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CPVC Pipe Installation Tips From a Professional Plumber

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People often have questions about installing CPVC pipe. They need new water lines and want to know if CPVC pipe is a good choice. Many want to know if it is really as easy to install CPVC plumbing as it looks. I mean, it requires no special tools and is really easy to put it together. You just glue it together, what could be easier?

Like most things in life, it’s not quite that simple. The truth is, CPVC pipe is a perfectly good product and can be an excellent choice for water pipes, but you do need to know a few things to do it right. For starters, you need to be able to properly size the pipe in your system and you need to be able to design the piping layout efficiently. There are also some things you need to know about CPVC piping installations in particular.

Here are a few tips to help you get a good system.

Strap It Right

Strap CPVC every 4′ horizontally and at least once between the floor and ceiling vertically. Use plastic support hooks and get the kind that hold the pipe a little off of the wood. CPVC expands and contracts like all plastic pipe and if it is fastened too tightly against the framing it can make a lot of popping and squeaking noises as time goes on.

Easy On The Glue

Don’t use too much CPVC cement. Apply glue sparingly in the CPVC fitting. If you get too much glue in the fitting, when you push the pipe into the fitting the glue will get pushed into the joint. If there is enough glue pushed in it can actually dissolve the pipe and cause a failure. I have also seen it cause a kind of bubble of glue in the joint which dries and blocks the pipe. That’s real fun to figure out when part of the system doesn’t get water.

Use Brass or Copper Adapters

If you have to use any threaded connectors go ahead and pay the extra couple of dollars and get the kind that have brass or copper threads instead of the all plastic kind. Sioux Chief makes some really good ones. You may have to go to a plumbing supply to get these, most DIY stores don’t have them.

Eliminate Loose Tub Valves

While you are at it, Sioux Chief makes some great other products for adapting CPVC to copper. I recommend using their preformed ells, along with sweat type tub/shower valves. Use copper for the tub spout piping and shower head riser and use the Sioux Chief ells for the inlet connections. This allows you to properly secure the tub/shower valves so they don’t wiggle and wobble when you use them.

Securing Hose Faucets

Likewise, the Sioux Chief ells work great along with a sweat hosebibb. Hoses get pulled around a lot and this method really lets you secure the hose faucet so it doesn’t get yanked out of the siding or brick.

Avoid Plastic Valves

One more tip. You can get shut off valves made entirely of CPVC. Don’t use them, especially the gate valves. They are prone to leak. The only ones I would even consider are the Ball Valve type, and I have had problems with them. Go ahead and use real brass valves with the necessary adapters. Again check out Sioux Chief. (I promise I am not getting a commission from them). They are really good products that work.

Stay Away From Heat Sources

Don’t run CPVC pipes too close to heat sources, such as can lights or flue vents. A good rule of thumb is to stay at least 12″ away from these kinds of things.

Check All Products For Compatibility

Last of all make sure that any pipe dope or other chemicals that come into contact with any part of the piping system are approved and listed as safe for CPVC. Some chemicals can have a damaging effect on the plastic pipe, causing failures months and even years later. That doesn’t mean CPVC is not a good product, just pay attention to what you use with it.

These tips should help your next CPVC project be a success!

Copyright 2008 Bryan Stevens

Source by Bryan T Stevens


13 Tips To Prevent Infections Of Your Snake Bite Piercing

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A vertical labret piercing, which is often called a snake bite piercing, involves two horizontal piercings on the opposite sides of the mouth which makes it looks like a snake bite.

Among all type of piercings lip piercing has become extremely popular and fashionable nowadays.

However it is extremely important to keep your lips clean with a snakebite piercing as it helps to prevent infections in the pierced area.

In order to keep your keep your lip piercing clean here are thirteen killer tips that may help you to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

1. Make sure that you wash your hands clean of all contamination before you touch your pierced spot. If someone else touches it other than you make sure they wash their hands before touching your piercing.

2. If there is any inflammation after piercing be sure to take Ibuprofen with medical guidance to keep the swelling and tenderness at a bay and reduce the pain in the affected zone.

3. Consult your piercer and take Vitamin B along with zinc supplements before the piercing procedure and after the piercing to improve your healing.

4. Clean the pierced area with mild antibacterial non-perfumed soap and lukewarm water and rinse it with a cotton ball.

5. Gently remove any crusty build up that may have formed around the pierced area with warm water at least twice in a day.

6. Brush your teeth twice daily with a soft bristled toothbrush and medicated toothpaste containing low fluoride contents. Floss your teeth after brushing which helps to get rid of the bacterial formation inside the oral cavity.

7. Rinse your mouth with saltwater to speed up the snakebite piercings healing process.

8. Rotate your piercing jewelry at least twice a day so that it does not get stuck and make you land up with an improper healing of the pierced zone.

9. It’s best to avoid drinking, eating or smoking within the first couple of hours after the piercing.

10. Sanitize your mouth after eating, smoking or drinking with a medicated oral sanitizer.

11. Completely avoid any sort of oral sex till the wound has healed completely.

12. Preferably eat ice creams, yogurts, cold foods or suck on chipped ice lollipop ice-cream or keep an ice block inside your mouth twice in a day for the first two weeks after piercing. It has been observed that cold things help to reduce pain and reduce the swellings after snakebite piercings.

13. Do not remove or try to replace the jewelry under any circumstances unless it is recommended by the piercer, as the pierced holes closes up very quickly and it becomes extremely painful to reinsert the jewelry in case of such occurrences.

Source by Christine Crotts


Early Ford Drum Brake Conversions 1932-1948


To understand the how we must first discuss the why. Brake technology has made quite a few advances in the last 100 years, but even back in the 1940s, Ford adapted changes to the way brakes were designed, much to the resistance of Henry Ford.

Henry Ford was fond of his mechanical brakes, and his marketing touted “Solid steel from pedal to wheel”. These mechanical rod operated brakes persisted until 1939, well behind Ford’s competitors. The problem with the brakes is that they required frequent adjustment, and were just plain dangerous at speed. They featured 12 inch diameter drums that could easily put a car into a spin if one brake rod was tighter than another. High speed stops proved to be hair raising experiences, and many felt that the new hydraulic or “juice” brakes introduced in 1939 to the Ford product line was a step up in safety and performance.


The first and by far the most important design improvement was the change from rods to hydraulic fluid to actuate the brake shoes. Although the design was originally invented in 1924, Ford resisted utilizing the design until 1939, with the backing plates, shoes, and drum assembly that in many ways the is same design used on cars today. There were a few key design issues that took some years of production to be recognized and improved upon. Along with other idiosyncrasies, Ford’s new adopted hydraulic design was a work in progress. The brakes required more pedal effort to stop the car than our modern drum brakes, a break in period, and even in some cases machine grinding to fit correctly.

Back in the 1940’s and 1950’s our hot rodding fore-fathers had limited resources and little access to sophisticated machinery, so often a “bolt on solution” was the most popular. From the way Ford designed their cars, these brake alternatives were just that.

The second major design improvement was the way the shoes were mounted on the backing plate. The 1940 brake shoes pivoted on a pin at the bottom and where actuated by a slave cylinder at the top. This design is known as “single leading shoe” or “leading and trailing shoe brakes”. When brake force is applied, both shoes pivot at the bottom attachment bolt and press against the drum with equal pressure. Shoe contact tended to stay in one spot and the wear was uneven. Pedal effort was high because none of the rotational force was used to help make the shoes press harder to the drum surface.

Living with the 1939 Ford brakes

To improve shoe to drum contact, the 1940 design utilized a pair of cams on the shoe pivots that moved each shoe in or out to eliminate high spots. Either lock nuts on the backing plate side of the brakes, or spring tension bolts allowed for adjustments to be made.

These spring tensioned bolt adjusters tend to resist staying in place, and the situation is even more aggravated if you chemically clean the backing plates for painting. Rust tended to create a resistance to turning of these spring bolts. The lower cam bolts on the design on the right tended to loosen as well, so when using the early Ford brakes periodic inspection is a must for optimal performance. Overall the design works well but requires maintenance.

A word about brake shoe grinding:

Brake grinding was common back in the day, as everyone was well aware that a little asbestos dust never hurt anybody! Perhaps no one thought of the disadvantage of grinding off of valuable braking material was a problem either. If the brakes where not ground down, they would eventually wear to the shape of the drums, but prior to that happening, the 1939 brakes had a nasty habit of grabbing and high spotting. This caused wheel lock at inopportune times, along with unpredictable braking. These features and disadvantages make the selection of the F100 truck brakes an easy choice.

Ford F100 pickup truck brake design

The F100 brakes are what is called a “Duo-Servo” design. This design works outperforms the 1939 leading edge design because it uses the rotation of the drums to cause the brake shoes to “twist” and press against the drum lining much harder. So much better in fact that they require less pedal effort and are less sensitive to high spotting. This also has the benefit of a more even brake shoe wear and longer shoe life. Let’s look closer at why the “Duo-Servo” design works so much better than the 1939 design.

At first glance the F100 design looks much like the 1940 design, but on closer examination we see that the shoes are not mounted on a stationary pivot point, but rather “floating” on a pin and spring assembly. The floating feature allows the brake shoes to twist and wedge themselves against the drum increasing braking friction. Through this servo action the shoes transmit motion to each other, rather than just one lead shoe doing all the work.

Throughout the 1950’s there was a revolution of sorts on brake development. Some of the larger more prestigious cars came equipped with this updated design. The major distinction was that the shoes now “floated” on the backing plates and took advantage of the rotation of the drum to grip harder. Ford recognized the advantage this would have on the heavier truck they produced during the early 1950’s. The point not lost on performance enthusiasts. Even though the early brake drums were 12 inches in diameter, the 11 inch F100 and F1 design was far superior in performance.

Source by Curt Baker


Personal Time Management: 3 Tips On How To Manage Your Time More Effectively

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Time management is an activity built around the age-old practice of planning for maximum results and personal efficiency in everyday life. Generally speaking, everybody has their own basic system of time management running in the back of their minds at all times.

Managing time effectively, however, is something that a great many people struggle to get right, or worse, give up on completely, deciding to leave everything to their mental autopilot and ‘just wing it’.

The good news is that personal time management doesn’t have to be difficult, or even a chore. Here are three quick tips on how to manage your time more effectively in five minutes or less.

Concentrate on doing, instead of planning

Two of the most common issues that crop up when it comes to time management are poor planning techniques and procrastination, which means you either spend too much time ‘doing’ time management, or just thinking about it and not actually doing anything practical to make your life less chaotic.

And most of the time, you’re not even aware that these sneaky forms of laziness are taking place, which naturally makes the situation worse. A regular example of this in personal time management is that oftentimes you will be updating your daily, weekly, or long-term goals, and at the end of the process, you discover you’ve spent a lot more time planning than you really had to.

In the beginning, this isn’t too much of a problem. But after a while – and especially with longer, more complex projects – it inevitably adds up to a massively unnecessary time drain.

So what’s the solution?

Firstly, and most importantly, you need to make a conscious decision to stress less about what needs to be planned, and focus more on what needs to be done.

It’s a subtle shift in thinking about time management, but a powerful one. What this means is that you have to stop thinking that you need to map out each and every step of your activities in painstaking detail, and keep things as simple and streamlined as possible, in order to actually get more planning – and therefore, things – done.

Secondly, you should start using a system that encourages you to focus attention on what is important, and which tells you when it is important. There are many time management systems you can use, ranging from a simple to-do list to more sophisticated productivity software based on the “Get Things Done” philosophy popularized by David Allen.

Use your time on the tasks, not on managing them

By using a proven task management system or productivity app, you are freed from a good deal of the usual time-consuming elements in the time management process, which allows you to spend your task-planning, and hence your time, much more efficiently.

For instance, most productivity apps are based on the principles of traditional project management strategies, and provide an easy way to control the order, priorities, and organization of your to-do lists, translating into a bigger picture view of what needs to be done, according to what degree of urgency or importance.

This bigger picture view, afforded by the ability to set tasks within projects in a nested, easily changeable format, is one of the best ways to manage your time as it is not only intuitive and effortless to use, but lets you plan your life smarter, further into the future, and faster.

Don’t wait for tomorrow

If you are serious about committing yourself to more effective time management, the first step is to get yourself set up with a task management system that takes the pain out of planning, prevents procrastination, and gives you the time to focus more on what you want to do, more often.

“Efficiency is doing things right; effectiveness is doing the right things.”

… Truer words were never spoken.

It took millions of years for man to invent something as simple as the wheel, so don’t waste any of yours trying to invent your own time machine. Set yourself up with a solid productivity app today and stress less tomorrow.

Source by James Radley


How to Ensure Your Website Is Ideally Positioned For Your Target Market

5 Key Components Your Website Requires to Attract Your Ideal Client and Get the Sales You Want

Is your website attracting the right people who are actually interested in purchasing from you?

Or is it just sitting there and not really accomplishing what you hoped it would?

Every business owner wants to get more qualified traffic to their site and then convert that traffic into sales. I mean there’d be no point in having one if that weren’t the ultimate goal!

But it seems to me a lot of business owners miss the mark in HOW to make that goal a reality.

The truth is, you’re not going to get the results you want from a purchased WordPress theme or worse, a free WIX or GoDaddy site. Sorry, but throwing up a cheap, pre-built site just for the sake of having something up is not going to win you any Brownie (or Scout) badges in the Business Marketing category (if there is such a thing??)

Why? Because those types of free, low-cost or DIY sites are not going to do the job you want them to unless you have expertise in all of the different factors a website requires that converts visitors into buyers.

This is why we design and build custom websites and never touch the purchased themes or drag and drop DIY sites. They simply aren’t going to get the job done that our clients expect.

What do I mean by that?

First, it’s important to understand your website serves many purposes such as:

– A way to showcase your business and its offerings

– A means for constant marketing and promotion 24-hours a day

– A platform that emphasizes your brand positioning

– A facility for converting visitors into paying customers

– A device for attracting your ideal clients into your sales and marketing funnels so you can continue to nurture them

And in order to accomplish all of that, a lot of planning, strategy and design needs to take place.

This article provides five factors that go into building and promoting a website that converts. Each factor requires the right expertise to make your site a client-attracting, lead-generating machine:

1. Visually-Appealing Branding

Your visual brand is extremely important. The impression people instantly get about you when they land on your home page or landing page will greatly impact their decision to keep exploring or move on to your competitor.

Not Just a Pretty Logo…

Branding is not just having a pretty logo designed by you or someone on Fivrr. It’s a visual representation that shows your understanding who your ideal client is and how to position yourself in front of them in order to appeal to them.

Identify Your Ideal Client

The first thing to do is define who the people are in your ideal target market. You need to clearly understand what problems they have and how your product or service will be a solution for them.

This analysis needs to be a deep exploration not only of the typical demographics such as age, gender and location, but also a psychographics study of what emotional state they are in.

The analysis will then help you understand what specific colours, imagery, fonts and other style assets to use on your website, logo and branding so that it strongly appeals to them.

By going through this process and designing a website with a specific purpose of positioning you favourably in front of your ideal client, you will then “speak their language” and reassure them they are in the right place.

2. Compelling Marketing Messages

Having a visually appealing website is just half the battle. You also need it need to be user-friendly and not cause confusion that will potentially send them away.

But more importantly, when your ideal client lands there, the words they read and the images they see also need to appeal to them.

This is why you need to create a powerful marketing message through excellent copywriting that speaks directly to their situation, needs, challenges and struggles.

Let Your USP Shine

Your unique marketing message needs to be prominent on the home page through the use of headlines, videos, testimonials, and images. This message also needs to showcase your USP (Unique Selling Proposition) – why should they choose you over your competitor?

Here’s more tips on what your home page should include.

Your Home Page is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

The rest of your site pages also need to stay focused with this intent. And having other means in getting your marketing message out to the masses is also a big factor to consider.

3. Consistent Content Marketing

Whether it’s a blog post, newsletter, podcast or YouTube show, pick at least one or two of these content marketing strategies and consistently get your message out there in front of the right people.

Frequency is the key. But not only do you have to be consistent, you also have to create and stick to a marketing calendar where, at minimum, you should be producing informative content on a weekly basis.

Create a Free Giveaway

Most first-time users to a website won’t make an immediate purchase. This is why you want to get them into your newsletter database so you can continue to nurture them where they will eventually make the purchase when ready.

This is often done using a free giveaway. Something that your ideal client would want to receive from you that would be very helpful to them.

Do some market research to find out if a free report on a specific topic would be something they would find valuable enough to provide their name and email address for. It might be a video series that is more compelling to them.

You need to find out what they will find irresistible and then create it.

Create Shareable Content

Your blog is a prime place for you to showcase your expertise and provide solutions to your ideal clients’ problems.

By being consistent with creating and sharing new, informative content, the more you are developing the “Know, Like and Trust” factor with them. This then creates a better chance of them converting to paying clients.

4. Implementation of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Strategies

Once your website is built, it needs to be search engine optimized in order to be found through Google and other search engine results.

The text, titles, descriptions and keywords all need to be in alignment with what your ideal client will be searching for when they are looking for a solution to their problem, of which your product or service will provide.

Your website should also be submitted to various search engines and directories to ensure it is being properly indexed and found.

5. Active Social Media Involvement

When you know who your ideal client is, it’s easier to find them on social media and draw them to your website.

Provide valuable, informative and inspirational posts you know they will want to receive from you to help build your brand exposure. This will compel them to want to check you out further by visiting your website.

Be sure to use the 20% rule and sprinkle in promotional posts amongst your value-driven posts that will drive traffic back to your website.

Also make sure your visual brand is consistent throughout all your social media accounts. That’s very important for brand continuity so your ideal client will begin to recognize you and your business just by seeing your brand visuals.

‘Cheap and Easy’ Could Be Costing You Qualified Business Leads

As you can see there are several factors involved in having a website that will actually get you results.

So before you convince yourself the cheap and DIY route is the best way to go, take into consideration how much potential business you could be losing because y
our primary piece of marketing, your virtual storefront if you will, is not appealing to the right people.

Source by Susan Friesen


Motivating Employees – Motivating the Challenge Driven Employee

Most good leaders and employees are motivated internally through challenging themselves to improve their own skills, experience, and productivity. Internal motivation is very powerful when present, and can be easily quashed by micromanagement and ineffective delegation. The key to keeping challenge-motivated workers at their best is to develop your company culture to encourage autonomy and professional development across the board.

Building a challenge-motivating culture can be difficult for some entrepreneurs. The same self-assurance and drive to do things right that makes an entrepreneur successful can also make it difficult to trust employees to work on their own. But, if you plan to grow your business, you will have to rely on your staff to do things right on their own. Good employees will not only cover the tasks that you don’t have time for, but will also contribute their own knowledge and skills to drive the success of your venture.

Good leaders are masters of delegation — telling workers what needs to be done but not how to do it. Set clear objectives in the job descriptions for each position, clearly communicate those objectives to your staff, then get out of the way and let them work. Get to know each employee’s individual skills and talents. Assign tasks accordingly and encourage your staff to utilize their skills. Also, find out which areas your employees wish to improve and develop opportunities for them to do so. For example, most people wish they were better at public speaking. Consider starting a lunchtime Toastmasters club for your staff or sponsoring your employee’s memberships to an established club. The better your worker’s skill sets, the more they can contribute to growing the business.

For those employees who are particularly challenge-driven, it is even more important to encourage them to push their limits. Be careful not to burden these workers with too many mundane tasks. Give them assignments that allow them to show off their skills and develop new ones. Let them know how much their skills and willingness to improve are appreciated…then get out of their way!

Building a challenge-driven culture is critical to the growth of your business idea. The stronger your staff is in the skills that drive success, the stronger your business will be. As an entrepreneur, the odds are that you can relate to challenge-driven motivation better than any of the other motivators. Think about the environment required for you to be the most productive, and build your company culture around these ideas.

Source by K. MacKillop


How to Pass the 3:33 Rule and Add Longevity to Your B2B Direct Marketing Campaigns

Here’s a snippet from Pat Friesen writing for Target Marketing Magazine in November 2007

The 3:33 Rule

Are you familiar with direct mail’s three minute and 33 second (3:33) rule? It’s important when you talk about “openability”.

The 3:33 rule suggests you have three seconds or less to stand out in the mail and stay out of the trash, then 30 seconds to engage the reader enough to get opened and make the “short stack” for later reading. After the first 33 seconds-if you actually get the reader inside your mail piece-she spends an additional three minutes or less reading it and deciding whether or not to respond.

B2B Direct Marketing and the Importance of the Mailing Pack – the first 3 seconds

Business to Business Direct marketing can be a huge waste of money unless you get it right – so you need to get it right first time. You need a promotional marketing piece that will have a big attention-grabbing quality and you need to send it out in a pack that will be easily spotted in the stack of mail on your customer’s desk.

Far too many B2B Direct Marketing campaigns go straight to the bin, often before the envelope has even been opened and therein lays the first problem – envelopes. A flat, plain white envelope with a frank or a PPI holds absolutely no mystery whatsoever. Send your B2B Direct Mail out in a plain white envelope and your campaign is already well on the way to generating a high level of indifference. With that thought firmly in mind, you should give very strong consideration to the type of carrier to use.

The saying goes that you get only one chance to make a first impression and the first impression that your customer has of your promotional mailer is the appearance of the mailing pack. I suggest that your mailer should have a degree of bulk and should be made to look like some sort of gift or “freebie”. This way, the mailer will be opened with eager anticipation rather than total indifference. The argument against this is that the postage costs will increase but believe me, paying postage to send an item that is thrown straight into the bin makes a whole lot less sense.

B2B Direct Marketing & the Importance of Holding Customer’s Attention – the next 30 secs

Once the mailing pack has done its first job in attracting the reader’s attention it then has to entice the reader to open it. I believe that the pack has to be designed in a way that is not too hard to open and leads to the main promotional piece without too much trouble. I say this as the promotional piece itself will take care of the next few minutes – no problem! A B2B promotional mailer needs to capture the imagination of your customer and automatic pop-up products are an obvious choice to do this. The pop-up action carries with it the elements of surprise, fun, interaction and curiosity. A rubber-band-powered automatic pop-up product like a pop-up cube or a pop-up box will easily pass the 30 second test and will usually account for the next few minutes during which time your promotional message has been well and truly digested.

B2B Direct Marketing & the Importance of Extending Your Marketing Campaign’s Life Span

There are direct marketing professionals who would be absolutely delighted for their campaign to have ticked the boxes discussed thus far but why stop there? What is there to say that the promotional piece should stop working after it has created such a big impact? To achieve this you don’t need to do much more than to add a few holes in the top surface on the pop-up cube or pop-up box. By doing this you can turn your promotional mailer into a promotional pen holder – a product that will stay on your customer’s desk top for months and months. Not only will the pop-up mailer fulfil its original obligation by capturing your customer’s attention, it then goes on to be a permanent promotion for your company right there on your customer’s desk top.

Source by Paul Whitney


Ultimate WAR Online White Lion Guide – Tips and Hints on Warhammer Online White Lion Guides

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Warhammer Online white lions fight for the concern with order under the shining guard of the high elves under the prototype career of Melee DPS. They are born as woodsman from Chrace rugged woods and hills. They wield battleaxe which is considered as the great weapon traditionally used by the Chrace hunter. Aside from this mighty weapon, they also command lion pet that is loyal to serve war. Avid gamers have constructed WAR or Warhammer Online white lion guides to help out newbies and other players to both play as and fight against them.


The vast majority of their class works as the honor guard of the Phoenix King. Sub units of White Lions also are closer with some hunters who take into account of being responsible with them. The deadly and savage beasts that roam around the forest are the lion’s cub. On the other hand, they could be as loyal same with a Griffon if they care under the care of an expert. They are considered tame along with their tenderness and firm arm and hands which swiftly form a union with the Chracian hunters who endowed their time to foster their class. White Lion are very protective in the case of their masters as well as with adopted pride. They are named as “War Lions” because they shape formidable gadgets on the field of war. Lots of information are outlined in WAR or warhammer online white lion guide.


Their abilities are divided into their actions and tactics.


1. Brutal Pounce-Guardian

2. Pounce-Hunter

3. Trained to Hunt-Hunter

4. Cull the Weak-Axeman

5. Trained to Kill-Guardian

6. Trained to Threaten-Axeman


1. Threatening Distraction-Axeman

2. Pack Hunting-Hunter

3. Stalker-Guardian

Role Development

Several years ago during the time of war young white lions were brought in the battle field to be trained. Since they are younger, they are more inexperienced but it never stop them in going to battles along with their masters which makes them of great use in keeping an eye to the beast, this is their training ground as honor guards in the future. They are prepared to die at any given time for the protection of their master. Almost all guards of the Phoenix king came from the forest of Chrace which is also true in the case of a white lion.

Every year, the king and its ministry are choosing small group which are composed of young elves who are chosen to serve in honor of the king in accordance to the ancient rites. Within the group, not all of them are worthy to be in service with the king, only those who could withstand the challenges shall remain. The challenge is to go in the forest of Chrace and capture a white lion. Whoever comes back wearing the cloak of the lion shall be named worthy to serve the king. Having a WAR or Warhammer Online white lion guide will help you drastically improve your game.

Masteries of White Lion

1. Path of the Hunter

2. Path of the Axeman

3. Path of the Guardian

Source by Faviano Torres


How to Know If a Guy Is Trying to Make You Jealous? Catch Him in the Middle of His Trick

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Getting their partner to be jealous so they may covet them more is largely considered a woman’s domain. But it surely doesn’t mean that vice versa is not possible. Men also do try to make their woman jealous mostly to check on the relationship status. Here are a few things to help you gauge if your man is trying to make you feel jealous.

He will all of a sudden appear to be very busy
Don’t get alarmed if out of the blue he suddenly seems too busy, perhaps even to take your calls. His sulking is just a signal from him to you that he needs you to shower him with more attention and he wants you to get this point without saying it directly.

Other women become more worthy of praise for him
Just know for sure if your man all of a sudden starts praising and complimenting other women and more importantly, when you are around that he is trying to make you jealous and also wants to see your reactions.

Your friend suddenly starts getting more attention than you
It is almost certain that he is trying to get you to feel jealous if he is paying more attention to your friend than to you. By doing this he is most likely trying to instil a sense of insecurity in you in order to get more attention from you.

He will revel in and boast of the attention he is getting from other girls
Any self respecting woman cannot tolerate other women getting remotely interested in their man. If at all he starts bragging about the kind of attention he is getting from other women, take it that he is only trying to get you jealous. Actually he is just hinting that he wants more attention from you.

Time that you spent together will drop down a few notches
If you find that the amount of time you used to spend together is not the same as before and that he is making some excuse or the other to avoid you, then it is plain simple that he is trying to get you jealous. He is only trying to find out how much his absence is pinching you and wants you to miss him.

He will get more appreciative of other women’s sense of humor
This happens to be one of their favourite tricks to make their women feel jealous. If you find him laughing away to glory at some other woman’s joke that is not even remotely funny to you, just know that it is only one of his attempts to make to feel jealous.

He “at the last minute” finds a reason to cancel a plan
You have made some plans together and unexpectedly he cancels it at the very last moment and is also unable to give a sound reason for him doing so, don’t press the panic button. He is just trying to put you through some agony trying to make you think what exactly he is up to

Source by Krista Hiles


Web Hosting Tips To Get You The Best Package

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Business websites are never complete without the right web hosting services. The services make the foundation of the business, brand and the website in general. With your target market solely relying on the website for all kinds of information related to the business, it is your duty to ensure that you offer them a pleasant user experience. To get this, you need to make very good decisions for your web hosting needs.

Tip 1 – Know what is free and what is not

Free domains can be quite tempting, but it is important to go down to the details to see what the real deal is. In such cases find out who really owns the domains. This is important because in most cases the free domain ownership remains with the hosting company. You might need to stick with the company pay a large amount to buy it down the line. It is also important to find out about any renewal fees for the free domains after a given period of time. You might enjoy a free domain for a year only to pay a high amount for renewal after the year is done. The secret is to ask all important questions before getting your domain.

Tip 2 Try and separate hosting services from your domain

Even though sometimes it might be convenient to get both from one provider, you will find it safer to make a separation between hosting services and your domain. This will offer you a cushioning effect in case your web host is not trustworthy and has the risk of bringing you down. You can always seek better hosting services if you are not very happy with what your current host is offering you without risking your domain.

Tip 3 Give attention to disk space and bandwidth terms

They are some of the things most people ignore, especially when going for shared web hosting. It is important to know your limits and what the consequences will be in case you go over the limit. Remember high traffic and downloads on the website can have effects on disk space and bandwidth. It makes it important to consider reactions you expect from your website so you can select the best space terms from your web host.

Tip 4 Get all details of your web hosting company

Customer feedback and reviews can be very helpful in landing you the best web hosting services. Always take the time to do a background check on your web host before hiring services just to be sure of what you are getting. With important details, it becomes easy for you to make a decision and know what to expect from your host beforehand.

Tip 5 Be careful with long term contracts

They can of course be very convenient if you completely trust your web host, but you need to be careful when starting with a new host. Long term contracts can tie you down to a bad host making it hard for you to make any changes to enhance your website and brand. It is advisable to start short term and graduate as you gain full trust and confidence in your host.

Source by Jovia D’Souza