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The power of a qualitative vacuum

Whether we live in a house, business or hobby room, we all have laminate floors. We are spending more than 10 hours on average (excluding sleeping hours) on our floors. This is why we want a clear living space. We walk, play, move furniture, have party‚?Ts and business meetings. All of these activities are taken care of with a vacuum cleaner. Picking the right vacuum cleaner is crucial to keep your living room clean. There is a vacuum cleaner for everyone and every lifestyle. Laminate floors are beautiful and should be taken care of on a regular basis.  

Why vacuum your laminate floor

Dust, dirt and the accumulation of these two nail biters can cause great damage to your floor. The more dust and dirt, the more a floor will scratch and eventually dull its appearance. Regular vacuuming your floor with a soft brush or other soft attachment will help, keeping your floor in mint condition. Some misconceptions about treating laminate floors with wax, refinish or other aggressive cleaning solutions are taken for granted. The best and only option to keep your laminate floor in good shape is a qualitative vacuum cleaner.  

The quality of laminate floors

Laminate floors last longer because of qualitative applications. They are becoming more beautiful and look just like a wooden floor. Stronger material and testing have made this possible. The number one priority to keep your laminate floor in mint condition is a good vacuum. Luckily you don‚?Tt have to go throw the process of picking the right vacuum cleaner yourself. Only the best vacuum cleaners for your laminate floor have been selected by a test pannel. This way you do not have go out and test vacuum cleaners yourself.

Lets see--a filter, chemicals, fish food...maybe it's just easier to shell out a few bucks at the tackle shop?




Remember to take the hooks outta yer pocket before ya sit down!




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J Knot beats out Blood Knot

July 9th 2014 00:39
When it comes to tying line to line, I've been going with the Blood Knot longer that I care to admit. Although the Blood Knot is a little hard to tie, I've stuck with it because it looks pretty cool if you can tie it and it is a pretty good knot. However, that may have to change because on the Knot Wars segment of the season finale of North American Fisherman featured the J Knot knocking off the Blood Knot.

North American Fisherman is one of the better fishing programs on TV because you won't sit there half an hour watching guys fish. Although you'll see fishing action, you'll learn a little about tactics, equipment, conservation, and, thanks to the Knot Wars segment that has been going on the past few years, how to tie some good knots.

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Great white shark
We're gonna need a bigger boat!

Saturday's report of a Great White attack off the California Coast really comes as no surprise although shark attacks, especially those of Great Whites, are rare.

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Fish take over mall

July 3rd 2014 00:49
No doubt you know someone who has a koi pond. And who among us has walked along the waterfront and spied a school of catfish so large the fish are practically rubbing fins? And who hasn't been to the mall in the past few weeks? Now, imagine all three of those scenarios combined and you get an idea of what happened at an abandoned mall in Bangkok, Thailand.

In an apocalyptic scene, fish were found living in a deserted mall in Bangkok, Thailand after it caught fire in 1999. That's right--1999. Evidently, the mall wasn't in a prime real estate area!

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If you're like me, it's not much of a thrill to make simple soft plastic lures that are flat on one side. Sure, you can buy a set of molds and the whole injection set up but, unless you're going to be making several lures, that option may be cost prohibitive.

Here's a really great Youtube showing you how to make your own injection molds, how to use them, and the finished product.

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Sometimes you're too close to a subject to think of all the angles. This was pointed out to me the other day when someone asked me the difference between salt and fresh water.

Everyone has a good idea what salt water is. Basically, it's the ocean or deltas and tributaries not far from the sea. If you've ever swam at the beach and accidentally gulped in a mouth full of ocean water, you know what I'm talking about. The constant wearing away of rocks, coral and general contaminants, including decaying fish and other biological matter, makes the water salty. In fact, I read somewhere that the ocean's salt would create a layer about 500 feet thick--that's about the height of a 40 story building.

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39 years of JAWS

June 21st 2014 14:12
Jaws movie poster
I though it would be more impressive to wait until next year and mention that the movie that scared us out of the water, no matter where you live, is 40 years old. But, the people over at Huffington Post must not have agreed because this link was on Facebook this morning.

Before the FCC created their exclusivity ruling, meaning a network has exclusive rights to a program or movie, I saw Jaws eight times in one year on TV. Before you shake your head, you have to realize I was trying to see how many times I could see it. I like to say it was my "Year of the Shark Watch." When you add to the total a viewing at the theater plus three more times on TV you get an even dozen. The only other film to come close to that total is The Longest Day which I've only seen 6 or 7 times. (AND these movies were released over a decade apart so, you can draw your own conclusions.)

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Extinct fish pops up

June 19th 2014 16:19
Just when you think the world is going to Hell in a hand basket because of all the pollution out there, a story like this comes along.

Extinct or not.

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The great white mystery goes on

June 11th 2014 01:52
great white shark
Here' s the latest on a story that has been driving me crazy for over a week...
Shark sushi?

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I gotta admit, I'm a sucker for almost any list of favorites. Movies, TV programs, soft drinks--you name it. Considering that, it should come as no surprise that I looked at Wired2Fish's list of The 20 Most Influential Bass Fishing Lures with a great deal of interest.

Why the article is dated 2011 and I just saw it on Facebook yesterday is a mystery but, I'll let that go. What I'd like to point out is that although it seems the article and list caters to bass anglers, most of the lures are pretty darned good for all fish!

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