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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Rick Matus
First impressions count, whether you are meeting new people or welcoming old friends to your home. A front door covered by a rusty screen door, or a dark and cluttered foyer, can give a negative vibe to your home's introduction that may not be offset by your remodeled kitchen or magazine-perfect living room.
"We also suggest supplemental items to complement the house, such as adding an oversized light fixture," he said. "If you put on a large portico, you need a large enough light fixture."
"Maintenance-free columns and trim and a ceiling that looks like beaded wood on the portico looks good with any style of home," he said.