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Five and Time

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  FIVE AND TIME by Peter Brav   Went to the Woolworth Building Downtown Manhattan To return some do-hickey And enjoy a lime rickey Maybe join a sit-in For civil rights of brothers now long dead Found four thousand dollar square foot condos instead https://www.facebook.com/AuthorPeterBrav/likes  PETER BRAV of Princeton, New Jersey is the author of […]

Parents Hire Deprogrammer to Rescue Daughter from Cult in Psychological Thriller

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Faults Film Review by Kam Williams Parents Hire Deprogrammer to Rescue Daughter from Cult in Psychological Thriller     Dr. Ansel Roth (Leland Orser) was once a world-renowned psychotherapist specializing in deprogramming. Trouble is, his career has been in sharp decline ever since a client’s child committed suicide while still in his care. Presently, he’s […]

Fending Off

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  Fending Off Here’s What You Need To Know About Protecting Your Boat by Capt. Ted Lund   Fend Off They’re the first line of defense between your hull, the dock and other boats. Knowing the difference can help you pick the right fender(s) for your boat whether you’re rafting up for a weekend get […]

Faith-Based Morality Play Arrives on DVD

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  Believe Me DVD Review by Kam Williams Faith-Based Morality Play Arrives on DVD     Even though I was raised in the church and attended services religiously as a child, I was simultaneously warned by my skeptical grandmother that sometimes, “The closer supposedly to Christ, the further from God.” That sage old saying came […]

We Should Encourage Nature

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  We Should Encourage Nature ~Pat Byington     Let’s give up on brook trout. Their future doesn’t look good. Brookies need cold, clear water – and a lot of streams aren’t as clean or as shaded as they used to be. Plus, introduced trout species are outcompeting them. The brook trout’s range in North […]

MANNERS FOR MARINERS

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  MANNERS FOR MARINERS   Play Well with Others The boating lifestyle has its own set of official rules that we’ve covered in previous editions of the Boater’s Log series. In addition to the governmental mandates, a big part of being a safe, responsible boater is becoming familiar with the fundamentals of nautical courtesies. We’re […]

FAMILY AFFAIR: TOURNAMENT FISHING ISN’T JUST FOR MEN

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  FAMILY AFFAIR: TOURNAMENT FISHING ISN’T JUST FOR MEN   A good friend who loves fishing, but doesn’t have a competitive bone in his body, is fond of telling me “tournaments just aren’t for everyone.” And while I agree, the reason some anglers love them and others avoid them has little to do with age […]

New Interchangable Selfie Lens Let’s You Share All of Your Hunt

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  New Interchangable Selfie Lens Let’s You Share All of Your Hunt by Ted Lund   Off to a fresh and innovative start in 2015, Tactacam, the only point-of-view video camera designed and manufactured by outdoorsman for outdoorsman is introducing a new series of interchangeable lenses for their Tactacam 2.0 series. The first lens in […]

CAUGHT UP IN THE MOMENT:

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  CAUGHT UP IN THE MOMENT: STUFF YOU MIGHT BE TOO EXCITED TO REMEMBER WHEN BUYING A NEW BOAT AND MOTOR   Consumer Delivery Experience Buying a new boat and Yamaha outboard is an exciting experience. It’s also accompanied by a dizzying blur of paperwork — sign this, don’t forget that, any questions? – then […]

Stocking a pond is not only necessary and adds value to your property

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  Stock the Pond with the Most Popular Forage Fish   Stocking a pond is not only necessary and adds value to your property, but it’s also one of the most entertaining ‘jobs’ for the landowner/manager. Creating the perfect ecosystem begins with a detailed plan for the pond.   Many points need to be taken […]