There's a vast labor pool in less advantaged neighborhoods where jobs are few and far between.
The jobs aren't coming to the employees, so Validate My Ride will bring the employees to the jobs.
Without government subsidies, we've created a way to provide affordable rents and options to own in under-served communities in Philadelphia.
Funding for this project is Rocky Roadz, equity crowdfunding that welcomes micro investors who live in the neighborhoods where the rowhouses will be built.
To finance The DEMI, Rocky Roadz REITs will target small investors, throughout the United States.
For the "townies" it will be a matter of self interest; For the unfortunates who don't live in Philadelphia, it will be their opportunity to temporarily own a piece of America's Birthplace.
Community input is the life blood of our websites. There are NO questions, suggestions, comments or purchases that are trivial.
ALL add something to our services and we consider each person who gets involved a valued member of our Advisory Team.
Recipes are a family history that can be preserved in a bound volume for about $2 through Amazon.
Vittle People provides tools and instructions that make publishing a cookbook as easy as writing an email.
Cookbooks can also be marketed through Amazon.
Visionaries and dreamers don't see piles of junk, they see how to transform them into things like Weather in a Can.
This open source project's goal is to provide simple plans for the tools and machines that can improve everyday life in "third world" villages and after calamities like earthquakes or hurricanes.
Our original website provides a massive selection of products and services for homeowners, contractors and house flippers.
The site's search engine indexes all of the companies to allow users to conveniently comparison shop for practically any product or service.
In 1962, seventeen years after the end of World War II,
and eleven years before the last American was drafted, the male youth of the United States were considered an important military asset.
It made perfect sense to adapt the recipes used in military kitchens during the wars and serve them to “future soldiers” as part of school lunch programs.
“Phast” isn’t just an odd way to spell “Fast”; It is urban slang that means “To express satisfaction in an object”.
This cookbook contains government-developed recipes that were created to help families stretch their food budgets, without sacrificing quality or good nutrition.
Handy references describe commonly-used spices and herbs, and convenient ingredient substitutes.
Annual, DIY home inspections find problems when they're still small and inexpensive.
They also provide reassurance to a future home buyer, and THAT increases the house's value.
Annual physical exams aren't just for people.
Our logos are available on a massive selection of products.
Your purchases make you an important, financial partner of our Junk Yard Geeks projects.
(With bragging rights, of course.)
Representation of the comparison shopping searches on Rememories Of.
Honey Doo's name derives from the infamous "Honey Do" list that often leads a shopper to that site.
Everything on these sites begins in The Advisory Team.
Your purchase of an A.T. keychain not only provides funding for our projects, but it makes you an important supporter of those projects in your community.
An Urban Fair Trade project to help Philadelphia residents whose circumstances make them virtually unemployable prisoners of their neighborhoods.
Like it or not, all Americans are in a gigantic, arranged marriage, with The Constitution as our pre-nup. That makes everyone else our brothers or sisters-inlaw.
It's time to listen with respect, argue with respect and treat each other with respect. Just as we do with our other inlaws and close family, we can agree to disagree.
Our American family deserves no less.
(End of sermon.)
Another of our Junk Yard Geeks creations is an open source device for assisting in constructing, and reconstructing, homes and huts in distant villages.
It will be designed for speed and to leave the back-breaking chores to "Frank"