Nov 202015
 

Ride sharing is a very simple small business to start. The process is easy and well explained on ridesharing provider sites like www.uber.com and www.lyft.com

I myself started driving recently and getting those $250 were like having about 12 dollars tips for each of the 20 rides I gave. We should use these promotions while we can.

You will probably want to advertise your own invite codes and referral numbers to make extra cash. Post your numbers on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UberLyftJoinCodes/

If you write an attractive text I will copy it to this website along with your referral and invite codes.

If you have any questions about ridesharing please ask. I will try to help when I know answers.

I also joined Lyft. It’s better to have 2 at the same time to get more ride requests.

 

 

My Referral code for the Lyft is   SHAHEEN533383.   https://www.lyft.com/drivers/SHAHEEN533383

 

 

Accept my invite and finish the Uber sign-up process to drive. Complete your sign-up at www.partners.uber.com/dashboard

 

 

In Some states  requirements vary between 20 and 25 rides.

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Join LYFT via this link. CLICK HERE

My LYFT referral code: SHAHEEN533383

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Feb 112015
 

Read a book, do chores, do homework, study, do yoga, meditate, concentrate, contact spirits, speak to God, use as a video background if you have big enough TV screen or do anything else while playing this video in the background.

Soothing sound of the waterfalls and views of ponds and trees of the Grotto park in Portland, Oregon will create a better environment for your daily routines.

Do you have a nice view from your apartment or house? Enjoy it naturally if you have. But if you find the view behind your window ordinary here is a better “window with a beautiful view”. Start the video. Enjoy.

My best wishes to my viewers.

Nov 242013
 



FROM AUTHOR: I saw this girl on the beach, and quietly began to shoot. Then she saw me, but said nothing. I watched her for 20 minutes, kept shooting. It was a special moment and I knew I will remember it for long. Things happen. And you can not explain. I hope she finds this video one day.

Эту девушку я увидел на пляже, и незаметно начал снимать. Потом она увидела меня, но ничего не сказала. Я наблюдал за ней 20 минут, снимал, это был особенный момент и я знал, что запомню его надолго. Вот бывает такое. А обьяснить не можешь. Надеюсь, до нее дойдет это видео.


 

Jul 052013
 

Sea backflows!

As waves travel from deep to shallow water, they will break near the shoreline. When waves break strongly in some locations and weakly in others, this can cause circulation cells which are seen as rip currents(backflow): narrow, fast-moving belts of water traveling offshore.

Why backflow is dangerous?

Rip currents are the leading surf hazard for all beachgoers. They are particularly dangerous for weak or non-swimmers. Rip current speeds are typically 1-2 feet per second. However, speeds as high as 8 feet per second have been measured–this is faster than an Olympic swimmer can sprint! Thus, rip currents can sweep even the strongest swimmer out to sea.

Over 100 drownings due to rip currents occur every year in the United States. More than 80% of water rescues on surf beaches are due to rip currents.
Rip currents can occur at any surf beach with breaking waves, including the Great Lakes.

How to recognize the backflow

look for any of these clues:

  • a channel of churning, choppy water
  • an area having a notable difference in water color
  • a line of foam, seaweed, or debris moving steadily seaward
  • a break in the incoming wave pattern

None, one, or more of the above clues may indicate the presence of rip currents (backflows). Rip currents are often not readily or easily identifiable to the average beachgoer. For your safety, be aware of this major surf zone hazard. Polarized sunglasses make it easier to see the rip current clues provided above.

 

 

sea-backflow

 

How to get out of the backflow:

Learn how to swim!

  • Never swim alone.
  • Be cautious at all times, especially when swimming at unguarded beaches. If in doubt, don’t go out!
  • Whenever possible, swim at a lifeguard protected beach.
  • Obey all instructions and orders from lifeguards.
  • If caught in a rip current, remain calm to conserve energy and think clearly.
  • Don’t fight the current. Swim out of the current in a direction following the shoreline. When out of the current, swim towards shore.
  • If you are unable to swim out of the rip current, float or calmly tread water. When out of the current, swim towards shore.
  • If you are still unable to reach shore, draw attention to yourself:  face the shore, wave your arms, and yell for help.
  • If you see someone in trouble, get help from a lifeguard. If a lifeguard is not available, have someone call 9-1-1 . Throw the rip current victim something that floats and yell instructions on how to escape. Remember, many people drown while trying to save someone else from a rip current.

sea-water-rip-current-escape-danger                                                           NOAA

Other safety tips include:

  • Use lifeguarded beaches during summer months. Scheduled hours of lifeguarded beaches may vary.
  • Non-swimmers should use Coast Guard-approved flotation vests, even while wading.
  • Do not swim in the ocean alone – take a buddy with you
  • Stay Sober – don’t swim while intoxicated. Alcohol can affect your judgment and your body temperature – impairing your ability to swim.
  • Don’t swim during rough seas. Broken necks and paralysis have resulted from swimmers being thrown into the ocean bottom headfirst.
  • The force of big waves crashing at the shore’s edge can pick you up and throw you into the sand. This may result in a dislocated shoulder or knee.
  • Due to dangerous currents, never swim in the inlets.
  • Do not swim at night or near fishing piers.
  • Children should swim only with adult supervision.
  • Know the various types of ocean currents and how to get out of them.
  • Watch the weather. Storms and squalls come up quickly.
  • Don’t swim during thunderstorms; lightening is extremely dangerous and does strike the beach.
  • Don’t wear shiny objects when swimming – these objects may attract sharks and other fish.
  • Watch for jellyfish. If stung, seek first aid if needed. Don’t rub sand on the stings. Spraying or pouring vinegar on the sting site often reduces the pain. If you don’t have vinegar, try ammonia or denatured alcohol.
  • Do not swim near surfers – surfboard fins can cut you.
Jan 282012
 

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Dracondas are small but horrible animals. They look like Dragons because of their wings that never fly. And Dracondas have long bodies, similar to a snake’s, but with legs of a lizard. Dracondas change their colors easily to match to the colors that surround them and hide themselves.

Mean Gods created Dracondas to keep humans away from places beautiful as Heaven, but plentiful here on Earth. There are many gates that lead to the places, but Gods order Dracondas to live near the gates. Any human that comes close to a gate will be attacked.

Dracondas usually eat small flies and bugs, but their favorite food is human thoughts. Voices of Dracondas are akin to distant and indistinguishable human words and pieces of sentences. When you are attacked you hear strange words and can not make sense of them. You try to give a meaning to the sound and think more and more, desperately.

Your thoughts feed the Dracondas, while you lose the purpose of your visit and your

goals. Lost and emptied, you wander away, missing your Heaven may be just by an inch.

Dracondas are small and stupid animals, but they make the humans- the Kings among animals, to live miserable lives, never able to see the Heaven.

By Shahin Hajigil