A STUNNING SURPRISE FOR AN ATTACKER!Written by Rick Etheredge
One of newer self-defense products on market is stunning ring. It is stunning in true meaning of word.
This beautiful ring comes with pepper spray. Since it looks like a piece of fine jewelry, a potential attacker won’t even suspect he is about to receive an effective shot of pepper spray.
The ring is crafted in silver and gold plating with a black onyx stone. Joggers, walkers, and workers are protected against violence with stunning ring which has replaceable pepper spray canisters. It is especially suited for women as protection against rape, violence or some other crisis.
The stunning ring can be worn on either hand, preferably on first or second finger. The thumb must be accessible to operate safety latch and to depress trigger. You simply point top of ring at face of an attacker, depress trigger and hold it for 2-3 seconds to release pepper spray.
No Kids at the Wedding Please - How to Say it TastefullyWritten by Robin Williams
As much as you love your nieces, nephews and even your own children, some of you know that an otherwise perfect day can be tarnished by a misbehaving little one. You don't want to hurt anyone's feelings, so what should you do? If you don't mind kids at your wedding, then this article is not for you. If your are in other group, read on...
If you are reading this you are probably afraid of being labeled as selfish or a child hater, but this is your day. You planned for it, paid for it and deserve to have it way you want. Even if you are being selfish, having paid a few thousand dollars or more says you have right to be!
Well enough of pep talk. You must be open and honest from very beginning. Waiting to long in fear of causing trouble will only make matters worse and leave you feeling even more "guilty" when some people were expecting to bring their little ones from start. Most people will understand and some have asked it for their own weddings, but there are still a few that need to be told. Here are some of ways to get message across early:
1. Send it with invitation. That right. You could put it on a separate card and make a reference to it being an adults only event. You may not want to say "no kids please" because words "adults only" is less likely to be seen negatively.
2. Call each and every person who you believe is coming and be honest and upfront. Don't take too long with small talk and try to end on a positive note. It would also be a good idea to have babysitters in a separate room at wedding in case someone forgets or just had to bring little Mark.