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Sep 7th 2011 12:48PM Actually, this is useful information for anyone who travels on business as well. When I travel for my tradeshow, I have things like my laptop (and my iPod and Kindle for after hours) that I normally leave in the room safe while I'm manning the registration desk. It's good to know that those safes may not be as secure as you think they are.
Apr 18th 2011 12:53PM That's the same thing we do. Our apartment complex provides a recycling bin right next to the dumpster. They accept metal, glass, plastic, and paper (including office paper). We have two cans next to the kitchen, one marked "rubbish" and the other "recycling" anything recyclable goes in that bin, and everything else goes in the rubbish bin. We take the bags out when they're full, and it's really no big deal.
Mar 31st 2011 1:11PM I tried Activia exactly once -- that's when I discovered that when they talk of "balancing" your digestion, they mean relieving constipation. Since my problem was the opposite, I ended up spending the next three days in the bathroom and having to go to the doctor for a prescription medicine to get it to stop, because Imodium wasn't cutting it. And that was just one cup; I threw the rest away.
I've never had a problem with Greek yogurt. I have a cup of Chobani every day (because they have the widest variety of flavors) with 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon stirred into it. You get twice the protein of regular yogurt for the same amount of carbs, and the cinnamon helps both my blood sugar and my cholesterol.
Mar 24th 2011 12:26PM Actually, Mrs., Miss, and Ms. are all abbreviations of "Mistress," which is the feminine of "Master" and used to be used as a title of address when speaking or referring to a lady of rank. I prefer Miss, simply because it is a convenient way to distinguish me from my sister-in-law, who has the same given name I do (which has caused confusion on and off for the past 20 years).
Feb 8th 2011 1:05PM I think the point was that the 25-year-old hasn't learned the same skills that the 50-year-old had when she was 25. I'll be the first to agree that my cooking leaves a lot to be desired and that, while I can do counted cross-stitch embroidery, my plain sewing skills stop at sewing on buttons and fixing ripped seams and hems (just don't expect me to do a hem from scratch). However, when I was learning to drive, my mom made sure I knew how to pump my own gas, check my own oil and antifreeze, and change my own tires and wiper blades. To my mind, there is no such thing as "men's work" and "women's work;" there are simply things that need to be done.
Feb 7th 2011 12:49PM I love the Steelers dearly, but they really didn't play up to the standard I expected them to in the Super Bowl. Every once in a while, they would have a brilliant play (or two or three) to get my hopes up, but then they would do something appallingly stupid, like throw the ball where there was no one in the area to catch it (Ben) or go in completely the wrong direction and allow a touchdown that should have been an interception (Troy Polumalu). For large chunks of the game, they just seemed like they were phoning it in. Normally, I'd say "Wait till next year," but if Godell has his way, there won't be a next year.
Feb 4th 2011 1:33PM You're right there! Once when I couldn't find the litter my cats usually used ANYWHERE, I bought a different kind. One of my cats just sat by the box looking at it, then back at me as if to say, "you expect me to USE this stuff?" The other one simply walked into the living room, looked around to make sure we were watching, and piddled on the living room rug.
I also remember another time trying to change litters, when my boy cat simply refused to go. I ended up making a four a.m. run to the 24-hour Giant to get his regular litter.
As for cats not talking, whoever said that never met a Siamese! Mine use complete sentences.
Feb 4th 2011 1:13PM Of course, they do! Any QB with any sense at all wants to keep on the good side of the guys who are protecting him on the field. I remember back in the 80's Isotoner had a commercial with Dan Marino buying gloves for his entire o-line for Christmas. The tag line was "take care of the hands that take care of you."
Jan 28th 2011 1:15PM That's the first time I've ever heard of spam doing something useful!
Jan 26th 2011 12:53PM The problem with both Ochocinco and T.O. is that, while they are both good when they actually pay attention to the game, they are nowhere near as good as they think they are -- or as they could be if they stopped their antics and concentrated on playing up to their potential.