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Chad Rogers Malibu links of interest
The above Twitter Account is not fake. It is the PR twitter for this Chad Rogers Real Estate site.
I was riding home one day this week from work and the information screen in my car read "cd locked". so I want to know how I can unlock it myself and if not who do I need to take it to.
Taking it to the dealership would be the best way to get your radio unlocked. You can also ask for the code to unlock the radio. I hope that helps you.
Jeff Morris, GM Customer Service
I am going to California with 3 friends. We are staying in Ventura and plan to visit LA. We are all 21+. We would like to keep it as inexpensive as we can, but I know that won’t be that easy as it is California. Ideas of what to do? Where to go?
1. Local Farmers Markets – Wander the isles of LA’s local markets and browse its fresh ingredients while live music plays. The perfect way to spend an LA morning.
2. Abbot Kinney First Fridays – On the first Friday of every month from 6 to 10pm, Abbot Kinney supports local artists, products, and music by bringing all of their favorite local merchants to you.
3. Griffith Observatory & Planetarium – Venture up to the tippy-top of LA’s hills and view the city through a giant telescope.
4. Dante’s Poetry Lounge – There’s nothing like a little slam poetry to bring you back down to earth after a long weekend of LA nightlife.
5. World Dodgeball Society – Joining this local dodgeball league not just hip, but an awesome way to make LA friends outside of the workplace.
6. Free Yoga @ Runyon Canyon – Seven days a week at the bottom of Runyon Canyon you will find free hour-long classes available to you and all of your friends.
7. LA Art Walk – LA’s finest local artists gather together downtown to display and exhibit their latest works.
8. Topanga Canyon State Park – Located in the Santa Monica Mountains the expansive park is made up of 36 miles of oak trees, grassland, and gorgeous waterfalls. Who knew there was an escape from LA inside of LA?
9. LA Flower Mart – Before you check out the Art Walk downtown, spend the morning browsing at LA’s biggest flower market where this vast abundance of flowers are at their freshest.
10. Cinespia @ The Hollywood Forever Cemetery – Lay down your baskets and blankets and hold each other tight for a unforgettable Los Angeles night of movie watching.
11. Drive up the PCH – From Santa Monica to Malibu you will find breathtaking views along the coast. Drive up to Zuma Beach in Malibu for a wonderful journey and relaxing destination.
12. Rodeo Drive – If a Prada handbag is not in your budget, there is still nothing wrong with doing a little window shopping on LA’s most exclusive shopping strip.
13. Be in a Live Studio Audience – Experience the ins and outs of what its like to film a television show by being part of a live studio audience. Bring your friends! It’s free and its a blast!
14. Santa Monica Farmer’s Market – Santa Monica’s Main St. farmers market is bustling with Sunday morning locals. Take a seat at on of its many tables and enjoy the free live music and cool beach breezes.
15. Venice Beach Skate Park – Not only does this awesome skate park hug the pacific ocean but is packed with talented skaters throughout the entire day. Whether you join in on the fun or sit back and watch, its a guaranteed good time.
16. Santa Monica Stairs – Take a break from your usual hike and work out those gluts on the Santa Monica stairs. Tucked away in a quiet Santa Monica neighborhood, this work-out haven is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
17. Runyon Canyon – The workout is great, the view is incredible, and you are guaranteed to make a few friends on the way up.
18. Cruise Mulholland Drive – Pack a great playlist for the road and make your way through the twists and turns of the legendary Mullholland drive.
19. Olvera Street – Be a part of LA history when you visit the oldest part of downtown Los Angeles. This eclectic street celebrates Latin culture at its best.
20. Check Out LA’s Murals – Los Angeles is famous for its creative street art. Check out this site for a list of the city’s coolest murals to check out.
21. Artesia – Experience India right inside of Los Angeles by wandering the streets of Artesia for the most authentic Indian food, clothing, and jewelry.
22. Chinatown – Participate in Chinese culture, architecture, music, and food in this expansive Chinese neighborhood downtown. Also, make sure to take part in their many events scheduled for the public.
23. LACMA – Nothing like a free romantic date to one of the most popular museums in town. The LA County Museum of Art is free after 5 every sing day.
24. MOCA– Make sure to check out famous works by Basquiat, Hockney, and Pollock every Thursday evening from 5-8pm.
25. Huntington Library & Botanical Gardens – Once a month take advantage of the Huntington Library & Botanical Gardens free day to enter and explore their exquisite property. After you hit up the Rose Garden and the Japanese Garden, be sure to see their art exhibits scattered throughout the area. Their monthly free days are coming up May 3 and June 7.
I have thick, short, short layered hair and I just recently bleached and toned my hair and now my ends are really dry and kinda stretchy (especially after I wake up?) and so I was wondering how I could trim up my hair at home? I have hair cutting scissors. I just wanna trim up the top and then my fiancé can help me trim up the back. Also, what are some good treatments I could do to get my hair healthier? I’m done doing my hair at home. I’m gunna leave my hair alone for a few months and then I’m just gunna go to a salon and get highlights. Please help me! Thankyou(:
You definitely should not cut it at home and I would wait till its grown out all the way to get high lights. You can’t fix damaged hair. But you can go get a Malibu treatment at a salon. They aren’t expensive. They sell them in stores too but you usually have to be licensed or in school to but them.
Along with having the used Maserati, also living in a $300,000 house in dallas and also driving a $30,000 BMW. Im 15 years old in high school and my life plans are studying business administration and accounting in college. After I graduate from college I want to open a used car dealership. What kind of money what i need to make to live in this lifestyle?? I have always had a passion for cars and i really want to own this Maserati. Please no "if you ask, you can’t afford it" kind of answers, I’m 15 years old of course i cant afford it yet. And also please don’t say that i shouldn’t buy it because the only reason i want to be rich is JUST because of this car, i don’t care about the mansions, the suits, or the fame. I just want this Maserati granturismo.
Assuming that the Maserati will be about $100K by the time you buy one, you’ll either need cash or about $2000 a month for a 60 month loan, not including the cost of insurance. Your $300K house will be about $2000 a month, and your $30K BMW about $600 a month, not including insurance, gas, maintenance, etc. If you graduate from college you may have student loans to repay, and if you have a family, there’ll be many other bills each month. So, it looks like you’ll need at least $7000-$9000 a month, or about $100,000 a year, after taxes, or about $130K a year before taxes.
That doesn’t count all the money you’ll need to start and run a used car business. Even if you are successful in the used car business, it’ll take a number of years to build it up to produce the kind of income you need to support your luxury lifestyle — if you are lucky. You’ll be sinking your money into the business rather than buying expensive cars and homes. And having only one dealership probably won’t do it. You’ll need multiple dealerships to produce the kind of sales volume you need. This will take time, lots of time, and lots of money.
I have my home up for sale by owner and have a busy schedule so my father offered to show the house for me since he knows everything about the home. He is not a realtor. Is there any law against that?
He is not charging anything of course. And we only
Show to pre-approved buyers, checking with the bank prior
To each showing as the home is large with many valuables.
Your dad or anyone else you approve can show your house
My friend and I are considering moving into a mobile home instead of an apartment next year. The initial cost of buying and owning the home will be $5000 and the lot rent will be $268 a month. Beyond paying that initial amount to own the home and our rent+utilities, what other costs might we run into in buying the home? Do mobile homes have mortgage rates if you own the home? I dont know much about this at all and I’m looking for as much help as I can get!
If you are buying the mobile home outright with cash, then naturally, you won’t have a loan payment. If you are needing financing, then a mobile home that is not permanently attached to the land is not considered real property, and as such a mortgage loan would not apply. This would be considered a consumer secured loan, and, as such, the interest rates would be higher.
I’m furnishing a vacation rental unit in Florida, and need advice on what kind of video game I should get. Popularity, game renting options, other usage like the possibility to use the unit to watch regular DVD’s or Blue-ray? Thoughts?
Well the four major consoles are the Wii/WiiU, Xbox360, PS3 and a PC.
The WiiU is only use-able with the WiiU and isn’t the most popular console and has the least amount of popular games. Without the WiiU it wouldn’t even have such popular titles such as Batman: Arkham city or Assassins creed 3.
It is good for local multiplayer games i.e. among 1-4 people playing split screen games such as mario or just dance. If you want people to play party games every so often then that’s what you want. Remember you will need extra controllers for that.
Here are the prices I was able to find (both pre-owned and new, you did not say what country you are in so I based it on prices in the UK and converted it to dollars)
Wii: £27.99 ($41.80) WiiU: * £212.49 ($317.33) Controller: £37.99 ($56.73)
Wii: ££99.98 ($149.31) WiiU: £249.99 ($373.44) Controller: £39.99 ($59.72)
The X-Box can play DVD’s and need significantly less accessories than a Wii as well as being one of the most respected consoles out there – it has needed far fewer updates than the PS3 and is still going strong after over a decade of being released, whereas the PlayStation has had a few new consoles.
This is a good entertainment system that can play DVD’s and is great for online play so you won’t need other people to play with them, but for any new players the control sticks may be a little herd to get used to. Buying an x-box will come with a controller and if it runs out of memory you can plug a regular USB memory stick in to get more.
It has a much wider variety of games than the wii (I would NOT recommend getting a kinect but I’m putting that in anyway)
X-box: ***£139.99 ($209.06) Controller: £10.99 ($16.41) Kinect: £49.99 ($74.660)
X-box: ***£179.99 ($268.80) Controller: £34.99 ($52.25) Kinect: £99.99 ($149.33)
The PS3 is being updated to the PS4 this summer, but has some great exclusives at the moment (such as the Bafta-winning "Journey") and can play Blu-Ray and DVD’s. As well as the regular controller you will probably need a Playstation move controller. Because of the newer console games will soon stop being produced for the PS3, so you may want to wait for the PS4. Otherwise the PS3 is much the same as the X-box. No price has yet been announced for the PS4.
PS3: £105.00 ($156.81) Controller: £16.99 ($25.37) Move controller: £19.99 ($29.85)
PS3: £199.99 ($298.67) Controller: £36.99 ($55.24) Move controller: £34.99 ($52.25)
There are plenty of games available on the PC, most games that are available on consoles are on the PC as well with full multiplayer compatibility and you won’t have to pay out for a subscription to allow you to play online..
However, you can’t just buy a good gaming PC, if you look up tutorials online you can find ways to make one quite easily and for a fraction of the price needed.
I would guess it could cost you anything from £600-£1200 ($896-$1792), the lower end of the price spectrum being if you build it yourself (its surprisingly easy, you can get all the components separately, even the case, a fan ect, very simple)
This will let people play games in greater quality and mod games if they want. This is for more serious games however, I’d say get a console
Wii; not very good games, only really good for local play with a few others in the household, probably only used for party’s and not for casual play.
X-box; great for online play, famous exclusive games, casual play. Have to pay for online (about £37.99 ($56.73) per year). New console out later than PS4 – more games released. Can play DVD’s
PS3; New console out this summer (PS3 games cannot work with the PS4), can play Blu-ray
PC; Plays most games from consoles, usually games are cheaper.
^-^ Hope this helps! ^-^
im buying a 2010 chevy malibu with 38000 miles on it, a friend told me with new cars youll have to get full coverage which will be 300+, so my question is with a 2010 car do i have to have full coverage if not what insurance must i get?
If you’re financing the car, the bank will require that you carry full coverage to protect their investment. If you can pay cash for the car, you only have to carry the state minimum amount of property damage and personal injury coverage. However, not having full coverage on a new(er) car is a bad idea. If you crash your car, you have to pay for the damages yourself.
Written by Ben Stein – he is an American Jew – so true.
Apparently the White House referred to ChristmasTrees as Holiday Trees for the first time this year which prompted Ben Stein to present this piece.
It doesn’t bother me even a little bit when people call those beautiful lit up bejewelled trees, Christmas trees. I don’t feel threatened. I don’t feel discriminated against. That’s what they are, Christmas trees. It doesn’t bother me a bit when people say, ‘Merry Christmas’ to me. I don’t think they are slighting me or getting ready to put me in a ghetto. In fact, I kind of like it. It shows that we are all brothers and sisters celebrating this happy time of year. It doesn’t bother me at all that there is a manger scene on display at a key intersection near my beach house in Malibu. If people want a crèche, it’s just as fine with me as is the Menorah (Temple) a few hundred yards away.
I don’t like getting pushed around for being a Jew, and I don’t think Christians like getting pushed around for being Christians. I think people who believe in God are sick and tired of getting pushed around, full stop. I have no idea where the concept came from, that America is an explicitly atheist country. I can’t find it in the Constitution and I don’t like it being shoved down my throat.
Or maybe I can put it another way: where did the idea come from that we should worship celebrities and we aren’t allowed to worship God? I guess that’s a sign that I’m getting old too. But there are a lot of us who are wondering where these celebrities came from and where the America we knew went to.
In light of the many jokes we send to one another for a laugh, this is a little different: This is not intended to be a joke; it’s not funny, it’s intended to get you thinking.
Billy Graham’s daughter was interviewed on the Early Show and Jane Clayson asked her ‘How could God let something like this happen?’ (regarding Hurricane Katrina) Anne Graham gave an extremely profound and insightful response. She said, ‘I believe God is deeply saddened by this, just as we are, but for years we’ve been telling God to get out of our schools, to get out of our government and to get out of our lives. And being the gentleman He is, I believe He has calmly backed out. How can we expect God to give us His blessing and His protection if we demand He leave us alone?.
In light of recent events… terrorists attack, school shootings, etc. I think it started when Madeleine Murray O’Hare (she was murdered, her body found a few years ago) complained she didn ‘t want prayer in our schools, and we said OK. Then someone said you better not read the Bible in school. The Bible says thou shalt not kill; thou shalt not steal, and love your neighbour as yourself. And we said OK.
Then Dr. Benjamin Spock said we shouldn’t spank our children when they misbehave, because their little personalities would be warped and we might damage their self-esteem (Dr.Spock’s son committed suicide). We said an expert should know what he’s talking about. And we said OK. Now we’re asking ourselves why our children have no conscience, why they don’t know right from wrong, and why it doesn’t bother them to kill strangers, their classmates, and themselves.
Probably, if we think about it long and hard enough, we can figure it out. I think it has a great deal to do with ‘WE REAP WHAT WE SOW.’
Funny how simple it is for people to trash God and then wonder why the world’s going to hell. Funny how we believe what the newspapers say, but question what the Bible says. Funny how you can send ‘jokes’ through e-mail and they spread like wildfire, but when you start sending messages regarding the Lord, people think twice about sharing. Funny how lewd, crude, vulgar and obscene articles pass freely through cyberspace, but public discussion of God is suppressed in the school and workplace. Are you laughing yet?
Funny how when you forward this message, you will not send it to many on your address list because you’re not sure what they believe, or what they will think of you for sending it.
Funny how we can be more worried about what other people think of us than what God thinks of us.
Pass it on if you think it has merit. If not, then just discard it… no one will know you did. But, if you discard this thought process, don’t sit back and complain about what bad shape the world is in.
My best regards, Honestly and respectfully, Ben Stein.
I don’t believe this letter concerns the naming of said occasion or tree… rather I feel Ben Stein shook some salt here… for God. Beyond the Christmas Tree debate, we see a man who is troubled as to where and how far this nation will go, in denouncing God… this troubles his heart, perhaps he is beginning to see prisoners made… in our country, like we might be *walking the Green Mile*… to the death penalty, if we dare say, we have a love for God. I see no reference to the White House at all in the above letter, what i see is a public figure giving his opinion on how he feels… touching hearts while he makes the appeal to cherish God…I love his feelings, i love that he tried to open hearts and minds to something even greater than the debates over trees…or Washington, I love that He pointed us towards something he cherishes.. I love that he … realizes how fortunate we are to have freedoms here others did not have. I respect his love for God… and for his ability to speak out in favor of those things he and we( many of us) cherish> God. Done without any animosity to any, as well…
The White House still calls Christmas Trees, *Christmas Trees*. See the partially submitted data with links below. Especially the Last one which is true.
also, proves to me that Jew and Gentile can meet in some peace, so whats’ so wrong with this? He hoped his voice might make a difference, his conscience had him stand up and speak… to validate some important truths and freedoms.
Oh ps… here is what i found in answer to some of what was written…
The quote attributed to Billy Graham’s daughter Anne Graham Lotz, for example, is actually a paraphrase of statements she made on September 13, 2001 in an interview with Jane Clayson of the CBS Early Show. The subject matter of that interview was not, as alleged in the email, Hurricane Katrina, but the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
Spurious reference to White House ‘holiday trees’
The claim, appended in 2011, that Stein was inspired to write the piece after the Obama White House allegedly referred to Christmas Trees as "Holiday Trees" is false on two counts: 1) at no time has the White House substituted the term "Holiday Tree" for "Christmas Tree" in recent years, and 2) Stein wrote it in 2005, three years before Obama became President.
In all fairness… see this…
The Obamas themselves refer to the tree that adorns the White House Blue Room as a Christmas tree, not a holiday tree.
First Lady Michelle Obama, speaking with the president on his weekly radio address on Dec. 24, 2009, made reference to the White House Christmas tree.
"This is our first Christmas in the White House, and we are so grateful for this extraordinary experience," Mrs. Obama said. "Not far from here, in the Blue Room, is the official White House Christmas tree.
"It’s an 18-foot tall Douglas-fir from West Virginia and it’s decorated with hundreds of ornaments designed by people and children from all over the country. Each one is a reminder of the traditions we cherish as Americans and the blessings we’re thankful for this holiday season."
The official White House website, by the way, contains not a single reference to any "holiday tree."
And the National Christmas Tree Association, whose members have presented the official White House tree for the Blue Room since 1966, also calls it a "Christmas tree," not a holiday tree.
Setting up a Christmas Tree is just one of the issues… what makes our continent great is that we all came for a fresh start, our ancestors resisted the kind of dictatorships that prevented us from many a good thing. While on my way home from Phoenix one year… some people asked where I was from, told them, they still remembered Banff, and our glorious trees…twas a fair exchange… here I was hating to leave the warmth of Phoenix wanting to stay longer, loving the Palms, and they were fondly remembering how awestruck they were with the beauty of the Canadian Rockies, our glorious trees.( it was great to feel their excitement). WE all laughed… i hold this memory dear. While traveling it is rather nice to even see palm trees decorated at this time of year. There were a ton of ohhh’s and ahhh’s over our evergreens… celebrate how you like, what you like… but remember everyone is entitled to some kind of sacredness in their lives… and we should uphold these freedoms… and respect those who remind us of these! In my humble opinion. Canadian.