Month: July 2010

Savings.com: Do Good Men’s Shoes Equal Higher Social Status?

Purchasing a pair of shoes is a thought provoking endeavor that many men find a chore, not worthy of the energy expended. The wearer must choose which fashion compliments his personal style of dress and unsatisfactory shoes cannot be altered after a couple of wears. Furthermore, great shoes have long been synonymous with expensive and most men would rather spend their money on something else. However, a good pair of shoes can actually save you money over time. You will certainly have to replace the soles one day, but with the proper upkeep quality footwear can last years or even decades.

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Budget Cooking 101: Saltine Cracker Porkchops

 

INGREDIENTS

  • Pork Chops
  • 1 or 2 Eggs
  • Saltine Crackers
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Garlic Salt
  • Hot Spice (optional: Jalapeno Seasoning)

 

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Savings.com: Begin the Equine – Are Equestrian Sports Only for the Upper Class?

Other than coverage of the Triple Crown horse racing–the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes–equestrian sports are largely absent the media coverage that other sports receive. The American equine industry, however, is a vastly diverse and economically productive business. According to the American Horse Council Foundation’s 2005 economic study, the horse industry generates 1.4 million full-time jobs in the U.S. and pays $1.9 billion in taxes. Additionally, there are horses in every state and forty-five states have at least 20,000 horses each.

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