Archives: June 2018

Talos Engery Huge Merger Deal

Recently, Talos Energy, a Texas gas and oil company, has closed a merger deal with a Louisiana energy company. The merger deal was settled at two billion dollars. This deal is centered around the goal of achieving more offshore oil for the U.S. and for the U.S. side of the Gulf of Mexico. Talos Energy

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U.S. Money Reserve: Having a Good Working Relations with the Perth Mint

Coin collectors in the United States are looking forward to getting their hands on the limited-edition coins from Australia that will be exclusively distributed by the U.S. Money Reserve. These limited-edition coins were made by the Perth Mint, and Australian coin minting company. Learn more about US Money Reserve: http://www.builtinaustin.com/company/us-money-reserve and https://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/angiekoch-usmoneyreserve-894 The coins were

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Cow Rescued From Swimming Pool

Edgewater firefighters made an unusual rescue. They rescued a cow that had fallen into a homeowner’s swimming pool. The Woodland Volunteer Fire Department received a call saying that an animal had fallen into the swimming pool. When the officials arrived, they realized that there was a cow in the pool.   Rescuing the cow was

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Salvation Taco Takeover

Chef and co-owner of the restaurant Empellon, Alex Stupak has taken over the Mexican Restaurant at the Murray Hill Pod 39 hotel. https://www.eater.com/. The restaurant, Salvation Taco was run by Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield. They opened the restaurant in 2012 with an open air rooftop bar. The menu consisted of Mexican fare including tacos

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Nacho Dean Set to Become the First Person to Swim Around the World

Nacho Dean, a Spanish living in Malaga, is set to create history by swimming around the world. He earned his fame by becoming the fist Spaniard to walk around the globe touring four continents and 31 countries while covering 33,000 kilometers on foot to document climate change. This time, he is set to become the

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Benefits of Swimming

Ah, nothing better than a good ole swim on a hot summer day. Not only is it a great social activity but swimming is super fun to watch, especially when it comes to the Olympics. Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin are my favorites. Swimming is one of the most fun activities around and with summer

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Benefits of Swimming

Let’s be honest here. There is no better feeling than a dive in a pool on a hot and humid summer day. In fact, in my opinion, it is one of the most fun summer activities one can engage in. All ages love it, especially the kids. With it being such a great activity, many

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Benefits of Swimming

Swiming is a summer activity that everyone loves. It is also a great sport that many of us love to watch on television due to its extreme competitiveness. I loved watching Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin in these past Olympics. They were absolutely phenomenal. Despite being a fun activity, many people are unaware of the

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Benefits of Swimming

Swimming is a great summer activity for the whole family. Not only is it a fun thing to do but it is also a healthy thing to do. It feels so good jumping into a cool pool on a hot and humid summer day. Swimming is also very fun to watch on television. I was

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Swimming

Swimming is one of the most fun activities that the whole family can engage in. Not only is it entertaining for everyone involved but it also provides many health benefits that go unnoticed. I also love the competitive nature of swimming. I loved watching Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin compete against other fellow Olympians a

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