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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, December 13 2017 @ 02:29 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, December 13 2017 @ 02:29 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Gather 'round, pilgrims, and test your knowledge of Turkey Day trivia


TURKEY TRIVIA
TURKEY TRIVIA
The NFL game on television is so boring you wouldn't watch the second half if Vince Lombardi himself walked through the front door and held a gun to your head.

The turkey tranquilizer you ingested an hour ago is making your midsection press uncomfortably against your already unbuckled waistband and has left you feeling like a couple of dwafs: Sleepy and Dopey.

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Tips for getting parents online


The computer has become an important social hub. We use it to keep friends and family updated via e-mail. We learn about local events online. And, of course, we share digital photos and videos.

But if your mom and dad don't have a computer, they're left out. With some time and patience, though, you can get them online.

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Turn grown sibling rivalry into revelry


RIVALRY INTO REVELRY
RIVALRY INTO REVELRY
You're all grown up, but you're still having the same old squabbles with your brothers and sisters. How do you get past sibling rivalry and enjoy your relationship as adults?

The issue might be too painful or complex for readers to resolve, but we do have some professional guidance from Leonard Felde, a therapist in private practice in Los Angeles and author of "When Difficult Relatives Happen to Good People" (Rodale, $15). 

There are at least two effective ways to overcome sibling rivalry.

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Lost on the Turnpike


Turnpike
It was a dark and stormy night when my phone rang. The caller ID said that it was the NJ Turnpike calling and set me to wondering if it was because I had been stuck there last Monday. “Help, I’m lost.” Came the tearful cry from one of my relatives. “I’m at the Turnpike and don’t know where I am.” 

After ascertaining that she was okay and the fact that in the heavily trafficked rain swept roadway, she had made a wrong turn, I spoke to John Person, one of the two Turnpike supervisors stationed at 18W.

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Bergen Community College Center for Business and Industry to Host a Free Busines


Sponsored by Bergen County Workforce Investment Board and Bergen Community College’s Division of Continuing Education Center for Business and Industry 

The Bergen Community College Center for Business and Industry, in partnership with the Bergen County Workforce Investment Board, is hosting a free business seminar titled “Train the Trainer”—led by Rita Williams-Bogar, President and CEO of Personal Development Solutions, LLC— Friday, December 8, 2006 from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., at the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center, TEC 128, at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Rd., Paramus, NJ 07652.

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Bergen Community College Professors Receive Advanced Nurse Educator Certificatio


CNE
CNE
Dr. Maria C. Fressola, of Hewitt, and Professor Sharon J. Zaucha, of Hasbrouck Heights, both Associate Professors of Nursing at Bergen Community College were recently approved as Certified Nurse Educators (CNE) by the National League for Nursing. They received the certification after passing the highly competitive and rigorous CNE examination to distinguish themselves as two of only 287 Certified Nurse Educators in all of the United States. The Certified Nurse Educator designation validates their expertise in both the fields of nursing and of education.

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Parents don't know that some games can surf the Net


HIGH-TECH GAMES
HIGH-TECH GAMES
The new Nintendo Wii and Sony PlayStation 3 are expected to be hot holiday items, but some consumer advocates are urging parents to take a closer look at their gift lists.

They say many are unaware that most of the newer game consoles allow players to surf the Internet, play games with strangers or do both.

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Latest modems for laptops deliver speedy Net access


HIGH-WIRELESS ACT
HIGH-WIRELESS ACT
Now that many people can access the Internet via fast connections on their home computers, the next frontier is connecting at high speed from laptops - without wires and from anywhere.

Three companies - Novatel Wireless, Sierra Wireless and Kyocera Wireless - are helping drive the future of wireless connectivity.

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Meet Renee, Mayor Tedesco's 'new' wife!


Renee Tedesco
Hearing that Renee Tedesco was well on the way to recovery, I asked for and received permission to interview her. An upbeat lady, she was candid about the procedures and caveats that she now faces. While not out of the woods, she started rehabilitation today.

After a 6½ hour ordeal under the knife at NY Presbyterian Hospital three weeks ago for her double lung transplant, Renee was able to sit up, walk around, even carry outside the two pet dogs who were barking away when I arrived. Good watchdogs; wonderful woman!

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North Korean leader harbors penchant for all things NBA


BIG HOOP DREAMS
BIG HOOP DREAMS
The image most Westerners probably have of Kim Jong Il, the reclusive North Korean leader who recently tested a nuclear device, is that of a diminutive, diabolical dictator with big glasses and even bigger hair, sitting in one of his lavish palaces with a tray of Beluga caviar and Hennessy XO cognac, one finger firmly on the button.

Which probably isn't too far from the truth - the button being on a television remote control.

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