Monthly Archives: January 2010

Mental toughness and Ice baths

I have told many of you that I am a big believer in ice baths. If you are an athlete of any type, hopefully at some point someone has told you the advantages of putting four or five bags of … Continue reading

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UNO Vs all other schools

(Note to self… do not try to hang with professional triathletes on a fourty mile ride after not being in the saddle for four months.) Ryan Nebuda, one of our sales guys, posted on his blog recently some facts about … Continue reading

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I like it

If you have not seen the movie “Its complicated” Its a must see. Although it is not as good as Blind Side. It is hilarious. There are several parts that I could not stop laughing. Just ask Jim and Dawn … Continue reading

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Rental Activity

We rented six places this week the rents were $450 Apartment $400 Aparmtnet All bills paid $450 House $495 Duplex $1150 House $450 Apartment water paid

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the average size of a new home completed in 2009 fell to 2,480 sq ftfrom 2,520

I got this article out of the WSJ http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704509704575019462787197650.html?mod=WSJ_Real+Estate_RIGHTTopCarousel

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This will suprise you

Last July, while Lisa’s parents and Lisa’s sister’s three grandchildren (figure that one out) were spending a month in the Midwest on summer vacation with us, the children’s father died. Their mother and father were divorced and the mother was … Continue reading

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Super Freakeconomics

I just got done reading this book. Although I found his first book more interesting overall than the first one, I thought this book to be a lot more relevant to what is going on in today’s economy. One thing … Continue reading

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Wow Omaha is a Great Town to do business in and live

I have always posted on Omaha being pro business. But check out these stats 2009 rankings for the Omaha area: No. 1, Best-Bang-for-the-Buck City, Forbes No. 1, America’s Fastest-Recovering Cities, Forbes No. 1, lowest urban unemployment at 5 percent, U.S. … Continue reading

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