Archive for July, 2014


Removing Nailpolish Three Floor Cleaning Tips

How to clean polyurethane floor

“Housekeeping ain’t no joke,” Louisa May Alcott once wrote. Keeping a floor can seem like a cosmic joke sometimes — you do everything you can to keep things off it, placing shoes by the door and drinks in the kitchen — and then when you’re not home, your teenage daughter spills nailpolish on the carpet, or your spouse burns candles and doesn’t notice the wax spilling onto the floor.

Luckily, you can deliver the punchline on this joke. Clean floors don’t need to be impossible. For most floor cleaning-related headaches, there is usually a handy, and often quirky, solution available to clean up the mess. Here are three tips for common difficult spill and stain issues.

1. Getting Out Old Candles

Candles can be a lot of fun, and help set the mood of a romantic dinn


Illegal Sports Betting Causes Many Bettors to Question the Legitimacy of Online Gambling

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There has been a lot of recent buzz in the world of sports betting: The New Jersey legislature has been fighting in court to legalize sports betting in the state; the 2014 World Cup soccer tournament has incurred a sudden growth in the global demand for soccer betting picks; and (again in New Jersey) a huge illegal betting ring has recently began dismantled.

The illegal ring has many people — bettors and non-bettors alike — wondering whether the U.S. should impose such tight restrictions on sports betting. Confusingly enough, Nevada is the only state where sports betting is legal, regulated, and taxed; however, the world of online sports betting is much more hazy and creates many possibilities for illegal and untrustworthy sites claiming to be “expert bookmakers providing completely free professional