aura is thrilled to announce that mysticalmaven.com has reached a major milestone by being added to the blogs of the day, and making number 84 on the top 100 list of growing blogs on wordpress.com for June 12th 2009. Check it out here. On June 11th, 2009 we had 4159 visitors to our blog, making it our busiest day since mysticalmaven.com launched in March of 2006. I am very pleased that mysticalmaven.com is attracting more visitors and want to thank all those who visit mysticalmaven.com regularly, or who just happen to stop by, for helping us reach this important milestone. I’m grateful for your interest and welcome you to keep visiting and join in the conversation by adding your thoughts and comments to our posted topics.
(WXYZ) – Microwaves are in almost every kitchen. But this popular appliance is suspected of bursting into flames. And here’s the scary part: Consumers say it happens when the microwave is not turned on and when they’re not home. Read all the scary news with accompanying vid at LINK
aura writes; prolly stamped made in china. aren’t you glad we outsource most manufacturing?
“Canadian scientists are seeking additional funding for more and better ‘eyes’ with which to observe our sun, which has a bigger impact on Earth’s climate than all the tailpipes and smokestacks on our planet combined. And they’re worried about global cooling, not warming.” ENDQUOTE
What about Al Gore’s so-called “Global Warming consensus” ???
Since August 2006, a team has spent countless hours getting the nearly 80-year-old clocks atop the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank in working order. The many months of planning, of disassembling and reassembling, of testing and retesting, had wound down to this scene: Alexander Krukis focusing on his BlackBerry,
With the right tones, keypresses, phone numbers, and know-how, you can skip through or cut off long-winded automated voice systems and humans, access web services by voice, and smartly screen incoming calls. Check out our picks of the 10 best telephony techniques for getting more done in less time over the phone.
By: Kenneth P. Vogel
Dec 6, 2007 05:36 PM EST
Up in the sky: It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s … Ron Paul?
If a whimsical publicity stunt goes as planned, a blimp hyping the long-shot Republican presidential campaign of the Texas congressman will launch next week.
The Ron Paul blimp is set to fly from North Carolina, over Washington, New York and Boston, before heading to New Hampshire, where the Jan. 8 primary offers the iconic libertarian perhaps his best chance of translating his zealous Internet support into votes.
Continue Reading at Politico.com
…haven’t been blogging much lately because I was taking care of a sick friend. He’s now well, thanks be to God, so I’ll resume my posts. I tried to clean up the blog as much as possible after some problems cropped up while installing an upgrade, but I need to do more work on it. I’ll get to it one of these days…maybe