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    Hello All, Today's post will be about the best buffing spots in Brooklyn. Whenever I was not riding at the firehouse I would hit the streets on the weekends and buff jobs on the radio as they came in. Everyone who's buffed a fire before knows that you usually have a very short window of time, usually under 15 minutes to get into a typical all hands fire or you'll see nothing but white smoke and exhausted firemen upon arrival. Catching a multiple alarm fire will buy you more time but they come far

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    Local Breast Cancer Hot Spot With the waves crashing in front of you, the sun warming your body, and a slight breeze coming just over the dunes, you would never think you were sitting on a beach considered to be a breast cancer "hot spot." Unfortunatly, if you were sitting on certain Cape Cod beaches, that's just what you'd be doing. "It's an unfortunate situation, I lost two sisters and my mother-in-law to breast cancer, all of us lived on the cape most of our lives. Their doctors were pretty

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    nation's favorite vacation destinations. It's a 24-hour city where gambling is a loved past-time and dreams of striking it rich can come true. But Las Vegas has many attractions and casino action is just one of them. Las Vegas is the best vacation spot because it offers entertainment for the whole family, unique marriages, and plenty of activities for children. Because Las Vegas was usually considered a adult city, visitors in the past have often left children at home. However, this desert community

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    Spot market means that a commodity is purchased on the spot with an immediate settlement with the commodity being settled with the purchaser receiving the commodity on the spot or within a couple of days of the transaction. The spot market price can be based on the importance of the transaction to the purchaser or seller. For instance, if the seller has a product that the buyer is demanding, the seller can sell the product above or below the market price. However, if the sellers’ product has exceeded

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    The Spot

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    part of the soldier as their arms or legs. Captain Gilford motioned towards them. Reggie turned to William, "Well, I've got some more tests to run before I'll let you take the SPOT out for yourself, and I'm eager to get to them. Good luck with the Captain, and tell me what happened later." Will waved him off as the SPOT roarded back to life and chugged off back towards the gate. "Always one for a dramatic entrance, eh Will?" William smiled back, "Well I thought a normal horse carriage was a little

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    Dollar Spot

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    Dollar spot (Sclerotinia Homoecarpa) is considered the most prevalent turfgrass disease in North America, particularly on golf course greens and fairways (Charbonneau, 2010). Dollar spot produces round patches the color of straw ranging from 2-6 inches on closely mowed turf. In the early morning, when the grass is covered with dew, there might be a cob-web like growth seen on the leaves of the turf. In the early stages of the disease, leaves develop tan spots and bands which are in the shape of an

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    The Sweet Spot is Pretty Sweet Everyone knows that the sweet spot is the best place to hit a ball on a bat, but what really makes this the best place? The sweet spot is a very important spot on the bat, and without it, the ball will barely leave the infield. When someone hits the ball on the sweet spot, it feels very different from hitting the ball on the end of the bat or by the hands. Hitting the ball on the sweet spot makes it so the batter does not even feel the collision. There will be no vibrations

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    and for one important reason. On a typical day, a skateboarder usually gets up at about 10a.m., throws their board in the trunk of their car, puts a Bad Religion tape in the tape player, picks up several other skaters and sets off to find a good spot to aggressively push their bodies to doing the unthinkable. Defying gravity, stretching the laws of physics and subjecting themselves to much physical pain and discipline all in a day's work. Everyone takes turns trying new moves and cheering each

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    Five-Finger Discount

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    you and everything that you do. This is an attempt to watch people as they shop, in hopes that someone will be stupid enough to shoplift in front of a camera. There are many problems with cameras. For one thing there is always a blind spot in the system. A blind spot is an area in the security system that is not constantly being observed. This term usually refers to an area where the security camera can’t see. Big stores like Meijer and Wal-mart don’t ev...

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    Physics of Baseball

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    Finding and understanding the sweet spot on a wooden bat. When you strike a bat against a ball it sends vibrations, much like the vibrations acting on airplanes or bridges, which travel in waves through the bat. This motion is important to understand because every vibration the bat experiences takes energy away from the ball's speed as it leaves the bat. If you hit the ball at a bat's "nodes", the frequencies (each bat vibrates at several low and high frequencies at once, which is like the

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