The possibilities of pumpkin carving are open to all artistic and cognitive skill levels. Pumpkin Carving is rather forgiving except it can be hard to grab a new pumpkin last minute if you make a mistake. Even at 8 years old I was able to draw and carve my own original designs into pumpkins after seeing a short article in a Boys Life Magazine but on the other hand I know many adults who still cant pull off elaborate designs after 30 years of attempting..
The platform style pumps launched on Indiegogo on March 12. So far the media darling of a campaign has raised $19,700 of a $50,000 goal, with 20 days to go. If you want a futuristic pair of your own, you have to shell out $249. The fallout from the federal telecom regulator move to slash wholesale Internet rates continues as more analysts predict the decision could be bad for big players broadband revenue and potentially dampen investment in networks.Stock prices for the largest telecom and cable companies dipped Friday after the Canadian Radio television and Telecommunications Commission after market Thursday announcement of cuts, dramatic in some cases, to the wholesale rates incumbents can charge resellers for access to their high speed Internet networks.Scotiabank lowered its price targets by one per cent to two per cent for cable companies Rogers Communications Inc., Quebecor Inc. And Cogeco Communications Inc. To reflect expectations of lower average revenue per user, analyst Jeff Fan wrote in a note to clients Tuesday.CRTC scolds big telecoms for ‘not just and reasonable’ wholesale ratesCanadians flood CRTC Reddit forum calling for ban on differential data pricingThe decision is expected to have a much larger impact in Quebec and Ontario, home to an estimated 70 per cent of revenue from wholesale customers, Fan wrote.
OP, you’ll find yourself paying more rent than you do now. The Bremerton/Kitsap area is not as high rent as Seattle, but it’s not that cheap, either. Check out Craigslist to get an idea. Federal Reserve policy makers appear confident that they have the weapons they need to fight the next financial crisis. Some of their predecessors on the front lines are not so sure.Ben Bernanke, Timothy Geithner and Henry Paulson all voiced varying degrees of concern about America ability to combat another financial meltdown 10 years after they played prominent roles battling the last one.While agreeing that the banking system is a lot stronger than it was back then, they saw some weak spots in the country crisis fighting arsenal that didn exist a decade ago. The trio also decried the nation ballooning budget deficits in a joint briefing with reporters.Publicly held federal debt now stands at 77% of GDP, double what it was in 2007got better defences against the more mild, typical sets of shocks that happen to economies and financial systems but in the extreme crisis probably less degree of freedom, more constraints than would be ideal, former Treasury Secretary and New York Federal Reserve Bank President Geithner said.