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Pope Francis’s Cap: Running Away with the Wind

During a confirmation ceremony held in Rome for 44 children in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis’ zucchetto cap flew right off his head. Even Pope Francis can’t avoid strong wind gusts! Gusty winds often bring a significant amount of damage to a business or home, and property damage that is… Read more »

Water Conditions at the Olympics Explained

Water Conditions at the Olympics Explained

Live-tweets from the reporters in Sochi for the 2014 Winter Olympics have revealed just how meager the circumstances are over there. Some of them have been funny. However, some have been downright appalling. Through communications via social media, we have learned that some of the hotels had no running water… Read more »

CLEANUP! Red Carpet!

CLEANUP! Red Carpet!

Pipes are seriously bursting everywhere in the country. Not even Versace gowns and beautiful weather could keep the red carpet dry. It was a sunny day in Los Angeles for Sunday’s 71st annual Golden Globe Awards, and just less than two hours before the celebrities arrived, a pipe burst, driving… Read more »

Hazardous Trees Aren’t Always This Cute. In fact, Almost Never.
Cold Weather Pet Tips

Cold Weather Pet Tips

We don’t even have to brave the weather outside anymore to know it’s freezing! We have all seen enough pictures of dashboard temperature gauges on social media to know that it is COLD outside! While we’re busy adding layers and hoping it’s socially acceptable to wear fuzzy slippers out of… Read more »

Paul Davis Offers Tips to Consumers During Fire Prevention Week

Paul Davis is participating in National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Fire Prevention Week, October 6-12. This year’s fire safety campaign theme is Prevent Kitchen Fires which focuses on unattended cooking as the leading cause of home fires along with teaching homeowners how to prevent kitchen fires from starting to begin with. Fire… Read more »