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3. What prophet took a wife of whoredoms named Gomer? Hosea, Jonah, Amos, Micah 4. From Judges 14, what did Samson eat from the carcass of a lion? Manna, Honey, Berries, Figs 5. What sin against the Holy Spirit results in eternal guilt? Blasphemy, Adultery, Murder, Non tithing 6. Who was the father of Joshua? Abraham, Aaron, Nun, Moses ANSWERS: 1) Neither; 2) Amos; 3) Hosea; 4) Honey; 5) Blasphemy; 6) Nun For more trivia, log on to www.TriviaGuy.com. (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc.
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No matter who you are or where you live, you should always start your day with a well-rounded and nutritious breakfast! What’s so great abou breakfast, you say? Keep reading to find out! • Not only does breakfast provide energy, those who eat breakfast have been shown to have better concentration and productivity. Eating breakfast has also been linked with helping reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering cholesterol. •Did you know that the protein of cooked eggs is more easily digestible and absorbable by humans than that of raw eggs? Speaking of eggs, there are tons of ways to cook eggs. Some people like their eggs scrambled, some like them fried, boiled or poached. Eggs as part of the North American breakfast meal most likely came from the United Kingdom and Ireland, where they are also part of the traditional breakfast meal. • Speaking of the United Kingdom - have you ever had a crumpet? Just what is a crumpet exactly? Crumpets are a circular English breakfast food made of flour and yeast - they look like a fat, small, thick pancake. They are usually eaten with butter or a topping. • Bubble and squeak is another traditional English breakfast food. It is made by shallow-frying the leftover mashed potatoes and other vegetables from the meal the night before. Rumor has it that the name “bubble and squeak” came from the sound the food made while cooking. • Pancakes are a food that also originated in Europe, though there are similar items around the world. In parts of Asia, pancake-like items are eaten as a snack. A Chinese variant is filled with a sweet layer of sugar, butter and ground peanuts. • Crêpes are a national dish of France and another breakfast favorite. They are cooked similarly to pancakes, but are generally thinner and crispier. They are often served with a filling, varying from vegetables to eggs, sweat creams to spreads. • Did you know that waffles and waffle-irons originated in Europe and have been around since the Middle Ages? • The word bacon is an Old French word which comes from an old Germanic word bacho, which means ‘ham.’ • You might have guessed, but did you know that orange juice is the official beverage of the state of Florida? Florida’s legislature designated the breakfast favorite as the official state beverage back in 1967. • If you aren’t a Southerner but have ever visited The South, you might have found yourself asking - just what are grits? And how are you supposed to eat them? Southern folk will answer that question simply - with butter and salt... and if you’re feeling frisky, try a little cheese! Some who live in the Northeast might suggest you add butter and sugar instead, but any Southerner will tell you that’s just plain wrong! • And just what are they? Grits are actually coarsely ground corn. Grits are made in the process of grinding corn meal. The finer product is the meal, whereas the leftover coarse material are the grits. • It’s only fitting that the World Grits Festival is held deep in the balm of South Carolina. It has been held annually in St. George, South Carolina since 1986. The next festival is scheduled for April 16-18, 2010. • Did you know that the German word strudel means ‘whirlpool’?
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JOin uS every FridAy nigHt FOr dinner in tHe mAin HALL If you have a big group for dinner, please call ahead for reservations, 386-446-3910. email@example.com • Fax (386) 446-5155
Happy Hour Specials! Monday - Friday • 2 -6 p.M.
dozen Wings ................................................... $5.49 Chips & Salsa ................................................... $2.99 nachos........................................................... $5.99 Chicken nachos ............................................... $8.99 Crab Cheese dip ............................................... $2.99 1/2 lb. Spicy Steamed Shrimp............................. $6.99 Shrimp, Chicken or Veggie Kabob ........................ $5.99 Steak Kabob.................................................... $6.99 all kabobs are served w/black beans & rice — dine in only —
Any purchase of $25 or more w/coupon only.
are you ready For SoMe
Football?!! Home of the Miami dolphins Fin Fans
on SundayS during tHe gaMe… CoMe CHeCK out our SpeCialS!
one coupon per visit per table. Not valid with any other specials or discounts. Dine in only (excluding gift card or retail). Exp. 9/30/09
MuSiC Starting baCK up in SepteMber… eVery WedneSday & Saturday
open 7 dayS 11 a.M.-10p.M. loCated at tHe Flagler County airport
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Pass the Chocolate! Last year, medical researchers said dark chocolate was good for lowering blood pressure. It’s the antioxidants that do the trick, they determined, by increasing nitric oxide and opening blood vessels. Now there’s even better news: Chocolate can reduce the risk of dying from cardiac problems, according to an article in the Journal of Internal Medicine. Researchers in Sweden studied men and women between the ages of 45 and 70 years old, tracking them for eight years after they had a heart attack, with special emphasis on their diet -- and how much chocolate they consumed. Both men and women had the good results. Specifically, chocolate can cut the risk of dying from heart problems by almost 70 percent if you eat chocolate regularly. Snacking on chocolate only once a week can cut the risk in half. Eating chocolate only now and then still has an effect and cuts the risk by 27 percent. There are cautions, of course. Eating too much of anything, especially sweets, can lead to weight problems. And if you have another condition such as diabetes, you’ll have to skip the chocolate. If chocolate is on the list of foods you must avoid, there are other ways you can get beneficial antioxidants in your diet. A U.S. Department of Agriculture study lists foods having the highest levels of antioxidants: small red beans, blueberries (wild and cultivated), kidney beans, cranberries, artichokes, blackberries, prunes, raspberries, strawberries, apples (including Red Delicious, Granny Smith and Gala), Russet potatoes and plums. If you can’t eat chocolate, ask your doctor about incorporating the above foods into your diet, and get advice about the quantities. If you’re one of the lucky one who can eat dark chocolate, ask about that, too!
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Save on Auto Insurance Before your next auto insurance renewal date, check rates from competing insurance companies. All policies aren’t the same, and you could save hundreds of dollars per year. To get your best possible rates: • Consider bundling your homeowners insurance with your auto. You could get a lower rate for the additional business. At the same time, if you have a bundled policy and only want to change one of them, the remaining policy premium could go up. • Be sure you get all your discounts. Passenger and sidecurtain air bags, auto club membership, low annual mileage, professional group affiliation and other considerations can net you a lower rate. Even the type of job you have can help, if you’re in certain occupations. Ask if you’d get a discount for taking a defensive-driving course. • Try to pay the whole period’s premium, usually six months. Most companies will hit you with extra charges for making monthly payments. • Consider a larger deductible. If the premium difference between $500 and $1,000 deductibles is considerable, put away the extra $500 and go with the larger deductible. But beware ever filing a small claim. Your rates will go up. • Keep your credit scores high. It used to be that insurers would check the year and make of the vehicle, your age and gender, your driving history and your ZIP code to determine your auto insurance premiums. Nowadays they also check your credit worthiness. They’re not looking for whether you can pay the premiums -- they want to know about the rest of your life. Insurance companies believe that if you have a low credit score, you’re more likely to file a claim. Additionally, if you have longstanding accounts, you’ll be considered more stable and less likely to file claims. • Unless the savings are good, stay with the same company. That shows stability on your part, and you could get discounts for renewal. Call to ask before you cancel your current policy. Before you take the lowest-cost policy, however, check out the company’s reputation. The J.D. Powers Web site rates auto insurance providers in a number of categories. See www.jdpower. com for ratings. When you get the policy, read it. Be sure it covers what you signed up for, and at the price you were told. David Uffington regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Write to him in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to email@example.com. (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc.
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Real Estate For Sale
$500 POLICE Impounds! Cars, Trucks, Suv’s from $500! Honda, Toyota, Chevy, etc. For Listings 800-749-8116 ext 4201
$199/MO! Buy 1-4 Bd Bank Foreclosures from $199/mo! HUD Homes 5% Down, 20 Years @ 8%! For Listings 800-749-8124 Ext. 1325
SaleS RepReSentative poSitionS available.
$500! Carros desde $500! Confiscados por La Policia! Se Vende Hondas, Chevys Y Mas! Para Listas Llame Hoy Al 1-800-650-7134 ext 8000
Flagler Beach - walking distance to the water. Great view from your new office! Individual office space available. Easy terms. From $299/month OR shared office space from $99/month includes: Administrative Assistant, Conference Room, Utilities, Internet, Furnished or Unfurnished. Albert Esposito & Associates 386-503-0936
$29/MO!! BUY Police Impounds, Tax Repos!! Cars/Trucks/Motorcycles from $29/mo! $0 down, 36 months, 8.5%. For listings 1-800-749-8116 x 9442
Recreational Vehicles 2003 38’ Luxury Motor Coach diesel, 223K miles, 2 slide outs, 7 foot ceilings, ceiling fans, washer/dryer, stand up shower, satellite system, 4 TVs and DVD players, air conditioning, back up camera, dual refrigerator, leather couch, and J lounge, automatic front shades. $99,000. Call Shellye at 386-316-8054.
Miscellaneous Want to purchase minerals and other oil/gas interest. Send details to: P.O. Box 13557, Denver, CO 80201.
Bank Foreclosures HUD, FSBO, etc. Homes from $10,000! 1-3 bedroom available! These homes won’t last! For Listings 800-749-8124 Ext. 5358 Buy 1-4 bd Hud homes from $10,000! As low as $199/mo!! 5% down, 30 years @ 8%! Must see! For Listings 800-749-8124 Ext. 5387
$99 Daytona Office Space — available immediately —
3 work stations. Furnished and equipped with wireless internet, copier/fax and more at no additional cost.
We are growing and increasing our fantastic sales team. Must have a great attitude and enjoy meeting new people daily. We offer: • Convenient Hours • Great Commissions • Great territories • Weekly leads email your resume to:
firstname.lastname@example.org MOVIE EXTRAS needed! Earn $150-$300 per day. All looks and types. TV, videos, commercials, film, print. 800-340-8404 ext 2004. GOVERNMENT JOBS $12-48/hr. Full Benefits, Paid Training. Administrative/Clerical, Health Care, Construction, Law Enforcement, Wildlife, More! 1-800-320-9353 ext 2509. Hiring Stylists in two locations: Hwy. 100 & Flagler Beach. Call John at Hair We “R” Salon 437-0033. Christian Cleaning company has a part-time day position available for a person who is honest, hardworking, dependable, with reliable transportation. If interested, please call 386-864-5080.
Farm & Ranch Corral Panels from $29 Round Pens from $550, Horse Stalls from $475. Nationwide Delivery available. 800-343-1026. redriverarenas.com
Education OCEAN CORP. Houston, Texas. Train for New Career. Underwater Welder, Commercial Diver, NDT/Weld Inspector. Job placement and financial aid for those who qualify, 1-800-321-0298.
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Flagler County’s #1 Truck & SUV Store for the past 7 years!
Now installing Leather Seats in Place of Cloth
Flagler County’s #1 Truck & SUV Superstore For The Past 7 Years
Painted Fiberglass Lids starting at $899!
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• Spray On Bedliners • Performance Exhaust Systems • Fiberglass Toppers & Lids • Runner Boards • Trailer Hitches • Chrome Packages • Tool Boxes • Truck Tops • Rear Deck Spoilers NOW DOiNG HEaDLiGHT RESTORaTiON
4601 East Hwy. 100 • Marvins Gardens F-8 • Bunnell • 386-437-8388 (1/10 of a mile west of Walgreens)
Remove plaque & taRteR without anesthetic foR youR pet!
Early Bird Menu
215 Ocean Shore Blvd. • Flagler Beach
Tuesday All-You-CanEat Fish Fry… $8.95 HaddOck Or catFiSH Includes cup of gumbo, fries, coleslaw & corn on the cob
— Everything made to order — Serving BreakFaSt, LuncH & dinner
7 days a week 3:00 - 7:30 p.m. daily Trout............................................ $9.50 Baked or Fried Prime Rib (8 oz.).......................... $9.95 Shrimp......................................... $9.50 Fried, Broiled or scampied Scallops........................................ $9.95 Fried, Broiled or scampied Mahi-Mahi................................... $9.50 Flounder...................................... $9.50 Fried or Baked Top Sirloin (6 oz.)........................ $9.95 Coconut Shrimp.......................... $9.50 Liver & Onions............................ $7.95 Linguine w/ White Clam Sauce.... $7.95 Calamari w/Garlic Sauce over Linguine............................. $7.95
Tantalizing Summer Salads red, White & Blue Salad ........................... $5.95
Strawberries, blueberries, pecans and bleu cheese crumbles on fresh Romaine and Iceberg mix with strawberry vinegerette dressing.
Mandarin Orange Salad ............................$5.95 Orange, pineapple chunks, diced tomatoes and feta cheese on fresh Romaine and Iceberg mix with balsamic vinegerette dressing.
california dreamin’ ................................... $5.95 Avocado, tomatoes, cucumbers, black olives and almonds on fresh Romaine lettuce topped with corn tortillas and mango vinegerette dressing.
Farmer’s Market Salad ............................. $5.95 Traditional garden salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, boiled eggs, mushrooms, bacon and cheddar jack cheese.
Julius caesar Salad ................................... $5.95 Fresh Romaine hearts with homemade croutons and asiago cheese with authentic Caesar dressing (anchovies upon request).
with grilled, fried or blackened chicken.......... $7.95 with grilled or blackened mahi or salmon ...... $8.95 with 6 oz. sirloin filet grilled or blackened ..... $9.95 wih shrimp grilled or blackened .................... $9.95 with blue crab claw meat ..............................$9.95
HAPPY HOUR… 2-7 DAILY SUNDAY BRUNCH… 8AM-2PM
Thursday, September 3… DJ VERN Friday, September 4… REzOLUSHUN - 8PM-MIDNIGHT Saturday, September 5… SOUTHBOUND - 8PM-midnight Sunday, September 6… JOE ATTI DUO - 6PM-10PM Monday, September 7… REzOLUSHUN - 2PM-6PM Wednesday, September 9… LARRY & ROxY - 6PM-10PM
GREAT FOOD • OCEAN FRONT • OUTDOOR PATIO SEATING FULL LIQUOR BAR… AND REALLY WHO HAS MORE FUN THAN US? 2444 S. Oceanshore Blvd. (exactly 2 miles South of the Pier) • Flagler Beach
Published on Sep 2, 2009