Monday, June 25, 2007

6/24/07 Newsletter

In BOICE MAIL this week...

"Pic" of the week:

This picture can be found at various internet sites. I haven’t been able to determine its original source, but it does play with your mind, doesn’t it?

Headline Mortgage News:

Reuters: Housing starts down, but permits rise:

Subprime lending “fell off a cliff in the first quarter”. Housingwire article:

Top foreclosure zip codes; The “F” word (Foreclosure) migrates from Rust Belt to Sun Belt. Read about it in this CNN News article:

Looking for the positive spin? NAR predicts “Gradual Upturn”:

“All work and no play” does what? In this RIS Media article, Ty Freyvogle, an outstanding entrepreneur, suggests some ways to balance work and “mental health” time:

Thought for the Week:

“Respect for ourselves guides our morals; respect for others guides our manners”
Laurence Sterne

If you think you’re too “slow” to play in the big leagues, you’ll like this photo.

How to keep more of your own paycheck

The cheapest gas prices in town. Try the link below. MSN updates this information every night. Just enter your zip code and get a display of the cheapest and most expensive gas stations in the area.

Cheap to free International calls. JaJah and Rebtel are two communications companies that are changing the international communications game. They are both offering cheap to free international calling. You can go to their websites at and to see exactly how they work. They are easy to use and can save you tons so check them out.

And now, for this week's fun freebies!

Summer movies for the kids

F*R*E*E movies for 9 week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:00 AM

10 weeks of movies for kids on weekday mornings. Tickets for all 10 movies can be purchased in advance for $5 or can be purchased individually at the box office for $1 each.

And finally, Appraise That!

Ever dreamed of living on a boat?
Built in the 1920’s by Miles Kellogg in Encinitas, CA, the SS Moon and SS Encinitas are a couple blocks from the beach. Assisted by his young son who helped every day after school, Mr. Kellogg built these apartments from scrap lumber that was too short for standard ceiling heights. A popular “drive-by” site, these may be the most photographed buildings in this beach town today.

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1 comment:

Anne Bradshaw said...

Fun blogs. Thanks for boggling my mind. Wasn't sure where to comment at first, but eventually tracked it down. Love the blog site title by the way. Very smart.