Bonnie Baby Large Dots Birthday Dress with Headband, 18 Months

Bonnie Baby Large Dots Birthday Dress with Headband, 18 Months

Bonnie Baby Large Dots Birthday Dress with Headband, 18 Months

  • Dress and headband: 100% cotton, lining: 65% polyester/35% cotton, netting: 100% nylon, exclusive of trim
  • Machine wash inside out in cold water, gentle cycle with like colors, do not bleach, tumble dry low, remove promptly, iron on reverse side at lowest setting as needed
  • Netting under skirt
  • Matching headband

A fabulous birthday dress for your little girl by Bonnie Jean. Multi colored large polka dot waistline dress with striped sash and balloons with the words “Birthday Girl” embroidered on them. Matching head wrap. Please note: The balloons come with the “Birthday Girl” pre-embroidered, you do not need to add embroidery to have this feature included. The words “Birthday Girl” cannot be removed If you wish to personalize this dress, the name will be embroidered across the chest.

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Pearl Izumi Men's Elite Amfib Tight, Black/ Black, Large

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Jackie Treehorns (The House on the Rock)
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A trip through the trippiest place I know
When I was a kid, my parents had a friend, Bob, who was one of those characters that seems straight out of a Jean Shepard story. In the golden hindsight of memory’s sieve, it’s hard to to draw the line between reality, the rosy blur of childhood memory and dream. One thing I clearly remember, however, was that Bob had a deep interest in the strange, especially in the space where oddball, creepy and craft intersect. Therefore, once-upon-a-time, we drove with Bob and the whole family out to south-western Wisconsin to visit a place called The House on the Rock. As an craftsman, Bob knew something of the sculptures and the lore surrounding this road-side oddity. We didn’t know what to expect.
What I can remember was a long hallway suspended above the pines, swaying gently in the breeze, a series of gaudy rooms with outlandish decorations and automated music machines that played out-of-tune music when plied with a token. I also remember the tour of The House was extremely trying as the tour went on forever. By the time we reached the end of a long hallway and an enormous indoor carousel, walking to the steady pounding of a timpani drum, we had had enough and looked for a way out. All we could find was a fire exit and decided, rather than seeing just how deep the rabbit hole goes, we should crash out. Since then, the House on the Rock became a fixture of the familial lore. It became a symbol for the creepy, the strange and the never-ending. If memory serves, it was most aptly compared with a flu-dream – that is, one of those fitful, aberrantly creepy and thoroughly surreal nightmares one has when running a high fever. When we woke left, it was hard to be sure what fitful visions were real and what were twisted by our imaginations into something more sinister. The mere mention of The House on the Rock became something of an inside joke and reference point. When we found ourselves in a strange place or lost in some over-long detour, a House on the Rock comparison wasn’t long in coming.
So, when after a wedding some months past, my wife and I found ourselves with some good friends and without a plan for the day – we decided to take advantage of the opportunity and visit the House on the Rock. One of our companions had been just a few years back and we were prepared for the full three tours. The folks at the front didn’t mind my bringing a tripod through (although one bored manager near the end seemed to have a problem – luckily this place is such a dark labyrinth that those problems were quickly left behind) and I will not bring to you over the course of three posts about thirty-odd photographs from within the musky corners of this oddity.
The "house," comprises the first tour. A tour of the entire museum is split into three parts and it takes over three hours to complete. I will share the photographs I took in three parts as well, roughly split along the same lines as the tour. As you walk through the place, you find yourself making a slow decent from the gaudy, semi-organized spaces of the house into progressive disorganization, disorientation and creepshow. For me, the experience reaches its apogee at the end of the second tour – in a room billed as having the world’s largest carousel. At this point, however, only the second tour is ending; after all, it wouldn’t be the House on the Rock if it didn’t go on too long. Should you need any further testimony to the other-worldly quality of this museum, in doing a little background checking and research for this post, I discovered that the House on the Rock serves as the portal into the minds of the gods in a novel called American Gods.
The house, (which the long exposures of these images gives the appearance of being well-lit, don’t be fooled) initially gives the impression of careful design and imagination but eventually yields to the chaos that awaits. "The Infinity Room" (above) is one of the very first rooms in the house and presents the last true glimpse of daylight the visitor gets for the next several hours. The small little spaces one might expect to find in Jackie Treehorn’s Malibu penthouse from the Coen brothers’ Big Lebowski end about the time the strange collections of artifacts begin. A few suits of armor facing the stadium seating of a claustrophobic amphitheater mirror the contents of a room near the end of tour three where a vast collection of armors from numerous time periods wage war near a fiberglass elephant. Just out of the house and into the second tour and a "Streets of Yesterday" exhibit begins. Miniaturized versions of small town Americana and non-functional, creepy fortuneteller booths foreshadow the bulk the second tour, or what I would call "The Dark Carnival," after Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes.

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This wedding(s) we are planning is slowly starting to take the tall on us. We had a small panic attack in the car the other day followed by a stupid argument. The dollar sums scare the hell out of us and we don’t think it’s worth the trouble going through that nightmare. Our wedding is in January, which is then followed by an even bigger party for all her family in Jakarta. Beat that!

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Spenditol – America’s Best Choice (July 20, 2011) …item 4.. Two Tallahassee Builders Dodge Jail Time in Described ‘Ponzi Scheme’ (June 28, 2012) …item 5.. Revealed: Average credit-card user in U.S. owes ,000 (19 November 2012) …
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Jake Myddleton and John Philip each faced 100 years in prison for cheating at least four customers out of thousands of dollars.
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The “Spenditol” ad is a parody of a typical pharmaceutical commercial. It presents “Spenditol” as a new miracle drug invented by Washington to solve all our nation’s problems…but as the ad’s disclaimers reveal…the drug has some dangerous side effects including a mountain of debt and higher prices for all Americans. While “Spenditol” makes you feel better now, it “pushes all that bad stuff ‘till later.”
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New TV ad attacks Washington’s ‘Spenditol’ ways

Uncategorized — posted by bshaw on July, 20 2011 4:31 PM

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Great ready for another ad by another outside group condemning Washington’s budget mess. The Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee has announced plans to spend .2 million in Florida and three other states as congressional negotiations over the debt ceiling reach a crescendo.

Here’s how the group describes the ad: The “Spenditol” ad is a parody of a typical pharmaceutical commercial. It presents “Spenditol” as a new miracle drug invented by Washington to solve all our nation’s problems…but as the ad’s disclaimers reveal…the drug has some dangerous side effects including a mountain of debt and higher prices for all Americans. While “Spenditol” makes you feel better now, it “pushes all that bad stuff ‘till later.”

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This video is brought to you by Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee (CWALAC). Find out more at Spenditol.com.

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Presenting news and commentary relevant to traditional values, conservative principles, and issues related to Americans making the best choice! In addition issues of interest to all Americans, we include stories related to Florida.

July 22, 2011

Spenditol Florida Ad Addresses Sen Bill Nelson

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Two Tallahassee Builders Dodge Jail Time in Described ‘Ponzi Scheme’

Posted: Wed 2:06 PM, Jun 27, 2012 … Reporter: Eyewitness News, Julie Montanaro Email
Updated: Thu 8:08 AM, Jun 28, 2012

Two Tallahassee Builders Dodge Jail Time in Described ‘Ponzi Scheme’

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Two Tallahassee builders known for their work on an Extreme Makeover: Home Edition dodge jail time. They faced a judge today to enter pleas and and sentencing.

Jake Myddleton and John Philip each faced 100 years in prison for cheating at least four customers out of thousands of dollars.

They would take money from one customer, promise the work, then use that money to instead catch up on their bills. In at least four instances the subcontractors they hired were not fully paid for their work. To get that money, the subcontractors put liens on the homes leaving homeowners out the money they already paid to Parker and Myddleton. They were arrested last year and charged with grand theft and misappropriations of funds. On Wednesday they faced a judge.

"I do want to apologize, I’m sorry, I am very sorry," said Myddleton.

"We put a lot of trust in people including ourselves and I feel terrible we did not pull through," said Philip.

In the end they may have faced a century behind bars but they were given three years probation and 360 hours of community service. They were also ordered to pay more than 2,000 in restitution which they did with cashiers checks in court. They told the court that they were able to secure that money by borrowing from 17 friends and family members.

The judge also ordered Parker and Myddleton to write apology letters to the four customers.

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Updated 2:15pm by Julie Montanaro

Jake Myddelton has entered a no contest plea to eight felony counts. He faces a maximum sentence of 100 years.

John Philip Parker has entered a no contest plea to eight felony counts. He too faces a maximum of 100 years in prison.

The sentencing phase is now underway. At this time the defense is calling on witnesses to testify to the characters of Parker and Myddleton.

So far people are saying the two are good men and have served in positive ways to the Tallahassee community. One man mentioned the work the two did on the home for Extreme Makeover Home Edition.

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Updated 6.27.2012 1:30pm by Julie Montanaro

Two Tallahassee builders accused of grand theft and misappropriation of construction funds entered a plea in court this afternoon.

Jake Myddelton and John Philip Parker are best known for spearheading an Extreme Home Makeover for a Tallahassee family who adopted several special needs children.

Parker and Myddelton have entered pleas to grand theft and misappropriation of construction funds. They have brought cashiers checks to court to pay restitution to four families in the amount of 2,506.

Jake Myddelton entered a ‘no contest’ plea in court.

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UPDATED 7.22.2011 by Julie Montanaro

The arrest of builders Jake Myddelton and John Parker earlier this week is still the talk of construction sites all over town.

Smith Roofing is a small family business. It’s on a list of subcontractors who detectives say were never paid by Myddelton Parker Builders. Owner Troy Smith says he has no hard feelings but at the time, he needed that 15-grand and tried repeatedly to get it.

"Got the roof on, sent a bill in for putting the roof on, didn’t hear anything, didn’t get a check and a month later or so I found out they were in some big financial trouble," Smith said.

This week, detectives arrested Jake Myddelton and John Parker for embezzlement and grand theft. They say the builders mishandled construction funds, failed to pay sub-contractors and 154-thousand dollars is still missing.

Arrest papers show that 11 subcontractors wound up placing 14 different liens against four homeowners to try to recover their costs.

The liens range from 900 dollars and change up to more than 20-thousand dollars. According to arrest papers, some of the businesses including Jenkins Brick, Sellers Tile and Robert Hutton Inc. got burned twice.

"They paid some bills and others went unpaid. That’s what happens in bankruptcy," said bankruptcy attorney Allen Turnage.

Turnage filed bankruptcies for Myddelton and Parker last November. He says the builders did everything they could to try to make things right before doing that.

"The prosecutors get the first swing and the debtors will get the last swing. The money that is "missing" will be accounted for. I am 100% confident that Mr. Parker and Mr. Myddelton will be exonerated," Turnage said.

We have not yet been able to connect with any of the homeowners involved in this case.

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UPDATED 7.21.2011 by Julie Montanaro

Troy Smith with Smith Roofing says he was surprised to hear about the arrests of builders John Parker and Jake Myddelton.

He was one of the subcontractors who was not paid for his work on one of the houses Myddelton Parker was building.

Smith says he ultimately placed a lien on the house to try to recover more than ,000 for his work. He says he has since cancelled that lien and settled with the homeowner for partial payment.

Smith says it put him in a big bind when Myddelton Parker did not pay its bills, but he says they are not bad people. "They were just trying their best to stay afloat," he said.

Smith says things happen and he is not bitter, but he says "Myddelton and Parker owe a lot of people a lot of money" and some of them are very angry with good reason, he said.

Kitch-Encounters was another subcontractor that was not paid for its work on one of the Myddelton Parker homes. Arrest papers show it placed a lien on the home for 10.

Business Manager Martha Fenner says Kitch-Encounters "repeatedly requested payment from Myddelton Parker and even offered to compromise with the contractor," but never got paid.

"We did everything we were legally required and entitled to do," Fenner said. She called the lien a "last resort remedy."

As for the arrests of Parker and Myddelton, Fenner said, "the case is not yet settled and the legal system needs a chance to work."

Bankruptcy attorney Allen Turnage says he was surprised to see Myddelton and Parker arrested. "But every time you lose money it is not a crime," he said.

Turnage filed personal bankruptcy petitions for Myddelton and Parker in November 2010 and the company was dissolved.

"They were trying to finish up those jobs and at the end came up short of money," he said.

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UPDATED 7.20.2011 by Julie Montanaro

Court records show that both men have already posted bond and been released.

Court records show Myddelton was booked and released from the Leon County Jail in six minutes. His bond was set at ,000.

Court records do not indicate which attorneys are representing the men in this criminal case.
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[UPDATE] Tallahassee, Florida – July 20, 2011 – 2pm

LCSO Release:

In December of 2010, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office received information that Myddelton Parker Builders had embezzled funds from construction loans and then failed to pay sub-contractors for work on several homes under construction.

Financial Crimes Detectives have discovered that Jake Myddelton and John Parker made several construction loan draw requests during the course of building at least four different homes in Leon County between November 2009 and August 2010. After receiving the funds, Myddelton and Parker then failed to pay sub-contractors for the construction work that had already been provided.

At least fourteen different instances were located which involved sub-contractors placing liens on the four properties under construction in an attempt to recover the costs of the services and construction already provided. Combined, the four sets of victims (those who obtained the construction loans) have acquired a minimum loss of 4,401.76.

Arrest warrants were obtained for both Myddelton and Parker on July 11, 2011. On July 19, 2011, Parker was arrested in Greenville, South Carolina. Myddelton turned himself in at the Leon County Jail on July 20, 2011.

ARRESTED
Jake M. Myddelton
DOB: 11-04-1971
Charges: Embezzlement/Misapplication of Construction Funds (four counts), Grand Theft over0,000.00

John P. Parker
DOB: 05-12-1972
Charges: Embezzlement/Misapplication of Construction Funds (four counts), Grand Theft over0,000.00

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Tallahassee, Florida – July 20, 2011

Tallahassee builders are facing multiple felony charges.

John Parker and Jake Myddelton of Myddelton Parker Builders are each facing four felony counts for misappropriating construction funds from at least three client accounts.

They’re also facing a charge of grand theft of more than 100 thousand dollars.

Middleton turned himself into the Leon County jail this morning.
Parker turned himself in in Greenville South Carolina.

We’ll have more tonight on Eyewitness News.
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Revealed: Average credit-card user in U.S. owes ,000 as consumers continue to rack up debts despite sluggish economy

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 01:09 EST, 19 November 2012 | UPDATED: 01:09 EST, 19 November 2012

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2235074/Average-credit-c…

The economy may still be in dire straits, but tough times have apparently not stopped consumers from spending big and living beyond their means.

Americans cranked up their use of credit cards in the third quarter of this year, racking up more debt than a year ago while also being less diligent about making payment on time.

The average credit card debt per borrower in the U.S. grew 4.9 per cent in the July-to-September period from a year earlier to ,996, credit reporting agency TransUnion said today.
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Debt: The average credit card user now owes around ,000

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At the same time, the rate of credit card payments at least 90 days overdue hit 0.75 per cent, up from 0.71 per cent in the third quarter of last year, the firm added.

During the last recession, many Americans reined in spending in favour of paying off debt, particularly credit card balances. The housing downturn also prompted many homeowners to make paying their credit card accounts on time a priority at the expense of other financial obligations, such as their mortgage payments.

And there are no indications that trend has changed, even with the slight uptick in the late payment rate, said Ezra Becker, vice president at TransUnion’s financial services business unit.

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… ‘We definitely see consumers being more conservative in their spending and making every effort to pay down the balances and maintain the health of those card relationships,’ he said.

Americans are also carrying higher card balances, though the third-quarter increase could be due to seasonal factors.

Cardholders tend to use their cards during the holidays at the end of the year and then pay down their balances in the spring. Similarly, many consumers will spend more in the summer and early fall on summer vacations and back-to-school shopping, Mr Becker noted.
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Cash: The economic downturn has apparently not slowed spending

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The pickup in credit card use also may reflect improved confidence in the economy on the part of consumers.

Consumer confidence increased steadily between July and September, as hiring improved, particularly in August and September. Employers added 171,000 jobs in October.

Another likely contributor to the rise in card balances is that banks have been issuing more cards to borrowers, including those with less-than-sterling credit.

The data show that the number of new cards issued by banks rose 3.1 per cent in the second quarter from a year earlier, with more than a quarter of the cards going to consumers with a nonprime credit score, according to the VantageScore credit scale.

A nonprime score is anything below a 700 on the scale, which ranges from 990 to 501. The lower the score, the more of a credit risk a borrower represents to banks.

All told, 29.6 percent of the cards issued by lenders in the third quarter went to nonprime borrowers.
‘Lenders are absolutely issuing more credit in the nonprime space,’ Mr Becker said. ‘The size of the pie is bigger and nonprime consumers are getting a larger share of that pie.’

Banks have become more open to issuing credit cards to higher-risk borrowers due to tight competition for top-rated consumers, many of whom are not signing up for additional credit. That leaves the crop of borrowers with some blemishes in their credit history.

Even so, TransUnion forecasts that severe delinquency rates on cards will remain near current low levels in the fourth quarter.
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