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Vegas Memorial Honors Victims Of September 11th Attacks
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Events of 9/11 Overwhelming, So Were the Rumors

As we observe the 10th Anniversary of 9/11, it's important to remember that some of the information that will be passed on electronically and presented as fact will in fact be nothing more than speculation, rumor, and sadly, in some cases, outright fabrication.

Rich Buhler, creator of, has dedicated himself to separating fact from fiction and reminds us that, especially during this emotional time, we should be careful what we choose to believe and, more importantly, what we choose to pass on to our friends and family without checking the facts beforehand.

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New York City Prepares For 10th Anniversary Of September 11 Attacks
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Value of Sept. 11 Anniversary Memorabilia May Be Short-Lived

Don’t get caught up and overspend on 9/11 mementos

The Better Business Bureau advises caution when purchasing 9/11 memorabilia this coming weekend which sees the country observing the 10th anniversary of that fateful day.

VICTORIA, Texas – With the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks approaching, Better Business Bureau is advising consumers that the value of most memorabilia and commemorative items is sentimental; Prices for many items will likely drop over time.

Patriotic websites are promoting magnets, pins, flags, clothing, license tags, license frames and jewelry, among other items as a way to remember the anniversary. Sellers are also marketing commemorative items on auction sites like eBay, where the seller must rely on emailed questions and online photos to determine an item’s value.

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Back to School means Tax Free weekend for many shoppers.
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Back to School Shopping Tips for the Tax-Free Holiday

The fine folks at the Better Business Bureau were kind enough to put together a list of shopping tips for our readers for the Sales Tax Holiday coming up this weekend. For those who might be partaking of the Tax-Free weekend for the first time, and even for shopping veterans, some of the tips are invaluable. Be sure to take a close look before you shop because "Back-to-School" sales don't always mean you're making the most of your money.

Annual Sales Tax Holiday runs Aug. 19 – 21

VICTORIA, Texas – The 13th annual Sales Tax Holiday, or Tax-Free Weekend, begins Friday and runs until Sunday. Consumers can expect to save approximately $8 for every $100 they spend on most clothing, footwear and school supplies priced less than $100. A full list of items that qualify can be found on the Texas Comptroller’s website here.

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