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Are there any foods that you hated as a child, but eat now that you are an adult? Are there any foods you loved growing up, but can’t eat now?
Have you ever had to do summer school?
This was a Good Question the other night and I thought it was kind of interesting. There were a couple of things I didn’t know. First of all I had no idea that there were 352 distinct types or sizes of … Continue reading
Okay. We have “use or freeze by,” “best by,” and “sell by.” What do they all mean? If something is on your shelf and something expired a day ago, would you just throw it away? Here is the Good Question. I … Continue reading
I saw this Good Question and couldn’t help but think how different we all are and who keeps certain things in the fridge and who doesn’t. I think this is partly learned behavior because most of the things I keep in … Continue reading
Is there anything you eat, that others would consider to be odd?
I think this is a funny subject and Paul and I were talking about this the other night so I wanted to see what you all had to say. When I see my gas tank get to half a tank, … Continue reading
Whoa! I just read this on our local news website and thought, “I wonder what everyone else would think of this!” The short version is Minnesota is starting a campaign to tell people that if they qualify for food stamps, … Continue reading
I’m sure you could use a day to sleep in too? I thought so. How was everyone’s week? My week was good. Nothing exciting happened. Nothing bad happened either, so I consider that a good week! What’s going on this … Continue reading
Monday evening, Bailey sat down to write an essay about Tigers. Yes, write. Not type. 🙂 He had been in his room a while before I decided to go check in on him. He’d gotten quite a bit accomplished already, … Continue reading
Why does entering a room make you forget things? Check this out and see if this fits you. Does this ever happen to you?
After the Penn State ordeal, do you feel coaches have too much power over what goes on in colleges? Who do you feel should be in charge? Do you think colleges should be more about learning and less about sports? … Continue reading
With the increasing sexualization of young girls in the media, “parents are re-examining the toddlers-and-tiaras Disney princess craze and whether little girls become little women too soon.” Short of sequestering them from the media, how do we protect our young … Continue reading
What do you think of this? Was your prom the “best night of your life?” Would you like a “do-over” so you could have “A Second Shot to Have the Best Night of Your life?”
I had no idea that there was so much sugar in all this stuff. Check this out. What do you give your kids to drink? Do they drink a lot of pop, juice or these “vitamin” drinks? I know when … Continue reading
What do you think of this? A public school teacher allegedly posted disparaging comments about homosexuality on her Facebook page. Do you think this is okay? What should be the consequences?
I’m kind of wondering how you’ll all feel about this. Do you think you should pay the same for your insurance than those around you that are really living unhealthy lifestyles? More and more companies are starting to do this … Continue reading
San Francisco restaurant workers want to implement a 25% standard tip onto your bill for you. Here’s another view. What do you think of this? How much do you tip and does your tipping depend on your service? How you get … Continue reading
Did any of you happen to see the Ruth Madoff interview with her son Andrew on 60 Minutes Sunday night? I found it to be very sad. I find her to be a very sheltered woman and extremely naive. Here’s a small … Continue reading
Do you enjoy the thrill of a purchase from an infomercial, QVC, HLN? Here is an interview with someone who’s addicted to it. Sue wrote this post about “As seen on TV” but it was so long ago I thought … Continue reading