Month: August 2016

AIDS: Diagnosed in 1981

Bob Katz turned 65 years old this year. He’s a long-term survivor, having been infected with HIV at the very end of 1980. Katz is one of the lucky ones, having stayed mostly healthy since his diagnosis. “I had little symptoms and have been on medication since 1991,” he said. Katz also just went on Read More

What Happens When You Fly A Drone Over 11,000 Feet? VIDEO

A guy in the UK fly’s his drone illegally over 11,000 feet. Drone’s have been a hot item on a lot of people’s list since the early 2013’s. The FAA is strict about flying drone’s over 400ft and over airports, crowded places and many other rules. Click here for more information.   Read More

Blair Witch 2016 Movie Review

College students enter the Black Hills Forest in Maryland to see if the disappearance of James’ sister is connected to the Blair Witch. As night falls, the students realize the legend is all too real after they are visited by a menacing presence. Read More

Clinton Earned a Powerful Progressive Endorsement Tuesday

Hillary Clinton earned a powerful progressive endorsement Tuesday, landing the support of the Working Families Party, which enthusiastically endorsed Clinton’s rival Bernie Sanders during the Democratic primary. “The change we need next year starts with electing Secretary Clinton, but it doesn’t end there,” WFP National Director Dan Cantor said in a press release, noting its Read More

Is a Home Equity Loan a Smart Move for You? – Local Records Office

LOCAL RECORDS OFFICE – LOS ANGELES, CA – With home values rising, more Americans have equity in their homes says, Local Records Office. That has generated plenty of cheers from homeowners, and it’s also brought back the home equity line of credit as a popular option for the first time since before the Great Recession. Read More

The Things That Are in Demand in the Real Estate Market – Local Records Office

LOCAL RECORDS OFFICE – LOS ANGELES, CA – When people usually think of real estate value they think of two forces; supply and demand. Local Records Office says, “Yes”, this is correct; however supply and demand only fall under the one of the four main categories that drive and depress real estate value. Supply and Read More

Open Letter to Citrullinemia, A Rare Cycle Disorder

Dear Citrullinemia, Thank you. I know. I didn’t expect for me to say that either. “Thank you?” I don’t know. Something about that thing where time does something and things get easier and the hate kind of dissipates and this weird level of acceptance rolls in that you never, ever in a million years thought Read More

The Swansea Love Story and Beautiful Liverpool

You don’t see this in the film, but on our second visit there, we survived an attempted set-up/mugging in an abandoned building after being lured there on the promise of being able to watch people inject anabolic steroids. The steroid scene in Liverpool is intense and controlled by bodybuilders/doormen and, some claim, the police. We Read More

Atiba Jefferson | Skateboarder | Uber Driver | Photographer | DJ

Life wasn’t always moving so fast for the 38-year-old Colorado native. 20 years ago, when his family was living off food stamps, he moved to California with his brother and best friend with the idea of landing a job as a 7-Eleven clerk. An extremely grateful, compassionate, and positive person, Jefferson attributes most of his Read More

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