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BlueDragon1981

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People from History - Theodore Roosevelt

22 June 2011 - 06:09 PM

Theodore Roosevelt

Source: (http://www.theodore-roosevelt.com/)

The source above has a lot of information. Specifically on the accomplishments by year.

I'm just going to list a few things here.

Presidency:      September 14, 1901-March 3, 1909
Education:       A.B. from Harvard University (Phi Beta Kappa 1880)
Height:          5 feet 9 inches                          
Weight:          220 lbs (appx.)
Dexterity:       Right handed                            
Horoscope:       Scorpio
Religion:        Dutch Reformed                      
Eyes:            Pale Blue - 8-D Myopia
Hair Color:      Brown                                          
Shoe Size:       4 or 5
Place of Birth:  28 East 20th Street, New York City
Place of Death:  Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, New York

Cause of Death:  pulmonary embolism (official cause)
Wives:           Alice Hathaway Lee (1861-1884)
                 Edith Kermit Carow (1861-1948)
Children:        Alice    Ted Jr.    Kermit    Ethel     Archie   Quentin
Honorary Degrees:  LL.D.  D.C.L.     L.H.D.   Ph.D.   J.D.   Sc.D.   Judo Black Belt



Presidential Firsts

First President to:

   - ride in an airplane

   - own an automobile

   - invite an African-American (Booker T. Washington) to the White House

   - dive in a submarine

   - have a telephone in his home

   - ride in an automobile

   - travel outside the U.S. while in office

   - receive the first electoral vote cast by a woman delegate (Helen B. Scott in 1912)

   - advocate a Jewish homeland in Palestine (1917)

   - advocate the establishment of a League of Nations (1915)

   - host the Olympics (St. Louis, Missouri, 1904)


First U.S. citizen to win the Nobel Prize

First world leader to submit a dispute to the International Court of Arbitration at The Hague

Featured on the $1 Million United States T-Bill and T-Bond

Only U.S. President to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor (2001)


The highest award bestowed by the NCAA is named after Theodore Roosevelt


The Teddy Roosevelt Award is presented annually to Republican members who have gone to the floor of the House of Representatives, on fifty or more occasions, to communicate the Republican message directly to the American people. The award is inspired by President Teddy Roosevelt's belief that credit should be given to those who stand up and speak their minds.

Edith Roosevelt instituted the office of White House Social Secretary

Edith Roosevelt designed and created the White House China Room and the Gallery of First Ladies

Conservation Legacy
  4 National Game Preserves
     5 National Parks
     7 Conservation Conferences
     18 National Monuments
     24 Reclamation Projects
     51 Federal Bird Reservations
     150 National Forests
     230 Million total acres set aside for the enjoyment of all

Start Your Own Business - Franchise Style

22 June 2011 - 05:21 PM

(This topic is going to point to external sites for the information.)
(Information from Entrepreneur.com)

Here are some that I would consider starting but don't have any money or assets to start at this point. Give me 5 or so years and I will.

Coffee News
Fast-Teks On Site Computer Services
Anytime Fitness
CruiseOne Inc.
Proforma
AMPM

I hope the above list are Franchises you aren't generally thinking of. Many people think about the Restaurant Franchises such as McDonalds, Wendy's, Denny's, Subway, etc.

The one I'm seriously looking at as a side income is CruiseOne Inc. It can be done at home, or at a third party location. I need to brush up on my sales skills though  ;)

Anyone else look into starting their own business through the franchising Route.