Month: April 2021

Things to consider before buying a home

When bidding on a home, be sensible and start at the lowest level. There are numerous buyers for these activities and you must be cautious enough to approach them wisely. Property rates should not be disclosed prior to bidding. When the available foreclosed home is purchased, you should inspect the legal documents for this home. […]

Profitable correlated parlay strategies

Parlay betting is one of the most profitable products that bookmakers can offer to their customers. When bettors make a straight bet, the theoretical retention of the house is 4.5%. In parlay bets, this markup is effectively multiplied by the number of bets, or legs, included in the parlay. So in a two-team parlay, the […]

Five Blessings of God for Man

And God blessed them, and God said to them: Be fruitful, multiply and fill the earth, subdue it and dominate … Gen. 1:28 Every man receives a fivefold blessing from God according to the affirmation of the previous Scriptures. 1. FRUITNESS God’s first blessing on man is that he be fruitful. This has a deeper […]

Kitchens: then and now

Kitchens have come a long way since the 20th century, back then it was generally used for the sole purpose of preparing and cooking food in our home. Today, kitchens have become one of the most social rooms in the house. Historically, home design in North America and parts of Europe included a dining room […]

Mario kart 8

Another quarter in the fiscal year and another powerful launch from Nintendo. Last month, Nintendo released Mario Kart 8 for Wii U. With sharp visuals, tight gameplay, and an impressive layer of gloss, could this be the systems vendor Nintendo has been looking for since the system’s launch? Not only is it a must-have for […]

Proximate cause: mitigation

The insured must mitigate the insured loss, when possible. If it did not, the insurer could say that the loss was not caused directly by an insured peril, but rather the fault of the insured. However, doing so could increase the loss or cause a loss that is not covered by the policy. You can […]

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