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What's the difference between burlap bags and sandbags?

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A common question we get is the difference between burlap bags and sandbags. Burlap Bags Burlap bags are made from strong jute natural fibers, so they are 100% biodegradable. Burlap sacks are perfect for protecting the environment by reducing plastic waste. Burlap bags last one month under direct sunlight before biodegrading and becoming a part of the natural environment again.  Burlap sacks are used for storing hardware and metal parts, erosion control (14" x 26"), and sack racing (24" x 40"). Poly Sandbags Polypropylene sandbags are made from polypropylene (type of plastic), so they are less expensive than burlap. The issue with...

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Anterior hypothalamus: larger = more sexually attracted to women?

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What is the difference between male and female brains? How does sexual orientation affect those differences? The anterior hypothalamus is the part of the brain that helps govern sexual behavior that is more typical for males. For example, men tend to have a preference for the look, feel, and smell of women rather than men. The anterior hypothalamus has been shown to play a part in this. Anterior hypothalamus: larger = more sexually attracted to women? An NCBI study found that the anterior hypothalamus is 100%+ larger in straight men compared with gay men.  The size of the anterior hypothalamus in gay men is...

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Literary Adventire

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About Some People like to climb mountains, cross oceans, dive to the bottom of the sea.Some people like to watch TV, or play video games.I like to read.This blog is dedicated to books, reading, and the literary world. Honest Book Reviews are hard to find Posted on August 26, 2012A recent article in the New York Times reveals the fallacy behind some of the book reviews online, how some authors create buzz by paying for favorable book reviews. The book review service described in the article, www.GettingBookReviews.com, commissioned 4,531 reviews, sometimes without reading the books.Ms. Walters-Bearden, one of the prolific reviewers employed...

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Advisor Marketing Success: Theodore Roosevelt Laughing

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7 Facts About Coffee You Probably Didn’t Know This is a photo of Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt laughing posted by Advisor Marketing Success, a site that was dedicated to helping financial advisors expand their practices with lots of good advice on topics such as estate planning, investments and marketing.  Theodore's coffee habit Theodore Roosevelt drank a gallon of coffee every day. That's probably a bad idea for most people, but it worked for him.  His coffee habit began in childhood as a way to reduce his asthma.  "This is the kind of stuff I like to drink, by George, when I...

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Patriot Riders

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Patriot Riders was an organization that protested at military funerals. In a controversial decision in 2011, the Supreme Court ruled that such protests, despite the pain caused to military families, was protected under the First Amendment as free speech.

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