boiled rice and is in the middle of plain rice and instant rice in terms of cooking time and energy/fuel needed. I show cheap "garden LED lights" in the video. You can find thess at "thrift stores" such as Dollar Tree and Dollar General. These are solar rechargeable lights that usually come with a basic rechargeable battery. Try to find ones that can recharge AA or AAA batteries since many devices, such as radios/flashlights also take this size. Many of the latest lights mentioned, have a small "button cell" battery in it. You will be able to still used these indoors as a reasonable lamp/flashlight. Some garden lights have an on/off switch for the LED light itself, which is good to have, since you can turn the light off to conserve energy. If you have old style incandescent flashlights, you should replace them with the much more efficient/long lasting LED flashlights. Instant potatoes are a nice food backup. Visit my G+ webpage for many of my articles/thoughts of which many are Christian themed: https://plus.google.com/b/110175913384509089310/110175913384509089310/posts
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Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 420504   Apartment Idea Bad
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Can Taking Medicine Thats Out Of Date Kill You?
 
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Do medicines expire? What happens if you take them? The quint. Kids will take them, and those flavored liquids can decompose acquire 15 sep 1997 the expired pills still do in headache? You don't want to an ineffective product, but you toss out perfectly good 10 may 2012 would consider taking any of them? Expiry dates for drugs vary dramatically. The character kill pill edit. That last one? It could. Dumb ways to die wiki. It turns out that date stamped on the label actually means a lot. Are expired painkillers dangerous? Bluelight. How old is too for medicines? Latimes. I have prescription pills for them, but they expired in june. Votes 0 does methocarbamol 500mg work the same as soma 350mg? Posted 7 mar 6 feb 2017 heat and steam from your shower or shave can rob medicine of its potency long before drug's expiration date. If the antibiotic doesn't pull its weight, you're at mercy of in u. Heat, humidity and aging make medicine less potent shots npr. Take expired drugs? Lifehacker vitals 5 apr 2016 in general, drugs aren't likely to kill you, but there are some you can't be sure that your bottle of favorite drug is going still 29 nov 2015 does the expiration date on medicines mean anything? Only realise medication wanted take has a few weeksagoan for common ailments won't (photo istock) what happens when medications if eat tainted seafood, can become dangerously ill from toxins develop product that's not i get tension headaches once while, and today had one. Do medications really expire? Medscape. Drugs like ibuprofen really expire? Gunboard's forums eat medicine that's out of date. A medication's expiration date is like the pharmaceutical company's 29 dec 2015 find out truth behind medicine dates as well which ones 'how important it that you need to get right amount into your body? 'they may not completely kill bacteria and lead resistant infection. The drug expiry date a necessary safety measure, or yet another i have prescription of methocarbamol 500mg that drugs. So you should not consume that drug 15 jul 2015 though expired medications retain their potency, no scientific study the legal code adopted by fda also notes manufacturers i myself wouldn't feel comfortable taking an outdated antibiotic, if you're trying to kill a 11 mar 2014 expiration dates on your otc meds are there for reason. Fandom expired nyquil? Drugstore cold headcold should i take an antibiotic? The survival doctor. Was that dangerous of 2 mar 2012 is consuming expired prescription medicines really all dangerous? Some friends mine insist taking pills beyond the printed expiration so don't go a whole lot expecting them to be half strength or no, but they will kill your pain, if thats what you consider it's just few months, not likely, see drug dates do mean anything? With consume drugs and their consumption legally allowed due variable stability potency. If you take it months or even years past the expiration date, it's unlikely steam from your shower shave kills pills fas
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Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 450206   Wrong Idea About Lum
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
CVS 8/13/17: Deal Ideas and a NEW SERVICE AVAILABLE AT CVS!!
 
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There's A NEW WAY TO SHOP coming to CVS!!! This video will explain it and show you the upcoming CVS Deals and Steals for the week of 8/13/17! There's even a money maker or two! Be sure to always look at the limits and expiration dates on your coupons!! For all the deal breakdowns and coupon matchups go here: http://couponwiththelady.com/cvs-deal-ideas-coupon-matchups-sale-starting-81317/ Want to learn more about the new delivery service? Head Over to CVS.com! Thanks for watching! Please like and subscribe so that you won't miss out on upcoming videos! And, share so that others will learn how totp://couponwiththelady.com/cvs-deal-ideas-coupon-matchups-sale-starting-81317/ save money shopping and couponing at CVS!!!
Views: 2576 LadyTheFae
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 420202   Filling out Income Tax Form
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 380624   No Groceries On Credit
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 350325   Lum And Abner Lose Money
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 350125   Abner To Railroad Depot
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 451009   Everything Okay
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 460902   What Happened at Church
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 450618   Abner Plead Insanity
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Organizing Medications | Clutter Video Tip
 
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http://www.clutterdiet.com Get organized with home organizing tips from professional organizers at The Clutter Diet. Achoo! When you are sick, the last thing you want to do is search your medicine cabinet for the right medication. But what do you do with your cold, flu and allergy medicine? What about your prescription medicines, vitamins and other supplements? In this video Lorie Marrero shows you a great way to organize all of your medications. Get the right medication and supplements at your fingertips, by following this organizational strategy. These Clutter Video Tips are posted frequently here on our clutterdiet organizing channel. You can search Twitter for #ClutterVideoTip also to find comments on our organizing tips. Lorie Marrero is the creator of ClutterDiet.com and the author of The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life. Lorie also serves as the national spokesperson for Goodwill Industries International and ambassador of the Donate Movement. Transcript: Hi. I'm Lorie Marrero and today's Clutter Video Tip is about organizing your medications. I'm just getting over a cold, so I thought this would be a great subject for today. We have some over-the-counter medications here. I would like to organize those by what they do. This one is fever and pain. We have stomach and digestion here and we have this giant bin for ear, nose and throat. [POP] And if you have individual medications that are either prescriptions or supplements that you take on a regular basis, I recommend having a bin for each person in the household. So, this is actually, by the way, a drawer divider. You don't have to find exactly the right small bin. Drawer dividers can sit on a shelf [POP] as well as in a drawer, so this works really well. If the person taking multiple supplements and medications wants to organize that a little better and not open up [POP] all the different pill bottles every single day, you can buy pill organizers like these. They have larger ones as well with different times of day for dosage, but this is the simplest kind. And you can just once a week deal out all of the medications you need for a day and then you finish with that for a while. We should talk about disposal of medication because when you're organizing your medications you will [POP] run into a lot of expired ones and you don't want to put those down the toilet. That will pollute the water supply. So, you do want to [POP] put liquid medications with some kind of salt or kitty litter or sand to kind of solidify them and then put them in the trash. And you want to put pills mixed with some kind of water or other way of making them not easily digestible by another human or animal and put those into the trash as well. The recommendations on that do change frequently and you hear varying opinions on that, so you can go to this website [POP] that I'm putting on the screen for the most updated information and see what you'd like to do for disposal. If you need help getting organized in your bathroom and your kitchen with your medications, whatever it is, we have a team of experts available seven days a week at a very affordable price in our member message board area. You can learn more at clutterdiet.com/learnmore. See you next time and may you always be happy and grateful for having more than enough.
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Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 410905   Lum to Marry Rich Widow
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Buying Medicines | Central government Took Good Decision | Medicine Name On Every Tablet | Taja30
 
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Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 350218   Restocking Of Store
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 350509   Place To Keep Hogs
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Healthy Travel Tips
 
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Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 450905   The Eddards and Peabody Split Atom Company
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Expectations vs Reality - GOALS - New Year's Resolutions!
 
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Expectations vs. Reality: Goals and New Year’s Resolutions! My first funny comedy video, where we talk about personal goals or expectations vs reality of New Year’s Resolutions. This comedy video is full of LOL comic fun moments that happen every beginning of the new year. I show 10 typical New Year’s Resolutions and how they end up in reality! This video should be funny for teenagers, school children and girls in general. Can you recognize yourself in this comedy expectations vs. reality video? What are your goals? http://sarabeautycorner.com/ I had so much fun filming this comedy video and plan to make much more! Lots of HAHAHA, LOL and ROFL Moments in it. Check out Bloopers too! Do you like watching funny videos? Let me know because I have so many ideas for comic videos that I want to share with you. The 10 expectations vs reality new year’s resolutions or goals I show you in this fun comedy video are: Waking up early. Being more productive is a resolution that many of us have each year. Our expectations are all about waking up early and make the most of our days. But reality is often quite different! We end up sleeping all morning and then rush to school like crazy, hehe. Eating healthy. Probably the number one new year’s resolution we all take! During the Christmas break we eat so much sweet and other unhealthy food. By the end of the holidays we all feel pretty fed up with all that and we decide to cut away sweets, junk food and desserts completely. In the first days of the new year keeping up with the healthy eating resolution is easy, because we are still recovering from the Christmas sugar coma. A few days in the new year, the reality strikes and we are back to usual again. Saving money. All the Christmas shopping causes some serious damage to our bank accounts so we decide to start the year saving. But why, oh why do the sales start just the a few days after the new year?! RIP savings. Working out. How many of you had the working out regularly new year’s resolution for the past five new years? I thought so, it's my goal too! I don’t know what excuse did you find, but boy it is freaking cold here in Norway in January. My immune system just can’t tackle it. Gym?! Sorry, there’s no gym in the 20 meter distance from my apartment. Good luck with finding your excuses! ;) Studying. We all have the expectations of studying regularly in order to avoid the madness days before the exams. In reality it is impossible to get the motivation to study hard more than one day before the exam. It just doesn’t exists, I think it’s probably scientifically proven already. Improving style. I struggle with that so much. I just really love comfortable clothes! One of my common new year’s resolutions every year is to start dressing a bit more elegant and not like a 10 year old! But reality strikes as soon as I step out of the apartment door. Wind, rain, storm! So I am totally forced to get back into boots, scarves, warm jackets. Thank you, Norway! Being more organized. I must say that I love having my room clean. I make sure I tidy it every Saturday. However, out of the seven days in a week, my room is only organized on Saturday. How this is possible, don’t ask me. Forget ex-boyfriend and move on. You have been on and off with someone for months and you don’t know where you stand. Clearly he isn’t serious so it’s time to say: enough! You are all decided to move on and let someone new in your life until you get his SMS. And here we go again.. Be more spontaneous. Have you ever decided to start taking life with a big spoon and start living to the fullest? Yeah, me too. But then bed and Netflix happens. Yeah, been there - goals killer. Take time for your loved ones. In the world of the social media we have to keep up with absolutely everything that’s going on in the world to the point where sometimes it feels like we are married to our smart phones and tablets! So for our new year’s resolution we decide to spend more quality time with our friends and family. Well the reality shows keeping up with this resolution is pretty hard. Help me translate this DIY Room Decor Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=XwZIE8jBlDY Support us: https://www.patreon.com/SaraBeautyCorner Become my Friend & Enter Giveaways :) Instagram: http://instagram.com/sarabeautycorner Twitter: https://twitter.com/SaraBeautyC Google +: http://goo.gl/ci0OSI Facebook: http://goo.gl/020J6i Tumblr: http://goo.gl/Y7zYU8 Join our Nail Art G+ Community: http://goo.gl/RQ3SPC Join our DIY G+ Community: http://goo.gl/yAnZsQ Join our Comedy and Fun G+ Community: http://goo.gl/oD19bI Most of the music provided by Monstercat. Check more of their great music: https://www.youtube.com/user/MonstercatMedia Work provided under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/). Rest is either mine, public domain or stock footage.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 440809   Abner Competes with Lum
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 450911   Bottle of Nitroglycerine
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Lum & Abner, Old Time Radio Show, 460923   Best Bushel of Apples
 
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Lum and Abner was an American network radio comedy program created by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff that was aired from 1931 to 1954. Modeled on life in the small town of Waters, Arkansas, near where Lauck and Goff grew up, the show proved immensely popular. In 1936, Waters changed its name to Pine Ridge after the show's fictional town. The series was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). The two characters performed as a double act, with Lum generally playing the straight man to Abner's attempts to break free from Lum's influence. As co-owners of the Jot 'em Down Store in the fictional town of Pine Ridge, Arkansas, the pair are constantly stumbling upon moneymaking ideas only to find themselves fleeced by nemesis Squire Skimp, before finally finding a way to redeem themselves. Lum and Abner played the hillbilly theme with deceptive cleverness. The hillbillies knew that the slickers would get what was coming to them sooner or later and either didn't mind or knew more than they let on that the slickers getting theirs was a matter of fortunate circumstance. In addition to the title characters, Lauck also played Grandpappy Spears and Cedric Weehunt while Goff played Abner, Squire Skimp, Llewelyn "Mousey" Grey, Dick Huddleston, and most of the other characters. Lauck and Goff had known each other since childhood and attended the University of Arkansas together where they both joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. They performed locally and established a blackface act which led to an audition at radio station KTHS in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Prior to the audition, the two men decided to change their act and portray two hillbillies, due to the large number of blackface acts already in existence. After only a few shows in Hot Springs, they were picked up nationally by NBC, and Lum and Abner, sponsored by Quaker Oats, ran until 1932. Lauck and Goff performed several different characters, modeling many of them on the real-life residents of Waters, Arkansas. When the Quaker contract expired, Lauck and Goff continued to broadcast on two Texas stations, WBAP (Fort Worth) and WFAA (Dallas). In 1933, The Ford Dealers of America became their sponsor for approximately a year. Horlick's Malted Milk, the 1934–37 sponsor, offered a number of promotional items, including almanacs and fictional Pine Ridge newspapers. During this period, the show was broadcast on Chicago's WGN (AM), one of the founding members of the Mutual Broadcasting System. Effective July 1, 1935, the program was also carried on WLW (Cincinnati, Ohio), KNX (Los Angeles, California), and KFRC (San Francisco, California). Along with The Lone Ranger, Lum and Abner was one of Mutual's most popular programs. In 1936, Dick Huddleston of Waters petitioned the United States Post Office to change the town's name to Pine Ridge.[4] Postum cereal sponsored Lum and Abner in 1938–40, before Alka-Seltzer picked up the duo. Miles Laboratories, manufacturers of Alka-Seltzer and One-A-Day Vitamins, became the longest-running sponsor, backing the program from 1941 until 1948. Over the course of its life, Lum and Abner appeared on the two other major radio networks in addition to NBC and Mutual: CBS and ABC (formerly NBC Blue). In 1948, the show changed from a 15-minute "comedic soap opera" to a 30-minute self-contained show. New writers were added, including Flying Tiger ace Robert T. Smith, along with an orchestra and a live audience. The new format was unpopular and the series came off the air in 1950. Lauck and Goff experimented with other formats during the hiatus, finally changing back to a 15-minute, Monday-Friday show on ABC in 1953,[5] but the revived show was discontinued the following year due to competition from television and Goff's failing health (Goff would eventually recover and continue making media appearances well into the 1960s). The duo twice made attempts to transition to television, but neither effort was picked up by a television network. Our channel is dedicated to preserving Old Time Radio classic shows, such as this. Enjoy this classic from The Classic Archives! Make sure you check out our online store that contains over 50,000 classic titles on DVD or CD. All of our titles are in the best quality audio sound available. Our MP3 DVD's will allow you to take this title and place it on your IPOD or another MP3 player and carry it around with you on the go! Visit http://www.theclassicarchives.com for titles like these published on DVD.
Weight Loss Transformation 🔥 HOW I LOST 25 POUNDS IN ONE MONTH🔥
 
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T I M E S T A M P 1:14 - Agenda 2:06 - No 1 Weight Loss Secret 4:59 - My Rules 7:57 - Daily Diet (what I eat in a day) 11:57 - Low Calorie Snack 14:04 - Cheat Day 15:21 - Trick For my Subscribers 17:55 - When to Expect Results ******************************************************************** FAST WEIGHT LOSS CHEAT SHEET: http://ritaspeaks.com/weight-loss-transformation-fast-weight-loss-cheat-sheet/ ********************************************************************* Would LOVE to hear your arguments, comments.... Please leave you thoughts, suggestions and ideas below. Thank you :* :* *REPORT BROKEN / EXPIRED LINKS IN COMMENT SECTION* ********************************************************************* P R O D U C T S M E N T I O N E D: ► Black Coffee http://amzn.to/2tPizhB ► ZERO Calorie Miracle Rice http://amzn.to/2tPCNYP ► ZERO Calorie Miracle Noodle http://amzn.to/2tPkNhk ► Cinnamon gum http://amzn.to/2sEwhE8 ► Popcorn http://amzn.to/2tPoLWU ► Dum dum lollipop http://amzn.to/2tHtvxk ► Fage fat free yoghurt http://amzn.to/2tPoeo4 ► Sugar free sweetener http://amzn.to/2sL1jp3 ► Synedrex Pill (Stimukal) http://amzn.to/2sEAWWk ► Tyson grilled chicken breast http://amzn.to/2tH30Z4 ► Large tossed salad/ Market side baby kale & spinach blend YOU CAN GET THIS FROM YOUR LOCAL GROCER ► Dressing http://amzn.to/2tPua0q ► Lentils http://amzn.to/2tKV0FQ ►Tomato sauce http://amzn.to/2tHqQUt ►Tilapia fillets http://amzn.to/2tKunRC ********************************************************************* My No 1 Weight Loss Secret Intermittent Fasting 1. The 16/8 Method: Fast for 16 hours each day. 2. The 5:2 Diet: Fast for 2 days per week. 3. The Warrior Diet: Fast during the day, eat a huge meal at night. The main reason that intermittent fasting works for weight loss is that it helps you eat fewer calories. Insulin: Insulin increases when we eat. When we fast, insulin decreases and lower levels of insulin facilitate fat burning. Further intermittent fasting reading: 6 Popular Ways to do Intermittent Fasting http://authoritynutrition.com/6-ways-to-do-intermittent-fasting/ ********************************************************************* Rules! Calorie rules: Try not to go over 1,050 calories in a day, go crazy on your cheat day.If you are forced to eat before 6pm, don’t eat over 500 calories. That way, you can easily burn it off at the gym and still stay on track. Self-discipline rules: If you go over 1,000, go to the gym and burn it off. How to burn off 500 calories at the gym: Walk at a 20-30 pace on 15 incline ********************************************************************* Daily Diet Morning Black Coffee .0. 3 Egg whites .51. Cinnamon gum. less than 5 Lunch 40 cal 12 ounces of diet soft drink 0 Cinnamon Gum less than 5 per stick Mid-day Bonus Food .approx. 500 cal*for when I’m being mentally challenged, although I try to burn it off at the gym in the evening* Panda express kung pao chicken or firecracker chicken in small box 240 & a side salad less than 30 4 blow pop lollipops 60 cal each Dinner 300-430 cal Two cooked Tyson grilled chicken breast .200. and 1 large tossed salad with 2 tbsp. dressing or Wal-Mart market side baby kale & spinach blend .100. or lentil and tomato sauce .230. Note: feel free to alternate with Tilapia fillets 100. ******************************************************************* Snack choices .200-300 cal. Healthy folks 2 oranges .124. 1 wedge of watermelon .87-100 calories. Fage fat free yoghurt .100. +add sugar free sweetener 22 almonds .168. Sweet tooth folks .low calorie. Popcorn 100 Dum dum lollipop 25 cal each ******************************************************************** Cheat Day Two words: Go Crazy!!! ******************************************************************** 3 Bonus Tricks for my Subscribers Synedrex: Synedrex is dieting supplement which is promoted to offer energy, stop carbs, boost metabolic process and assist those on a diet to drop extra few pounds. Pros Synedrex comes with extra minerals and vitamins as well as the fat reduction components. Cons Synedrex made up of lavish quantities of caffeine with more than 350 mg per dosage. This large quantity has been able to trigger severe jitters and dehydration while taken over time. Coffee and Cinnamon: Curbs hunger/suppresses appetite ********************************************************************* References Carter, S. 2013. Synedrex Reviews: Perfect weight loss supplement or Scam? Retrieved January 10, 2016, from http://ushealthandfitness.blogspot.com/2013/05/synedrex-reviews-perfect-weight-loss-supplement-or-scam.html Gunners, K. 2015, November 1. 6 Popular Ways to do Intermittent Fasting. Retrieved January 10, 2016, from http://authoritynutrition.com/6-ways-to-do-intermittent-fasting/
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