Jan Simon Byrne put Blackrock ahead early with an opportunist try before Tadhg Leader crossed the whitewash for Shannon soon after. Two penalties from David Godfrey gave 'Rock a 13 5 advantage, but Shannon took full advantage of Peter McCague's sin binning to score through their Munster flanker Paddy Butler in first half injury time. But Rob Guerin shrugged off two weak tackles to score under the posts and with Leader's conversion, hand Shannon the victory by the narrowest of margins. Since their opening day clash back in September, where Blackrock prevailed 23 16 at Thomond Park, the fortunes of these two clubs have taken different turns. While Blackrock suffered nine defeats from their next 10 league games, Shannon have recovered from a slow start to win five out of their last seven matches. Victory therefore was vital for both teams as Blackrock were aiming to drag themselves clear of relegation and Shannon were chasing a fourth consecutive win. The game started off in see saw fashion and the hosts took the lead after seven minutes when centre Byrne pounced on a loose ball in midfield to run through unopposed. Shannon, however, hit back and following a sustained period of pressure, moved the ball out wide for out half Leader to touch down in the corner. Two successive penalties from Godfrey stretched 'Rock's lead, but just as the first half was drawing to a close the Limerick men fought back. Rock forward McCague was sin binned for infringing and Shannon scored from the ensuing attack through the out stretched arm of Butler. The visitors put 'Rock under pressure inside their own half on the resumption, but they missed the chance to go in front when Leader's penalty attempt sailed wide of the posts. Horan was next to go in the bin as the tide turned in the Dubliners' favour again. Byrne went over on the left in the 66th minute following a swift back line move off a lineout which stretched the visiting defence. But Shannon had the last laugh when Guerin broke free of two tame challenges on 71 minutes to scramble in under the posts. The conversion from Leader put Shannon ahead and they held on through a frantic finale. 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Next, pick the adhesives which match the color of your leather. In some instances, you may need to mix one or more adhesives together to get the desired color. Once the liquid adhesives are mixed, spread them on the cut or hole with the help of the spatula provided. The adhesive mixture should be spread evenly with no lumps or thick globs forming. Using the spatula, blend the adhesive mixture, until it is the same color as the leather. Select one of the textured grain papers provided in the kit. The paper you select should have a similar grain texture as the grain on the leather. Place the paper flatly over the area where the adhesive mixture has been applied. Use the heat applicator provided, to heat up both the paper as well as the adhesive. At this point, you can place an additional heating pad below the paper and adhesive, since more heat will only help in fixing the adhesive mixture to the leather. Keep moving the applicator around the entire area, until the adhesive mixture has completely bonded with the leather. If that doesn't happen, use only the tip of a hot iron to supply additional heat. Once the bonding is complete, allow the repaired area to dry out and cool completely. Using patches. Another method, though lot more laborious than the method described above, is to patch the hole or damage by fixing another patch of leather over the cut area. Before patching, remove all uneven and rough edges from the tear or cut, if the damage is a burn, cut out the whole burnt area. Find a leather patch which is similar or as close to similar, as you leather garment. Measure and cut the patch to the exact dimensions of the damaged area. You will need to cut a similar patch in linen or any other fabric, which is the exact or close enough shade as your leather. Leave an extra inch all around on the fabric patch. Get a clear, good quality liquid or solid adhesive and fix the leather patch over the hole or cut with it. Next, fix the linen or fabric patch over the leather patch, such that the entire glued leather patch is hidden from view. Place a heavy weight over the patched area and allow the glue to set and dry out completely. A minor variation on the leather patch method is to sew on the patch instead of gluing it, using a decorative stitching pattern. Of course, this is best done by the experts, so you should take you damaged leather to the nearest leather repair shop or a saddler if one is located in your area. You can also browse the Internet, to check for professionals who stitch or work with leather to create garments such as jackets, gloves, etc. If you do not want to make all that effort, however, any of the two methods discussed above, should suffice to meet your needs.
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If you are a regular reader of my articles, you will know that I encourage the use of 'phrases' and 'sayings' to support or reinforce my point. Not one to disappoint my readers so here is another classic example. 'Prevention is better than cure'. In the most simple terms, this means it's better to avoid it than go through the long, drawn out problems associated with finding the cure to the virus, In this case YOUR specific virus. In business, both online and off (or what I call 'real world' business) this can be categorised as follows: 1. Product (or service) Whatever business you are in you are selling something. An idea, a concept, a product, a service, a package, a solution. it doesn't really matter what it is. However, two key principles are vital to ensure that you 'prevent' a negative viral reputation. a) Ensure your product isn't rubbish. HA! Sounds like common sense? Take a look around you in the world and see just how much trosh is for sale and compare it with something better that does the same or similar, for a similar price. Sell rubbish at your peril. People (just like you and me) HATE IT. And that's how a 'negative' viral reputation begins. b) Can your product / service prove that. "it does exactly what it says on the tin"? The 'tin' is proverbial meaning that a tins of beans, really is a tin of beans. If you get peas instead. you won't be happy. Don't claim (or over claim / over promote / over market / overemphasise / over sell) your product can do something it really can't stand up to. If you do then you start a 'negative' viral reputation. 2. Sales Pitch. Or how you sell, market or promote your product. This is linked to (b) above but can be a totally separate and deadly area, if you aren't careful. If you are selling your product / service etc., you need to put yourself in the shoes of your potential customers. 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For the 2003 Charlie's Angels sequel she became the third actress to earn $20 million for one movie. During this time Cameron Diaz was seen on numerous magazine covers including Marie Claire, In Style, GQ, Rolling Stone, Harper's Bazaar, W and Entertainment Weekly. In 2007, People magazine ranked her as the Best Dressed Female Celebrity. In August 2008, Forbes Magazine listed Cameron Diaz as the highest paid actress. She reportedly earned $50 million in the period of a year ending June 2008. Cameron Diaz has dated many actors including Matt Dillon and Jared Leto but her most well known relationship was with singer Justin Timberlake. During their 4 year relationship the glamorous couple appeared in numerous celebrity magazines including People magazine, OK! magazine, Us Weekly magazine and Life and Style magazine. The pair issued a joint statement in 2007, announcing they had broken up, following weeks of breakup rumors by celebrity magazines. 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