Has your dad ever wanted to star in his very own baseball card? Or maybe you are a dad who would like your face on a small collectable trinket to call your very own? On one day of the year, this dream is possible.
This year, Father’s Day falls on June 21, a Sunday. To celebrate it, Sam’s Club, in conjunction with Unilever, the makers of Dove Products and Degree for Men, is offering an opportunity for you to create a baseball card as a gift for your father or husband.
All you have to do is visit the page on Sam’s Club’s official website and fill in the card with a photo as well as a message. The card is then available to print right then and there from your home, or you could request for it to be printed for free at Sam’s Club’s Photo Center and can pick it up later.
Father’s Day is right around the corner, and the father freebies are flowing in!
We wish every dad and husband out there the best Father’s Day!
Here’s a day specifically for all you pastry lovers. National Donut Day 2015 is right around the corner. This interesting event, which takes place on Friday, June 5, consists of most Donut stores around the US and Canada allowing every costumer who walks in to take one free donut of any flavor.
Most donut vendors, including Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts, are participating in this country-wide event and are offering ANY flavor of your choosing, as opposed to limited options. The only obstacle now is… which flavor do you choose? The classic glaze? The delicious filled ones? Let us know which flavors are your favorite in the comments!
For more info on National Donut Day 2015, check out its official website.
Tired of downloading multiple podcasts? Stitcher is the answer! Stitcher is a free app allowing you to listen to thousands of podcasts and radio stations on the go or at home.
All you have to do is sign up or download the app on your phone, then pick a few stations to subscribe to and start listening!
Examples are gaming podcasts such as Nintendo Teens, Nintendo Pulse and DeREZD. Tech Podcasts include The Force Field, The Two Way Radio Show, and Tech Fetish Podcast. To keep yourself updated on recent events, the news is also available to listen to. Try checking out The Free Stuff Show on Stitcher, too.
So download Stitcher and start listening to those free shows!
Microsoft Office is a great suite of programs for creating documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, but it’s costly. Some people may not be able to afford it or simply don’t see a point in spending money on it. Fortunately, there are some great free alternatives!
Free Office Productivity Suites
OpenOffice.org is the premiere alternative to Microsoft Office. Also known as Apache OpenOffice, this suite of programs empowers you to create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics and more. You can also edit existing files created by Microsoft Office and other office suites with little or no difficulty. It’s also open source, which means it is free to download and use.
LibreOffice.org – LibreOffice.org is another free alternative to Microsoft Office and is very similar to OpenOffice.org. Check out this feature comparison between LibreOffice 4.4.3 and Microsoft® Office 13 .
Zoho.com – Zoho.com is a web based system used for creating and managing documents, e-mail and projects for your business. It is available in a free and paid version.
Google Docs – Google Docs is yet another great way to make documents similar to OpenOffce.org. The link above will bring you to the Google sign-up page. Keep in mind that you will have to create a Google account or use a pre-existing one to access Google Docs.
These free productivity packages are great ways to create and edit your documents or spreadsheets if you are unable to purchase Microsoft Office. If you’re in need of productivity software for office applications, any of these will help get the job done!
Each year, comic book and hobby stores around the country have contributed to an annual celebration called Free Comic Book Day. Its blunt and straightforward title describes exactly what happens: people give away free comic books. Simple.
Of course, before you begin dreaming of walking out of your local comic shop with boxes of your favorite comics free of charge, I must inform you that there are limitations. First of all, you can only get three comic books per person, so choose carefully. Second, there are only certain comics printed specifically for Free Comic Book Day 2015. You may recognize these by the titles “FREE COMIC BOOK DAY” that will be placed in bold letters on the top of the cover. If that isn’t obvious enough, the comics will be separated on tables set out for this occasion.
Free Comic Book Day takes place annually on the first Saturday in May, so this year it will fall on Saturday, May 2nd.
Be sure to check out the official website for all the details
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Also, take a look at the list of all 50 comics that will be available this year, as well as some sneak peeks.
Just make sure not to come to late, or else it will all be gone! Will you be waiting in line first thing in the morning? I know I will.