Scented Candles Take Me AWAY!

Written by M J Plaster

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Cheaper than a trip to paradise, quicker than you can even say "banana bread," you can light a candle. If your mind can imagine it, you can create it with scented candles for mere pennies!

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Guide to Mounting your Satellite Dish

Written by Adam

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If you wish to not mountrepparttar dish on your home you can also go another route. Most satellite dish providers have tripod stands for you. This is a great alternative if your apartment or condo complex doesn't allow you to nail anything to their exterior walls.

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I have had some problems with guests bumping and every so gently tappingrepparttar 100070 tripod andrepparttar 100071 TV goes blank..."Looking for signal" is what you'll see on your television. Evenrepparttar 100072 slightest nudge could result in you jumping out of bed in your pajamas and slightly tappingrepparttar 100073 satellite dish untilrepparttar 100074 signal is received again.

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