seemingly endless number of articles and magazine covers talk about
retirement, but the fact is that most Baby Boomers are still not ready
for the rocking chair. By 2010, 58 million people--20% of the
population--will be 50-64. Sure, they must do some retirement planning,
but meanwhile how do they survive and thrive in this challenging
PreRetirement life stage?
research and experience with this age group, along with feedback from
our user community, has enabled us to compile the top 15 'must do'
items for everyone in this life stage
(PRWEB) July 31, 2008 -- A seemingly endless number of articles and magazine covers talk about retirement, but the fact is that most Baby Boomers are still not ready for the rocking chair. By 2010, 58 million people--20% of the population--will be 50-64. Sure, they must do some retirement planning, but meanwhile how do they survive and thrive in this challenging PreRetirement life stage?
The answers come from www.PreRetirementLife.com, a new Web site guide with special resources, tips, and content for adults aged 50-64.
"Our research and experience with this age group, along with feedback from our user community, has enabled us to compile the top 15 'must do' items for everyone in this life stage," says Andrew P. Garvin, CEO of PreRetirementLife. "We've included our choices of the best sources of information for each of the 15 items."
1. Get A Comprehensive Medical Check-Up
First things first: Your health. It's time to get a head-to-toe medical assessment. You can discuss it with your doctor, or you can go for a state-of-the-art examination. Such an exam will set you back $3,500 or more, but it's a lot less than a new car. To get an idea of what a comprehensive exam can include, visit the Mayo Clinic's Executive Health Program at Mayoclinic.org, the Duke Execuitve Health program at DukeExecHealth.org, or the John Hopkins Executive Health Program.
"People 50 to 64 are very busy so sometimes healthcare takes a back seat," says Dr. Bimal Ashar, head of the Johns Hopkins program. "The time to have a comprehensive checkup is before the problems arise so you can be completely up-to-date on all preventive measures and focus on your health lifestyle."
A great general starting point for all medical issues is the NIH.gov website (U.S. National Institutes of Health).
2. Choose a Fitness Regimen
The experts all say we must exercise, but what's right for you? A terrific and currently popular fitness bible is "Younger Next Year" by Chris Crowley and Dr. Henry Lodge.
Read it. Then check out Fitness.com and Fitizens.com. If you can afford
it, consider hiring a personal trainer, even if it's just for five to
ten sessions to get you into the swing of things.
3. Select Your Anti-Aging Strategies to Live Longer and Look Younger from Head to Toe
It's time to pay attention to nutrition and supplements, weight loss,
teeth, eyes, skin and, yes, even cosmetic surgery. Much of this can be
expensive, so come up with a five to ten-year plan. What's most
important to you? Teeth whitening? Weight loss? Improved energy? Botox?
Eye lift? Do you want to focus on natural methods, like a diet, or
treatments? Start your research at LifeScript
or EveryDiet.org, DietTV.com, and the health and diet section of
WebMD.com. To learn about the latest trends in beauty products and
plastic surgery techniques, check out New Beauty magazine at
4. Get a Comprehensive Financial Assessment
Everyone's talking about "Your Number"--the amount you'll need to retire comfortably, and you can always play around with many of the financial calculators available online to get an estimate. But each individual's situation is different, and our advice is to sit down with a financial planner who is paid only on a fee basis (not through commissions.) Ask people you trust for a referral, or check out the Certified Financial Planners Board of Standards. Wiseradvisor.com and FPANet.org (The Financial Planning Association) are also great resources.
5. Maximize Your Savings
You'll probably need more money than you think to retire, and you never know..."stuff happens." It's never too late to increase your savings, optimize your 401(k), sock some dollars away in your IRA, and cut unnecessary expenses. Aside from all the great general sites that talk about financial planning including Money.com, check out LowerMyBills.com and the 401khelpcenter.com.
6. Understand Your Insurance and Benefit Options
Many people ignore this area until it's too late. Even if you're still in your fifties, start with an understanding of what your medicare and social security benefits will be by running the numbers at the Social Security Administration.
"For almost two-thirds of today's retirees, Social Security is their majority source of income and for millions over 65 health insurance would not be affordable without Medicare. Yet, all too often pre-retirees know less about their Social Security and Medicare benefits than any other piece of their retirement plan. It's critical that baby boomers do their homework," says Mary Jane Yarrington, who writes the "Ask Mary Jane" column at the The National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare.
Then do a check of all your current benefits at
Benefitscheckup.org. Next, navigate the big three in insurance: life,
long-term care, and disability. Start at LifeHappens.org (Life and
Health Insurance Foundation for Education) and then visit
7. Decide Where You'll Live
This is going to be a big decision. People "retire" to active living
and adult communities, retirement communities, foreign countries,
sunbelt states...even hotels and cruise ships. But most actually stay
where they are. Start thinking about this now. Explore options at
resources such as RetireNet.com, TopRetirements.com,
ActiveAdultLiving.com, and the Retirement Living Information Center at
8. Do a Career Evaluation
Are you happy with your job? Will it continue until you're 65...or
older? Is it time for a career change, and can you afford one? Remember
that generally speaking, the older you are, the less employable you
are. So now is the time for a career check-up. Start by looking at The Free Career Test
and QuintCareers.com (Quintessential Careers). Then explore the many
job sites for 50-plus people (such as Workforce50.com in the "Careers"
section of the "Most Useful Sites" at www.PreRetirementLife.com">www.PreRetirementLife.com).
9. Do a Personal and Relationship Evaluation
Is this the time in your life when you'll begin to spend more time with your family? Are you ready to look inward and decide what you want the rest of your life to be about? Where do you stand with your marriage (or significant other) and your kids ? Take a life inventory at useful sites such as LifeTwo.com and FamiliesWithPurpose.com. Are you a new grandparent? Check out Grandparents.com. Have any issues to solve? Start at the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy at aamft.org.
10. Make Sure Your Parents are Taken Care Of
Baby Boomers are the first generation whose parents may live 20 to 30 years beyond their retirement age.That adds a whole new level of complexity, cost, and worry for 50-plus adults. Millions of Boomers may be in a care giving situation for which they have little preparation. The good news is there are some excellent sources of information at sites such as CaringInfo.org, Caringtoday.com, and WorkingCaregiver.com. Check out Homeinstead.com's 40/70 rule for talking with your parents about care at 4070talk.com.
11. Pick and Prioritize Your Dream Trips
Where do you want to go? Where should you go before everyone else discovers it? Is there a place that could be quite different ten years from now that you should consider sooner (like the Galapagos or Great Barrier Reef)? How do you deal with rising fuel and resort costs? One idea, consider a home exchange program such as the one at homeexchange.com. Get great travel ideas at TripAdvisor.com, ElderHostel.org, and About.com's Senior Travel page.
"Planning where to travel before you retire is the way to go. Travel is
often cited as the Number 1 wish of the pre-65 crowd, and strategizing
early can help you determine where and how you'll live the best years
of your life," says Barry Golson, Editor of www.forbestraveler.com and author of the forthcoming book "Retirement Without Borders." (Scribner, December 2008)
12. Plan Your Leisure Time Lifestyle
Consider what you'll do when you stop working....or how to have more fun while you're still working. Do you want to expand or enhance your existing hobbies and sports activities? Do you want to try new ones? What kind of entertainment will be important to you? Explore the options at a2zhobbies.com, Allcrafts.net, and Craftsitedirectory.com. Meanwhile, find discount tickets to your favorite entertainment events at Stubhub.com.
13. Give Something Back
Do you plan to give something back to society through volunteering or mentoring within your area of expertise? It can take time to find the right way to help. Start with Network for Good and Volunteermatch.org. Or how about exploring vacations that combine your trip with do-good activities? Check out VocationVacations.com.
14. Get Your Estate Planning In Order
Depart this world without having your affairs in order and you risk
leaving a mess for your surviving family. Now is the time to ensure you
have a solid will, estate plan, and so-called "living will." You should
consult with your financial planner and an estate planning attorney.
Some helpful sites to guide you through the process include Nolo.com,
FreeAdvice.com, and FindLaw.com.
15. Start Taking Advantage of Age-Based Deals
Many of us don't want to accept that we're "over 50" or "over 60." But there's one big advantage: Many companies and services offer meaningful discounts to people as young as 50. Before you toss AARP's membership invitation, take a look at their deals (AARP.org). At www.PreRetirementLife.com, we have a special "deals and discounts" section with a special emphasis on great travel and entertainment bargains. A great book to buy is "Unbelievably Good Deals and Great Adventures That You Absolutely Can't Get Unless You're Over 50," by Joan Rattner Heilman. Enjoy the savings!
All of the sites mentioned above, plus some 500 others in 14 topic areas, are included in the Directory of Most Useful Sites for 50-plus adults at PreRetirementLife.com.
About PreRetirementLife.com: www.PreRetirementLife.com">www.PreRetirementLife.com, the Web's premier online guide for adults ages 50 to 64, is being developed with input from distinguished experts in business, research, media and internet marketing, as well as from members of the Baby Boomer generation. To learn more about this exciting new life stage, preview exclusive monthly deals and discounts, see the only virtual Expo for 50 plus adults, and access weekly secrets to staying young, visit www.PreRetirementLife.com">www.PreRetirementLife.com.
The El Niño which in Spanish means "little boy" and refers to "Christ Child", forms approximately every 4 to 7 years in the tropical South Pacific Ocean. It is a pool of very warm ocean water that suddenly moves east from near Australia across the tropical South Pacific, normally reaching the coast of South America near Ecuador and Peru around Christmas, raising havoc with fishing interests and causing disruptions in worldwide weather patterns during the winter months in the Northern Hemisphere, and summer months in the Southern hemisphere. Meteorologist and climate researcher David Dilley of Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO) says a recurring gravitational cycle called the "Primary Forcing Mechanism (PFM) for climate", will act like a magnet and cause the South Pacific high pressure center to be pulled out of its normal location in October and November, setting the stage for a moderate to strong El Niño to form in December.
Ocala, FL (PRWEB)
July 30, 2008 -- The El Niño which in Spanish means "little boy" and
refers to "Christ Child", forms approximately every 4 to 7 years in the
tropical South Pacific Ocean. It is a pool of very warm ocean water
that suddenly moves east from near Australia across the tropical South
Pacific, normally reaching the coast of South America near Ecuador and
Peru around Christmas, raising havoc with fishing interests and causing
significant disruptions in worldwide weather patterns.
Meteorologist and climate researcher David Dilley of Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO) says a recurring gravitational cycle called the "Primary Forcing Mechanism (PFM) for climate", will act like a magnet and cause the South Pacific high pressure center to be pulled out of its normal location in October and November, setting the stage for a moderate to strong El Niño to form in December.
During non El Niño years, prevailing easterly trade winds keep ocean waters relatively cool in the central South Pacific Region, and in turn causes a warm pool of water to gradually pile up in the Western Pacific near Australia. Then as the PFM gravitational cycle pulls the tropical high pressure system from its normal location, the easterly trade winds suddenly shift direction to westerly.
|Primary Forcing Mechanism (PFM) for climate|
Mr. Dilley says the PFM gravitational cycle that controls the formation of an El Niño peaks approximately every 4 years, and it will again peak during this September into January. As this occurs, the tropical South Pacific Ocean and atmospheric winds will respond rapidly and cause the formation of a moderate to strong El Niño by Christmas. This will likely be the strongest El Niño in over 10 years, and cause disruptions in weather patterns during the winter months in the Northern Hemisphere, and summer months in the Southern hemisphere.
The technology used in forecasting the upcoming El Niño is the same used for predicting the natural cycles of global warming and cooling. PFM gravitational cycles pull the atmosphere's high pressure systems northward or southward by as much as 3 or 5 degrees of latitude from their normal seasonal positions.
These cycles correspond nearly 100 percent with the last 24 moderate to strong El Niño occurrences since 1914, and with global warming cycles that recur approximate every 230 years, and mega global warming cycles that occur every 116,000 years. Additional information on the El Niño and the peer reviewed computer e-Book "Global Warming - Global Cooling, Natural Cause Found" is available at http://www.globalweathercycles.com.
David Dilley is a meteorologist and climate researcher with Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO), former meteorologist with the National Weather Service, and co-host of the radio program "the Politically Incorrect Weather Guys" airing weekly on RadioEarNetwork.com, an internet streaming radio program.
The summer wedding season is the time when many couples-to-be first become engaged. Nearly half of Americans believe it's fine for a woman to ask a man to marry her, according to a survey conducted by I Do Now I Don't.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2008 -- Once upon a time a man would get down on one knee to ask his girlfriend the most important question he will ever ask: the proposal of marriage. It was tradition, but these days "untraditional" has become the new tradition. Today, according to a survey by I Do Now I Don't it has become completely acceptable for a woman to propose marriage to a man and to help split the cost of the engagement ring.
The study conducted by http://www.idonowidont.com found that 47% of Americans believe it is completely acceptable for a woman to ask a man for his hand in marriage, 34% think its fine but only under certain circumstances, and a mere 18% felt it was wrong. When asked about engagement rings 63% of respondents thought that it was OK for the bride to be to split the cost of the engagement ring with her fiancé.
In the past, women were only allowed one day to propose marriage to a man: the 29th of February, which only happens every four years. Some legends say that this tradition began in Ireland during the 5th century when St. Patrick pronounced that a woman can propose to a man during a leap year. We know for sure that in 1288, Scotland made it legal for women to do the proposing during a Leap Year.
Men traditionally pay for the engagement ring. This tradition originated when the man had a family heirloom to give to his bride. Today the ring is usually purchased prior to the proposal. With so many couples are already sharing a home and expenses, there is no reason why they shouldn't be sharing the expense of the engagement ring as well. In fact, I Do Now I Don't survey found that 2 out 3 people believe it's okay for a woman to split the cost of the ring especially if the groom-to-be can't afford it.
Whenever and however these traditions started one thing remains true, we've sure come a long, long way! In this generation, not only are men not getting down on one knee to propose marriage, they may not even have to do the asking. Future brides are taking matters into their own hands. Whether its setting the date, asking for his hand in marriage or picking on the ring, women are taking charge.
At I Do Now I Don't we say no matter who is doing the proposing we want to know one thing: who is buying the engagement ring? Visit http://www.idonowidont.com to learn more about the survey results and the history of marriage.
Smart Television Alliance (STA) is asking TV viewers who would they
least want to babysit their kids - Homer Simpson, Hank Hill or Peter
Griffin? The purpose of the survey is to get parents to think about the
shows their children watch and promote healthy, educational programming
that is age-appropriate.
has partnered with media experts such as KIDSFIRST! and Common Sense
Media, among others, to highlight some of the best shows on TV today.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 30, 2008 -- Irresponsible, careless, naive or incompetent are hardly the characteristics you would want in someone supervising your children, but some of the most well-known parents on TV possess these exact traits. Who would you least want to babysit your kids - Homer Simpson, Hank Hill or Peter Griffin?
That is the question the Smart Television Alliance (STA) is asking TV viewers to answer in a recently launched poll. In addition, people can also post comments about their answers on the STA blog. The purpose of the survey is to get parents to think about the shows their children watch and promote healthy, educational programming that is age-appropriate.
"With children spending an average of four hours in front of the TV everyday, it's critical that parents try to make that time as constructive as possible through educational and inspiring programming," stated Christopher Turman of the Smart Television Alliance. "STA has partnered with media experts such as KIDSFIRST! and Common Sense Media, among others, to highlight some of the best shows on TV today."
STA believes it's important to: (1) provide parents and caregivers with resources and action steps to control what is watched on television and when; (2) partner with the producers of expert-recommended shows to highlight educational programming; (3) provide children's television recommendations from trusted media experts; and (4) enlist parents and others to spread the word to their friends and acquaintances.
About Smart Television Alliance (STA)
The Smart Television Alliance is a new coalition of national nonprofit organizations united by a shared commitment to improving what our nation's children watch on television. Our mission is to help parents and caregivers use technology, online tools, and program recommendations from trusted children's media experts to make smart television viewing choices. By promoting the viewing of educational and informational programming, STA will build a market for more high quality children's TV shows.
Gaining an extra couple inches gives men extra confidence or makes them appear more of a leader, especially in corporate or political situations.
Mississauga, ON (PRWEB)
July 30, 2008 -- Shorter political leaders are rarely elected. Taller
men get more promotions than shorter men. And women often avoid dating
shorter guys. These might sound like myths, but if you're shorter than
the average male, you know they are very true.
The average man in the US is 5'9", and if your height falls below standard, some people will look at you differently. Because of the media and other societal influences, people have stereotyped misconceptions about shorter people. People are often unaware that they are treating shorter people differently. This prejudice is usually subconscious.
Sure, there are short women too, but they can wear a pair of heels and easily make themselves much taller without anyone blinking an eye; but a man can't exactly throw on a pair of stilettos, can he?
Society's prejudices aren't going to change anytime soon, and high heels aren't going to become the latest fashion trend for men either; however, there is a solution that has been helping men feel more confident in not only their height, but also in themselves.
Akbar Pirani, along with his friend Shehzad Piyarali, founded WalkTall Shoes to cater to a market of men who want to enhance their appearance by walking tall. Their business successfully took off by first selling their shoes on eBay, then selling full-time through their website (www.WalkTallShoes.com). Pirani is 5'6", but when he wears WalkTall Shoes, he appears to be of average height. When Pirani met his wife, he was wearing the shoes. She jokes that she may not have dated him had he appeared to be a couple inches shorter.
You might think that height-enhancing shoes look funny or embarrassing, but they actually look completely normal. They are designed to look sharp and fashionable from the outside, while giving you a lift from the inside. And they aren't like shoe lifts that you slip into your regular shoes--WalkTalls are unique, because they have been specially designed to enhance height from the inside, while leaving enough space for your feet to walk comfortably--an important factor in a good shoe.
Most of WalkTall's shoes enhance height by 2.5 to 2.75 inches. This gives the optimum balance between comfort level, a non-bulky design, and a reasonable height increase. Shoes that enhance height by over 2.75 inches; comfort and design will be somewhat compromised.
All kinds of people buy WalkTall Shoes, including many celebrities--whose names cannot be released because of privacy purposes. Grooms often order WalkTall Shoes for their weddings. Most brides wear heels, making them tower over their grooms, so the height increase helps to balance things out. Women, who make up one-fourth of WalkTall's customers, often buy for their husbands or boyfriends. Society and the media often feed us with stereotypes that when a man is shorter than a woman, it looks wrong, funny, or is something to be ashamed of. But a little lift in height can avoid judgements and criticisms.
Although the shoes help many shorter men achieve a more average height, the majority of WalkTall's customers are actually average or above average height. "Gaining an extra couple inches gives men extra confidence or makes them appear more of a leader, especially in corporate or political situations". It's a fact that taller political leaders win elections more often than shorter ones. This will be proven true once again if Barack Obama wins against John McCain. Other high profile figures, such as movie stars, often feel the pressure to look taller as well. There's a buzz that Tom Cruise and the French president Nicolas Sarkozy also wear the concealed platform shoes to appear taller.
WalkTall Shoes don't change who you are, but they change how you appear to others. They allow people to see past your height, so that any prejudices or misconceptions don't get in the way of someone getting to know you or even promoting you. Wearing height-enhancing shoes are no different than grooming yourself to look your best. Taller men are appreciated in all cultures irrespective of geographical boundaries. WalkTall Shoes are a simple way to compliment your overall appearance. They can not only boost your height, but also your confidence--and everyone looks up to a confident man.
Hurricane season is upon us in Florida. Believe it or not, more people are seriously injured and killed on the picture perfect calm days after a hurricane has blown through and people are returning to their homes and lives. Here are 10 important steps to help ensure your safety in those cruicial days following a hurricane.
Miami, FL (PRWEB)
July 30, 2008 -- Hurricanes cause unbelievable destruction in terms of
lost property and lives. However, it's a little known fact that many
more people are seriously injured and killed on the picture perfect
calm days after a hurricane has blown through and people are returning
to their homes and lives. The number one culprit is stepping onto a wet
lawn or puddle that is electrically charged by an unseen down power
line. Following this tragic statistic, is the collapse of roof
structures while examining damage and falling trees.
Gulf Atlantic Industries of America, Inc. (GAI) is a state licensed and insured South Florida general contractor serving Miami to Melbourne and Miami to Pt. Charlotte. They specialize in disaster relief, new roofs, and hurricane protection products, including hurricane shutters, hurricane storm panels, and impact resistant replacement windows and doors. You may visit them at http://www.remodelsouthflorida.com or call (305) 937-0500.
GAI offer's these 10 important steps to help ensure your safety upon returning to your home, high-rise, or place of business following a hurricane.
Ten Important Steps to Help Ensure Your Safety Following a Hurricane:
1. Have proof of residency in the form of a driver's license accompanied by a property tax document, insurance document, and or piece of mail that shows current address. This will be necessary to re-enter an evacuation zone or heavily damaged area.
2. Be extra careful on what and where you are walking through as well as using your hands to move debris. Look out for power lines, tilting trees, light poles, power poles, sharp objects, and wild life, especially alligators, snakes, and raccoons.
3. Upon arriving at your residence, do not walk right in. Survey the entire exterior structure, especially the roof for lose roof tiles that may slide off on to your head. When entering, remain in the doorway threshold, looking at the ceilings and walls to evaluate the durability of your surroundings.
4. Check your power source, electrical panel box, and smell for gas. If power is out use a flashlight, do not strike a match or a lighter. Feel your walls for wetness especially around receptacles outlets and do not plug in appliances and electronic devises prior to making certain that the prongs are dry.
5. Open up all your Fawcett's for 5-10 minutes to run water. Do not drink or bathe in water until you are given an all clear from the county or your municipality as water may be contaminated.
6. Check your windows and sliding doors to be sure they are securely in place as not to collapse on you and carefully remove any broken glass.
7. For those of you who have solar systems on your roofs, check that they are securely in place so that the simple closing of a door does not trigger the unit to come loose thus sliding off the roof crashing on to you. Same for screen pool and patio enclosures, carefully examine the frame structure.
8. If you are returning to a mid or hi-rise apartment or condominium complex check with the management office as to whether the elevators are safely operating.
9. Be extra careful upon checking the secure placement of your floor to ceiling windows. If lose frames or broken glass is detected, back away and hire a professional to securely board up the openings.
10. Upon opening a sliding door to a balcony terrace, do it carefully and look at the structure. Do not lean on any railings or knee walls. If it appears to be unsafe, close the door and tape of the area with warning signs from the inside.
More About Gulf Atlantic Industries of America, Inc:
Gulf Atlantic Industries of America, Inc. (GAI), a Miami, Florida general contractor, is proud to announce that they are an authorized participating contractor in "My Safe Florida Home". This is a State of Florida administered program designed to assist homeowners to better harden their homes and protect themselves and their families from treacherous windstorm damage. To learn more about this program visit mysafefloridahome.com.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today warned consumers to avoid eating tomalley in American Lobster (Maine Lobster), regardless of where the lobster was harvested, because of potential contamination with dangerous levels of the toxins that cause Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP).
American lobster, also known as Maine lobster, are harvested from the waters of the Atlantic Ocean from Northeastern Canada to South Carolina, inclusive.
The FDA advisory applies only to tomalley, the soft, green substance found in the body cavity of the lobster that functions as the liver and pancreas. Cooking does not eliminate the PSP toxins. However, studies have shown that, even when high levels of PSP toxins are present in lobster tomalley, lobster meat itself is typically unaffected.
Symptoms of PSP include tingling and/or numbness of the mouth, face or neck; muscle weakness; headache; and nausea. In extreme cases, when large amounts of the toxin are consumed, these symptoms can lead to respiratory failure and death. Symptoms usually occur within two hours of exposure to the toxin. Anyone experiencing these symptoms should seek medical attention.
PSP toxins normally occur from time to time in clams and other shellfish and are carefully monitored by state regulatory authorities. The FDA learned of this problem after routine sampling conducted by regulatory authorities in Maine and New Hampshire found dangerous levels of the toxins in lobster tomalley. Some shellfish beds have been closed in recent months due to elevated levels of PSP toxins.
Lobster tomalley normally does not contain dangerous levels of PSP toxins. The current high levels of PSP toxins likely are associated with an ongoing red tide episode in northern New England and eastern Canada. Authorities in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, as well as in Canada, have issued advisories cautioning against eating tomalley.
In other news, Bennigans has filed for bankruptcy and is closing it's stores. Those of us not in prison will no longer have the opportunity to have our tubes cleaned out after a disgusting meal.
Tired of being the butt of a joke? Well now you can get your own back. Just install the Don't Pee Me Off over the toilet roll and any unsuspecting victim will find themselves a bit flummoxed when it comes to wiping.
To gain access to the toliet paper you'll have to work out how to undo the puzzle first. Just make sure you know how to undo the Don't Pee Me Off before you feel the need to go.
The added necessity to gain access to the toilet roll quickly might make it all that bit more difficult to undo the puzzle.
If your tired of being dumped on by your friends you can now exact the perfect revenge.
Don't worry instructions are included. Toilet paper not included.
Made to fit all standard sized toilet rolls.
1 wooden Dont Pee Me Off puzzle and instructions
A Shepard tone, named after Roger Shepard, is a sound consisting of a superposition of sine waves separated by octaves. When played with the base pitch of the tone moving upwards or downwards, it is referred to as the Shepard scale. This creates the auditory illusion of a tone that continually ascends or descends in pitch, yet which ultimately seems to get no higher or lower. (From Wikipedia).
To hear it's effects, play it over and over again.
Has high octane fuel just become obsolete? EnviroChip™ white papers show how consumers like you can save as much as 30¢ per gallon without sacrificing performance or damaging your engine.
Denver (PRWEB) July 28, 2008 -- White papers released today by Advanced Bio Technologies indicate that EnviroChip™, a revolutionary fuel harmonizing microchip, can eliminate a consumer's need to use premium grade gasoline. According to the document, EnviroChip™ utilizes 26 proprietary frequencies to restructure your fuel supply, which results in an extraordinarily clean burning fuel. Consumers can download the white papers at the company's website, http://www.EnviroChipFuelSaver.com.
EnviroChip™ utilizes advanced bioresonance technology to create a proprietary energy field that is charged onto a patented microchip. Studies show that the frequencies deactivate fuel compounds that are known to interfere with fuel economy and cause air pollution. The device is approximately 1" in diameter and is applied directly to the vehicle's fuel tank within minutes, where it emits its energy signature directly to the fuel supply for 3 years.
EnviroChip™ is sold exclusively by Advanced Bio Technologies and is available only through their website or phone ordering system.
About Advanced Bio Technologies:
Our mission is to utilize bioresonance technology to help improve the health and well being of consumers in an environmentally friendly manner.