Watch Amusing Video of Two Cats Trying to Pass Each Other Atop a Narrow Doorframe

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreMost people have become familiar with the cat mantra, “If it fits, I sits.” But what about trying to fit on top of a narrow doorframe?Well, that’s exactly what these two Siamese cats were caught doing in the most recent feline video to charm the internet.LOOK: When Goats Get Themselves Stuck on Narrow Ledge of Bridge, Humans Come to Their RescueBoth of the acro-cats can be seen facing each other on top of a thin ledge in a woman’s household. As they both try and bypass each other in order to get to the other side of the frame, they can be seen jostling uncomfortably in the middle of their balancing act.Though some animals may have called it quits, the two felines eventually find a way to slip past each other in a sufficiently elegant – albeit amusing – fashion.As the video’s description so wisely states, “cats always find a way.”(WATCH the video below)Click To Share The Pawesome Clip With Your FriendsAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more

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The handblown Vermont Cocktail/Whiskey Glass has arrived on the market

first_imgAO Glass,Vermont Business Magazine AO Glass operates on 416 Pine Street in the heart of Burlington, Vermont and has been in business since 2007. The glass team is now back in the studio, following all the recommended safety precautions.After a pause in time created by the COVID-19 Virus, the creative, skilled, and seasoned, team at AO Glass is presenting a whole new in-house collection. First out in the Vermont Strong Collection of 2020 is the Cocktail/Whiskey Glass.Rich Arentzen, Co-Owner of AO Glass, “As a company, we have resources to create functional objects that reflect a sense of our community as we reenvision how we interact with our environments and each other”. “If you can’t visit Vermont this summer, you could at least sip some drinks out of this glass as you plan your next trip.”Tove Ohlander, Co-Owner of AO Glass, “With the direct sales to customers online, it gives us an opportunity to keep our prices low. These handblown glasses are landing at $45-50 and that is important during times when people want to buy gifts but can’t spend a fortune. Another feature that’s unique for AO Glass is that we offer hand engraved custom names or quotes on our products, and customers really appreciate to add that kind of value to a gift.”The original handblown AO-VERMONT cocktail/whiskey glass is a versatile go-to glass to have around the home that you can be proud to own or to give as a gift. These are perfect for savoring some of your favorite liquids, whether you’re in the Green Mountain State or far from home. Pair these with a bottle of spirits from one of our fantastic Vermont-based distilleries. And share the warmth.Next one up in the VT series is a bowl followed by a decanter. Sign up to the AO newsletter to follow the progress of the ancient art of glassblowing at a handmade-in-America creative hub.AO Glass is a leading producer of Hand Blown Glass in North America, supplying iconic lighting companies with high-quality glass components including Hubbardton Forge and Allied Maker among many others. Last year AO Glass collaborated with Whistle Pig in to produce the collectible bottle stopper for their 18-year-old Rye.Find the Vermont Strong Glass at www.aoglass.com(link is external). For inquiries email [email protected](link sends e-mail) or call 802.488.4455. We ship all over the country.AO Glass is located at 416 Pine St. in Burlington, VT. Open for appointment only and requires all visitors to wear a mask.”Source: May 27.2020. Burlington VT. AO Glass. Photo by Brian MacDonald.last_img read more

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DoD proposes MLA’s 36% cap for more products

first_imgThe Department of Defense has issued a proposal that would expand the credit products which are covered by the Military Lending Act’s 36-percent rate cap.“NAFCU strongly supports consumer protections and notes that credit unions are already subject to a cap on interest rates,” said NAFCU Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and General Counsel Carrie Hunt. “We will work to ensure that there are no unintended consequences with the changes proposed to the definition of consumer credit.”As of now, MLA protections extend to closed-end payday loans for no more than $2,000 and with a term of 91 days or fewer, closed-end auto title loans with a term of 181 days or fewer, and closed-end tax refund anticipation loans. The proposal would amend the definition of “consumer credit” to more closely match the definition under the Truth in Lending Act, covering more credit products.However, the protections would still not cover residential mortgages and credit extended for secured personal property purchases and vehicle purchase loans secured by an interest in the vehicle. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Ghanaian trio set for Liverpool trial

first_imgThree Ghanaian youngsters are reported to have been offered a trial stint with English side, Liverpool.Bright Gyenfi, a 16-year-old defender and 18-year-old midfielders James Akaminko and Nurudeen Ahmed will join the Anfield club from local side Prampram Mighty Royals.The teenagers are set to leave for Anfield in April with the hope of impressing the Reds’ youth coaches, according to Sky Sports reports.last_img

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