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Bride texting at altar is ‘teachable moment’
Pretty soon, these iPhones are going to join Mensa, buy pocket protectors and plastic-rimmed glasses, and start taking scholarships from our iAverage human children.
'Smart' steering wheel could drive us over the edge
... researchers for BMW are developing a steering wheel with tiny sensors in it that monitor what I’ll call “skin conductance,” mainly because that’s what the researchers called it and it makes me sound smart.
No need for Happy Hot Dog Man, just add chocolate
It seems people no longer want to work for anything, except for me, of course, who always carries a sign “Will work for chocolate.”
- Yes, there’s an app for annoying teens
- Yes, There's an app for annoying teens
Will Shannon grow up to be tweet monitor?
I’ve always encouraged her to think of professions that might not be listed in the college handbook. You know, ice cream taster or a non-attorney spokesperson.
In the old days, college was about suffering
There’s something to be said for the argument that we want our children to be better off than we are and I certainly don’t want my child to suffer. But, at 18, should she really have a better phone, a nicer car and a more luxurious place to live than me?
- This is our house; we must protect it
Will chocolate bar be lasting memorial?
So I was thinking … maybe I’ll have an interesting epitaph or monument placed on my grave when I die.
There's a little diva in all of us, often wearing Spanx
I was privileged last Sunday to get to “perform” at an Art on the Square Arts League event called “Desserts with the Divas.” Guess what? I was a diva.
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