World 20 ideas for an autumn weekend without money
FinCEN Files: The accidental money launderer
Money remitters from Australia, featured in a worldwide leak of US government documents, were depositing bags of cash at Australian banks as part of an $80 million laundering scheme.That month he had moved into an apartment in Sydney's north-west. It was virtually unfurnished except for a simple chair. And one day he sat on it and it shattered.
You don't want to spend any or very little money on this weekend? Here are 20 free ideas for two unforgettable autumn days
Christmas is just around the corner, the annual bills for the car are due soon and you would also like to save money for the short trip. In short: you have no money. You don't want to miss anything at the weekend and have a good time? Wonderful, we have 22 great ideas on how you can design two free autumn days without spending a penny.If the weather is bad, try a new recipe. (Here you will find ) Teach yourself something new. For example Italian via Youtube. Sort the photos on your computer - and be amazed by old memories. Convert your bedroom - maybe even according to . Read a new book. You can exchange your books e.g. on Tauschticket.de. Prepare 5 meals for the coming week. Our intern tried out Sort out your wardrobe, take photos of wearable items and list them in an online flea market (e.g. clothing spinning top). Visit a museum where entry is free. If the weather is good, take an autumn hike. Grab your bike and take a sightseeing tour of your city. Make your balcony winterproof. Pick mushrooms in the forest. Take great autumn pictures with the camera. With children, collect autumn leaves and do handicrafts. Cut out a pumpkin together. Check out old DVDs of homemade popcorn. Paint a wall in the children's room together. Write a story together and let your children draw the pictures for it. Rake up a pile of leaves and jump in together.
The definitive case for ending the filibuster .
Every argument for the filibuster, considered and debunked.That decision? Whether the requirement for passing a bill through the Senate should be 60 votes or 51 votes. Whether, in other words, to eliminate the modern filibuster, and make governance possible again.