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By Susan Reimer | November 25, 2003
WHEN THE economy was at its lowest ebb and I had lost most of my savings, I turned my back on the whole notion of planning for the future and decided I would live - and spend - for today. "Tomorrow is promised to no one," I wrote then. "I am through saving for it. I'm buying a hot tub." Some found my plan alarming, including, sort of, the editors of The Wall Street Journal, who feared enough others like me might start a troublesome trend, and my husband, who fears pretty much any new idea from me. "We don't have room for a glass of water out back," he groused, "let alone a hot tub."
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Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2014
Hola, rosa lovers! Welcome to my recap-o of episode dos of "El Bachelor. " The 18 lucky ladies and Molly the dog move into the mansion. Molly, like many dogs before her, takes a few laps in the pool, and the ladies discuss that Clare, the fake baby bump hairdresser, will be going on the first Juan-on-Juan date. First Juan-on-Juan Date Clare is really excited about her date, entitled “Let's Chill Out. " Despite not going to bars, not participating in on-line dating and not even being out on a date in a long time, her expectations are low: “I know this sounds crazy, but this could be the first date with my future husband.” I'm thinking this is not really the right venue for a girl who hasn't dated in a while, but what do I know?
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By MIKE ROYKO | August 2, 1993
Sometimes I wonder why we haven't all committed mass suicide, because we don't have a hell of a lot to look forward to."That is a quote from a page 1 story of a recent Wall Street Journal.Let us have a multiple-choice guessing game. Who said it and why?1. A patient in a hospital wing filled with people who are terminally ill and suffering terrible pain.2. A very old and feeble person in a crowded and understaffed nursing home, whose relatives never come to visit.3. A 51-year-old employee of a defense industry company who was laid off from his job several months ago and has a mortgage, two kids in college, and is attending a support group of other jobless middle-aged people who can't find work.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2013
Many Marylanders live on the water, but the owner of this contemporary townhouse in Baltimore can walk out on three balconies and be over the water. The five-level home, built in 2006, sold for $1,125,000, about $100,000 less than the asking price. "This home was fun to sell because it showed so well and had excellent views of Baltimore's Inner Harbor from every level," said real estate agent William J. Ganz III, who listed the townhouse at 647 Ponte Villas South. "Combined with the fact that it is located in the private, gated Pier Homes at Harborview community, it was just a matter of time before it sold.
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By Karol V. Menzie and Ron Nodine | March 29, 1998
HOWEVER SLOWLY, it is getting to be spring, and that means homeowners have license to think about projects that will enhance their homes in warm weather. Just imagine, for instance, sitting on your deck on a warm summer evening, sipping a glass of wine and watching the sunset. Nice, huh?But why stop there?Imagine you are out there on a warm evening with your wine, sitting in a tub of gently pulsating warm water that washes away all the aches and anxieties of the day. Now that's really nice.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
The buyers of a home nestled on more than 7 acres in Cockeysville's Nicholsons Manor are getting a property with all the perks. This traditional mansion, which sold for $1,550,000, is at the end of a cul-de-sac and boasts a large blue stone patio in a hardscape backyard. A hot tub is tucked into a gazebo and an outdoor room, complete with a beamed ceiling, wet bar, fireplace and powder room. The stone and insulated stucco exterior features a four-bay connected garage and is defined by a balcony, bump-outs, floodlights and screened porch with slate flooring.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2013
Many Marylanders live on the water, but the owner of this contemporary townhouse in Baltimore can walk out on three balconies and be over the water. The five-level home, built in 2006, sold for $1,125,000, about $100,000 less than the asking price. "This home was fun to sell because it showed so well and had excellent views of Baltimore's Inner Harbor from every level," said real estate agent William J. Ganz III, who listed the townhouse at 647 Ponte Villas South. "Combined with the fact that it is located in the private, gated Pier Homes at Harborview community, it was just a matter of time before it sold.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 6, 1999
A bad sign greeted Patrick Johnson when he reported for work yesterday at PSINet Stadium. A steam pipe supplying energy to the facility's heating system had burst, leaving the place without hot water. And there went part of Johnson's pre-game routine. "I like to get in the hot tub to warm up and loosen up, but I couldn't because there was no hot water in here," Johnson said. "I felt bad this morning, real tight." That did not prevent Johnson from igniting the Ravens toward their 41-14 rout of the Tennessee Titans with possibly the best catch this season by a Ravens receiver.
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By BETH SMITH | January 23, 1994
When architects Richard Luxenburg and Mike Ryan began designing a three-story, 4,100-square-foot addition to a home in Mount Washington, they knew the basement level was going to more than a catch-all storage area. Their clients, two doctors with children, wanted a high-tech, professional exercise room/spa, one which would give them a clear view of a nearby playroom when working out or relaxing in the hot tub.Teaming up with interior designer Jun Villones and Dwight Griffith of Griffith-Brilhart Builders Inc., Mr. Luxenburg and Mr. Ryan carved out a contemporary space bounded by floor-to-ceiling glass.
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April 22, 2000
Quote: "If you're in the minor leagues, you like [rainouts] because you don't get many off days in the minor leagues. But when you're up here, you want to play." -- Trot Nixon of the Red Sox, who have been rained out two days in a row It's a fact: The Blue Jays have erected a patio in the stands in right center. Fans can drink beer while relaxing in a hot tub. Who's hot: The Royals' Carlos Febles has a 15-game hitting streak. Who's not: The Tigers were 11-for-57 (.193) with runners in scoring position during their recent eight-game homestand.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
The buyers of a home nestled on more than 7 acres in Cockeysville's Nicholsons Manor are getting a property with all the perks. This traditional mansion, which sold for $1,550,000, is at the end of a cul-de-sac and boasts a large blue stone patio in a hardscape backyard. A hot tub is tucked into a gazebo and an outdoor room, complete with a beamed ceiling, wet bar, fireplace and powder room. The stone and insulated stucco exterior features a four-bay connected garage and is defined by a balcony, bump-outs, floodlights and screened porch with slate flooring.
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By Sarah Haller and Chris Kinling | February 27, 2012
“The More That I Get to Know About These Women, the More Lost I Become.” After a bland eight minutes of Ben pondering his future and the women that he “may be falling in love with,” he finally arrives in Switzerland to meet them for the second-to-last rose ceremony. Swedish Helicopter Sarah: Ben and Nicki (“Divorce”) take a helicopter to the top of a mountain and enjoy a picnic blah blah blah. Given that she was married before, I would have thought she'd be able to see through his bullcrap.
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By Simon Habtemariam | November 1, 2011
Select Craig's List barter listings Have: 5-person hot tub (4 seats and 1 lounge chair). It has a light that changes colors or you can choose a color to set it on (LED). Comes with the cover, bottom and sides are plastic so you never need to worry about rotted wood. Want: A crabbing/fishing boat, Jet Ski, utility trailer, pop-up camper, etc. Comments: Because somebody that's willing to trade you a hot tub on craigslist has probably NEVER done anything questionable in it. Have: Cool ride, 92 MB 500SL, 2dr, pwr softtop & has hardtop too. Sweet running 5.0 liter V8, 4matic auto, Lots of pwr options, everything works as it should, pwr top, pwr rollbar, climate control etc...
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By Luke Broadwater | June 17, 2011
Every Rapture-free year means that life continues on planet Earth -- and if life goes on that means there's another year for stupid warning labels.  Thankfully, the Center for America catalogues these statements of the obvious and releases the finalists of its " Wacky Warning Labels " contest.  Some of this year's are classic:  1) On a dust mask: "Warning: Does not supply oxygen. "  2) On a children's bicycle: "Warning: The action depicted in this brochure is potentially dangerous.
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by b staff | @bthesite and b free daily | March 24, 2010
We want to know what movie (if any) you're planning to spend your hard-earned dollars on this weekend. Take the poll on the left side of the page and look for the results in Friday's edition of b .
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By Chris Kaltenbach | January 28, 2010
A ctors Rob Corddry ( "The Daily Show"), Craig Robinson ("The Office") and Clark Duke ("Greek") will be at Plungapalooza Saturday. But they're no fools. While thousands of others will be jumping into a frigid Chesapeake Bay, the three stars of the movie "Hot Tub Time Machine," opening nationwide March 19, will be sitting in their own hot tub. They'll also be handing over a $10,000 check to Special Olympics. Corddry, on the phone from Los Angeles, wanted to set the record straight about this notion that he'd be making like a polar bear Saturday.
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By Luke Broadwater | June 17, 2011
Every Rapture-free year means that life continues on planet Earth -- and if life goes on that means there's another year for stupid warning labels.  Thankfully, the Center for America catalogues these statements of the obvious and releases the finalists of its " Wacky Warning Labels " contest.  Some of this year's are classic:  1) On a dust mask: "Warning: Does not supply oxygen. "  2) On a children's bicycle: "Warning: The action depicted in this brochure is potentially dangerous.
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By Simon Habtemariam | November 1, 2011
Select Craig's List barter listings Have: 5-person hot tub (4 seats and 1 lounge chair). It has a light that changes colors or you can choose a color to set it on (LED). Comes with the cover, bottom and sides are plastic so you never need to worry about rotted wood. Want: A crabbing/fishing boat, Jet Ski, utility trailer, pop-up camper, etc. Comments: Because somebody that's willing to trade you a hot tub on craigslist has probably NEVER done anything questionable in it. Have: Cool ride, 92 MB 500SL, 2dr, pwr softtop & has hardtop too. Sweet running 5.0 liter V8, 4matic auto, Lots of pwr options, everything works as it should, pwr top, pwr rollbar, climate control etc...
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,andrea.siegel@baltsun.com | October 5, 2008
About this time last year, Theresann and Shawn Morosko were finalizing arrangements for a big hole in the ground behind their Fallston home. They lived through the fall looking at the big dig, through the winter looking at the big pit, and, throughout, looking at a yard that was hacked up. "It was under construction all winter," said Theresann Morosko, who despite the chaos, kept envisioning a hot tub in the patio and a pool with a vanishing edge that...
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