One Red Paperclip

In case you haven’t heard this guy’s story, prepare to be amazed. And in case you did, check out the site of the guy who pulled it off.
On July 12, 2005, Kyle Macdonald placed a picture of a red paper clip on his site and offered it up for trade. His objective? To barter his way into a house, free and clear.
Now such a thing may have once been impossible. But today, we have something called the internet that seems to make such ambitions attainable to anyone with enough chutzpah.

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PeerFlix


Okay, so you have given into the pressure of the moment, and purchased that lasted DVD release at Costco or Best Buy. You take it home, watch it once or twice, and then what? Put it on the shelf and never watch it again? Maybe bring it out when friends come over? Let’s be honest, most of the DVDs that we buy are going to sit on a shelf or in a drawer and never see the light of day. What happens to them. Maybe get one or two dollars at a garage sale? Today’s Family First Site shows a way to not only get rid of those seldom watched DVDs, but also get some that you want to see.

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Ancient Egypt

One of the most intriguing civilizations to have existed over the past few thousand years is one that still fascinates us today. Today’s FamSite looks at a cyber location that helps to explain that society and some of the day-to-day activities that occurred then. The site is called Ancient Egypt. Here you can explore the … Read more…

Ancient Egypt

One of the most intriguing civilizations to have existed over the past few thousand years is one that still fascinates us today. Today’s FamSite looks at a cyber location that helps to explain that society and some of the day-to-day activities that occurred then. The site is called Ancient Egypt. Here you can explore the … Read more…

Ancient Egypt

One of the most intriguing civilizations to have existed over the past few thousand years is one that still fascinates us today. Today’s FamSite looks at a cyber location that helps to explain that society and some of the day-to-day activities that occurred then. The site is called Ancient Egypt. Here you can explore the … Read more…