Driving to Mexico from California


What You Need When Driving to Mexico from California

Great beaches, friendly people, beautiful scenery — who wouldn’t want to visit Mexico? If you’re planning a drive south of the border, there are a few things you should know first so that your drive goes smoothly and safely.

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Entrepreneurs Drawn to Starting Incubators

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Last week I was reading an article about a successful entrepreneur that had started an incubator to work on multiple startups simultaneously. Incubators, now called studios or labs, were popularized during the dot com boom, and most failed to work, leaving a negative connotation for many people. Now, the cost to start is 10x cheaper and there are millions of people with mobile broadband connections, making for a different dynamic compared to 15 years ago. While it is still expensive to scale, getting started is easy.

Here are a few ideas why entrepreneurs are drawn to incubators:

  • Timing a market is terribly difficult, so having multiple startups running simultaneously increases the chance of finding a fit
  • For many (most?) entrepreneurs, the starting part is more fun than the scaling part
  • Small, dedicated teams without a legacy customer base can innovate fast, making it more fun to see rapid progress
  • When…

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Closed Walmart In California, Cops Guard Dock and Entrances

I want to thank Stephanie for the footage, Pictures and info.
She filmed this at the Pico Rivera California Walmart Location That recently Closed for suspicious reasons. Walmart had never contacted the County to get permits for Plumbing work. They have now covered the windows with black tarp, surrounded the place with cops and built a wall up inside so no one can see whats going on past the Pharmacy area. Why would All this be going on for PLUMBING? Plus Cops at the receiving dock at the back!
Questions remain, but thanks to folks out there that share their info to let others know what is Really Going On! Stay Tuned for More!


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Beginners May Miss

Disjointed Jottings by Robert Smith (A.K.A. TyCobbsTeeth)

Quick WordPress Tips

Many of these work for both WP.com and WP.org users, but any mention of customizable plugins is for WP.org users only.

One other note. For WP.com users, the edit screen is now a new light blue color with a different interface. You’ll have to revert to the classic editor in order to make sense of these tips. The option to revert to the classic editor is on the bottom right of the edit screen.


1. Do you want to create an hyperlink in your post that references an older post? Rather than having to type out the URL or look for it in another window/window, use the search for other content arrow in the link box. Choose the link you’d like and click ADD LINK. There is no reason to check off the box “open in a new window” when you are referencing your own…

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5 ways bike thieves are walking away with your ride

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Global News

TORONTO – At least 3,400 bikes were stolen from Toronto streets in 2012, according to one cycling expert.

“But we know the problem is much larger because many people don’t report it,” Liz Sutherland of Cycle Toronto said.

Cyclists could do more to protect their prized possessions because thieves are likely watching carefully.

Here are five common ways thieves take your bike, according to Robert Bateman from Bateman’s Bicycle Company:

1. Break-ins

This is self-explanatory. The criminals break into your garage, shed, or backyard and simply take your bike.

SOLUTION: Lock up your bike properly, no matter where you store it.

2. Cutting or breaking locks

This method of thievery might be the most common and quick. The criminal just uses a bolt cutter or pry bar and walks away with the bike.

SOLUTION: Buy high quality u-locks and cables. Prices for good ones range from $55-$120.

3. Stealing portions…

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