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April 2014

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Ever have a friend brag that she received a greeting card from the White House? Now you can trump her by telling her that you received two cards from the white house one for your birthday and the other for the birth of your new great grandson (or whatever).

The White House will send greeting cards signed by the President of the United States to commemorate special events, accomplishments or milestones free of charge to U.S. citizens. The following information will help you pull off this coup.

Your request may be submitted through the "Constituent Services" function of any one of your U.S. Senators or U.S. Representatives. Requests can also be mailed, at least six weeks in advance of the event to: White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. 20500.
You should know that there are certain restrictions and that you may have to wait for months to get the card while they get the President to sit down and sign his mail.
Your anniversaries need to be for at least 50 years and birthday greetings will only go out to those 80 and older. Other rules and tweaks are listed at the web site.
Great information for the big shots amongst us!

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Did you know that you can polish your shoes, relieve rashes and itches, polish silverware, whiten your teeth and even remove warts all with ----- a banana peel!

This interesting blurb outlines 18 surprising home uses for banana peels and provides links to other interesting sites covering the banana peel craze.

The site is on the house and has great appeal! (ARGH!)

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Tired of the same old hotel routine? Here's a way to look at some alternatives like: apartments and rooms, treehouses and boats. Now you can stay in unique spaces in 192 countries - often for peanuts.
First register so the system knows who you are and has your contact information. Then let the system know if you are an owner who wants to rent space out or a traveler who wants to find space to rent.

If you are travelling, just ask the system what they have available at your destination and have fun looking at how much you can save over escalating hotel costs.

These folks have all sorts of convenience and security safeguards built in to protect both the homeowner and the traveler. The New York Times and ABC News think pretty highly of this great place.

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"Hey look - here's a message from Grampa on Facebook -- but he died last week!"

CNN, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal think this place is pretty neat. You can create a message (or messages) that are only published to your social networks once you leave for heaven. This allows you to say goodbye in your own time and in our own unique way.

You can send messages to Facebook, Twitter & Linkedin. You can send out a final message and / or a series of scheduled messages and you can release video and audio messages.

Some think that you need a good sense of humor to communicate from the afterlife. Others think it's pretty neat. Everyone appreciates that it's on the house.

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