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WHERE ARE THE CHEAPEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSES IN THE US?
Coldwell Banker reports that the city with the most expensive average listing price was Los Altos, Calif., according to real estate firm Coldwell Banker, which released its annual home listing report Wednesday. In Los Altos, about 40 miles south of San Francisco, the average listing price of a four-…
TIPPING FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Deciding who to tip and how much to tip them can be overwhelming at this time of the year. But nobody wants to be the person that doesn't leave a good tip.
According to Oprah.com, here's a list of who to tip from the 'Complete Idiot's Guide to Etiquette':
What Would You Do with $10,000?
That's a lot of money that I would like to have, especially since we're getting close to Christmas. Too bad for me, I'm not eligible for the $10,000 cash prize contest since I work here, but a man can dream.
Top Ten Things the Government Wasted Taxpayer Money On
Wondering what happens to your tax money?
So let's all ignore for a second the taxpayer money he spent paying his staff to put it together and focus on what's inside.  According to Townhall / Tom Coburn here are 10 of the worst things the government has blown money on in the past year.
1.)  Moroccan p…
The Postal Service is Raising Prices, Again
If you hate sending letters because it is expensive you are going to hate this information. The Postal Service announced that starting January 27th, the price of a first-class stamp will increase one cent to 46 cents. International mailings will also increase in price.
A 19-Year-Old Who Survived Cancer Just Won the Lottery
According to the Baltimore Sun 19-year-old Nick Ruth of Towson, Maryland was diagnosed with leukemia eight years ago, and beat it four years ago.  His cancer has been in remission ever since.  And now . . . he's also WON THE LOTTERY.

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