Mammoth to Man-Made Tents

Posted by on Jun 24, 2014 in Banner, Party and Entertainment | 0 comments

Mammoth to Man-Made Tents
The Evolution of Party Tents From prehistoric days to modern-day camping events tents have been a part of human life. The earliest tent ruins have been found in France dating back between 500,000 and 400,000 B.C. The tent made of animal hides was covered over a wooden framework and pinned down by stones. It was 11 X 3.5 meters long and animal fur, grass, seaweed was used as carpeting and bedding materials. Another tent was found in Russia dating back to 40,000 B.C. These (more…) Read More

The History of Hair Extensions

Posted by on Jun 24, 2014 in Banner, Beauty and Style | 1 comment

The History of Hair Extensions
European Hair Extensions Ever wondered why there was a hair malfunction in your family whenever you saw your aunt with bouffant, your cousin with flowing tresses while you stood there with thin über-straight hair? It has nothing to do with DNA. The origin of hair extensions dates back to Cleopatra. Believe it or not, the first documented proof of hair weaves was seen among the Egyptians in 3400 BC. They wore wigs, sewn-on hair pieces and braids that were made of human hair and (more…) Read More

The Foundation of Personal Injury Law in the U.S.

Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 in Banner, Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

The Foundation of Personal Injury Law in the U.S.
Personal Injury Lawyers Personal injury laws are a kind of tort law that finds its root in Biblical times. In earlier days, an individual who harmed another person was expected to repay. Today, individuals who harm others are punished through personal injury law. By the 17th century, most claimants could receive compensation in the court for any wages lost because of personal injury. Personal Injury claims date back to the 1860s that consisted of bizarre, but successful claims, such as fall caused by croquet (more…) Read More

The Origins of Masonry

Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 in Banner, Constructions | 0 comments

The Origins of Masonry
Stone and Brick Masonry Whether it is the pyramids in Egypt, the Great Wall of China or the Colosseum in Rome – these architectural structures are the iconic examples of masonry. The birth of masonry can be dated back to the first agricultural age with the expansion of the Fertile Crescent between 9,000 to 7,000 BC. At this time, fire was used to craft mortar. Mortars made of mud was used to smear rising walls to give stability and protect against weather. Stone was (more…) Read More

Heartbreaking Tale of Divorce

Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in Banner, Family and Kids, Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

Heartbreaking Tale of Divorce
American Divorce Proceedings The first recorded divorce in New World dates back to the 17th century when a woman was granted a divorce from her disloyal husband by the puritan court in Massachusetts. All through the colonial years, divorce and scandals were driven by adultery. Thomas Paine, editor of the Philadelphia Magazine, fervently asked for divorce reform when he separated from his wife in the 1770s. Divorce became common and less considered to be a disgrace. Abandoning was the most common crime mentioned in (more…) Read More