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If you are home bound continuously, then this opportunity might be just right for you. Many small businesses are merely one man operations, for example a plumber or electrician. It is impossible for them to handle telephone calls and perform their trade at the same time. You could set up a telephone answering service from your home for these type of customers. You can perform these functions for a couple of businesses at the same time. 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I am hoping that by wearing toe socks with these, I will still be able to enjoy them. I also have long toes so I will be trying them on first to make sure they fit right. I want the KSO style as they seem to have all the features that I require. UPDATE: I decieded on these, and I couldn't be happier. They are incredibly comfortable, and you just throw them in the wash to keep them clean and fresh smelling. They are a great conversation starter, too! I now own three, two KSOs and a Smartwool. They are still my favorite shoe after a summer using them. I can't live without them. Women Nike Free Run 3 Wolf Grey Green,The Heat captains have played together seven seasons, an NBA eternity. Only 15 current teammate duos have been together that long, according to STATS LLC, and of those, just eight Wade and Haslem included have won a championship. What could become their final quest for another begins Saturday in Boston, where the Heat will meet the Celtics in Game 1 of an Eastern Conference first round series. "Just as much as this is my team," Wade said, "it's his team, too." On the surface, they couldn't seem more different. And some would also say Wade and Haslem both of whom will be free agents this summer, and could wind up going separate ways are exactly the same. Wade is the polished one, nattily attired after games in crisp shirts and perfectly knotted ties. Haslem is the more casual guy, jeans and tank tops suiting him fine. Wade doesn't have tattoos, Haslem has more than anyone could count in one sitting. Wade is the superstar with endorsement deals that make him millions, Haslem's deal with Converse ended last fall and he kept wearing their shoes. They are the leaders, plain and simple. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra insists they've never been better in that role, either. "I've gotten less texts this year than ever," Haslem said. "I've used less profanity this year than ever. And still, this is my best year being a leader. I guess that's what you call getting older, more experienced. I'm finding different ways to motivate guys, to channel my energy and my emotions. Everybody's not motivated the same. I can't approach every player the same way." It starts there. Changing approaches has become second nature to Haslem. A starter for most of his first six seasons (the exception being two thirds of his rookie campaign), Haslem came off the bench in each of his 78 appearances this year, making room for Michael Beasley to become the first stringer at power forward. Haslem's numbers barely changed; he averaged 28 minutes, 9.9 points and 8.1 rebounds, all just about in line with his career stats entering the year. Haslem finished the season with 21 double doubles, the most by an NBA reserve. The last time a reserve had more in a season was a decade ago, when Jerome Williams had 22 for Detroit. And when the Heat finished the year with 18 wins in 22 games, Haslem was right there with Wade as the big reason why. "He was as steady as anyone," Spoelstra said. "It's so easy as a professional when you lose some games or you're not meeting perceived expectations, it's easy to quit or go the other way or point fingers or make it about anything but the game. . He understood the big picture and understood that we needed him and Dwyane to be rock solid and lead the way for us to turn it around." Much like Wade, Haslem plays hurt, plays sick, doesn't like talking about injuries and hardly ever complains. The best reminder of that was in the 2006 NBA finals. Game 6 in Dallas, the night where the Heat won the title, Haslem came through with 17 points and 10 rebounds despite having his left shoulder tightly bandaged, an injury so serious he likely wouldn't have played if a championship hadn't been at stake. Wade absolutely stole the show in that series, putting up a dazzling display of offense and earning the NBA finals MVP. Ask him, though, and he'll be the first to say the Heat wouldn't have won that ring without Haslem. "He's old reliable," Wade said. There's something else, largely unspoken, that links Wade and Haslem as well. Off the court life has not been easy for either player. Wade is wrapped up in a nasty divorce that has gone on for about three years, plus other lawsuits from failed business deals that could wind up costing him millions. Haslem stays largely tightlipped about his personal life, although he's been to more funerals for friends many of them victims of violence than he'd like to count, and his mother has been in failing health. The hardships give Haslem strength, and Wade, who often speaks of how the court is his sanctuary from life's real problems, can attest that to be true. "If I would have folded because my role changed or if I would have folded because of my situation with my mom, I don't think that helps my mom, I don't think that helps me, I don't think that helps my team," Haslem said. "So the best thing to do is persevere like things like that. That's what it's always been about with me." He'll have options this summer. The Heat would love to keep him, but salary cap restrictions could dictate Haslem goes elsewhere. After seven years, this postseason maybe just maybe will be the end for Miami's dynamic duo. Wade and Haslem don't talk about that. For now, it's all about the playoffs, about Boston, about winning a postseason series for the first time since that night in Dallas nearly four years ago. Haslem, Wade key to Miami Heat playoff runThe Associated PressMiami Heat's Dwyane Wade drives to the basket past New York Knicks' Danilo Gallinari, left, during the second half of an NBA basketball game in.
Cheap Size 6 Women Nike Free Run 3 Wolf Grey Green,Nike Free 3.0 Light Bone Reflective Silver Iguana Green Men Designed to reduce the cumulative damage of ultra running, One Ones offer (Roy M. But with the recent emphasis on form and injury prevention, trail running, ultra running and barefoot running, shoe choices have exploded. The alternatives seem endless: minimal shoes, maximum shoes, super cushioned shoes, no cushion shoes. Here's a sampler of some standout designs for different categories of runners. Hoka One One Bondi B: Designed to reduce the cumulative damage of ultra running, One Ones offer a lineup rarely, if ever, seen in a running shoe: an oversized, 2 inch thick pile of cushioning, a relatively flat rise from heel and forefoot (40 millimeters, one third that of normal running shoes), lightweight (10.5 ounces in size 9) and no medial posts, high density foams or other stability devices. Likes: It's like running on a cloud extremely comfortable and shock absorbing. Although I normally run barefooted or in minimalist shoes, I found that these were conducive to a soft forefoot landing and fairly stable (probably due to the extra wide bottoms). The plush cushioning is particularly effective in reducing impact on long descents, which are staples of ultra running races. Dislikes: Expensive; questionable durability due to the typical breakdown of foam cushioning and lack of hard rubber on the sole; and inherent imbalance. Though its thick cushioning theoretically cuts injuries by greatly reducing shock, it also reduces road feedback and balance, increasing the potential for long term joint strain. The wave plates absorb shock as advertised, and the lack of foam to break down portends a long life for the shoe. The wide toe box is very comfortable. The fairly low front end provides decent ground feel when compared with the Hoka One One. Dislikes: High cost and weight 13 ounces in size 9. After September, it comes with a free hole puncher. Likes: An almost barefoot feel, but with some protection. The 4 mm thick sole (about 5/32 inch thick, including lugs) of soft, pliable rubber provides barefoot like balance, letting you feel every contour in the road or trail but without the momentary stabbing pain of a sharp pebble. It's so light 4.3 ounces in size 9 (compared with about 6.5 ounces for a Vibram Sprint) that you hardly feel it. The slightly cupped, curved up toe and heel zones keep feet from catching on the ground; the soles can be custom trimmed with scissors. I ran a 5K in them and appreciated the extra protection (and speed) over the course's rougher sections. Dislikes: Requires you to measure the length of your foot, punch your own big toe hole and tie your own laces a potential challenge for some. Misplacing the do it yourself hole punch could mean a waste of money. The company will send you a customized pair for an extra $15. The original alternative Nike Free Run +2: A barely changed version of a transition to barefooting shoe that was first created in 2004 to mimic the injury fighting benefits of barefoot running. To encourage a soft forefoot landing and tactile ground feel, it features a low profile (3/8 inch at the ball of the foot and an inch off the ground in the heel) and a soft, flexible foam midsole/sole segmented by deep cuts. Likes: Better than average ground feel and comfort. That's due to the low forefoot positioning; a stunning flexibility that allows the shoe to be rolled up like a pill bug; a reinforced, sock like upper; and an asymmetrical lacing system that's said to reduce pressure over the top ridge of the foot. Solid rubber sole patches under the big toe and heel keep the sole from wearing out too fast. Women Nike Free Run 3 Wolf Grey Green American League shortstop Derek Jeter, of the New York Yankees, waves as he is taken out of the game in the top of the fourth inning of the MLB All Star baseball game, Tuesday, July 15, 2014, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Derek Jeter soaked in the adulation from fans and players during one more night on baseball national stage, set the tone for the American League with a pregame speech and delivered two final All Star hits. Mike Trout, perhaps the top candidate to succeed the 40 year old Yankees captain as the face of the game, seemed ready to assume the role with a tiebreaking triple and later a go ahead double that earned him MVP honors. On a summer evening filled with reminders of generational change, the AL kept up nearly two decades of dominance by beating the National League 5 3 in the All Star game Tuesday for its 13th win in 17 years. Miguel Cabrera homered to help give the AL champion home field advantage for the World Series. No matter what else happened, it seemed destined to be another special event for Jeter. He received a 63 second standing ovation when he walked to the plate leading off the bottom of the first, another rousing cheer when he led off the third and about two minutes of applause after AL manager John Farrell sent Alexei Ramirez to shortstop to replace him at the start of the fourth. As Frank Sinatra recording of York, New York boomed over the Target Field speakers and his parents watched from the stands, Jeter repeatedly waved to the crowd, exchanged handshakes and hugs in the AL dugout and then came back onto the field for a curtain call. While not as flashy as Mariano Rivera All Star farewell at Citi Field last year, when all the other players left the great reliever alone on the field for an eighth inning solo bow, Jeter also tried not to make a fuss. A 14 time All Star who was MVP of the 2000 game in Atlanta, he announced in February this will be his final season. His hits left him with a .481 All Star average (13 for 27), just behind Charlie Gehringer .500 record (10 for 20) for players with 20 or more at bats. While the Yankees are .500 at the break and in danger of missing the postseason in consecutive years for the first time in two decades, Jeter and the Angels Trout gave a boost to whichever AL team reaches the World Series. The AL improved to 9 3 since the All Star game started deciding which league gets Series home field advantage; 23 of the last 28 titles were won by teams scheduled to host four of a possible seven games. Detroit Max Scherzer, in line to be the most prized free agent pitcher after the season, pitched a scoreless fifth for the victory, and Glen Perkins got the save in his home ballpark. Pat Neshek, a hometown favorite whose brother works on the Target Field grounds crew, took the loss. The AL won for the first time in three tries in Minnesota; it lost 6 5 at Metropolitan Stadium in 1965 and 6 1 at the normally homer friendly Metrodome, where not one longball was hit under its Teflon roof in 1985. Target Field, a $545 million, limestone encased jewel that opened in 2010, produced an All Star cycle just eight batters in, with hitters showing off flashy neon bright spikes and fielders wearing All Star caps with special designs for the first time. With the late sunset the sky didn darken until the fifth inning, well after 9 o there was bright sunshine when Jeter was cheered before his first at bat. He was introduced by a recording of late Yankees public address announcer Bob Sheppard deep monotone: batting for the American League, from the New York Yankees, the shortstop, number two, Derek Jeter. Number two. St. Louis pitcher Adam Wainwright left his glove on the mound and backed up toward second, clapping along with the crowd of 41,048. When Jeter finally stepped into the batter box, he took a ball and lined a 90 mph cutter down the right field line for a double. was going to give him a couple pipe shots just to he deserved it, Wainwright said. thought he was going to hit something hard to the right side for a single or an out. I probably should have pitched him a little bit better. appreciated the move, saying him to do that meant a lot to me. Wainwright unorthodox decision was endorsed by Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw. knew he was going to do the right thing, Kershaw said. a class act. the 22 year old Los Angeles outfielder who finished second to Cabrera in AL MVP voting in each of the last two seasons, followed Jeter in the first by tripling off the right field wall. After Robinson Cano struck out, Cabrera lined a sinker over the left field wall for a 3 0 lead just the fourth home run in the last six All Star games. Jeter then hit a soft single into right off Alfredo Simon leading off the third but was stranded. The NL, which still holds a 43 40 2 advantage in the series, came back on consecutive RBI doubles by Chase Utley and Jonathan Lucroy off Jon Lester that made it 3 2. Lucroy run scoring double against Chris Sale tied the score in the fourth. The AL went ahead for good in the fifth against Neshek, the St. Louis reliever who grew up in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Park and started his career with the Twins. Josh Donaldson and Derek Norris hit one out singles, and Trout hit an RBI double down the third base line that was ruled fair by umpire Scott Barry. Because the ball landed in front of the umpire it was real close to the line it was not reviewable under baseball new replay rules by Jerry Layne, the umpire monitoring on video at the Replay Operations Center in New York. Jose Altuve followed with a sacrifice fly off Tyler Clippard that made it 5 3. NOTES: Next year All Star game is in Cincinnati. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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