Your IP is: 44.210.237.158 Hits: 143,555 Take the Tour I'd like a My Client Page Make Us Your Home Page
Select Layout:
|

Tips

Would you consider supporting our page?

We accept Bitcoin, Ethereum or Dash.

Our tips address is: data-recovery.crypto

That address works for all those cryptos.

Thanks so much. The Client Page Team.

Personal

Notepad

Of the Day

Today's Quote
  • Kin Hubbard
    "The hardest thing is to take less when you can get more."
This Day in History - HISTORY
Wikimedia Commons picture of the day feed
APOD
Today I Found Out
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
  • ritzy

    Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 29, 2022 is:

    ritzy • \RIT-see\  • adjective

    Ritzy is used to describe things that are fancy or stylish in ways that one might consider impressive or showy.

    // She preferred the simplicity (and affordability) of a rustic cabin to the superfluities of a ritzy resort.

    See the entry >

    Examples:

    “Situated on nearly two acres of land in the ritzy neighborhood of Bel Air, the sprawling manor is surrounded by a stone wall and gates and now boasts an impressive six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and two half-baths.” — Gabrielle Chung, People, 13 Aug. 2021

    Did you know?

    César Ritz (1850-1918) earned worldwide renown for the luxurious hotels bearing his name in London and Paris. (The Ritz-Carlton hotel company is a contemporary descendant of these enterprises.) Although they were by no means the first to cater to high-end clients, Ritz’s hotels quickly earned reputations as symbols of opulence. F. Scott Fitzgerald, a writer who often focused on the fashionably wealthy, titled one of his short stories “The Diamond as Big as the Ritz,” and the phrase “to put on the ritz” means “to indulge in ostentatious display.” The adjective ritzy, describing either something fancy or stylish, or the haughty attitudes of the wealthy elite, first checked into the English language in 1920.




Audio Poem of the Day
    

World News

Technology

Entertainment