Jimmy's Favorite Sites
Here are a few sites I have discovered
which are helpful, informative or interesting. These sites relate
to Annapolis, to business or are just worth dropping in for a
casual visit. Let's go surfing and take a look.
Since 1948, this Tennessee
institution has been serving up world famous ribs to Memphis residents.
You can get a lot of information from the website at www.hogsfly.com/index_main.html
although, at this writing, you can only order (minimum 2 slabs)
by calling 1-888-Hogs Fly. I never get tired of trying new rib
places. Bon appétit!
I recently noticed a charitable solicitation in The Washington
Post asking for financial assistance related to a medical mission
to perform cleft palate and lip repairs. These medical conditions
in poorer countries with less educated populations can subject
the family and affected child to even more poverty and disgrace.
A surgical procedure that costs just $250 can be of great assistance.
Go to www.smiletrain.org
where all the facts, figures, pictures and some of the stories
of the 63,576 children are shared. They are a worthy addition
to your charitable giving list for 2003.
While looking for shareware programs, I found www.use4.
com/lotto/analysis.html. This site features a mathematical
shareware program developed to assist you with the selection of
lotto numbers. The graphs and charts go into great detail on the
history of each number selected. You can update the existing data
base of selected numbers from all states to refine the selection
process even further. This is a shareware program than can be
downloaded and tried before purchase, and this might be your home
edition of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire." What do you have to
A three-generation, 80-year- old Italian bakery in downtown Philadelphia
can be found at www.termini.com.
This Philadelphia tradition could be the answer to your next gift
dilemma. Baskets, boxes and tins of every conceivable Italian
cookie, from a couple pounds to 10 pounds, are available for shipping.
Old Philly and Italy are just a click away.
Thanks to my Annapolis son and the recent blizzard, I discovered
this camera at the Annapolis city dock: www.annapolis.com/cam/citydock.php
updates every 10 seconds and provided me constant access to road
conditions in downtown Annapolis. The Middleton Tavern was slightly
out of view or the canopy collapse might have been recorded. There
are other highway camera links off of this page as well. Check
this out the next time you're shut in by weather.
As always we encourage your thoughts and suggestions. Thanks.