QUESTION: What is the Continental Style of eating? Is eating Continental Style acceptable in Oklahoma? Is the American style better? CALLIE’S ANSWER: There isn’t “one is better” than the other really. As long as you’re doing them the correct way. American style, the knife is in the right hand and the fork is in the left. After the knife... When you subscribe for $0.99, you get full digital access to: 1) Unlock ALL exclusive articles from The Oklahoman. 2) Customize all 15 topics with NewsOK Pro. 3) An ad-FREE reading experience on NewsOK. 4) The Oklahoman for iOS and Android apps, Print Replica, Archives and Oklahoman.com. Get full-digital access.* Already a subscriber? Activate or log in with your Oklahoman or NewsOK Pro account. * Take advantage of this special introductory rate at $0.99 and get full digital access to The Oklahoman and NewsOK Pro. Renewal price after 1 month is $9.99. … [Read more...] about Continental vs. American style of eating: Which is better?
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You can get rich quick through day-trading, but it carries significant risk. Phil Town Published 6:00 am CDT, Sunday, August 19, 2018 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Which Is Better, Day-Trading or Investing Long-Term? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery There is more than one way to approach the stock market, and many different schools of thought exist on how best to make money when buying and selling securities. One method that often gets a lot of attention is day-trading. On one hand, day-trading is lauded as the best way to get rich quick. On the other hand, there are countless warnings about the dire risks of day-trading. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Phil Town breaks down the differences, benefits and risks of day-trading and long-term … [Read more...] about Which Is Better, Day-Trading or Investing Long-Term?
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DEAR JESSICA: Can you please tell me what is the difference between peat moss and mulch? Both are advertised on the packaging to do the same thing: hold moisture, add nutrients to the soil and it’s good for the plants’ well-being. Mulch is not easy to put down, as it is very wet, whereas I can just grab a handful of peat moss at a time and easily place it around the plant. Can you please let me know your comments on when to use these treatments and which is better? — John Wolf, Levittown DEAR JOHN: The term mulch technically refers to any material used to cover the soil. This could be pebbles or gravel, plastic sheeting, shredded tires or organic mulch, such as compost (my No. 1 choice), pine needles, shredded bark or wood chips. Obviously gravel, although effectively performing the mulch functions of suppressing weeds and slowing moisture evaporation from the soil surface, has a different effect on plants than do organic mulches. When you … [Read more...] about Peat moss vs. mulch: Which is better for top dressing soil in the garden?
The highest peak in Texas? Or the highest peak in the world? Which is better? I’m going to tell you. Because even though the most strenuous thing I do in any given year is stand around at Willie’s Fourth of July Picnic for 12 hours and wish to hell I had actually lost the 40 pounds I promised I would last year, I have climbed Guadalupe Peak.True, I have not climbed Everest, but — unless Google has done you a serious disservice by steering you here — neither have you. And I have read Jon Krakauer’s book “Into Thin Air” at least twice. Let’s break it down: Guadalupe Peak is the highest point in Texas. Photo by Mike Leggett LocationGuadalupe Peak: Culberson County, Texas, perhaps a bit uncomfortably close to New Mexico. Everest: In the Himalayas, along the border of Nepal and Tibet. Advantage: Guadalupe Peak. The view from the 8,850-meter (29,035-foot) peak of Mount Everest. AP Photo by Hiroyuki Kuraoka Height Guadalupe Peak: 8,751 feet, … [Read more...] about Texas showdown: Guadalupe Peak vs. Mount Everest — which is better?