Hi can anyone tell me where i can buy a new magazine that's advertised on telly called the art of knitting,
I did a search and couldn't find a magazine by that name. I did find a book and a dvd by that name ( http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw/002... ) but no magazine. Could it not be on the shelf yet or maybe that's not the full title?
Disney world planning help?
For the three day pass I think you should do two days at Magic Kingdom and the other day it really depends on what your child likes. I remember that when I went to Disney my little brother, who was five at the moment, didn't really like Epcot, there were too many things for adults that he just didn't enjoy so I wouldn't suggest going to Epcot with your two year old. My cousin is going with her two year old to Magic Kingdom and also Animal Kingdom because he just LOVES animals and I'm pretty sure he's gonna be very excited to be on the Kilimajaro Safari Expedition, so if your two year old is one of those animal lovers I would definitely recommend going there. You said that your child loves cars and toy story so I would suggest staying at a value resort since it has cartoons about everywhere. When we went to Disney we stayed at the Disney's All Star Movie Resort and we loved it! It has about a three story high buzz lightyear and a woody too, it also has a section with Pongo and Perdita (101 Dalmatians), and another section with Herbie (the car). I would also say that Disney's Art of Animation is a good place to stay for you guys. It has very detailed sections of the movies: Cars, Finding Nemo, The Little Mermaid, and The Lion King. I would suggest checking those out on the Disney World website and see if you guys would like to stay on one of those. As for the dining package it all depends on what you want to have your child experience and what he could handle. When we went to Disney we got the dining plan where we had a table-service meal at the end of every night at some Disney restaurants where we got to meet characters and take pics with them as well. We also changed one of the dinner reservations so that instead of dining at night we went for breakfast at Animal Kingdom and it was very nice. That dining plan also includes one quick-service meal and one snack per person, per night. You also get a refillable mug! If you think that would be too much for your child then just go with the Quick-Service dining plan which includes two quick-service meals and a snack per person, per night and you also get a refillable mug. I hope you and your family have an amazing time there!
Is it illegal or unethical to advertise in this way?
I'm not sure if there is any law that specifically prohibits that, but I'm sure that the book stores would sue you for something. Its a good idea on the surface, but I suggest you talk to the store managers and ask if they would be willing to work some deal where they give out your business card with every book or magazine purchase related to weddings. I'm sure they'd charge you for the service.
Im trying to buy a used car... Is this a scam?
I am in a currently stationed at Nevada Army National Guard. We are getting ready for Afghanistan. We are in the final stage of our training and we are not allowed to use the phone during this period. This is supposed to keep us focused on our trainings. I am only allowed to check my email few times a day. I hope you can understand that we will have to stick to email for now. The vehicle is here with me at the base but I’ve already made all the arrangements with DAS to pick it up from the base. DAS will also handle the title transfer for an extra $75.00. Being in the army has some advantages and one of them is the fact that I can ship it very cheap. I will pay for the shipping charges, as I’ve said in my first email. I think I can have it there in 5 business days. I am a member of the eBay buyer protection program and using this service you will give a 5 days testing period after delivery. During that 5 days testing period I will not be getting any money. I need to know if you are interested in buying it so I can ask eBay to send you the details on how this works. I have to fill out a form on eBay and I need the name that will go on the title and an address where you want the car delivered. Once I do it, eBay will email you all the details on this transaction and we can get the ball rolling.