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1.Six Phrases to Nix: Kick the Comfort Habit by Swearing Off These All-Too-Common Excuses
We all want to change our lives for the better—but most of us are too addicted to comfort to actually do it. Suzanne Evans explains why change means pain and highlights six comfort-seeking phrases you’ll need to erase from your vocabulary if you want to succeed. Hoboken, NJ (February 2014)—Have ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/24 06:07PM - Story - 1,508 Hits
2.Stuffing Headsets In The Kitchen Drawer: Expect A Beating
... a beating. They get shuffled around, knotted and twisted into a ridiculous ball of tangles. Many iPod owners retrieving headsets have an upsetting and annoying few minutes removing knots and tangles along with clinging pens, rubber bands, nails, screws, bottle stoppers, twine, loose matches, and clips for potato chip bags.
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/03 01:27PM - Story - 723 Hits
3.The Temperature Rises...6 Hours of Bahrain (World Endurance Championship - Round 6)
Following his second place finish at the South American round of this year’s FIA World Endurance Championship in Sao Paulo last weekend, Benoit Tréluyer and his team-mates Marcel Fässler and André Lotterer are eager to impress in the Middle East. With the thermometer climbing in Brazil, so circumstances appeared to ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/21 03:35PM - Story - 754 Hits
4.A Tea Party Senate Takeover
Michelle Malkin The tea party isn't dead. It's just looking down ballot. While fiscal conservatives remain split over the GOP presidential candidates, grassroots activists are coalescing around a stellar slate of limited-government candidates looking to reinforce and reenergize the right in Washington. And in the spirit of the modern-day tea ...
by Michelle Malkin on 02/15 09:28PM - Story - 1,821 Hits
5.Digesting the Thanksgiving Sandwich: Three Tips for Those Parenting Children and Parents During the Holidays By Donna Labermeier
Are you a certified member of the “Sandwich Generation?” Have you been placed in the position of “parenting” your aging parents while raising your own small children? Well, during Thanksgiving usually one of us is elected to be the hostess of the feast, and we all know how stressful and ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/26 01:31PM - Story - 1,070 Hits
6.'13 Assassins' Slices Through Competition
Filmmaker Takashi Miike has, well, blood in his blood. The prolific provocateur has crossed boundaries and cinematic borders with his eye-popping gore fests. 1999's "Audition" still holds as one of the scariest, most stomach-churning horror flicks the world over. American fright disciples fall all over themselves for a chance to ...
by Movie Reviewers on 05/04 08:49AM - Story - 1,973 Hits
7.Twelve On-the-Water Recreational Boat Towing Captains Honored for Heroism in 2010
Towing Captains Honored for Heroism With over 600 tow boats spread across the country responding to over 60,000 routine requests from boaters for on-the-water assistance, the law of averages dictates that the captains of these vessels are bound to run into life-threatening emergencies. And, as with any heroic act, the ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/15 06:33PM - Story - 1,410 Hits
8.Voters Speak: No to Soak-the-Rich Schemes
Do Americans share President Obama's desire to impose redistributive social justice on the well off? In liberal Washington State, of all places, voters gave a definitive answer this Tuesday: No! The resounding rejection of a punitive "Robin Hood" initiative shows that it's not just red-state Republicans who oppose extreme tax ...
by Michelle Malkin on 11/07 05:15PM - Story - 1,114 Hits
9.Sustainable seafood is a great catch
Sustainable seafood is a great catch Let the others have their patties and links. This summer, prep your grill for scallops and salmon and other creatures from the sea. The health benefits of seafood - low cholesterol, high protein and plenty of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids - make it an ...
by Anonymous on 07/05 07:16AM - Story - 2,428 Hits
10.The milky way: a galaxy of great cheeses
SAY CHEESE "What got me into cheese? I guess you'd say, cheese got into me," says author Laura Werlin, with a chuckle. Werlin remembers mining her grandmother's eggplant parmigiana for nuggets of melted cheese. Gooey grilled cheese - Kraft singles on white bread - was another childhood hit. "Any melted ...
by Anonymous on 12/29 07:09AM - Story - 5,677 Hits
11.Pressure cooker will have dinner ready in minutes
PRESSED FOR TIME? One kitchen pot holds these delicious, hyperbolic promises: - Fork-tender beef stew in 30 minutes. - Low-fat three-bean turkey chili in 10 minutes. - Chunky chicken noodle soup in eight minutes.
by Anonymous on 04/21 01:59AM - Story - 4,508 Hits
12.Taming the beast: Simple steps can make fudge fun
FUDGING IT One of the many supernatural, extraordinary things about my grandmother was her ability to make fudge (the real stuff - with sugar, heavy cream and corn syrup) without a candy thermometer. She could intuitively see a soft-ball stage coming the way animals sense impending earthquakes. I am not ...
by Anonymous on 12/23 01:56AM - Story - 4,579 Hits
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