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|Beauty of Pond Liners Business Articles | November 8 , 2012
A walk that?s tension free is loved by all, right? Today life is filled with so much stress that one wants to spend some time with peace.
So, the garden is liked by most of the people to release their stress. Since some time I too was forced to undergo some kind of stress which slowly was becoming unbearable for me thus one fine morning when I was taking walk in the garden my eyes got stacked in some hard thing that was fixed inside the pond. I was amazed to see the beauty of that scene. I tried to go near it but when I was about to touch that hard substance the guard of that park shouted at me that I am not allowed and I am not supposed to touch the property of the park and he asked me to go away from their immediately . At that time I went from there but came back again in the evening time to solve my curiosity. At evening, the view of that thing looked even greater.? When I noticed there was no one I went near it and had a close glance at it and that time I realized that it?s called Pond Liners.
Pond Liners first and foremost are used to prevent the thrashing of water from the storage ponds and even the dams. They are also used for the suppression of waste and harmful chemicals. These liners include tremendously large liners that are more than a few acres in size. These types of materials are enormously durable. Mostly they are used?to survive the harsh effect of the nature. They can withstand a tremendous UV exposure that usually degrades in many of the lesser liners. Even they are able to endure the harsh effects and tolerate extreme weather conditions like high heat levels and even below freezing conditions are endured by this single device. They are easy to install in almost any environment.
Know about the features of these ponds liners so that it?s easier for you to know its features. These liners are can cope up in
severe heat i.e., high temperature fluctuations
Is of better quality that?s puncture resistant
Can be accommodated anywhere
It?s fish and plant friendly, does not affect them with its heat resistant
It?s environment friendly
Easy to fix and install
Durable enough to stay in water for a long period
Thus, these liners are used for water retention in lakes, garden, ponds and even in artificial streams. For more information, on Security Glazing visit us online.
The Green-Eyed Capitalist Business Articles | November 13, 2004
Conservative sociologists self-servingly marvel at the peaceful proximity of abject poverty and ostentatious affluence in American - or, for that matter, Western - cities. Devastating riots do erupt, ...
Conservative sociologists self-servingly marvel at the peaceful proximity of abject poverty and ostentatious affluence in American - or, for that matter, Western - cities. Devastating riots do erupt, but these are reactions either to perceived social injustice (Los Angeles 1965) or to political oppression (Paris 1968). The French Revolution may have been the last time the urban sans-culotte raised a fuss against the economically enfranchised.
This pacific co-existence conceals a maelstrom of envy. Behold the rampant Schadenfreude which accompanied the antitrust case against the predatory but loaded Microsoft. Observe the glee which engulfed many destitute countries in the wake of the September 11 atrocities against America, the epitome of triumphant prosperity. Witness the post-World orgiastic castigation of avaricious CEO's.
Envy - a pathological manifestation of destructive aggressiveness - is distinct from jealousy.
The New Oxford Dictionary of English defines envy as:
"A feeling of discontented or resentful longing aroused by someone else's possessions, qualities, or luck ... Mortification and ill-will occasioned by the contemplation of another's superior advantages."
Pathological envy - the fourth deadly sin - is engendered by the realization of some lack, deficiency, or inadequacy in oneself. The envious begrudge others their success, brilliance, happiness, beauty, good fortune, or wealth. Envy provokes misery, humiliation, and impotent rage.
The envious copes with his pernicious emotions in five ways:
They attack the perceived source of frustration in an attempt to destroy it, or "reduce it" to their "size". Such destructive impulses often assume the disguise of championing social causes, fighting injustice, touting reform, or promoting an ideology.
They seek to subsume the object of envy by imitating it. In extreme cases, they strive to get rich quick through criminal scams, or corruption. They endeavor to out-smart the system and shortcut their way to fortune and celebrity.
They resort to self-deprecation. They idealize the successful, the rich, the mighty, and the lucky and attribute to them super-human, almost divine, qualities. At the same time, they humble themselves. Indeed, most of this strain of the envious end up disenchanted and bitter, driving the objects of their own erstwhile devotion and adulation to destruction and decrepitude.
They experience cognitive dissonance. These people devalue the source of their frustration and envy by finding faults in everything they most desire and in everyone they envy.
They avoid the envied person and thus the agonizing pangs of envy.
Envy is not a new phenomenon. Belisarius, the general who conquered the world for Emperor Justinian, was blinded and stripped of his assets by his envious peers. I - and many others - have written extensively about envy in command economies. Nor is envy likely to diminish.
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