I joked around a bit with the title to this blog but the truth is , there are some ways that people actually die on Thanksgiving and all of them are totally avoidable. While I am quite confident we will all not only be fine and happy for this wonderful family holiday, it couldn't hurt to at least take a look at the biggest dangers.
There is so much bad to say about some of the players in the National Football League. Everything from arrests to blatant displays of poor judgement or sportsmanship. It reall can make you wonder if there are many good people out there anymore let alone professional athletes. So why is one football player's coming to tears in a post game interview making me so happy?
I know there is a lot of hype about "Black Friday" and holiday shopping, you will get it from all angles this week. Many of you will scour the flyers and on line advertisements of some of your favorite stores and try to get a game plan up for shopping while you are enjoying that after dinner pie on Thanksgiving. Fortunately I found a really good article at Wallethub.com where they did all the research for us.
I love it when a reporter is trying to do a story and without wanting to, they actually BECOME the story. This video looks to be from the Australian version of The Today Show or Good Morning America. A reporter for the station was in Venice Beach California doing a news report on skateboarding,
I remember being at the Taste of Country Music Festival in Hunter Mountain last year when it was announced that Tim McGraw would be headlining in 2015, I couldn't believe it. Then we announced that Keith Urban would also be making the trip to our back yard! Wow. Well now another artist is about to be announced and it is ANOTHER superstar!
I was just reading an article about the sneaky little ways stores try to get you to spend your hard earned money. You would be amazed at the amount of time and research that goes into "neuromarketing."
It's true, you never know where life is going to take you. One day you are getting a degree at an Ivy league school, starting your life as a Doctor or Scientist and the next you are a TV star.
I'm sure most people know that Matt Damon was actually a student at Harvard when he wrote "Good Will Hunting" or that Jodie Foster went to Yale but there may be a few celebrity "brainiacs" out there that may surprise you
I have always wondered what it would be like if all the fireworks planned for a show just went off at once. Now I don't have to wonder anymore because a malfunction caused an entire fireworks display to go of at once in Italy. I should start be saying that while this was a total accident , no one was seriously hurt so really it was just a very big waste of time and money.
I admit it , one of my favorite things about the internet is the really adorable kids that find there way onto YouTube. For some its sports clips, others just can't get enough of the cats but for me it's kids. This girl and her reaction to the 1987 Alvin and The Chipmunks Movie just makes me feel human.
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