The surfing industry was hit broadside by the news that Clark Foam was shutting its doors after 40 years in the business. Gordon “Grubby” Clark, founder of Clark Foam notified customers by fax on Monday 5th December 2005 that it would cease production citing that local, federal and state authorities were cracking down on his plant’s use of TDI, (Toluene di-isocynate) a chemical listed as being cancer causing in the state of California. Continue reading Surfboard Industry Hit by 9.0 Quake!
A local bicycle manufacturer from Lake Forest California has teamed up with the Huntington Beach Conference and Visitors Bureau to build a beach cruiser that will help promote Huntington Beach as a overnight destination. This cool bicycle features a wooden chain guard and deep blue paint work. Continue reading Beach Cruiser goes Global!!
Good news Tuesday, November 29th 2005 for everyone who wants to purchase a home in 2006, the federal mortgage officials have announced the biggest increase in 26 years to the “conforming loan.” A staggering raise of $57,350, bringing it upto $417,000. Continue reading Homeowners Christmas Gift!
The free annual credit report from the three major credit reporting agencies celebrates its first birthday this December and it has managed to survive despite its first year growing pains. When the federal law took effect last December millions of consumers converged to the website, telephoned or asked by mail for a copy of their credit reports. Continue reading Holiday Credit Check
It’s the same old story whenever a new gamers console breaks on to the market. There are never going to be enough to quench the thirst for the hungry hoard. Microsoft’s new Xbox 360 went on sale at midnight on Tuesday 22nd November and with 4500 stores opening at precisely midnight throughout the nation it will set the trend for further launches in Europe and Japan. Continue reading Of Course It’s Sold Out!!!
An article in The Orange County Register Commentary section took my eye on Sunday 13th November. It was regarding, when should you “terminate” the life of your beloved pet of say, ten to fifteen years. Continue reading When is there a “Good Time”