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Inside Notes: Gold, the Stuff of Dreams

By Curtis Parrott Oh…that sparkling gold and all it represents. Gold is some great stuff. Its usefulness is derived from a diversity of special properties it holds. Gold is an excellent conductor of electricity, it will not tarnish, it’s very easy to work with and can even be drawn into wire. Gold can be hammered into thin sheets, it can alloy with many other metals and can be melted and cast into beautiful detailed… Read More

Deserts

By Danny Keating, Director of the Louisiana/Mississippi HVAC Insider As we sit here in Louisiana and Mississippi drenched and soggy from all the rainfall during the month of May, I got to thinking that we might happily want to share some of our bounty with the people who really need it. The first places that came to my mind were the Sahara Desert, the interior of Australia, the southwest United States, and believe it… Read More

From the Inside

By Walter Arnett Last summer, 2018, we advised you of good friends, Rhonda and Bob Rosas, moving to the North Georgia mountain area to be close to their son and grandchildren. While moving a load of possessions from Florida to their new home, they were run into by another vehicle. Rhonda and their pet dog were not hurt, but Bob was injured severely and suffered paralysis over most of his body. Since the accident, he… Read More

Between the Lines: Optimism Rules

By Fred Martel “An optimist stays up until midnight to see the New Year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.” – Bill Vaughan. Successful people are optimists. I know this because they don’t have time to complain. In order to create success, you must keep moving and trying regardless of any obstacles. And there are obstacles. It doesn’t matter what shape the economy is in. When you want… Read More

Inside Seer: Bad Ideas While Driving

By Pete Gardner I don’t know if you have noticed or are doing these things yourself but I have seen people everywhere texting and talking on their phones (not hands free) constantly while driving. I’m sure at one time or another you have heard or read a story about people injured or killed as a result of using their phone while driving. I have also been guilty of doing this in the past. My phone… Read More

How Important is Our Right to Vote

By Danny Keating, Director of the Louisiana/Mississippi HVAC Insider In my opinion, our vote is the most important right that we have as a citizen of the United States. It is our one way to impact our government and create change. We, as citizens, should be overly protective of our vote and ensure that no one minimalizes the importance of it. Voter fraud destroys the value of our most precious right. Is voter fraud… Read More
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