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Are you getting ready to put your house on the market? When it sells are you ready for the home inspection? Preston Sandlin of Home Inspection Carolina gives you the top ten tips to getting a cleaner home inspection report from the home inspector.
Confirm gas, water and electricity are turned on and gas pilot lights are burning.
Ensure pets won't hinder inspection. Tell Realtor about cats or other animals to be kept inside.
NOTE: Kenneling or taking the pets to the spa for the day is recommended.
Replace any burned out light bulbs.
Test all smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Replace batteries if needed.
Clean or replace dirty HVAC Air Filters. Verify filters fit and are properly secured.
Move wood, stored items, high soil lines or debris away from foundations perimeter walls or crawl space.
Unlock or remove locks from any items the inspectors must access:
Gates on fences
Attic Access Hatches or Doors
Electric Service Panels
Crawl Space Hatches, for pier-and-beam construction
Confirm areas and components are accessible by removing items blocking access to:.
Trim tree limbs away from the roof covering and trim shrubs away from the exterior walls to allow access.
Repair or Replace broken, damaged or missing items:
My focus on this evening's show will be these three articles that have been published this past week:
The Summer 2015 edition of the quarterly journal, The Social Contract, just published my in-depth analysis of the nexus between immigration and national security and the threat of terrorism, “The 9/11 Commission Report and Immigration: An Assessment, Fourteen Years after the Attacks.”
On June 28, 2015 FrontPage Magazine published my article, “Illegal Aliens Are Not 'Law Abiding' - The vital importance of America's immigration and inspection laws.”
On June 27, 2015 CAPS (Californians for Population Stabilization) posted my article, “Heroin Epidemic: The Real Metric for Determining Border Security.”
We will also consider what Rick Perry had to say when he appeared on Fox & Friends this week and was asked about his position on “in-state tuition for illegal aliens.”
Democracy is not a spectator sport- get involved!
Think "socialist" programs are un-American ? That's fine. Just give up your Social Security, Medicare, stop driving
on public roads and highways, take your kids out of public schools, never call the police or fire department,
don't use the Postal Service, don't flush your toilet into the sewer system...Oh, and get off the internet, because the U.S. government created that, too. Are they right?
We the People: 75 Ways Socialism has Improved, Saved, and Shaped America
Why this is so wrong!
Pennsylvania Third Parties Win Key Petition Ruling
On Monday, June 22,15 Charito Cisnero President of NY Cosmotology Chambers ,held an important meeting for Beauty professionals at Sheraton LaGaurdia in Queens NY. The meeting was urgent and informative to upgrade Hairstylists of all of the new changes coming to the industry, due to the unprofessional way some of the salon owners are conducting business. Stylists received insider valuable information from Bronx Borough President Rubin Diaz himself about the new grading system for salons. Also in attendance was people from State board and OSHA. It was a very long meeting and I like that Rubin Diaz said he would not leave the meeting unless all questions were answered. Below are some things you should know:
Things you should know
Customer bill of rights should be posted at the front of the salon
You'll receive a warning before any action is taken against your business
New minimum wages are standard
YOU MUST HAVE A LICENSES EVEN TO SHAMPOO HAIR
SALONS MUST BE CLEANED EVERYDAY
Employees bill of rights should be posted in the kitchen or lounge area
You'll need a more insurance (theft Insurance called bond ins.
UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS ARE PROTECTED AND CAN WORK
You can report your boss under OSHA laws.
Ventilation's are required if chemicals are being used
No clutter or receive a fine
There's free training and inspection for the salon from OSHA.org
For more info on updates going on in the beauty industry please listen to #Beautychatradio show every Sunday at 9pm est here www.rosasresources.biz for booking or more please send inquires below. Thanks.
June 22, 2015
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Today we are recapping The Bryant Park Summer Film Festival at the NYPL in NYC
Every Monday night throughout the summer, Bryant Park shows free movies.
June 22, 2015 – August 24, 2015
Lawn opens at 5pm
Enter at 42nd and 6th Ave
Movies start at dusk (8-9pm)
2015 Bryant Park Summer Film Festival Movie Schedule
Monday, June 22, 2015 – Ghostbusters
Monday, June 29, 2015 – The Killers
Monday, July 6, 2015 – The Poseidon Adventure
Monday, July 13, 2015 – I’m No Angel
Monday, July 20, 2015 – Badlands
Monday, July 27, 2015 – Footlose
Monday, August 3, 2015 – Marathon Man
Monday, August 10, 2015 – Desk Set
Monday, August 17, 2015 – Chinatown
Monday, August 24, 2015 – Back to the Future
The lawn opens at 5:00pm for blankets and picnicking. Films begin at sunset (typically between 8pm and 9pm). Don’t forget to pre-order your “picnic pickup” at Wichcraft.
All packages, bags, briefcases, backpacks, etc. subject to inspection.
More Information: www.bryantpark.org/plan-your-visit/filmfestival.html
Mr. Gale Ives of Mt Pleasant speaks his views on the Water Sewer issue that will effect his and other home owners on Hwy V.
How this effort will impact him what might this be all about
Be a very interesting show. I have found Mr. Ives to be a force of nature.
Today on Talking In Circles we discuss all things from the rain soaked weekend at Michigan International Speedway. Kurt Busch's 27th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory. Who had a great weekend who had a bad weekend?
Also we discuss the rumor about Furniture Row Racing moving to Toyota. Is there merit to it and why would the organzation, who is having their best season in 2015, make such a drastic move?
Also we talk about the potential new rule changes coming to NASCAR. Looks like the rule changes will take effect at Kentucky Speedway although that hasn't been confirmed yet. Sounds like NASCAR is leaning towards track specific templates and we'll discuss whether that's a good move or a bad move and whether NASCAR is making the right decision by making these changes so fast.
Also Jack Roush discussed NASCAR's new laser procedure and how he feels the laser is not always accurate. Roush said on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio that the weather sometimes throws it off and teams understand that and try and find the grey area to make those adjustments. Also teams had trouble getting through tech inspection Friday during qualifying. What does that mean now that the comments Roush said?
Also Kyle Busch won the Xfinity Series race on Saturday. Won in his first race back in the Xfinity Series. We discuss what that means for the rest of the competition and who is the favorite to win the championship in that series right now. Next week's race is in Chicagoland.
Also NASCAR Camping World Truck Series- Cole Custer wins, Matt Crafton crashes. Reddick is 19 points behind Crafton. Trucks move to Iowa this week.
Plus we take your phone calls. All that and more on Talking in Circles.
Today we talk about Safety Week coming up soon. We know, it's a few months away at the time of this show, but the more time you have to think about it, the less stressful it will be when it happens! Instead of avoiding the level 1 inspection, you should get your truck in order so you can pass!
Today we talk about the #1 thing that puts people out of service- brake systems, adjustments and maintenance. We share some resources, take your questions and try to help you out! Let's Truck!
THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
In 1842, the legendary showman P.T. Barnum exhibited what he called the “Feejee Mermaid” at his American Museum in New York. The mermaid, created by joining the body of a fish to the head of a monkey, was plainly a fraud, but Barnum promoted it as the “most stupendous curiosity ever submitted to the public for inspection,” He employed phony experts to give lectures on its authenticity and other phony experts to denounce it as a fake, all in an elaborate, and successful effort to stimulate ticket sales.
No doubt man, if not most, of Barnum’s customers knew the whole thing was preposterous. But they enjoyed it anyway. “In the book “Humbug: The Art of P. T. Barnum,” biographer Neil Harris writes that Barnum based much of his career on his realization that people can take pleasure in being deceived, that they often find it quite entertaining.
So it is with the American family, they are totally deceived. The deceptions that are being offered to their children are stronger than Barnum could have ever imagined. Moreover, there are armies of deceivers marching to the spirits of witchcraft and Satanism’s band.
It was a feel-good day at Pocono on Sunday. Dustin Parks and Patti Rodisch both have to be joyous, just like everyone else, to see Martin Truex Jr. finally close the deal when he took the checkered flag. These two writers will cover every aspect of the win, and what it means to the single-car Furniture Row operation to win their second race since being developed, and making their first Chase.
At the same time, it wasn't the only stories coming out of Pocono. Jimmie Johnson had to wait a long while to get to the grid as his car again failed pre-race inspection on three occasions. He and Kevin Harvick both received warnings thus far for failure to pass pre-qualifying or pre-race inspection on three times, but it's a repeat offense for Johnson. Along with that, there's some bad blood now between Ryan Newman and A.J. Allmendinger for their late race incident.
Add in some talk previewing what we can expect at one intensely fast Michigan International Speedway, and you have one packed episode beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT
On this episode of Talking in Circles we breakdown the Axalta We Paint Winners 400 at Pocono Raceway. Martin Truex Jr won his 3rd career race and Furniture Row Racing are in the Chase. Big win for them and Truex.
We also talk about the infamous "Gordon and Gustafson spat," from Pocono and discuss whether or not that is something that should be taken seriously.
Michael Waltrip Racing announced a crew chief change this morning, flipping Brian Pattie and Billy Scott. Scott moves to the No. 15 car with Clint Bowyer and Pattie moves to the No. 55 Toyota with David Ragan. We discuss what these changes mean for the organization and whether or not the team made the right move.
Also the No. 48 team failed inspection twice during pre race inspection Sunday at Pocono. Should they recieve a stiffer penalty even though Knaus wasn't on probation?
Greg Biffle had a little mixup with NASCAR during qualifying. Biffle crossed the line on tv with about a second to go and NASCAR claimed that wasn't the case because according to their timing Biffle was too late. He ended up 22nd which would have transfered him into the round but NASCAR said he was too late. How can something like that happen in a major professional sport? Also Denny Hamlin's spin in the last round of qualifying kept teams off the board and Hamlin ended up 7th. Is that fair and could this create an issue later on down the road?
Also Kyle Busch is back behind the wheel of an Xfinity Series car this weekend as he drives the No. 54 Toyota for the 1st time since his crash at Daytona in February. How will he do? Should he be here? We'll talk about that as well.
Michigan Preview- Cup, XFINITY this week at Michigan, trucks are at Gateway. We'll preview each race for this weekend.
Plus we take your phone calls.
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