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A Few Techniques To Promote Your Website

Online websites are fighting for a top position I the search engine result page now. This is because of the fact that people mostly use only the search engines to reach to a website. only if you are in the first page of nay result produced by the search engine for a particular search phrase there is nothing possible. It is good to reach the recommended SEO agency for new jersey clients in order to increase the visibility of your website.

How page rank is calculated?

The search engines uses a definite algorithm that is called as spider. It crawls throughout the online space and finds the exact match for a particular search word. So if you are willing to be in the first page of the search engine then you need to convenience the algorithm created by the search engine. Even though your content of the website matches the search phrase, the algorithm looks in other aspects of the website. It should have a unique content and there should be versatile information in different formats such as images and video along with the text information. If your website qualifies all the above requirements then it is easy to find a decent spot in the SERP. Let me provide you certain important tips that will help your website to rank better than before.

Points to remember

  • Your website should be mobile friendly because many people access the search engines through their smartphones.
  • Unique and quality content, which do not reflect other sites, is compulsory. Text information should be checked before publishing for piracy.

  • You can add graphical information in order to attract younger online users.
  • Do not add content that is not related your operations in the website. Because this may reduce the credibility of your website in sharing information.

Debt Counselling By Debt Relief Servicing

Debt counseling has emerged as a major business in the USA. The companies affiliated with this business offer solution to the debt problems of the clients. They provide various products that assist in settling the debt of the client.

It is essential to choose a reputable organization for your debt management as it will help you save precious money without charging too much fee. Debt Relief Servicing is one such company.

Debt Relief Servicing

It is a California based company headed by an expert mortgage negotiator. The company is staffed by legal and debt experts who assist in settling the debt with minimum penalties and troubles. Debt Relief Servicing is considered to be a top of the line institution that is respected through our USA.

Services Offered By Debt Relief Servicing
A few of the services offered by the Debt Relief Servicing are listed below:-

1. Credit/ Debt Servicing
Debt Relief Servicing can truly help to reduce debt issues. It looks at the client’s financial situation first and tries to help according to the situation.

This may include creating a reasonable budget, prioritizing your bills and working with your creditors to reduce your interest rates. The company also helps you in developing money management skills.

2. Debt Consolidation
Debt Relief Servicing is an expert in the art of debt consolidation. The company gets the details of all your loans and consolidates them into one big loan for a very minor fee. This gives you the advantage of paying one bill per month and you do not have to keep a record of all your outstanding loans. Debt consolidation provides you with true peace of mind.

Standing Of Debt Relief Servicing

The Debt Relief Servicing has sound financial standings and it has been awarded following awards as a tribute to its excellent services:-

1. Membership of the Better Business Bureau. The BBB ratings of this company are quite high as compared to its competitors.

2. Debt Relief Servicing is accredited by TASC on the basis of its ethics and professionalism.

3. The company is also certified by the International Association of Debt Arbitrators (IAPDA). The company has composed of true professionals and this is appreciated by all agencies.

Company Contact
The company can be contacted on the following address:-

505 S. Villa Real Drive, Ste. 100
Anaheim, CA 92807
Phone: 1-877-763-4684
Fax: 1-714-528-9100

Job fair planned in Raton next week; Employers, resource providers part of inaugural event

In what organizers hope will be an ever-expanding annual event, job seekers from Raton and the surrounding area have a chance next week to make personal contact with potential employers who will be represented at the inaugural Raton Community Resource and Job Fair.

Also scheduled to be represented at the event are organizations that offer education and job-seeking resources.

Organization of the job fair — scheduled for Wednesday in the lower level of the Raton Convention Center from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. — was led by SL Start and New Mexico Works. SL Start is a Santa Fe-based human service company that “creates and delivers employment programs for individuals facing barriers to employment,” according to its website. It provides services throughout the state to New Mexico Works, which contracts with the state Income Support Division, which is a part of the Human Services Department. New Mexico Works provides adults throughout New Mexico with the services “they need to get a job, develop a career, and become self-sufficient in today’s turbulent economy,” according to its website.

Several local government entities and economic development organizations partnered with SL Start and New Mexico Works to help organize the job fair. One of those entities is the Colfax Workforce Development Center operated by SER-Jobs for Progress. SER stands for service, education, and redevelopment.

Joe Rodman, the local representative at the Colfax Workforce Development Center in Raton, noted the local Professional Business Women’s organization used to put on a job fair years ago, but such an event has been absent from Raton for a while. He said next week’s job fair is designed to be a “new starting point” on which more participants can be added and the event can grow in years to come.

A total of 22 businesses and resource providers were scheduled to be represented at the job fair as of earlier this week. (See accompanying list of participants.)

Rodman encouraged job hunters to bring a résumé, something to write with and write on and to dress appropriately — in a manner acceptable for a job interview.

He said that while some of the government entities at the fair may not be currently hiring, they will be able to help people who may want to later apply for a position get familiar with the sometimes-unique government hiring process.

New Mexico Works has been conducting similar job fairs throughout the state and hopes that each one will become “more of a community thing,” according to the organization’s job developer, Jim Schumaker. He said the hope is that local organizations — many of which are participating in this year’s first job fair — will take ownership of the event in future years.

Schumaker said SL Start/New Mexico Works job fairs that have been done in other parts of the state have received a good response, in some cases drawing many more people than organizers expected.

“It’s a need that’s across the board,” he said, referring to job fairs where employers can “show off who they are” and job seekers can take advantage of the personal “one-on-one factor” of meeting an employer instead of just posting a résumé on a website.

In addition, people can make contact with resource providers at the job fair. In a letter to Rodman and others involved in the development of the job fair, Schumaker wrote, “This event is more than a job fair; it is also a resource event where those same individuals looking for a job can also find out what resources are available in the Raton area.” Those resources, he wrote, will help the job seekers gain the education skills and “other beneficial knowledge to help better prepare them to get a job.”

The following employers and employment/education resource providers are scheduled to participate in the May 15 job fair at the Raton Convention Center. The job fair is set for 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

New Mexico Works
Colfax County
City of Raton
Colfax Workforce Development Center
New Mexico Highlands University
Raton Chamber of Commerce
GrowRaton!
Miners’ Colfax Medical Center
New Mexico National Guard
Walmart
Luna Community College
Mora Colfax Head Start
Raton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Raton Public Schools
New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
U.S. Army
Springer Correctional Center
Raton Family Support Services
Raton Professional Business Women
Raton Fire Department
Raton Police Department
Mary Kay

About Shows in Atlantic City

About 37 million visitors arrive each year in Atlantic City, New Jersey, to take advantage of this miniature Sin City on America’s East Coast. But gambling isn’t the only draw. Visitors also come to take in the Boardwalk, with its all-American Boardwalk Fries, crunchy funnel cake and chewy salt water taffy. Some come for the salty Atlantic Ocean. And many come for the Vegas-style entertainment that Atlantic City offers.

Concerts
The House of Blues hosts entertainers such as Gospel Brunch and Mary Mary. The Stockton Performing Arts Center regularly has concerts with performers like Dokken, Dickey Betts & Great Southern, and Hal Ketchum.

Comedy
Since 2004, 1,000 performers have graced the stage at Tropicana’s Comedy Stop Cafe and Cabaret. Gambling hot spots like Caesars also bring comedy to the seaside, with entertainers such as Jerry Seinfeld.

Thrill Shows
Many great adrenaline-pumping and daring shows enjoy the water and sky of Atlantic City, like the spectacle of planes and boats called “Thunder Over the Boardwalk.”

Sports
Professional wrestling and boxing matches thrive in Atlantic City. World Wrestling Entertainment settles in at Boardwalk Hall regularly.

Performing Arts
The Stockton Performing Arts Center also hosts theatrical performances for both children and adults, orchestral and choral concerts, and dance troupes.

Sometimes You Gotta Just Say It

Today life is a bit better than it was a week ago. I realize I may have sounded pretty down in the dumps over the issues with my kid, and frankly, I was. We are still in the throws of it, but there has been an improvement, which makes a huge difference in my outlook for things on the whole.

The entire problem is enough to send any parent into a deep funk anyway, but what had me really bummed is my complete lack of confidence in one part of his treatment team. The direction they were taking things, or should I say lack of direction, and the fact that we had an inexperienced resident practicing on my child was not what I needed to see. After one meeting with this individual, I was disgusted and ready to yank my kid out of their entire program.

For as much as I talk a big story online, I really don’t like conflict. I end up trying to be a diplomatic fool in most cases trying to assuage hurt feelings or avoid them entirely. This was one of those situations where avoidance was not an option; this is my kid’s well being we are talking about. So, for today’s meeting, my wife and I went in with some pretty specific concerns and requests to discuss, possible hurt feelings be darned.

Full of intent and with more than a bit of adrenaline pumping throw my veins anticipating push back on our concerns, we headed into the meeting. After a few formalities, we dived right in. There was little back and forth as we plowed through our recent efforts with our son and the failings we were observing in his treatment and the entire situation at the treatment facility. Then without any dramatic pause that we might have anticipated, the resident fully agreed.

Just like that, we realized she had observed the same lack of effectiveness and the fact that our son didn’t click with her on any level. She was recommended replacing herself with another doctor or moving to an outpatient program as quickly as possible. I was pleasantly surprised.

Though I still don’t feel like she was ready to treat my son, I respected her for recognizing and accepting the fact that she wasn’t the best fit for the situation.

Today life sucks a little less. We actually have a potential timeline to bring my son home and continue his therapy in an outpatient situation. Trials are always easier for me to deal with when there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

So, sometimes you just gotta say it, whatever “it” is. Just like the eBay commercials, right? Often your big anxieties will be solved better if you just take the challenge head-on, even if the challenge is a potentially difficult one.

Understanding Diabetes Complications

When you are diagnosed with diabetes, you will always have the possibility of complications hanging over your head. The question is, what are the acute complications. What should you look for? Which part of your body will be most affected? We will try to clarify what the most severe complications are, and what you should watch for.

Complications usually are blood vessel diseases. These complications could involve either the small blood vessels or the larger ones. The small ones involve the eyes, nerves, and kidneys. The larger vessels would involve coronary heart disease, strokes, and severe pain in the lower legs.

Kidney damage is a common complication from diabetes. Diabetic nephropathy is damage to the small blood vessels in the kidneys. This causes the protein to leak into the urine and eventually the kidneys lose their ability to clean and filter the blood. Dialysis may be needed to filter the toxins from the blood. It serves the same role as the kidney and once you start on dialysis you will need to remain on it. The only alternative would be to have a kidney transplant.

Diabetics also need to take special care of their feet and legs. Even a small injury can lead to a serious infection, festering ulcers, gangrene, and amputation of all affected parts.

Another common severe complication of diabetes is complications with the eye. Called diabetic retinopathy, it normally occurs in patients who have had diabetes for more than five years. Blood vessel damage in the back of the eye causes leakage of protein and blood in the retina. It will also cause small aneurysms, and new blood vessels may develop but will be brittle. Bleeding from the new blood vessels can lead to scarring and a detachment of the retina causing damaged eyesight.

Describing these complications should be enough to compel you to avoid complications if possible. Take care of your body, eat healthy, exercise, and get the rest you need.

How to use Fruits to Lose Weight?

Most of us believe that fruits will help us lose weight.
If you are one of them, you are right.

Fruits will give you a lot of energy and will supply essential vitamins and nutrients to your body. They do not have bad fats and they also have fewer calories.

But this doesn’t mean you should eat fruits in addition to your regular diet. You should instead substitute snacks, desserts, or part of your meals with fruits.
By substitution part of your diet with fruits, your calorie intake will not increase. And since fruits do not have bad fats, your diet will be sensible and this will help you lose weight.

Well, what about fruit juices?

Most of us choose fruit juices than fruits.
Juices are less messy and easy.

 

But if you want to lose weight, stay away from juices. This is no alternative for solid, fresh fruits.
I can give you 3 reasons why you should stay away from juices.

Reason 1

  • Weight loss is all about how many calories you eat and how many you burn. The more calories you eat, the more you gain.
    When you eat fruits to lose weight, you actually substitute the food you would normally eat, with fruits. This is quite possible if you eat solid fruits. Solid fruits fill you up and you won’t overeat once your stomach is full.
  • But juices are like water. We, in fact, substitute water, not food, with juices. Water has no calories. But fruit juices have a lot of calories. So, by substituting water with juices, your calorie intake will be increased and this will result in weight gain, instead of weight loss.

Reason 2

  • Another reason why fruit juices are not good for weight loss is the quantity.
  • Let’s take an example.
    When you eat oranges, for the snack, how many would you normally eat? 1, or 2 may be.
    But when you drink juice, how many ounces would you drink. An 8oz glass may be.
    How many oranges does it take to make one glass of juice? At least 3 or 4. Right?
  • You see, you are virtually taking 3 to 4 oranges and yet you will not be full.
    These extra calories will, in fact, turn into fat resulting in weight gain, instead of weight loss.

Reason 3

  • The 3rd reason to stay away from juices (the commercial juices) is “the added sugars”.
    All commercial juices are loaded with simple sugars. Another unnecessary addition to your calorie intake. And these sugars will also result in an insulin spike, affecting your fat burning ability (metabolism).
    Considering the above 3 reasons, it is safe to say that you should keep away from juices and should eat fruits to lose weight.
  • Still, it doesn’t mean that you can eat as many fruits as you want. Even though fruits do not have added sugars, they do have some sugars. (Rule of thumb – All sweet foods have simple sugars.)

So, do not take more than 2 servings of fruits in a day.
That should give you plenty of energy and nutrients to help you lose weight.

Assuming My Help Is Free

Tech geeks everywhere have to relate to what I am about to write. I am sure this applies to plenty of other areas of life too, but since I fit most with the geek side, I’ll share what bugs me on this one. Why is it that people assume what we do, in the tech field, is something they can get from you for free? This is what I do for a living, not tech support per se, but working on the computer. There are other things I do professionally as well, and it should be up to me to determine when I am going to give my services away, not something you can assume that by loose association to me you automatically get for free.

 

Did that sound kinda strong? Well, maybe my problem is that I am not straightforward when things bug me, but I have been told I wear my emotions very clearly on the face, so either some people choose not to notice, or just don’t care.

As usual, I need to backpedal a little to clarify. I enjoy sharing my abilities to help others. I have fixed countless computers, reinstalled Windows more times than likely most Geek Squad idiots down at Best Buy could even imagine, and given away plenty of old hardware I had laying around than most readers of this site have likely ever purchased. I do enjoy it, I just don’t enjoy people I hardly know making that assumption it is free. A minor point you think? I beg to differ.

How about I approach you and plan on a freebie in your chosen field for supporting your family. You’re a doctor, great! I’ll be making some appointments for my kids and family next time they are sick – and go ahead and skip the bill. Own a fledgling restaurant, I’m gonna love all that free food coming my way! I’ll be sure not to come more than once a week though so I don’t abuse our new relationship. I need to find myself a mechanic friend here soon because I think my car needs a new timing belt. I’ll cover the cost of parts though, okay? I am guessing a mechanic or two will happen upon this post and readily agree with me. I figure mechanics often get their services abused like tech geeks.

Is that the key? If you offer a service instead of something tangible, it is obviously something you can give away because it doesn’t cost you anything, right? Wrong! You know what it costs me, time! Time is our most valuable asset. Time can only be spent, never built up or received. How we choose to spend our time is what really defines our lives. That choice is mine, not yours to assume it comes without a price.

Those who know me know that my hobby in recent years is photography. Once I jumped on the digital SLR bandwagon, I have pursued it with passion and enjoyed it thoroughly. I have done a lot of professional work, but I also offer my services for free to a lot of friends & family. This is something I enjoy being able to say “no charge” to those I am closely associated with. I have donated photo shoots to local schools for fundraising and showed up for charitable causes at no expense. These are the occasions when I like to give of myself and my time. This service is also when I have been particularly irked when people assume they have new access to a great freebie. One family, in particular, has requested new family portraits and figured “thanks” was payment enough. I don’t know them all that well, but because we live within a short distance from each other, that entitles them to free access, right? Obviously, I am not bothered enough to send them a bill, but I don’t go out of my way to offer them any extras.

I guess what usually sets me off is when someone wants something for free, but they need me to go out of my way to do it rather than adjusting to my schedule. Just the other day this family had taken some photos with their own digital camera that they wanted digitally retouched. They wanted to transplant some kids heads, airbrush a few things, etc. “I’d like that done quickly too so I can get these printed up, when can you have that done?” No do you mind doing this for us as a favor? No how much do you charge since you do this professionally? The idiot that I am, I did it and kept my mouth shut. Does that mean I don’t get any “heavenly credit” because I performed the task begrudgingly? Probably so. Oh well, perhaps my confession will help me get past it all.

I have also had plenty of friends who I have specifically told I am happy to offer my services for free to them, only to have them bring by a gift certificate to a restaurant, payment or a gift of some kind to say thanks. I have a very hard time accepting these gestures in return for some strange reason. Call it yet another weird quirk of mine. I didn’t ask for it, and I said I was doing my favor for free. I have gotten better over the years in realizing they feel better for not having taken advantage of the situation either. Then they don’t feel bad using me again. It is not quid pro quo though, they just wanted to say thanks, and I appreciate that.

I also appreciate friends who know they are asking for something as a favor, so they work particularly hard to give me advanced notice, make sure I am available and generally speaking ask pointedly if I mind. Just some common courtesies when asking for a favor. That kind of things makes me more than happy to say yes, put it in my schedule and do my best to do a good job when I show up. My next door neighbor requested I take a large (extended) family photo on Dec. 23 because they will have so many people in from out of town. She asked clear back at the beginning of November if I could do this. Now that is some pre-planning that I can appreciate. In general, though, having some flexibility of when something can get done is all I really ask.
Other friends have hired my services, for weddings, events, portraits, etc. I have so appreciated them recognizing that this is a situation where I should be hired, and in return, they get a steal of a rate as my thanks. I will happily perform my services for a far reduced rate as thanks for you recognizing that I am a professional that deserves some compensation.

I think this little therapy exercise has helped me realize I just need to step up say when something is going to cost money. Whether it be photography, computer support, graphic design, etc., anything I do professionally I just need to be clear up front if I would like to offer it for free or offer up what my rates are to see how interested they really are in enlisting my services.

Once again, I need to make sure I haven’t come across as a complete idiot. I do enjoy offering free help in things I know how to do. All friends who are reading this who have had free photo work or tech support from me – don’t get scared off. If I have told you I am happy to do whatever it is for free, I mean it. I am not keeping some list of who owes me some return favors. I find real enjoyment in being able to give of myself when I so choose. I like when my talents are appreciated. This post is not some backhanded attempt at getting money out of you.

I also greatly appreciate those friends that offer back to me their free help and time when I have asked. I have a former neighbor who I still call upon whenever I build something in my house because he is an engineer and the best at getting things right out of anyone I know. This reminds me, I owe him a good thank you lunch for his recent help. I think I’ll set something up for later this week. Goodness knows I want to make sure he knows I value his time and know when I have been given a great freebie.

Driving the Family Van

Generally speaking, I have my own vehicle to drive to work. I feel fortunate to have this, but of course, I am very used to it as well. I drive the truck, my wife drives the van. It is not something chauvinistic or anything, it just works out because my wife does most of the “bus duties” with the kids throughout the day. Periodically she needs the truck though so I end up driving the van.

So why does this bother me you ask? Ok, maybe you didn’t ask, but I am going to tell you anyway. It is not a guy thing over driving a van. I am comfortable in my manliness which is not harmed by being seen driving the family mobile. Heck, I drove a Miata for a number of years, so obviously I can take the heat for not driving a “guy” car. Actually, the Grand Caravan we have is comfortable to drive and has a little pep in its V6.

No, what bothers me is the sounds, smells and general disarray our kids create in the vehicle.

Sounds

Yes, the sounds. I am not sure what all the kids do to cause this, but the van ends up having more squeaks and rattles than my brain can handle. It is kind of a funny thing because I do not have the best hearing in the world, but I take acute notice to any sounds that are not normal for the car to be making. This “ability” if we can call it that has been good to me over the years, often helping me catch car problems before they get to be something too serious. In the family van, my “something is wrong” sensors are in overload with all the sounds.

Today I was driving along, playing the music a bit loud as I am often found doing when driving alone in a vehicle; I do enjoy my music. I start hearing a buzz from one of the rear speakers that my problem radar tells me is a busted cone in the speaker. I have been there before, so I have a pretty good idea what one sounds like. After parking, I check it out. Busted speaker? No, candy wrapper shoved between the slots of the speaker grill, rattling only with just the right amount of volume and bass. Yes, only something you get with idle kids riding in the back of a family mobile.

Smells

I am not sure if I need to expound on this one much. Kids spill things, leave things on the seat and for some reason pill up the food products between any nook and cranny that happens to be within reach. That food, left in the hot car for any number of days weeks produces the not so pleasant odors that combine for an even less than pleasant smell to the car. My wife and I do our best to keep this cleaned out and teach our kids to be a bit more careful in the car, but we fight a losing battle. So, we have the “kids car” smell. At least it isn’t complemented by the I-forgot-a-dirty-diaper-in-the-back smell as we have never done that before.

General Disarray

Disarray is putting it nicely of course; kids just make a mess. They leave everything where they drop it, figuring they have slaves (read that parent) to take care of it for them. I am not the king of clean these days, but I do like a clean vehicle.

Perhaps what gets me more than when I drive the van for a time, that means the kids end up riding in the truck. Kids in the truck mean the truck is now the family mobile, so all the same things happening to my precious domain. Ah well, time to clean it again anyway.

I Blame It On Barbie!

I have come to the conclusion after extensive research”¦ok not extensive but I did think about it for a few minutes”¦.that ALL my trouble in life (and in the lives of most middle-aged women) is because of BARBIE!!! Now I don’t mean the politically correct Barbie on the toy store shelves today but the 13-inch waist/42 inch bust line Barbie of MY childhood. Remember her? She came with 4 wigs of different colors and styles to fit her mood. Every little girl dreamt of growing up and living in her own “Dream House” one day”¦I know I did! But look at what this innocent plastic toy did to my young developing psyche.

More…

First look at her body!!!! We all shrove to achieve that figure”¦which meant not eating anything larger than a grape and walking on high heels while doing so”¦which I found very hard with being so dizzy from lack of food. And we knew Barbie didn’t exercise to achieve that tiny waistline as her arms/legs/waist didn’t even bend! The only exercise she got was an occasional head turn from side to side as she was being fitted for one of her many wigs. There was a new “bendable” model that was introduced but I soon learned that there was a danger in bending one’s legs too many times as after a few times the joints snapped and”¦well let’s just say we needed a set of Barbie crutches after that. Confirming the belief that exercise does NOT a perfect woman make.

I Blame It On Barbie! Next Barbie taught us that everything can be obtained in life by buying accessories. When Barbie wanted to change her lifestyle she didn’t attend Self Help classes but bought a new outfit. She could become a nurse on a whim”¦become a research scientist with a lab coat and a pair matching high heels. She never held any job for very long as clothing items became outdated or lost. But somehow she was able to afford a Dream House and corvette. We know Barbie didn’t need a man to buy her these luxuries as LOOK even KEN was a fashion accessory! They never married”¦he only had clothes to match Barbie’s needs. Ken didn’t have a Bachelor Pad (mine lived in an old Keds shoe box), a car of his own (I did allow him to drive Barbie to parties) and he only came into any scenario when Barbie needed a date. Or if you had to play with your boy cousin you hated so you “let” him be Ken. I admit there are times I would like my husband to move into a shoe box and my Dream House would be a simpler place.

I Blame It On Barbie!

And Barbie’s friends were even made to compliment her. Again I am talking about the Barbie of my youth (yes I believe she had a pet dinosaur) before ALL the Barbie Friends came about with their perfect tans. I’m talking about Midge”¦good old simple, mousey bad permed brown hair Midge. She didn’t upstage Barbie with her prefect hair and eye makeup (I’ll discuss that later). She didn’t have her own place (don’t tell my dad but she did cohabit with Ken in the Keds box) and her clothes were the outdated outfits that Barbie no longer found exciting or your latest attempts at sewing your own Barbie clothes”¦I think for a whole fashion season my Midge doll wore an outfit made from an old tube sock. Midge never had a say in parties to attend, where to have a picnic or giving of dating advice to Barbie. And when the Alan doll came on the scene as preferably a date for Midge”¦he became an arch-rival for Ken and spent most of his time in fights over winning Barbie’s affections. Barbie would sit”¦.legs out straight in front of her like ALL nice young ladies while Ken and Alan duked it out for her”¦Midge was usually lying on the side in her tube sock formal waiting for the outcome. I think Barbie coined the phrase, “It’s ALL about ME!”

I really think my growing up during the Barbie era warped my perspective on life. To this day I still think blondes have more fun, fashion defines you, accessories make life better, a girl can never have too many shoes, every girl should have a sports car, a true dream house doesn’t even HAVE a kitchen and men should show up when called upon with flowers and be wearing a tux. Hmmm looking back that doesn’t sound so bad! I’m a Barbie Girl”¦in a Barbie World”¦.

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