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Millionaires use Grocery Coupons!!

I never thought about this - http://www.myqute. com/2009/02/use-di scountcoupons-tobe amillionaire/ http://www.mmhabit s.com/millionaires -are-smart-shopper s-not-just-good-on es/ You'd think that because they have lots of money that they wouldn't be using coupons. But if you think about it... that is how they became millionaires. I usually don't use coupons, but I think I'll start using them now. Problem is finding printable grocery coupons. They probably will save me the most. I know this place gives me a good start - http://brad-vangua rd.livejournal.com /2279.html Any other suggestions? Is this news to you too? I had never really thought about it before because coupons can sometimes be a hassle.  (Jul 29, 2009 | post #1)

Pizza

Fun Shaped Pizzas

So I'm thinking about having a little fun making custom shaped pizzas for my sons birthday party. He really loves pizza and sports. My wife mentioned that and it sparked my creativity. I've seen the heart shaped pizzas that Pizza Hut did, so why don't I create a different shaped pizza? [img]http://www.ne ws4uonline.com/ima ges/features/galle ry/Feb%202009/EV/F undraisers/heart%2 0pizza1.jpg[/img] So here are my ideas for each sport: Baseball (my sons favorite sport) - a diamond shaped cheese pizza with pepperonis for the bases. I would make the home base peperoni diamond shaped also and use a couple olives for the pitchers mound. I would put pizza sauce on top to make to lines between the bases. Football - This one will be simple, just have the pizza in the shape of a football. Soccer - I'm not sure what to do for this one. I need your help with this one. Got any ideas? Maybe this will get your creative juices going :) [img]http://images .theglobeandmail.c om/archives/RTGAM/ images/20060616/wx youranswers0616/an imals600.jpg[/img]  (Jul 21, 2009 | post #1)

Pizza

Which Pizza Coupons would you rather use?

I personally prefer pizza hut.  (Jul 21, 2009 | post #2)

Christian

How long did it take you to learn how to tie a tie?

I had trouble all my life trying to tie my tie. For years, I was frustrated because I would have to try several times before I could even get a knot right. I don't understand why I've had so much trouble. Finally, last Sunday, I watched a video that instructs me how to tie a hanover knot (http://www.2tieat ie.com/hanover-kno t.html). For some reason it just clicked this time and I can actually tie my tie within the first two tries. I was just wondering if this has happened to any of you guys. My wife knew how to tie a tie better than I did (and she still does). Did you ever have troubles learning how to tie a tie?  (Jul 10, 2009 | post #1)

Rome, Italy

Places to see in Rome?

Hi guys, I'm looking for places to see while I'm in Rome. I found some places here - http://www.ruba.co m/guide/Irina_Viol ina/Top_10_places_ to_see_in_Rome I'm just wondering what other places there are to go see and things to do. Like, out of all the attractions in Rome, what is your favorite? Plus, mentioning any of your favorite restaurants there would be appreciated also. Thanks in advance :)  (Jun 26, 2009 | post #1)

Berlin, CT

People's reactions when you tell them you live in Berlin?

What are some of the best reactions you have gotten from people when you tell them that you live in Berlin? I had an interesting experience the other day. I was telling a this guy about my friend who lives in Berlin. As soon as he heard the word "Berlin" , he started rattling off on his adventure there and started naming off lots of these places - www.ruba.com/guide /Erin/Places_to_se e_in_Berlin, some of which I had never heard about. Anyways, about halfway through his reminiscing, I finally told him that he had the wrong Berlin. So ya, I was just wondering what reactions you get.  (Jun 17, 2009 | post #1)

Health

Imagine a world run by McDonalds...

What would it be like? What if they offered thousands of coupons? Would you be fat? Would be all have smiles upon our face? Would the president have to dress like a clown? Just something to think about...  (Jun 11, 2009 | post #1)

Restaurant Management

OpenTable - Do you use it?

I just heard about OpenTable.com from a friend and it seems like a good idea for me to use with my restaurant. If I do, I wanna work on getting some good reviews on my restaurant - http://reviews.ope ntable.com/0938/al lreviews.htm But I just thought that I would do some research first, so here are a couple questions: If you use it - How long have you used it? Are you happy with it? Is it generating good money for your business? If you aren't - Is it a good idea? Would you try it if you had a restaurant?  (Jun 5, 2009 | post #1)

Top Stories

Have you ever traveled to Vietnam?

If you have: What are your favorite places to go and do things? If not, maybe this will spark an interest in Vietnam travel: http://www.ruba.co m/vietnam_travel  (May 2, 2009 | post #1)

San Francisco, CA

Jerry Brown asks California Supreme Court to void gay-mar...

Interesting thought. After all, the U.S. is a democracy. - Jay San Francisco Defense Attorney http://www.mikeros slaw.com  (Feb 6, 2009 | post #1894)

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