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Make your room beautiful with attractive wall stickers

Stickers are used by many people to decorate their houses because they add beauty to their houses because it speaks more than just a design. Many parents who cannot afford the cost of designed walls with POP and other material, they usually preferred to use beautiful wall stickers. Children who get bore seeing their walls from such a long time they paste stickers of cartoon characters to transform the look of their rooms and make their room attractive.

Stickers – Best way of saving money

The cost of decorating a room can be very costly because all the tools, paints and products needed requires huge amount and also needs time to prepare and this thought of standing for hours sometimes make a person tired. If you think that your wall doesn’t have any requirement of painting then you can make use of wall stickers. All this can be done in a very affordable price and which will also help you to love your room again and make you live in your own home with more peace. The best thing of these stickers is, it doesn’t take too much time to apply and at last you get a good looking room that will give completely a new atmosphere.

Steps to apply

These stickers come in various styles and different packing. You have to perform few steps to paste it o the wall. The very first step you should keep in mind is – leave the painted wall for at least two weeks before pasting the stickers so that the paint can get dry properly in these weeks. Sometimes when you touch the wall it seems like it completely dried but in actual it is not.

To paste the stickers on the wall make sure that:

• Wall is completely dry

• Decide the exact position where you want to paste it.

• The right way to apply it is – hold the sticker and remove the back wrapper slowly while applying it on the wall.

• With the help of card and a solid piece remove the air bubbles if any.

• Rub the sticker with a soft spongy material that will make the sticker smooth on the wall.

Also if you see any bubble inside you can either make use of the pin to remove the bubble or can reapply it. After that again make use of the sponge material over the sticker so that it will look flawless and unbreakable.

If you want to decorate the room of your children, you can make use of wall stickers.

Wall Street Journal Op Ed Compares Obama to Ronald Reagan – Stating They Underestimated Reagan Too?

A Gentleman by the Name of Hayes, wrote an Op Ed in the Wall Street Journal stating that Ronald Reagan’s rhetoric was underestimated by the Democrats and that is party why he won and that Obama is being underestimated now by the Republicans in the same way. I beg to differ, and will go toe-to-toe with anyone who wishes to join with Mr. Hayes to debate me on this topic, as he will need all the help he can get.

You see this Op Ed piece and Mr. Hayes fails to realize that Ronald Reagan was one of the best Governors that California ever had, he was President of the Screen Actors Guild prior to that, he also did talk radio for a year on politics. He was very wise, and accomplished in every regard. And he could back up his words quoting Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger, and had an incredible array of topics that he could speak on for hours straight. To compare Mr. Obama with Ronald Reagan without considering these other points, is apples and oranges.

It is amazing the amount of Press that Obama is getting, and how often he makes mistakes while speaking, for instance the other day he stated that NAFTA was sending job overseas, wrong, over the borders okay, but that is not what he said. In fact, in OH he says NAFTA is a mistake, but in TX he will have to backtrack that when talking to the Longshoremen, and in El Paso, and in San Antonio where they send over to Mexico so many US Products. And its 65% Hispanic in San Antonio. There is a big difference between offering hope and giving lip service.

Oh sure, you can get away with it for a while, but what happens when you have to explain the cliches, or the positions behind your words? Then what? Ronald Reagan knew his stuff. Obama’s handlers will need to be very careful to make sure he sticks to the “chicken soup for the soul” routine, but its a long time until November, and the Media loves to build them up and tear them down. Oh you want me to back up my words do you? Okay how about Howard Dean and John Kerry? If the Democrats run Obama, they need to send him back to learn a few things to compete.

Besides we are talking about the United States of America, the greatest nation ever created in the history of mankind; 17 trillion dollar GDP, and 303 million people. There is a lot at stake here, this is not a joke, we need someone who can handle it and who gets it, but I just don’t get that from Obama.

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Wall Mount Your Nintendo Wii

How is it that video games have made it from your kid’s room to the living room?

Gone are the days when video games were just a kid’s toy. Growing up in the 80’s, I remember spending countless hours locking myself in my room to play the classic Nintendo. Or even before then, having my older brothers kick me out of their room while they played Pong or some other video game.

No longer are video gaming systems considered a child’s toy or activity. We have 3 gaming systems in our home and the children in the house are only 2 and 3 years old. I am still that kid that played Nintendo and Super NES for hours, only now I don’t like to have to go to my room. With games for the Wii like Wii Sports and Wii Fit, even my wife likes to play.

Now that gaming systems have taken over the living room, where do you put them? We didn’t want our Wii sitting on the floor like my games back then. I don’t want it sitting on the fireplace mantle with cords hanging down so the kids can grab it. Our TV is wall mounted just above our fireplace and we barely have enough length for our 15 foot HDMI cord to reach the TV through the wall, but it looks very clean.

After buying our Wii, we were posed with problem of determining just where to put it. We came up with the idea of wall mounting it behind our TV so that we didn’t have to open the wall to run more cable. After spending hours searching online, driving to retail stores, even the home improvement ones, we couldn’t find anything that came close, so we decided to make our own. We consulted with professionals in the plastics industry and came up with the Wii Wall Mount. Now we get the play our games on the big screen and still get to keep our clean look as if the Wii wasn’t even there.

Chuck Shirley

Bottle – China Decals Wall Stickers – Star Wars Wall Stickers

History
See also: Phoenicians and wine
Since prehistoric times, bottle containers were created from clay or asphaltum sealed woven containers. Early glass bottles were produced by the Phoenicians; specimens of Phoenician translucent and transparent glass bottles have been found in Cyprus and Rhodes generally varying in length from three to six inches. These Phoenician examples from the first millennium BC were thought to have been used for perfume. The Romans learned glass-making from the Phoenicians and produced many extant examples of fine glass bottles, mostly relatively small.
For wine
Main article: Wine bottle
Reusable glass milk bottles
A Codd bottle.
A beer bottle
Bottles of Wine
The glass bottle was an important development in the history of wine, because, when combined with a high-quality stopper such as a cork, it allowed long-term aging of wine. Glass has all the qualities required for long-term storage. It eventually gave rise to “chteau bottling”, the practice where an estate’s wine is put in bottle at the source, rather than by a merchant. Prior to this, wine would be sold by the barrel (and before that, the amphora) and put into bottles only at the merchant’s shop, if at all. This left a large and often abused opportunity for fraud and adulteration, as the consumer had to trust the merchant as to the contents. It is thought that most wine consumed outside of wine-producing regions had been tampered with in some way. Also, not all merchants were careful to avoid oxidation or contamination while bottling, leading to large bottle variation. Particularly in the case of port, certain conscientious merchants’ bottling of old ports fetch higher prices even today. To avoid these problems, most fine wine is bottled at the place of production (including all port, since 1974).
There are many sizes and shapes of bottles used for wine. Some of the known shapes:
“Bordeaux”: This bottle is roughly straight sided with a curved “shoulder” that is useful for catching sediment and is also the easiest to stack. Traditionally used in Bordeaux but now worldwide, this is probably the most common type.
“Burgundy”: Traditionally used in Burgundy, this has sides that taper down about 2/3rds of the height to a short cylindrical section, and does not have a shoulder.
“Champagne”: Traditionally used for Champagne, it is similar to a Burgundy bottle, but with a wider base and heavier due to the pressurization.
Codd-neck bottles
In 1872, British soft drink maker Hiram Codd of Camberwell, south east London, designed and patented a bottle designed specifically for carbonated drinks. The Codd-neck bottle, as it was called, was designed and manufactured to enclose a marble and a rubber washer/gasket in the neck. The bottles were filled upside down, and pressure of the gas in the bottle forced the marble against the washer, sealing in the carbonation. The bottle was pinched into a special shape, as can be seen in the photo to the right, to provide a chamber into which the marble was pushed to open the bottle. This prevented the marble from blocking the neck as the drink was poured
Soon after its introduction, the bottle became extremely popular with the soft drink and brewing industries mainly in Europe, Asia and Australasia, though some alcohol drinkers disdained the use of the bottle. One etymology of the term codswallop originates from beer sold in Codd bottles.
The bottles were regularly produced for many decades, but gradually declined in usage. Since children smashed the bottles to retrieve the marbles, they are relatively rare and have become collector items; particularly in the UK. A cobalt coloured Codd bottle today fetches thousands of British pounds at auction[citation needed]. The Codd-neck design is still used for the Japanese soft drink Ramune and in the Indian drink called Banta.
A PET bottle
Plastic bottles
Plastic bottles (e.g. two-liter) used for soft drinks can withstand typical internal carbonation pressures of 24 bar (3060 psi.), because the plastic is strain oriented in the stretch blow molding manufacturing process.
Aluminum bottles
Main article: Aluminum bottle
The aluminum beverage bottle, launched in 2002, also known as a bottlecan, is made of recyclable aluminum with a resealable lug cap that fits onto a plastic sleeve. Some studies have concluded that aluminum provides for increased insulation keeping beverages cooler longer than glass.[citation needed]
Capsules
Some jars and bottles have a metal cap or cover called a capsule. They were historically made of lead, and protected the cork from being gnawed away by rodents or infested with cork weevil. Because of research showing that trace amounts of lead could remain on the lip of the bottle(NYT 2aug91), lead capsules (lead foil bottleneck wrappings) were slowly phased out, and by the 1990s(FDA 1992) most capsules were made of aluminum foil or plastic.
See also
A bottle wall of an earthship bathroom
Carinate
Plastic Bottles
Concert bottling
Glass Container Industry
Reusing water bottles
Bottle sling
Bottle wall
Screw cap
References
^ Perrot and Chipiez, Histoire de l’art, v iii, 734-744
^ George Rawlinson, History of Phoenicia, 1889, Green Longmans publisher, 583 pages
^ UK word origins
External links
Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Bottle
Antique Bottles collectors/traders
Corning Museum of Glass
Categories: Bottles | Containers | Packaging | Wine packaging and storage | Recyclable materials | Glass bottlesHidden categories: All articles with unsourced statements | Articles with unsourced statements from November 2007 | Articles with unsourced statements from April 2008

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