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The Jist on Micro Jobs

Posted on December 12th, 2016 by thechairman

BY ANNA T. You may already be familiar with the term “microjob,” but if you’re not, it’s basically just a small, one-time job you complete for an amount of money that varies. Some microjobs pay well but many pay very little. A lot of people who work from home enjoy doing microjobs here and there […]

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50 Cleaning Hacks for your Home

Posted on December 1st, 2016 by thechairman

Do you ever feel like the chores around your home never end? How many times have you lost hours handling tricky cleanups that you just couldn’t resolve? If this is the case then you are in the right place — we have composed a list to resolve these issues definitively. Among these tips, you will […]

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56 Life Hacks to Help You Win at Winter

Posted on November 29th, 2016 by thechairman

Do you ever feel like cold weather gets the best of you? Here are some ideas for facing Old Man Winter and winning, even when it’s cold and miserable outside. (See also: 9 Ways to Reduce Your Heating Bill) Hacks for Your Car 1. If your car gets stuck in the snow, try putting kitty […]

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11 things to look for in your toilet before you go to the bathroom

Posted on November 21st, 2016 by thechairman

5/25/2014 by Grace Murano Found at a McDonald’s restaurant. Guess who isn’t ordering a Filet-O-Fish any time soon? (Source)   Two women at the Henry Chamber Waterfront Park in South Carolina got quite a surprise when they found a shark in a public toilet. The shark was dead when they found it, and is unlikely […]

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Frogs and snakes and squirrels OH MY!

Posted on November 21st, 2016 by thechairman

1/16/2010 Over the past two days, I have been told of two separate stories of creatures finding their way into toilets.  Obviously, this sounds very alarming, but fear not, this is anything but ordinary. The most common trespassers of the sacred throne are frogs and squirrels.  There have been isolated incidents of other creatures (sorry, […]

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Plumber Pulls Live Iguana out Woman’s Clogged Toilet

Posted on November 21st, 2016 by thechairman

Tuesday, June 09, 2015 FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A Florida woman says she was having trouble flushing the toilet in her Fort Lauderdale home this past weekend. After failing to plunge the problem out, she called for professional help. “I’ve never seen anything like this before,” plumber Alisa Scott told ABC affiliate WPLG-TV. “This is […]

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19 Natural Cleaning Tips

Posted on November 18th, 2016 by thechairman

Switching to natural cleaning options can save time, money and reduce chemical exposure. I’ve compiled below my top 25 tips for easy natural cleaning. Please share your best tips in the comment section below! 1. Baking Soda for Oven Cleaning A paste of baking soda and water cleans ovens without the chemicals or the hassle […]

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The Modern Online Gig Economy, Consumer Benefits, And The Importance Of Regulatory Humility

Posted on November 10th, 2016 by thechairman

Original post by: Will Rinehart In previous work, AAF focused on the online and traditional gig economy by exploring the changes in this labor force since the economic downturn.[1] But within this broad class, a narrower category of networked technologies has taken the spotlight to become a constant focus for policymakers, critics, and presidential hopefuls. […]

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Come and Break My Website!

Posted on November 9th, 2016 by thechairman

[feature_box style=”21″ only_advanced=”There are no title options for the choosen style” alignment=”center”] Hey everyone! We are planning on officially launching in January but need to test the website. We want YOU to post your jobs and let us know what you liked and what you hated about the whole process. What changes can we make? […]

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Looking for Beta Testers!

Posted on November 9th, 2016 by thechairman

Hey everyone! We are planning on officially launching in January but need to test the website. We want YOU to post your jobs and let us know what you liked and what you hated about the whole process. What changes can we make? What seemed ‘clunky’ to you? What did you like? During this time […]

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