Daily Archives: 17 July 17, 2007

It runs in the family I guess

I was recently watching Assume the Position 201 with Robert Wuhl.  In short, he’s a guest lecturer in a college classroom and provides a comedic take on U.S. history. He mentioned that no matter what, Americans are resilient and can … Continue reading


Bacon Eating Contest

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In Pictures: The Strangest Sights in Google Earth

With its detailed satellite photos, Google’s interactive map lets everyone be a virtual globetrotter. And some of the things we’ve found in our travels are downright bizarre. Link

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Top 100 Hotels in Continental U.S. and Canada

The Tu Tu’ Tun Lodge in Oregon takes top billing. The higest rated Texas hotel is the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin.  Actually, I think it’s the only Texas hotel on the list. Link

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Threat of embarrassment forces Alli users to eat healthy — or else

Dieters have been flocking to drugstores to pick up Alli, the first over-the-counter weight-loss pill to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration, despite the scary warning: Stray too far from your low-fat diet and you just might poop … Continue reading


Presidential Libraries This and That

Until Franklin D. Roosevelt opened the first presidential library in 1941 and transferred it to the federal government, there were no official repositories designed especially to preserve and make accessible the records of Presidents. It was 16 years before another … Continue reading

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If you ever wanted to know how to spot a hidden handgun?

Then check this out. Link

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Passover Ten Plagues Finger Puppets

There is NO DOUBT about it. KIDS LOVE the story of the 10 Plagues… Here is just the right thing to keep your children interested in the Haggadah… and GUARANTEE they don’t fall asleep… Our 10 Plague Puppets. These quality … Continue reading

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A blog that brings you a skull a day. Link Here’s one made out of bark.

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A Very Happy Birthday to WifeGeeding