Born in 1965, James McAluney spent his childhood in three areas of the country; New England, Southern California and south central Pennsylvania. He graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree specializing in Business Administration from Pepperdine University in 1987.
After graduating from Pepperdine University, James McAluney entered the business world as a retail stock broker. A few years later, Mr. McAluney moved to Hawaii began work as an environmental contractor. He is currently a top commercial insurance broker in that state. Growing up in different parts of the country allowed Mr. McAluney to become well-versed in relating to various people … (Continue Reading)
March 11, 2013 – IKIGames releases The Rainbow Machine, a physics-based puzzle game available for PC, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS. Game play is based on directing a sphere towards treasure chests to retrieve the pieces of the stolen Rainbow Machine. You will have to solve 140 tricky puzzles and also defeat the burglars: a wicked bunch of kleptomaniac rats!
Key features of The Rainbow Machine:
- 6 islands amounting to 140 playable levels of increasing difficulty.
- Colorful story scenes.
- Retrieve 16 pieces and materials of The Rainbow Machine.
- Find 6 hidden trophies.
- Collect coins for buying items: Rebounder
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Second part of our series. First part here. Here we review some facts (grouped into five topics) for fighting pollution.
Consume the really needed amount of water. Avoid unnecessary water costs with these tips:
- Do not leave the tap running while you brush your teeth or shave.
- Do not wash the foods with the tap open; use a container. Upon completion, this water can be used for watering plants.
- Do not use any soap under running water.
- Use the washing machine and dishwasher only when they’re fully loaded.
- Do not throw sticks, paper, cigarette butts, sanitary towels,
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Start Your Engines: Gene Haas Tony Stewart Racing And The 2011 NASCAR Season
Gene Haas Tony Stewart Racing will be looking to carry over their momentum from 2010 into this year. Both drivers for Gene Haas Tony Stewart Racing had strong finishes last season and are legitimate threats in 2011. Will they be able to dethrone Jimmie Johnson? The point scoring system has changed for this season so the field may be wide open for anyone to come in and grab the Sprint Cup. Fans are looking forward to what 2011 will bring for Gene Haas Tony Stewart Racing and … (Continue Reading)
Members of the Merchant Discount Health Plan can receive the help they need for their eyes at a local vision care provider. By contacting 800-319-5243, members can talk to a representative Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CST. The staff will help members find the closest vision plan provider.
Save Up To 50% Off Chiropractic Services With The Merchants Discount Health Plan
After going to a participating provider for a free consultation through the Merchants Discount Health Plan, members will be able to save up to 50% off of services needed to alleviate chiropractic issues. On-site … (Continue Reading)
Self-confidence may stagger when we face up to our flaws severely and frequently. If we follow this approach in our lives, our flaws and failures will become our main source of concerns. We may become very good at spotting defects… so good that we may spend most of our time detecting flaws, focused into the bad things rather than the good ones. Such obsessive attention to the wrong things (flaws, manipulating or using other people, hurting other people, lying, and generally, those facts or actions that we think bad) may become the center of our lives.… (Continue Reading)
Herman Melville said: “It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation“. I totally agree. Let’s try. Let’s pursue innovation and originality. Most of time, our inner fears lie in failure… the fear to fail. In itself, fear is not that bad. It reminds us of dangers and the possibility of losses, and motivates us to think our actions carefully. But fear should be controlled. Fear should not paralyze us. I’ll try that idea in which I believe. I believe in myself, in my ideas, and thereby, I’ll pursue my goals, my projects. The process … (Continue Reading)
A well respected landowner required the services of a woodcutter. Soon, a burly man volunteered for the job. The landowner explained that, in order to get approved to the job, any candidate should axe down, in a single day, a leafy and huge cedar that was in front of his house. Faced with the daunting task, the woodcutter replied: “For Gods, maybe. But I don’t believe this chore to be humanly possible, so I retreat.” A second woodcutter arrived asking for the job, but once he heard the condition, it seemed to him that the landowner had become crazy. Like … (Continue Reading)
Recently, I’ve found plenty of sites explaining strategies for growing our blogs, where growing means to expand our reader-base or to win more money, depending on our goals for blogging. Other important motivation for blogging is to attain or fortify a position in a specific niche market. For example, if you’re a graphic designer, you can start a blog to present your past and current projects, demonstrate your abilities in the area of design, and potentially capture new clients. Moreover, creating a blog is easier than ever thanks to the new web 2.0 technologies, which allow to start posting in … (Continue Reading)
Recently, I’ve thinking of replacing my old and faithful Toshiba laptop with a new and more powerful machine. I will surely keep my Toshiba in use, mostly to write articles for Life, Money & Development. However, I work as a manager for a software development company, and frequently have to run several applications that are steadily exceeding my laptop’s computing capacity. Then, it’s time to update. The question raises… what machine I should purchase? Additionally, now that I’ll have to visit the Electronics store, I think it may be a good chance to bring home some gadgets. I’m totally opposed … (Continue Reading)