Bill Cosby no longer Ugly Christmas Sweater Godfather


The ugly Christmas Sweater phenomenon has grown immensely over the last few years.  Once a cottage industry that amounted to little more than a few people visiting their local charity clothing store to find a vintage sweater, the ugly Christmas sweater phenomenon is a growing industry fueled by ugly sweater parties, contests and other gatherings (and even an Ugly Christmas Sweater Day).

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Car Stuff: Information on Car Parts and Accessories

Car stuff is the all the rage these days. Everything from car seats to car stereos has become a fashion statement. The latest trend in car accessories is the car key holder and the car stuff accessories that go with it. Whether you are looking for the latest in car stereo equipment or want to make your car look cool and hip, there are a lot of accessories to choose from. If you are thinking of buying car stuff, be sure to do the proper research first.

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What is Digital Marketing?

Digital marketing is the use of the internet to reach consumers it can be online based digital technologies such as desktop computers, mobile phones and other digital media and platforms to promote products and services.

Digital marketing is a wide field, which can include attracting customers through email, content marketing, search platforms, social media, and more.
With the internet literally at our hands this marketing technique is the sure fire way to get your business rolling.
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What is the difference between a forest and a jungle?

There are many ways to describe the difference between these two habitats but, let’s take a look of some the definitions and characteristics that sets them apart.

A forest has lots of tall trees and can usually be walked through by humans. A Jungle is literally a tangled or overgrown mass of vegetation over a large area of land. Normally a jungle has a tropical or humid climate and many plants on the ground between trees and larger plants.

Components of a Forest:

The components of the forest can be broadly divided into two categories: biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living). The living components include trees, shrubs, vines, grasses and other herbaceous (non-woody) plants, mosses, algae, fungi, insects, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and microorganisms living on the plants and animals and in the soil. The abiotic (non-living) factors include soil, minerals, rocks and water. But abiotic factors can be intangible, such as temperature, other types of radiation and the chemistry of soil and water. Read more

Burglars Sue Security Alarm Companies for Lost Earnings

Several security alarm companies are named defendants in a class-action lawsuit representing thousands of out-of-work burglars and home invaders. The lawsuit claims that these alarm companies have made it impossible for many burglars to properly do their jobs, forcing them to look for work in other industries. Those who’ve stayed in the industry have cited increased work-related stress.

The lawsuit claimed damages of several types, with some burglars claiming PTSD just from seeing security alarm logos. Read more

CDC Facemask Recommendations

CDC recommends that people wear fabric face coverings in public preferences and when about people who do not live in your household, particularly when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.  Cloth face coverings may assist in preventing people who’ve COVID-19 from spreading the virus to other people.

Cloth face coverings are likely to reduce the spread of COVID-19 when they are widely used by people in public settings. Cloth face coverings should NOT be worn by children under the age of 2 or anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise not able to remove the mask without assistance.

Ugly Christmas Sweaters don’t sell well during Summer

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In response to the Ugly Christmas Sweater phenomenon, companies have emerged to try and cash in on the phenomenon.  Once the realm of hipsters, old people with no fashion sense, and children forced to wear the ugly sweater grandma or grandpa bought them, the ugly Christmas sweater phenomenon has become a staple in holiday fashion.

A few companies decided to try and make a year-round go of the phenomenon and all have failed.  In a recent interview Jason Bruntsworth from Bruntsworth Retailer Inc (which recently filed for Chapter 11) tells us:

We figured since they was selling so well in Christmas we could sell em year round.  For example, we looked at the numbers some companies were doing in December and figured we could do 12 times that amount by selling Ugly Christmas Sweaters all year round.  So we opened a store in April.  Since then we’ve sold maybe 4 sweaters.  I don’t understand!  I think maybe we must be in another recession or something.

Other “summer sweater” companies reported similarly dismal results.

Nike Enters the Muslim Swimsuit Industry

In a sea of extremely popular plus size clothing, the selection of modest coverage swimwear is more limited than it once was. The swimwear industry has been more focused on creating plus size outfits for the average woman. Now that women are going in for larger sizes, the fashion industry has finally realized the need to cater to the smaller women. Modest coverage swimwear is not something that can be left out if you are a woman that wants to wear a swimsuit during summer. What it does not do for you is the thought that modest coverage swimwear comes with a strict size specification. However, since this is a small number of clothes available today, there is no way that you will find anything too restricted. Read more