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100 Golf Lessons That I Learned in My Journey From 14 Handicapper to Professional Golfer


100 Golf Lessons That I Learned in My Journey From 14 Handicapper to Professional Golfer



In January 2003, Jaacob Bowden was an average length hitting 14-handicap golfer who uprooted his life as a computer engineer in Kansas to move to California to pursue a career as a Professional Golfer.

Within a matter of months of full-time training, Jaacob won the televised Pinnacle Distance Challenge in July 2003 with a 381-yard drive. He has since gone on to play in and make cuts in numerous Professional tournaments around the world with scores in the 60s and 70s.

During the course of his journey, Jaacob studied and tried many different golf techniques and training programs. Whenever he felt that he learned something valuable, he would often jot it down on his scorecard or a piece of scratch paper.

This e-book is a collection of 100 of those little lessons that Jaacob has pulled out of his archives to share with you. Included are tips on course etiquette, technique, equipment, and other miscellaneous topics that can help you get more out of your game and have fun along the way. Some may seem simple and straightforward, but oftentimes those are the things that matter and need to be remembered the most, whether you are a Pro or amateur.

Jaacob considered organizing the tips by commonly used categories like the full swing, pitching, chipping, course management, etc. However, in the end he put them in random order because he liked the uncertainty of what he would read next.

He hopes you enjoy the format, that you can find all or some of them useful, and he wishes you the best of luck.

In January 2003, Jaacob Bowden was an average length hitting 14-handicap golfer who uprooted his life as a computer engineer in Kansas to move to California to pursue a career as a Professional Golfer.

Within a matter of months of full-time training, Jaacob won the televised Pinnacle Distance Challenge in July 2003 with a 381-yard drive. He has since gone on to play in and make cuts in numerous Professional tournaments around the world with scores in the 60s and 70s.

During the course of his journey, Jaacob studied and tried many different golf techniques and training programs. Whenever he felt that he learned something valuable, he would often jot it down on his scorecard or a piece of scratch paper.

This e-book is a collection of 100 of those little lessons that Jaacob has pulled out of his archives to share with you. Included are tips on course etiquette, technique, equipment, and other miscellaneous topics that can help you get more out of your game and have fun along the way. Some may seem simple and straightforward, but oftentimes those are the things that matter and need to be remembered the most, whether you are a Pro or amateur.

Jaacob considered organizing the tips by commonly used categories like the full swing, pitching, chipping, course management, etc. However, in the end he put them in random order because he liked the uncertainty of what he would read next.

He hopes you enjoy the format, that you can find all or some of them useful, and he wishes you the best of luck.










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Postcard - Goofy Golf, Panama City Beach, FL - 1965




Postcard - Goofy Golf, Panama City Beach, FL - 1965





Postcard - Goofy Golf at Panama City Beach, Florida. Built by concrete genius Lee Koplin in 1960. Still in operation today this shot was taken in 1965.











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Golf shot in a sand trap. Nikon d90 with sigma 70-200 f2.8 and sb-800 with omnibounce camera right using nikons cls.

iso 320
70 mm
f2.8
1/160 sec.









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    maple leafs
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  • The Toronto Maple Leafs are a professional ice hockey team based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They are members of the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL).

  • modern gold, silver, and platinum coins minted by the Royal Canadian Mint.





    for sale
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  • For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2000.

  • For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.





    gold
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • An alloy of this

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • coins made of gold

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"











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This item is available in 14K White Gold, 14K Yellow Gold, and 14K Rose Gold.

This item ships with a complimentary jewelry box or pouch, certificate of authenticity, and a jewelry polishing cloth.

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Ai Edgar Asbury




Ai Edgar Asbury





Co. D, 6th Missouri Cavalry, C. S. A.
His first service was as a conductor of a wagon train of powder from Jefferson City, to Gen. J. H. McBride's camp 150 miles. On reaching camp Gen. McBride appointed him Aide-de-Camp on his staff with rank of Lt. Col.
Battles: Oak Hill, Drywood, Lexington, and Springfield. At Elk Horn he was on the staff of Gen. Frost. After 12 mos. service Gen. McBride engaged him in recruiting troops for the army April 20, 1863 at West Plains, he was captured with his company.

History of Lafayette County, MO., Carefully Written and Compiled From the Most Authentic Official and Private Sources, Including A History of It’s Townships, Cities, Towns, and Villages, …, St. Louis, Missouri Historical Company., 1881.

AI EDGAR ASBURY,
Banker, Higginsville. Mr. Asbury was born in Pruntytown, Taylor county, West Virginia, August 16, 1836. He was partly educated at Rector College, Virginia, and finished his education at Allegheny College, Pennsylvania. In 1857 he removed with his father’s family to Richmond, Ray county, Mo. Here he studied law in the offices of C. T. Garner and Hon. Mordecai Oliver, formerly member of congress and afterwards secretary of state of the state. In 1859 he was admitted to the bar and removed to Texas county, and practiced his profession until the breaking out of the civil war, when he took service on the side of the south, first in the service of the state of Missouri, and afterward, and until the close of the struggle, in that of the Confederate States. In 1865, he returned to Missouri and engaged as clerk in his brother’s store at Dover, in this county. In a short time, comparativly, he engaged in business for himself as a merchant at Dover, where he remained until 1878, when he returned to Higginsville and opened a banking house. In 1880 he organized the Asbury-Catron banking company, of which he is still the senior member. Mr. Asbury was married Nov. 9, 1865 to Miss Ellen Knox Gaw, of Lafayette county, who was born May 15, 1842. They have been the parents of seven children, two of whom died in infancy and five are living; viz: Eva Garnett, Hugh Gaw, Leah Barnett, Ai Edgar, Jr., and Harvey N. He is a member of the masonic order and he and Mrs. Asbury are members of the Baptist church. He has large interests in the coal mines near Higginsville, on the Chicago & Alton railway, is proprietor of Asbury’s addition to the town of Higginsville, and is possessed of a fair competency of this world’s goods, every dollar of which has been honestly acquired by himself, for in almost every sense Mr. Asbury is a self-made man. At the close of the civil war, and upon his return to Lafayette county, his capital was a $20 gold piece, all that was left of the proceeds of the sale of his horse and pistols after his surrender at Galveston, Texas. Capt. Asbury’s record as a soldier is a remarkable one. His first service was as conductor of a wagon train of powder, which he conveyed from Jefferson City to camp of Gen. J. H. McBride, about 150 miles. This was a perilous service since the road was rough and rocky; the powder sifted from the kegs continuously and the wheels of the wagons struck fire at almost every revolution. On reaching the camp of Gen. McBride that officer appointed him an Aide-de-Camp on his staff with the rank of lieutenant colonel. In this capacity he served in the battles of Oak Hill, Dry Wood, Lexington and in Zagonyi’s attack on Springfield. At Elk Horn or Pea Ridge, he was on the staff of Gen. Frost. He served twelve months in the service of the state, and upon the expiration of this term engaged under Gen McBride in recruiting troops for the Confederate States, during which service he was engaged in many an adventure and skirmish with the enemy. April 20, 1863, at West Plains, Howell county, this state, he was captured together with his company of recruits intended for Cornell’s regiment of Missouri volunteers. Capt. Asbury was a prisoner of war for twelve months, during which period he endured extreme privations and sufferings, not to mention indignities at the hands of his captors. While enjoying (?) the hospitalities of Federal prison-keepers he was frequently confined in filthy prison cells, half-starved and clad, and incarcerated closely for many weeks at a time. At St. Louis not long after his capture he was paroled with 27 other officers and started for City Point, Va., for the purpose of being exchanged, where he arrived and exchange being refused he was placed in Fort Norfolk. On the way from Fort Norfolk to Fort Delaware, the vessel—the Maple Leaf—upon which he and about 100 other Confederate officers were, was seized by about ten daring spirits, who overpowered the guard, forced the engineers to land, and, after administering paroles to the officers and crew, struck out for the Confederate lines which they reached in safety. Twenty-seven of the prisoners, Capt. A. among the number, took no part in the emente, having











A. E. Asbury




A. E. Asbury





Co. D, 6th Missouri Cavalry, C. S. A.
History of Lafayette County, MO., Carefully Written and Compiled From the Most Authentic Official and Private Sources, Including A History of It’s Townships, Cities, Towns, and Villages, …, St. Louis, Missouri Historical Company., 1881.

AI EDGAR ASBURY,
Banker, Higginsville. Mr. Asbury was born in Pruntytown, Taylor county, West Virginia, August 16, 1836. He was partly educated at Rector College, Virginia, and finished his education at Allegheny College, Pennsylvania. In 1857 he removed with his father’s family to Richmond, Ray county, Mo. Here he studied law in the offices of C. T. Garner and Hon. Mordecai Oliver, formerly member of congress and afterwards secretary of state of the state. In 1859 he was admitted to the bar and removed to Texas county, and practiced his profession until the breaking out of the civil war, when he took service on the side of the south, first in the service of the state of Missouri, and afterward, and until the close of the struggle, in that of the Confederate States. In 1865, he returned to Missouri and engaged as clerk in his brother’s store at Dover, in this county. In a short time, comparativly, he engaged in business for himself as a merchant at Dover, where he remained until 1878, when he returned to Higginsville and opened a banking house. In 1880 he organized the Asbury-Catron banking company, of which he is still the senior member. Mr. Asbury was married Nov. 9, 1865 to Miss Ellen Knox Gaw, of Lafayette county, who was born May 15, 1842. They have been the parents of seven children, two of whom died in infancy and five are living; viz: Eva Garnett, Hugh Gaw, Leah Barnett, Ai Edgar, Jr., and Harvey N. He is a member of the masonic order and he and Mrs. Asbury are members of the Baptist church. He has large interests in the coal mines near Higginsville, on the Chicago & Alton railway, is proprietor of Asbury’s addition to the town of Higginsville, and is possessed of a fair competency of this world’s goods, every dollar of which has been honestly acquired by himself, for in almost every sense Mr. Asbury is a self-made man. At the close of the civil war, and upon his return to Lafayette county, his capital was a $20 gold piece, all that was left of the proceeds of the sale of his horse and pistols after his surrender at Galveston, Texas. Capt. Asbury’s record as a soldier is a remarkable one. His first service was as conductor of a wagon train of powder, which he conveyed from Jefferson City to camp of Gen. J. H. McBride, about 150 miles. This was a perilous service since the road was rough and rocky; the powder sifted from the kegs continuously and the wheels of the wagons struck fire at almost every revolution. On reaching the camp of Gen. McBride that officer appointed him an Aide-de-Camp on his staff with the rank of lieutenant colonel. In this capacity he served in the battles of Oak Hill, Dry Wood, Lexington and in Zagonyi’s attack on Springfield. At Elk Horn or Pea Ridge, he was on the staff of Gen. Frost. He served twelve months in the service of the state, and upon the expiration of this term engaged under Gen McBride in recruiting troops for the Confederate States, during which service he was engaged in many an adventure and skirmish with the enemy. April 20, 1863, at West Plains, Howell county, this state, he was captured together with his company of recruits intended for Cornell’s regiment of Missouri volunteers. Capt. Asbury was a prisoner of war for twelve months, during which period he endured extreme privations and sufferings, not to mention indignities at the hands of his captors. While enjoying (?) the hospitalities of Federal prison-keepers he was frequently confined in filthy prison cells, half-starved and clad, and incarcerated closely for many weeks at a time. At St. Louis not long after his capture he was paroled with 27 other officers and started for City Point, Va., for the purpose of being exchanged, where he arrived and exchange being refused he was placed in Fort Norfolk. On the way from Fort Norfolk to Fort Delaware, the vessel—the Maple Leaf—upon which he and about 100 other Confederate officers were, was seized by about ten daring spirits, who overpowered the guard, forced the engineers to land, and, after administering paroles to the officers and crew, struck out for the Confederate lines which they reached in safety. Twenty-seven of the prisoners, Capt. A. among the number, took no part in the emente, having due regard for their paroles and refused to escape. Notwithstanding they had sworn to do no act in aid of the Federal government until exchanged the officers of the Maple Leaf, as soon as their captors were out of sight, placed the twenty-seven paroled Confederates under guard, and instead of taking the vessel to her destination, steamed away to Fortress Monroe and from there to Fort Delaware. From here Capt. Asbury and his comrades were taken to Jonhson’s Island,









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GOLD METALLIC FLATS. GOLD METALLIC


Gold metallic flats. Blue topaz ring in white gold



Gold Metallic Flats





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    metallic
  • a fabric made of a yarn that is partly or entirely of metal

  • A paint, fiber, fabric, or color with a metallic sheen

  • containing or made of or resembling or characteristic of a metal; "a metallic compound"; "metallic luster"; "the strange metallic note of the meadow lark, suggesting the clash of vibrant blades"- Ambrose Bierce

  • A metal is a chemical element that is a good conductor of both electricity and heat and forms cations and ionic bonds with non-metals. In chemistry, a metal (from Greek "????????" - metallon, "mine" ) is an element, compound, or alloy characterized by high electrical conductivity.





    flats
  • (flat) a level tract of land; "the salt flats of Utah"

  • The flat part of something

  • An upright section of painted stage scenery mounted on a frame

  • footwear (shoes or slippers) with no heel (or a very low heel)

  • A flat object, in particular

  • (flat) having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another; "a flat desk"; "acres of level farmland"; "a plane surface"; "skirts sewn with fine flat seams"





    gold
  • An alloy of this

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • coins made of gold











Blythe - Fashion Shoes - Silver and Gold (2 pairs)




Blythe - Fashion Shoes - Silver and Gold (2 pairs)





These lovely shoes can be used to match with different outfits for your girls. These shoes are absolutely chic and can match any outfit you like, casual or dressy or rock or whatever way you like it!

NOTE: ddd FOR YOUR DOLL'S PROTECTION, ALL SHOES MUST BE WORN WITH LEGGINGS, TIGHTS OR SOCKS!!! ddd

This listing is for TWO pair of shoes as shown; Blythe dolls, clothing, and leggings are not included. =)

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Gold Metallic




Gold Metallic





Vintage 80's short sleeve slouch sweater! WOW! Gold with gold metallic thread. This is truly one of a kind vintage. Get it before it is gone.

Circa: 1980s
Label: Willow Ridge
Condition: Excellent
Notes: small discolor spot on sleeve,
Size: xl
Fits like: xlarge

All measurements taken lying flat:

Bust: 25"
Shoulders: 17 1/2"
Sleeve: 8"
Length: 21 1/2"

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HOW DO YOU REFINE GOLD : YOU REFINE GOLD


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How Do You Refine Gold





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    how do
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    refine
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  • Remove impurities or unwanted elements from (a substance), typically as part of an industrial process

  • treat or prepare so as to put in a usable condition; "refine paper stock"; "refine pig iron"; "refine oil"

  • Improve (something) by making small changes, in particular make (an idea, theory, or method) more subtle and accurate

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    gold
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • coins made of gold

  • An alloy of this

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"











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POVERTY




POVERTY





Soon, No One Will Be Poor!

“HAVE no fear, for, look! I am declaring to you good news of a great joy that all the people will have.” (Luke 2:10) These uplifting words were heard by astonished shepherds near Bethlehem on the night that Jesus was born. In harmony with that declaration, Jesus laid great stress on “good news” during his earthly ministry. Today, when we depend so much on money to care for our needs, how can the good news about Jesus benefit us?

Jesus Christ declared the “good news to the poor.” (Luke 4:18) According to Matthew 9:35, “Jesus set out on a tour of all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and preaching the good news of the kingdom.” His message was especially encouraging to the poverty-stricken. “On seeing the crowds he felt pity for them, because they were skinned and thrown about like sheep without a shepherd.” (Matthew 9:36) True, Jesus said, “You have the poor always with you,” but we should not conclude from these words that there is no hope for the needy. (John 12:8) As long as this wicked system lasts, there will be poor people, no matter what may cause their plight. God’s Word does not ignore the reality of poverty, but it does not dwell on the negative aspects. Rather, it offers the poor help to cope with the anxieties of life.

Help for the Poor

Notably, it has been said: “No greater burden can be borne by an individual than to know no one cares or understands.” Yet, despite lack of compassion on the part of the majority, there is still good news for the poor—both for the present and for the future.

Unhappily, many have little interest in helping the poor. According to The World Book Encyclopedia, some believe that “people in society compete for survival and . . . superior individuals become powerful and wealthy.” Those who believe this theory, called social Darwinism, may view the poor as just lazy people or spendthrifts. Yet, rural laborers, migrant workers, and others, despite being poorly paid, often work very hard to feed their families.

In many lands poverty is quite common. Hence, the poor—the majority—are not made to feel that they are a failure. Nevertheless, in such lands there are people living in great luxury in the midst of the poverty. Comfortable, sumptuous homes exist alongside crowded, unhealthy shanties. Well-paid men drive their expensive cars along streets crowded with the indigent and unemployed. In such lands the poor are painfully aware of their plight. Really, “the poor suffer not only from poor nutrition, bad housing, and inadequate medical care, but also from constant anxiety about their condition,” says The World Book Encyclopedia. “Unable to get and hold good jobs, they lose all sense of dignity and self-respect.” How, then, do some of the very poor cope with their situation? What has the good news about Jesus got to do with coping?

First, remember that poverty may be made worse by unwise habits. Consider some examples. Valdecir admits that while his wife and small children had little to eat, he wasted money maintaining an immoral life-style. He says: “Although employed, I never had any money but always had various lottery tickets in my pocket.” Milton, because of heavy drinking and smoking, lost a business with 23 employees. He says: “I spent nights on the street, unable to go home, and my family suffered a great deal because of me.”

Joao too wasted his salary on vices. “I spent nights away from home. All I earned was not enough for my vices and affairs. The situation became unbearable, and my wife wanted a separation.” In addition to his financial and marital problems, there were yet others. He says: “I caused problems with relatives and neighbors, and I especially had problems at work. As a result, I was constantly out of work.” Julio was a drug addict. However, he explains: “Since my salary was never enough to sustain my drug habit, I began working as a narcotics dealer so as not to have to buy drugs.”

Raised in a poor family of eight children, Jose wanted to have something for himself. Figuring he had nothing to lose, together with other youths he began robbing people. In despair, another youth became a member of a gang named Headbangers. He explains: “Since most of us were very poor, we found a certain satisfaction in breaking things and attacking people.”

Yet, today these men and their families no longer suffer deep privation or feelings of bitterness and resentment. No longer are they helpless or hopeless. Why not? Because they studied the good news that Jesus preached. They applied the Bible’s counsel and associated with like-minded individuals in congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses. And they learned some very important things about wealth and poverty.

Help to Cope With Poverty

First, they learned that if Bible principles are applied, the bad effects of poverty can be mitigated. The Bible condemns immorality, drunkenness, gambling, and drug abuse. (1 Corinthians 6:9, 10) Such things are











the joy of souls in purgatory by Saint Catherine of Genoa




the joy of souls in purgatory by Saint Catherine of Genoa





Saint Catherine of Genoa:

Treatise on Pugatory

CHAPTER I

The state of souls in purgatory.

They are exempt from all self-love.

This holy soul, while still in the flesh, was placed in the purgatory of the burning love of God, in whose flames she was purified from every stain, so that when she passed from this life she might be ready to enter the presence of God, her most sweet love.

By means of that flame of love she comprehended in her own soul the condition of the souls of the faithful in purgatory, where they are purified from the rust and stain of sins, from which they have not been cleansed in this world.

And as in the purgatory of that divine flame she was united with the divine love and satisfied with all that was accomplished in her, she was enabled to comprehend the state of the souls in purgatory, and thus discovered concerning it:

"As far as I can see, the souls in purgatory can have no choice but to be there; this God has most justly ordained by his divine decree.

They cannot turn towards themselves and say: `I have committed such and such sins for which I deserve to remain here;' nor can they say:

`Would that I had refrained from them, for then I should at this moment be in paradise;' nor again: `This soul will be released before me;' or `I shall be released before her.'

They retain no memory of either good or evil respecting themselves or others which would increase their pain.

They are so contented with the divine dispositions in their regard; and with doing all that is pleasing to God in that way which he chooses, that they cannot think of themselves, though they may strive to do so.

They see nothing but the operation of the divine goodness which is so manifestly bringing them to God that they can reflect neither on their own profit nor on their hurt.

Could they do so, they would not be in pure charity.

They see not that they suffer their pains in consequence of their sins, nor can they for a moment entertain that thought, for should they do so it would be an active imperfection, and that cannot exist in a state where there is no longer the possibility of sin.

At the moment of leaving this life they see why they are sent to purgatory, but never again, otherwise they would still retain something private, which has no place there.

Being established in charity, they can never deviate therefrom by any defect, and have no will or desire, save the pure will of pure love, and can swerve from it in nothing.

They can neither commit sin, nor merit by refraining from it.

CHAPTER II

The joy of souls in purgatory.

The saint illustrates their ever increasing vision of God.

The difficulty of speaking about their state.

"There is no peace to be compared with that of the souls in purgatory, save that of the saints in paradise, and this peace is ever augmented by the inflowing of God into these souls, which increases in proportion as the impediments to it are removed.

The rust of sin is the impediment, and this the fire continually consumes, so that the soul in this state is continually opening itself to admit the divine communication.

As a covered surface can never reflect the sun, not through any defect in that orb, but simply from the resistance offered by the covering, so, if the covering be gradually removed, the surface will by little and little be opened to the sun and will more and more reflect his light.

"So it is with the rust of sin, which is the covering of the soul. In purgatory the flames incessantly consume it, and as it disappears, the soul reflects more and more perfectly the true sun who is God. Its contentment increases as this rust wears away, and the soul is laid bare to the divine ray, and thus one increases and the other decreases until the time is accomplished.

The pain never diminishes, although the time does, but as to the will, so united is it to God by pure charity, and so satisfied to be under his divine appointment, that these souls can never say their pains are pains.

"On the other hand, it is true that they suffer torments which no tongue can describe nor any intelligence comprehend, unless it be revealed by such a special grace as that which God has vouchsafed to me, but which I am unable to explain.

And this vision which God revealed to me has never departed from my memory.

I will describe it as far as I am able, and they whose intellects our Lord will deign to open will understand me.

CHAPTER III

Separation from God is the greatest pain of purgatory.

In this, purgatory differs from hell.

"The source of all suffering is either original or actual sin. God created the soul pure, simple, free from every stain, and with a certain beatific instinct toward himself.

It is drawn aside from aim by original sin, and when actual sin is afterwards added, this withdraws it still farther, and ever as it removes from him its sinfulness increases because its communication with God grows less and less.










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Do you spend a lot of time during the design process wondering what users really need? Do you hate those endless meetings where you argue how the interface should work? Have you ever developed something that later had to be completely redesigned?

Paper Prototyping can help. Written by a usability engineer with a long and successful paper prototyping history, this book is a practical, how-to guide that will prepare you to create and test paper prototypes of all kinds of user interfaces. You'll see how to simulate various kinds of interface elements and interactions. You'll learn about the practical aspects of paper prototyping, such as deciding when the technique is appropriate, scheduling the activities, and handling the skepticism of others in your organization. Numerous case studies and images throughout the book show you real world examples of paper prototyping at work.

Learn how to use this powerful technique to develop products that are more useful, intuitive, efficient, and pleasing:

* Save time and money - solve key problems before implementation begins
* Get user feedback early - use it to focus the development process
* Communicate better - involve development team members from a variety of disciplines
* Be more creative - experiment with many ideas before committing to one


*Enables designers to solve design problems before implementation begins

*Five case studies provide real world examples of paper prototyping at work

*Delves into the specifics of what types of projects paper prototyping is and isn't good for.

Do you spend a lot of time during the design process wondering what users really need? Do you hate those endless meetings where you argue how the interface should work? Have you ever developed something that later had to be completely redesigned?

Paper Prototyping can help. Written by a usability engineer with a long and successful paper prototyping history, this book is a practical, how-to guide that will prepare you to create and test paper prototypes of all kinds of user interfaces. You'll see how to simulate various kinds of interface elements and interactions. You'll learn about the practical aspects of paper prototyping, such as deciding when the technique is appropriate, scheduling the activities, and handling the skepticism of others in your organization. Numerous case studies and images throughout the book show you real world examples of paper prototyping at work.

Learn how to use this powerful technique to develop products that are more useful, intuitive, efficient, and pleasing:

* Save time and money - solve key problems before implementation begins
* Get user feedback early - use it to focus the development process
* Communicate better - involve development team members from a variety of disciplines
* Be more creative - experiment with many ideas before committing to one


*Enables designers to solve design problems before implementation begins

*Five case studies provide real world examples of paper prototyping at work

*Delves into the specifics of what types of projects paper prototyping is and isn't good for.










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  • The value of a collector?s coin depends above all on the numbers still available (rarity), and, furthermore, the condition, if old coins are concerned (value specifications in catalogues are guidelines for sales prices).





    mexican
  • a native or inhabitant of Mexico

  • (mexico) a republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810

  • of or relating to Mexico or its inhabitants; "Mexican food is hot"





    peso
  • The basic monetary unit of Mexico, several other Latin American countries, and the Philippines, equal to 100 centesimos in Uruguay and 100 centavos elsewhere

  • The word peso (meaning weight in Spanish) was the name of a coin that originated in Spain and became of immense importance internationally. Peso is now the name of the monetary unit of several former Spanish colonies.

  • Uruguayan peso: the basic unit of money in Uruguay; equal to 100 centesimos

  • The peso (originally established as the peso convertible) is the currency of Argentina. Its ISO 4217 code is ARS, and the symbol used locally for it is $ (to avoid confusion, Argentines frequently use U$D, US$, U$, U$S, or U$A to indicate U.S. dollars). It is divided into 100 centavos.





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  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

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    50
  • fifty: being ten more than forty

  • fifty: the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five

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The Texas Rangers: Wearing the Cinco Peso, 1821-1900


The Texas Rangers: Wearing the Cinco Peso, 1821-1900



Texas writer/historian Mike Cox explores the inception and rise of the famed Texas Rangers. Starting in 1821 with just a handful of men, the Rangers' first purpose was to keep settlers safe from the feared and gruesome Karankawa Indians, a cannibalistic tribe that wandered the Texas territory. As the influx of settlers grew, the attacks increased and it became clear that a much larger, better trained force was necessary.

From their tumultuous beginning to their decades of fighting outlaws, Comanche, Mexican soldados and banditos, as well as Union soldiers, the Texas Rangers became one of the fiercest law enforcement groups in America. In a land as spread-out and sparsely populated as the west itself, the Rangers had unique law-enforcement responsibilities and challenges.

The story of the Texas Rangers is as controversial as it is heroic. Often accused of vigilante-style racism and murder, they enforced the law with a heavy hand. But above all they were perhaps the defining force for the stabilization and the creation of Texas. From Stephen Austin in the early days through the Civil War, the first eighty years of the Texas Rangers is nothing less then phenomenal, and the efforts put forth in those days set the foundation for the Texas Rangers that keep Texas safe today.

Texas writer/historian Mike Cox explores the inception and rise of the famed Texas Rangers. Starting in 1821 with just a handful of men, the Rangers' first purpose was to keep settlers safe from the feared and gruesome Karankawa Indians, a cannibalistic tribe that wandered the Texas territory. As the influx of settlers grew, the attacks increased and it became clear that a much larger, better trained force was necessary.

From their tumultuous beginning to their decades of fighting outlaws, Comanche, Mexican soldados and banditos, as well as Union soldiers, the Texas Rangers became one of the fiercest law enforcement groups in America. In a land as spread-out and sparsely populated as the west itself, the Rangers had unique law-enforcement responsibilities and challenges.

The story of the Texas Rangers is as controversial as it is heroic. Often accused of vigilante-style racism and murder, they enforced the law with a heavy hand. But above all they were perhaps the defining force for the stabilization and the creation of Texas. From Stephen Austin in the early days through the Civil War, the first eighty years of the Texas Rangers is nothing less then phenomenal, and the efforts put forth in those days set the foundation for the Texas Rangers that keep Texas safe today.










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With $8.00 on my card. (This so-called "COIN LAUNDRY" no longer takes coins, even in this machine: just paper money. Fat lot of good it did bringing that roll of quarters.)











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- Identify different coins & their value
- Add and subtract money amounts
- Sort coins
- Find coins to make certain amounts of money










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