So you've been retrenched and without a higher education, you just don't know what you're going to do, well do you know that anyone can start a hot dog business. More than 18 billion hot dogs are eaten every year in America and of those 1.8 billion where bought from ordinary hot dog carts that you find on street corners, at markets, fairs and sports venues
. You're guaranteed to see them at the beach or any place where we all hang out. If you think about it, almost all these sales are paid for in cash and if you only have a small cut of the market you can still make yourself an excellent income.
"...the athletic field is rapidly turning into a culture war battle zone, as it did Friday night at a game in Stephenville, Texas, over the issue of school prayer. Education boards and school principals across Texas are struggling with federal guidelines on religious activities, including the ban on official school prayer. Earlier this year, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that some religious references were permissible at school event walkie talkie headsets
like graduation ceremonies, but were inappropriate -- not sufficiently sacred -- during other activities like athletic contests. Jurists ruled that the hootin' and hollerin' of a down-home football standoff lacked the "singularly serious nature" of other functions, such as a graduation event.
Why should adults get to go to all the music festivals? Now your kiddos can rock out at the First Annual Children's Music Festival this Saturday at the Vera Project! The concert, called Timeout to Rock, will begin at 11am and features awesome Seattle children's musicians like Recess Monkey and Caspar Babypants (you might know him as Chris Ballew of the The Presidents).
We have just seen the withdrawal of communication events diabetes drug rosiglitazone Avandia from sale in Europe and severe restrictions on its use in the USA. A report in the British Medical Journal (B.M.J.) had earlier called for the drugs withdrawal and questioned whether its use should ever have been approved.
Things to do in Philadelphia: eat, drink, sightsee, take in a game, enjoy art and music, and learn about our national history. It's all available in the city of brotherly love.