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Glassmat Office Chair Mats

Glassmat Office Chair Mats

GlassMat
PO Box 438
Erie, CO 80516
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Website: http://www.glassmat.net/
E-Mail: Glassmat@yahoo.com

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Listen Up

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Walt Stinson and Steven Weiner founded ListenUp in 1972 to provide the very best in sound reproduction. Over the years that goal has expanded to include categories such as 4K Ultra HD video and advanced automation and control of all other electronics. Today, they have showrooms in Colorado and New Mexico, Commercial and Custom Divisions, and an E-commerce Store that brings over 40 year history of superior service to customers.

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Online Customers: 877-744-1179
Service: 303-778-1214
Custom Home Systems: 303-744-1179
Commercial A/V: 303-778-0949
Wholesale: 888-547-8687

Email: contact@listenup.com
Website: http://www.listenup.com/

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2034 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 444-0479

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685 South Pearl Street
Denver, CO 80209
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888 E. Woodmen Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
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6916 Montgomery Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109-1421
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Walt Stinson and Steven Weiner founded ListenUp in 1972 to provide the very best in sound reproduction. Over the years that goal has expanded to include categories such as 4K Ultra HD video and advanced automation and control of all other electronics. Today, they have showrooms in Colorado and New Mexico, Commercial and Custom Divisions, and an E-commerce Store that brings over 40 year history of superior service to customers.[READ|SHARE]
Listen Up - Boulder

Listen Up - Boulder

We visit with Bob Murphy at the ListenUp Home entertainment store in Boulder and learn about some of the cool new TV's, Music Distribution Systems and even large theater style home entertainment systems that their professional installers can set your home up with.[READ|SHARE]
Listen Up - Colorado Springs

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We visit Listen Up in Colorado Springs to learn about the top quality audio electronics and home stereo equipment they carry. We learn more about the high quality Televisions as well as a look at their specialized home theater installation and sound studio.[READ|SHARE]
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We visit Listen Up to learn about the top quality audio electronics and home stereo equipment they carry in the Denver store which they have expanded to customize your entire home theater experience.[READ|SHARE]
Listen Up - Best of Boulder

Listen Up - Best of Boulder

Our Best of Boulder TV Special visits Listen Up in Boulder and we talk with Bob Murphy about all the exceptional music and home entertainment equipment you can find in their shop. The newest and most exciting things in the store are all the new LCD and Plasma screen TV's that are thinner and a lot lighter than the old box TV's saving room in your home, or if you want to take your home entertainment to the next level, they can set your room up to be a full out home theater with the high end equipment and controls.[READ|SHARE]
Glassmat Home and Office Chair Mats

Glassmat Home and Office Chair Mats

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Glassmat Home and Office Chair Mats are innovative chair mats that never crack, indent or ever wear out. Glassmats relieve stress, increase productivity and efficiency and help make working fun. Marsha’s goal was to not only make chair mat that would never wear out, rut or indent, but to price them so that the workers, who would benefit from them the most, could afford them.

GlassMat is the permanent, affordable and elegant solution to temporary plastic chair mats, unlike any chair mat you have seen. Its optical transparency and clarity, beautifies and protects your floors and dramatically enhances your office environment. By not retaining indentations GlassMat enables you to glide smoothly and effortlessly reducing fatigue and increasing productivity. Unlike plastic chair mats that need frequent replacing, GlassMat will last forever.

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GlassMat
PO Box 438
Erie, CO 80516
303-516-4014 Telephone

Website: http://www.glassmat.net/
E-Mail: Glassmat@yahoo.com

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Rodwin Architecture and Skycastle Construction in Boulder

Rodwin Architecture and Skycastle Construction in Boulder

Rodwin Architecture & Skycastle Construction


1245 Pearl Street, Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80302

Phone: (303) 413-8556
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Email: scott@rodwinarch.com
Website: www.rodwinarch.com
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Blackfish

“Blackfish” Tragic Story of Tilikum’s Revenge

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“Tilikum’s Revenge”

“Hotshots” looks at a movie!

Blackfish is a heartbreaking documentary about what has happened once again when humans mess with Mother Nature.

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As an old television commercial used to say, “It’s not nice to mess with Mother Nature.”

“Blackfish” is the name that the First Nation’s people call the orca, or small gregarious whale that is also known as the killer whale, which we are told has 48 sharp teeth but is amazingly friendly and has no record of doing harm to humans in the wild.

The operative phrase here is “in the wild,” because the movie begins with a 911 call on February 24, 2010, from SeaWorld Park in San Diego and the chilling words, “A whale has eaten one of the trainers.”

The trainer was Dawn Brancheau, who was drowned and torn apart in front of horrified families during her performance with an orca named Tilikum.

Tilikum, one of the largest orcas in captivity, is now estimated to be 32, and he had been linked to two other deaths since he was captured in 1983 off the east coast of Iceland.

Incidentally, orcas are believed to have a life span comparable to that of humans, and we learn that there is every indication that they use language, and their brains have a part that humans don’t have, which is associated with an emotional center.

So, what went wrong with this gentle giant?

The movie uses interviews with experts and former trainers from SeaWorld and other marine parks to help us understand what happened in Tilikum’s past and come to a conclusion as to why this tragic death was not an accident and certainly not caused by anything the trainer did.

We learn about how orcas are trained to perform tricks during shows, how they are punished even by other orcas when they don’t perform as desired, and how mothers grieve when their babies are taken away from them and shipped to other marine parks for various reasons.

We also see interviews and learn about other tragedies around the world involving trained orcas at other marine parks, and you start to wonder how we allowed the situation to get to this point and why we allow it to continue to this day.

Blackfish is the tragic story of Tilikum’s revenge, who today is kept caged and brought out only to take bows.

I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”

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Flagler College awarded three state grants for 125th Anniversary celebration

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Dr. William T. Abare, Jr., President of Flagler College, announced the award of three grants through the State of Florida to the institution totaling $425,000, noting, “Flagler College is pleased that the State of Florida has joined with private donors and the College to recognize the importance of Ponce de Leon Hall and the 2013 celebration of the 125th Anniversary of the building’s opening as the Hotel Ponce de Leon. The $2 million project will complete substantial restoration and rehabilitation of the building.”

Historically, the Solarium served as an area where guests could gather for conversation, enjoy entertainment, or watch activities taking place in town or along the bay front. Rehabilitation of this room and the fourth floor will permit similar activities, as well as provide for an exceptional event venue. The Solarium remains as the last significant space to be restored in the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, and the room is quite different than any other.

The fundraising campaign began in 2009, and since that time the College has secured more than $1,500,000 from private sources for the project. In honor of their lead gift, the Solarium will be renamed to recognize historic preservation supporters and philanthropists Allen and Delores Lastinger.

All of the projects are expected to begin in fall of 2012.

Flagler College has chosen St. Augustine-based A.D. Davis Construction, which specializes in custom construction for commercial, residential, renovation and historic restoration, to complete the Solarium project.

Projects that were approved for funding are:

• $350,000 for restoration of the Solarium of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, a National Historic Landmark, additionally honoring the 100th anniversary of Henry Flagler’s completion of the Overseas Railway and his importance to the development of Florida;

• $50,000 through a #1 ranked Acquisition and Development grant for restoration of the Solarium; and

• $25,000 through a #1 ranked Community Education grant for the 125th Anniversary Exhibition project.

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The twin towers of the Ponce flank a great dome topped by a copper lantern. These elements define the St. Augustine skyline and have done so since the time of the Hotel’s opening in 1888. They represent Florida’s first “boom” era; serve as landmarks for travelers on land and water; and are the featured architectural elements in many photos. In 1964, prior to St. Augustine’s 400th anniversary, the City established height limitations relative to these building elements: no building would be constructed taller than the towers on the Ponce. Those standards remain in place today, helping to make the St. Augustine skyline one of the most photographed in the nation and reflecting the city’s longstanding commitment to preservation of its cultural resources.

The grant projects have been financed in part with historic preservation grant assistance provided by the Bureau of Historic Preservation, Division of Historical Resources, Florida Department of State, assisted by the Florida Historical Commission.

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Flagler College is an independent, four-year, comprehensive baccalaureate college located in St. Augustine, Fla. The college offers 24 majors, 29 minors and two pre-professional programs, the largest majors being business, education and communication. Small by intent, Flagler College has an enrollment of about 2,500 students, as well as a satellite campus at Tallahassee Community College in Tallahassee, Fla. U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review regularly feature Flagler as a college that offers quality education at a relatively low cost; tuition is $23,690, including room and board. A relatively young institution (founded in 1968), Flagler College is also noted for the historic beauty of its campus. The main building is Ponce de Leon Hall, built in 1887 as a luxury resort by Henry Flagler, who co-founded the Standard Oil Company with John D. Rockefeller. For more on Flagler College, visit www.flagler.edu

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“Flight” Features a “Junior Birdman”

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“Junior Birdman”

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Flight stars Denzel Washington as a commercial airline pilot with more problems than just flying and landing the airliner on time.

Right away at the beginning of the movie we know that Captain Whip Whitaker is not who he pretends to be.  But, Man, does Denzel Washington look mighty fine in his captain’s uniform as he walks through the airport to take command of his airplane.

The flight is from Orlando, Florida, to Atlanta, Georgia, and right after he sits down in the pilot’s chair in the cockpit, Whip starts acting a bit unusual and different from how we would want our pilot to act.

He takes a couple of hits of oxygen before taking off and asks the copilot if he would like a hit.

Then when they encounter some turbulence, Whip personally goes back into the cabin to reassure the passengers, and he tells them that there won’t be any service of beverages for safety reasons, but as he is telling the passengers and crew this, he is fixing himself a glass of orange juice and vodka out of sight from everyone.

Back in his pilot’s seat, Whip suddenly experiences what appears to be a mechanical failure, and the airliner goes into an uncontrollable nose dive in what is one of the most harrowing scenes about an airplane you will ever see.

Miraculously, Whip manages to roll the airliner upside down in order to get control back, and he then glides the airplane to a soft landing in an open field, and only six people of the 102 aboard die.

Captain Whitaker is called a hero, but a required investigation into the accident turns up some evidence that could damage his reputation and career and even send him to prison.

The rest of the movie is about that investigation, and John Goodman and Don Cheadle show up in important roles in the story.

Also, Whip gets involved with a woman who distracts him from his problem at hand: staying sober and getting through the investigation with his reputation and career intact.

This is a very serious movie, but I couldn’t help being reminded of the lyrics to an old song called “Junior Birdman” and flying “upside down!”

Flight is an excellent film about difficult subjects, and we should hope we never experience any of them firsthand.

I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”

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Listen Up - Boulder

Listen Up – Boulder

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We visit with Bob Murphy at the ListenUp Home entertainment store in Boulder and learn about some of the cool new TV’s, Music Distribution Systems and even large theater style home entertainment systems that their professional installers can set your home up with.

See more of our videos from Listen Up Boulder here http://c1n.tv/boulderchannel1/listen-up/

Listen Up - Colorado Springs

Listen Up – Colorado Springs

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We visit Listen Up in Colorado Springs to learn about the top quality audio electronics and home stereo equipment they carry. We learn more about the high quality Televisions as well as a look at their specialized home theater installation and sound studio.

See more of our videos from Listen Up here http://c1n.tv/listen-up/

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