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The Answer to Back Pain May Be As Easy As a Soak In the Hot Tub
With heat, massage and buoyancy, the answer to back pain may be a soak in the hot tub.
Heated Water Relieves Pain On Contact
Heat causes blood vessels to open, improving blood circulation, relaxing tight muscles in the back and relieving pain fast.
High powered jets create a targeted massage to ease inflammation, reduce soreness and relax tight, stiff muscles.
In the hot tub, buoyancy can reduce body weight, making it easy to relax without placing pressure on the back. Hot tubs are designed with ergonomic seats, supporting you without strain.
To encourage local residents to check out the benefits of using a hot tub to help improve their overall health and well-being, Hot Spring Spas is providing free test soaks at all their showrooms. We do recommend however that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute soak call us ahead of time to reserve their spot.
To learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub, pick up a copy of our free hot tub buyer’s guide… “7 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Buy a Hot Tub” Just give us a call or visit our website at www.HotSpringGreen.com
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All Hot Tub Brands Are Not The Same - Tips for First Time Buyers
You’re not alone if you’re wondering how to choose the right hot tub without spending a fortune. Here are a few pointers for first time buyers.
Look For Energy Efficient Models to Save You Money
Brands that offer LED lighting, pumps and heaters that prioritize energy use and use quality insulation for retaining heat will cut operating costs from day one.
Jets: Think Quality Not Quantity
It’s far more important that the jets in the tub are positioned where you need them most and that you can enjoy a customized massage than it is to have hundreds of jets.
Quality Dealers Mean Quality Brands
Buying from a reputable dealer with service technicians in-house ensures when you have a question or need service, you can get it resolved.
To encourage local residents to check out the benefits of using a hot tub to help improve their overall health and well-being, Hot Spring Spas is providing free test soaks at all their showrooms.
Pick up a copy of our free report "7 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Buy a Hot Tub." Just give us a call at ? 651-731-9745 or go to http://HotTubSalePlymouth.com
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Call-in with your questions or comments 646-595-3620 pres #1. SB Barber Morning Show - Mr. Joe Adams returns to SB Barber Morning Show. Business of Monday Money Watch|Talk. He along with his colleague, Mr. Lance Berwald discuss the value & limitless possibilities of home ownership.
Adams is a Realtor with Coldwell Bankers Burnett - Minneapolis Lakes Office, Berwald Group.
Joseph Terrance Adams is a self-proclaimed, over protective father of two daughters and prides himself on providing the best life possible for them. His writing is influenced and inspired by a spectrum of life experiences and his relationship with his twin brother, Jeffrey. He has also been influenced by artistic greats like, Bob Marley and Dave Chappelle. Joseph started writing in high school and now runs his own performance poetry series called, "Stepping Out of the Box Poetry Showcase.” In 2013, Joseph began his artist teaching career at Plymouth Christian Youth Center. Joseph leads an ALL POSITIVE, Hip-Hop based Homeroom, where the students counterbalance the negative aspects of everyday life by writing and focusing on positive outcomes.
This month, as we make our long awaitied return to the air, we have a special treat in store as we dedicate this program to a celebration of the holiday season, specifically, Thanksgiving. As such, we're going to take a radical departure from our usual format and perform for you tonight...a play of sorts, starring the newly christened "clarkie-playhouse performers", that's a throwback to the old playhouse 90/radio serial formats from back in the day. Tonight's three act play is dedicated to our children and is called, "Thanksgiving Day;" and it's all about the pilgrims who first landed on this continent and the ordeals they faced, as well as the first native americans with whom they came into contact. After that, we'll take a short break and follow up with a free-form segment where we're all going to discuss Thanksgiving and what it means to each of us, as well as dole out some trivia and drop some knowledge. So, tune in, sit back, relax, and let us entertain you this evening!
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As with Native traditions in America, celebrations - complete with merrymaking and feasting - in England and throughout Europe after a successful crop are as ancient as the harvest-time itself. In 1621, when their labors were rewarded with a bountiful harvest after a year of sickness and scarcity, the Pilgrims gave thanks to God and celebrated His bounty in the Harvest Home tradition with feasting and sport (recreation). To these people of strong Christian faith, this was not merely a revel; it was also a joyous outpouring of gratitude.
If there is one day each year when food and family take center stage, it is Thanksgiving. It is a holiday about “going home” with all the emotional content those two words imply. The Sunday following Thanksgiving is always the busiest travel day of the year in the United States. Each day of the long Thanksgiving weekend, more than 10 million people take to the skies. Another 40 million Americans drive 100 miles or more to have Thanksgiving dinner. And the nation’s railways teem with travelers going home for the holiday.
Despite modern-age turmoil—and perhaps, even more so, because of it—gathering together in grateful appreciation for a Thanksgiving celebration with friends and family is a deeply meaningful and comforting annual ritual to most Americans. The need to connect with loved ones and to express our gratitude is at the heart of all this feasting, prayerful thanks, recreation, and nostalgia for a simpler time. And somewhere in the bustling activity of every November's Thanksgiving is the abiding National memory of a moment in Plymouth, nearly 400 years ago, when two distinct cultures, on the brink of profound and irrevocable change, shared an autumn feast.
THE GIVING OF THANKS
This is Thankgsgiving Week, which means turkeys are on the chopping block by the millions. It also means that many Americans will be pretending that the early settlers to America were heroes, and not filthy cutthtoat gangsters who robbed, pillaged and killed to create a nation of their choosing.
For the Pilgrims, the Plymouth Rock landing represented hopes and dreams of freedom and life filled with prosperity.
For the Africans, the Plymouth Rock landing represented the crushing of hopes and dreams, with nightmares of bondage and death and a legacy of struggle.
In the celebration of the Thanksgiving Holiday, Africans across the world should be paid a debt of thanks at the very least by every race of people in existence.
Specifically, Europeans and their descendants owe us for being the currency and unpaid workforce for the creation of the new nation.
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Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States. President of the United States, George Washington proclaimed the first nation-wide thanksgiving celebration in America on November 26, 1789, "as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many favors of Almighty God". In modern times the President of the United States, issues a proclamation, “pardoning” a turkey to ensures that it will spend the duration of its life roaming freely on farmland. American public school romanticizes Thanksgiving Day telling stories of pilgrims and “Indians” celebrating together, sharing harvested crops and cooked wild game. T
In Canada, second Monday of October in Canada is Thanksgiving Day. The history of Thanksgiving Day for the Canadian is a celebration and gratefulness for explorers surviving the long journey from England through the perils of storms and icebergs to reach safety in Canada
In the West Indian island of Grenada, there is a national holiday known as Thanksgiving Day which is celebrated on October 25 marking the anniversary of the deposition and execution of Grenadian Prime Minister Maurice Bishop.
Thanksgiving is celebrated in Liberia on the first Thursday of November. In 1820, with the return of released enslaved Africans to the western banks on the continent of Africa from the post-civil war country of the United States, the repatriated African, freed black American slaves, inculcated into the nation of Liberia as ( Americo-Liberian).
The Netherlands celebrate Thanksgiving Day on the morning of the American Thanksgiving Day, fourth Thursday of November, since many of the Pilgrims who settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts came from the Netherlands.
In 1620, 102 Pilgrims, Separatists from the Church of England sailed east across the Atlantic aboard the cramped 100 ft. "Mayflower" in a voyage that if compared with today, would be like a voyage to the moon. For 66 days they lived in an ill-lighted, close-quartered, rolling, pitching, stinking, over-heated "below-decks"; the hatches battened down, the smell of the bilge in their nostrils, and the crew hostile towards Separatists. Cloistered in a space the size of a volleyball court, 102 people with their spiritual leader William Bradford endured the unendurable. Bradford spoke of this voyage in his and Edward Winslow's work: Thanksgiving Readings, also with his first-hand account of the first harvest celebration in America. And in it, he makes a direct connection with the Hebrew experience of the Exodus from Egypt. In his account, he uses the language of Jewish Sukkot:The Feast of Tabernacles. How did Bradford see both events as similar? Tune in and take notes! Your host, Rev. Rick Anderson, on "Jewish Roots", each Thursday at 9:30 pm, EST at www.ScripturesDramatized.com. Internet Podcast LIVE radio. To call in with a question or comment: 347-324-5759.