Phoenix, Las Vegas and Palm Springs start cooling off as we head into autumn. With travel prices (as well as temperatures) down from summer highs, the Southwest is a great place to head for some golfing fun.
I've played soccer all my life. I've had ups, I've had downs and I've had several injuries. The most regrettable injuries I've had are the times when I've been too rushed lazy to switch from my cleats to regular shoes. You see, what non-sports playing individuals might not realize is while cleats are absolutely wonderful at providing traction on grass and turf terrain, they're downright hazardous when it comes to concrete.
In my opinion, they're almost as dangerous as rollerblades on concrete--and easily just as socially unacceptable.
Baseball is one of America's favorite pastimes. Kids love to play catch with their dads. Not only is it fun way to spend the afternoon but also a great way for parents to bond with their children. Gadgets sports toys make a simple game like catch even more fun-tastic and are a great gift idea for the holidays.
Question: What is the "Super Bowl Indicator" and what can I do to benefit from it?
Investors like to find patterns that accurately predict a rise or fall in stock prices. The problem with this behavior is that patterns can be found almost anywhere if you look hard enough. One highly-celebrated pattern, aptly named The Super Bowl Indicator, receives much attention every year when the final two football teams rise to the championship bowl game from which the indicator takes its name.
Ever wish you could run up the wall of a building, run across the roof,
jump to the next roof, and just roll onto the ground? Don't lie, I know
you have (I know I certainly have!). The Washington Post recently
posted an article on a 40 year old man who has taken up parkour after watching the opening sequence in Casino Royale.
It got me wondering how one would even begin to learn a sport like this
so I did some research and I'm going to let you know exactly how you
can get started.
In one of my previous posts, Take Me Out To
The Bar Game, I wrote about how you can save money by going to
a bar instead of watching a live sports game. Turns out people all
over the country are taking that advice a step further and just
watching the games from home.
Recently the Washington Post reported that NFL TV ratings have been rising due to the
recent economic downturn. They're claiming that more people are
watching games from home either because they want to get their
money's worth out of the HDTV they bought or because watching games
from home is free. Both theories make sense.