What to Tip the “Tipper”

He or she is your guide into those woods, out on that river, etc. They are the ones who have gone to school and been educated in this particular sport/pleasure you are delving into for your vacation time, and they are the ones with companies that make it easier than ever to plan a guided hunt or trip for you, family and friends. They are also the ones with just the right “tip” that could allow you to have the most successful hunt you’ve ever had.

The Doctor’s Get Their “Say” About Rio 2016

  The Doctor’s Get Their “Say” About Rio 2016 by Amy Lignor   The news headlines have been constant; the pictures have been awful. There is no way to hide the fact that our men and women athletes will be walking directly into – not to mention, the rest of the world’s athletes who are […]

Copyrights & Trademarks for NFL’s Lynch

  Copyrights & Trademarks for NFL’s Lynch ~Amy Lignor   Yes, it’s a television show where the Richies listen to the poor people with ideas and then rake them over the coals before saying whether or not they will be partners with them. The Richies insert the money necessary and then take a whole bunch […]

Welcome to the NFL Shark Tank

  Welcome to the NFL Shark Tank ~Amy Lignor   Yes, it’s a television show where the Richies listen to the poor people with ideas and then rake them over the coals before saying whether or not they will be partners with them. The Richies insert the money necessary and then take a whole bunch […]

A Sector Of Michigan Businesses Call For Kapneck To Hold Seminar

Some members would like Kapneck to hold a class and discuss his formula in assisting small business during these tight economic times so that businesses can achieve their goals. Kapneck has a great business knowledge and background and would be able to direct small business in new ways of marketing their products and creating new […]

Retiring Workers Save Michigan Money

An increasing number of expected state retirees is going to save the crumbling state of despair – I mean – Michigan, more money than expected.

A spokesman for the state says that 4,755 state workers will have generously taken a bow by the first of January, saving more than the projected $60 million for the state. The important jobs like child service workers will have replacements, but in the bigger picture, two out of three vacant jobs will be replaced.