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By admin On March 6, 2013No Comments


Ever heard of them?


I have spend over three weeks trying to get my money back and they have not submitted any artwork per my order.

They submitted their first rendition of artwork for review. Upon review of this artwork, it wasn’t even close to what I submitted.

Because the artwork they submitted for review was so far off from my original order, I wrote them asking them to clarify what they received is what I submitted (It was not).

I sent them an email reply

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Manta Ray Video off Jacksonville, Florida

By admin On October 24, 2010No Comments

October 22, 2010 a Friday to remember for these divers who not only saw the Manta Ray but filmed her. The TISIRI team was once again working on the environment. Out collecting trash as part of a grant by West Marine. The days events were being documented on film. Joe Kistel, as the last diver to enter the water explains the story to me like this: I was just about the enter the water when Ed pops up yelling “hey yuka bam big raama smellow.” The captain and

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Toxic Algae Killing Coral

By lars2923 On October 15, 2010 No Comments


Harmful algal blooms have the potential to lay waste to coral reefs.

Scientists studying coral reefs in the Gulf of Oman have issued the warning after being shocked by the impact of one large-scale bloom, which destroyed a coral reef in just three weeks.

Around 95% of the hard coral beneath the algae died off and 70% fewer fishes were observed in the area.

The rapidly growing patches of microscopic marine plants starve

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Leader States

By lars2923 On October 15, 2010 No Comments

Leader States: States that guide. States that lead. Inverse of Follower States.

Follower States: States that follow.

Example of Leader States: New York, Texas, California, Washington

Example of Follower States: Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee

What does it mean to be a Leader State?

Add your thoughts on the question, What does it mean to be a leader state? by posting your response.


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Whitney Lab lecture features artificial reefs

By admin On October 14, 2010 No Comments

MARINELAND — The impact of artificial reefs on ocean life is the topic of the next Evenings at Whitney lecture, at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience.

William J. Lindberg, associate professor of fisheries and aquatic science at the University of Florida, will speak on “How enhanced reef habitat might improve some fisheries populations.”

In 1990,

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US Gov’t blocks worst-case oil spill figures

By lars2923 On October 6, 2010 No Comments

WASHINGTON – The White House blocked efforts by federal scientists to tell the public just how bad the Gulf oil spill could have been, according to a panel appointed by President Barack Obama to investigate the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history.

In documents released Wednesday, the national oil spill commission’s staff reveals that in late April or early May the White House budget

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Blown-out BP well in Gulf declared dead

By lars2923 On September 19, 2010 No Comments

Today, September 19, 2010 the Blown out BP well is official declared, dead.

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Oil spill lawsuits to start with clash over pace

By admin On September 15, 2010 No Comments

Related Quotes Symbol Price Change BP 38.18 -0.34 HAL 31.21 -0.17 RIG 59.78 +1.43

By Tom Hals Tom Hals – Wed Sep 15, 2:05 pm ET

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – Scores of attorneys will jam a federal courtroom on Thursday to argue for almost immediate access to emails and other documents from BP Plc (BP.L) (BP.N) and its business partners as the legal fight over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill heats up.

The hearing is

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Banks to layoff 80,000 within next 18 months

By lars2923 On September 8, 2010 No Comments

Are these the same banks that received TARP? The same banks that have reduced loaning to an all time low? They are not producing money because they are hording what they get and not investing it. they hor due to the new stimlus package that requires banks to hold a much larger reserve and that is exactly what they are doing, banking a larger reserve. This will look good on

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BP Oil Spill August update

By admin On August 6, 2010 No Comments

Recent events have lead BP to attempt a new cap on the well. It seems this cap is holding the oil back. BP has pumped mud, an industry term for a heavy brownish liquid that, well, that looks like mud. It’s heaver than oil and wtih pressure behind it pushing, it aides in holding back the oil. Once this occurs, today BP is ready to begin pouring concrete into the

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Wes Skiles Passes Away

By lars2923 On July 25, 2010 No Comments

Wes Skiles, famous videographer, underwater scenes and explorer passed away Wednesday July 21, 2010 while diving off the coast of Boynton Beach Florida. He was found floating off the bottom by his fellow divers, brought to the surface, transported to the local hospital where he was pronounced dead. Cause for the death is known at this time. Those who knew him or knew of him will miss him tremendously.

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State of the Union

By admin On July 7, 2010 No Comments

Today, July 7, 2010 I begin piecing together world events and have come to this conclusion, We are not, as a nation going to get out of this recession if we don’t begin to go outside our

For the past two years, the United States has poured trillions of dollars into the economy. We had bank bailouts worldwide, countries going into bankruptcy, states looking for more autonomy and the Governements

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