Simple and Classic Egg Salad

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Guest post written by Veronica Caldwell

I was a vegan for a while and lasted three years with it. But after a while I just couldn't stand it anymore, I had to have some egg salad. See, egg salad sandwiches were my favorite for years and was really tempted by them. After i finally cracked and went out and ate some real ice cream, I decided that I was going to make myself some egg salad sandwiches as a kind of "welcome back" treat.

When I became a vegan, I got rid of a bunch of the recipes that included eggs and other things that I swore off. So I had to go onlien to try and find a recipe similar to the one that I used to swear by. When I was online I came across the website and after I read through it a little bit, I decided to sign up for an internet package I found for the service.

Flavored Electronic Cigarettes By Blu

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Why do people smoke? There are a lot of reasons, and even though everyone knows it's bad for your health, there are so many people who don't want to quit because it's a comforting habit. I'm a non-smoker, so I'm glad that smoking isn't allowed in most public places, but I understand how people who smoke don't want to have to do without something they enjoy.

Now there's an electric cigarette that for people who can't smoke in public, but they enjoy the feeling of smoking a cigarette after dinner or while having a drink, or for people who are trying to quit, but still enjoy the feeling of holding a cigarette in their hand because it's been a habit for so long. These cigarettes are a great way for people to quit smoking in a healthy way, because it doesn't replace the nicotine and it helps make the transition easier for a lot of people.

"Hot In Cleveland" on TVLand

Posted by Noble Stephens

If you haven't watched "Hot In Cleveland" on TVLand channel, which is on satellite TV from, you don't know what you are missing. Betty White is hilarious as ever.

"Hot In Cleveland" is a comedy about three successful Los Angeles women and an 80 year old woman. The three women from Los Angeles were on their way to Paris, France for a few weeks of vacation. Their plane was having some problems, so it landed in Cleveland, Ohio. The three woman loved it in Cleveland. They decided to stay awhile instead of heading back home or to Paris.

The three women needed a place to stay, but didn't want to stay several weeks in a hotel. They rented a house, but the house came with this 80 year old cleaning lady played by Betty White. The three women, who are in their early 40's, learn a lot from Betty White's character and visa versa. There are many misunderstandings because of the age difference.

"Hot In Cleveland" is a favorite comedy sitcom of mine. It has only been on for one season so far. The second season has just started a few days ago. This is a must see comedy sitcom. You will be laughing throughout the whole show.

Contact a Tell Del ICBC Lawyer Vancouver

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

It's stressful enough to get in an accident, but having to deal with a bunch of legal hassles can be even worse than the accident itself. If you've been in any kind of accident, including slip and fall injuries, you need to get in touch with an ICBC lawyer Vancouver before you take any other legal action.

It's easy to get pushed around by the legal system when you don't know your rights, and that's why it's so important to talk to an ICBC lawyer. They know how to handle these types of claims and can help you get what you deserve. When you talk to an ICBC lawyer, make sure you give them all the information they need so they'll be able to make a compelling case for your claim.

Affordable Life Insurance For Women

Thursday, March 10, 2011

I'm not usually one to try to talk people into doing things they don't want to do, but if you don't think life insurance is important, please reconsider for the sake of your family. Recently, there was a terrible car accident in our area, and the mother and two of the children were killed. Many people think of life insurance as something you buy for the husband, but it's so important to have life insurance for women.

Most of us don't have much money to spare, and funerals cost just as much for women as they do for men. How would most families afford the outrageous cost of a funeral for anyone without insurance. It's sad to say, but this is an expense that we're all going to have to deal with, so it's better to be prepared than to be faced with a ton of bills at the worst time in our lives. We're all on a budget these days, but you don't have to spend a fortune to have a good life insurance policy. Even if you think you can't afford it, please check it out before making a decision.

Joey Houssian of Outdoor Adventures Whistler Speaks to the Media

Monday, February 14, 2011

Joey Houssian of the Outdoor Adventures Whistler company will be speaking to the media about the alleged slaughtering of approximately 100 sled dogs. These dogs were said to have been killed due to a decrease in business and stories have been running rampant through the media. There have been conflicting reports as to how the dogs were actually killed and who is responsible for their deaths. It's easy to see how a story such as this can trigger strong emotions, which is why it's so important to find out what really happened.

I think it's going to be very important for people to take a step back from their initial response of wanting to believe the worst and listen to what the company has to say from their perspective. We can only hope that the animals didn't endure what some reports have stated, and that we can learn how to prevent this type of situation from happening in the future if these animals were needlessly killed. Even if they died a humane death, I think many people are wondering if these animals were ever given the opportunity to be adopted, and I'm willing to hear what Joey Houssian has to say.

Custom Labels and Name Plates for Military Use

As an Army veteran, I didn't think I'd enjoy watching the movie In the Army Now starring Pauly Shore, but I have to admit that it was surprisingly funny. Watching the recruits stumble through basic training reminded me of some of the people in my unit. One particular scene showed Pauly's character trying to shoot the Law Rocket backwards. You'd think it would be self explanatory, but believe it or not, there were several people who would have fired it backwards if someone didn't stop them. This is one reason it's so important to use labels that are designed for military use. It's funny in the movies, but it wouldn't be funny if someone was hurt due to human error.

Labels and name plates should be able to withstand exposure to harsh weather, or they're not going to do any good. In fact, they could do great harm if someone can't read a warning sign or other instructions. We used custom labels for everything in the military, and they're used in the field under extreme weather conditions, so nothing but the best will do when it's a matter of safety. There will always be people who don't read the labels until something goes wrong, but at least they can't say they weren't warned.

What Really Happened to the Whistler Dogs?

If you've been following the story of the Whistler dogs who were allegedly slaughtered in order to reduce business costs, you'll be interested to know that the owner will be speaking out for the first time. He'll be telling his side of the story, and from what I've read, he doesn't deny that the dogs were killed, but he states that his company didn't know how the dogs were killed, and explains that it was his understanding that they were euthanized in a veterinarian's office.

I'm curious to hear more about the dogs and how the company came to the decision to end the lives of these animals. I'm wondering if they were ever put up for adoption before being euthanized or if this was the only consideration for these animals. Some of the reports I've read are extremely graphic, and I'm hoping that they've been exaggerated. I'm sure there's more to the story than we've been told by the media, and I'm interested to hear what the company has to say.

Outdoor Adventures Whistler Owner Speaks Out

The media loves to sensationalize a story, otherwise they usually wouldn't have anything interesting to talk about. When I was serving as a medic in Desert Storm, we would often hear news reports from the media that told an entirely different story than we were witnessing. That experience made me realize that you can't believe everything you see and hear on the news even though they appear to be reporting the facts.

I've recently been hearing a story about a company called Outdoor Adventures Whistler that's being investigated because of dogs that were allegedly slaughtered in order to reduce business costs. I'm an animal lover and would never support a business that would harm animals, but I believe there are two sides to every story, and everyone should have a fair chance to tell their side. The owner of Outdoor Adventures Whistler will be sharing his side of the story with the media, and I'm very curious to hear what he has to say.

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