Corner markets and Green stamps and screen doors - as a girl, you could only find these stores surviving in the country - and then they were far and few between.

Corner markets and Green stamps and screen doors - as a girl, you could only find these stores surviving in the country - and then they were far and few between.

Last month when I opened my heating bills {gas and electric}, I seriously nearly had an aneurysm right in the middle of my kitchen.  $300 for gas and $100 for electric.  Let me tell you, Bob, ever since I've been on a mission to get those numbers down...

Last month when I opened my heating bills {gas and electric}, I seriously nearly had an aneurysm right in the middle of my kitchen. $300 for gas and $100 for electric. Let me tell you, Bob, ever since I've been on a mission to get those numbers down...

Its a little strong to see this kind of things but the gesture its telling me what he really wants

Its a little strong to see this kind of things but the gesture its telling me what he really wants

Little Steps: 100 Great Tips For Saving Money For Those Just Getting Started - The Simple Dollar

Little Steps: 100 Great Tips For Saving Money For Those Just Getting Started - The Simple Dollar

IC405 Flaming Star Nebula is an emission reflection nebula in the constellation Auriga

IC405 Flaming Star Nebula is an emission reflection nebula in the constellation Auriga

I wish there was one near me

I wish there was one near me

Darvaza Crater near the (former) village of Derweze, Turkmenistan:  While drilling in 1971, Soviet geologists tapped into a cavern filled with natural gas.  The drilling rig collapsed leaving a crater of 230 ft in diameter.  To avoid poisonous gas discharge, it was decided to let the gas burn off.  Geologists expected it would only take a matter of days, but the gas is still burning today.  The Door to Hell by hazmcm

Darvaza Crater near the (former) village of Derweze, Turkmenistan: While drilling in 1971, Soviet geologists tapped into a cavern filled with natural gas. The drilling rig collapsed leaving a crater of 230 ft in diameter. To avoid poisonous gas discharge, it was decided to let the gas burn off. Geologists expected it would only take a matter of days, but the gas is still burning today. The Door to Hell by hazmcm

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