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Breaking News – learning to read has never been so easy and fun

admin @ December 4, 2012 # No Comment Yet

Reading is an important part of a child’s growth and development and getting them started so that it is included as a well loved part of their life is a key step. The Starfall website has created an ingenious way for kids of all levels to feel empowered in their own progress. No matter what […]

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PETA is Bringing Animal Abuse to World Attention

admin @ July 11, 2012 # No Comment Yet

PETA’s animal rights campaigns are far reaching and include such things as ending the use of fur and leather, the consumption of dairy products and meat, hunting and trapping, fishing, factory farming, bull fighting and circuses, just to name a few. Often maligned by their detractors and joked about by late night talk show hosts, […]

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FAA Glitch grounds planes

Rob @ November 19, 2009 # No Comment Yet

In a moment eerily similar to that in 2001, the FAA was forced to ground hundreds of flights, stranding thousands of passengers, in what was one of the largest computer glitches that has plagued the air traffic controllers since August 2008.  The potential problems from an error in the FAA’s air traffic control systems are […]

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Cranky old Floridians

andrea @ October 21, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Florida has been known to be the land of idiots. As a Floridian, I’d like to think that this isn’t necessarily true, but I can’t ignore the facts. There are some very ignorant and straight up stupid people who live here. Considering that Florida has a very large amount of elderly people, perhaps we can […]

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Blog Holds Ralph Lauren Responsible for Inappropriate Photo Editing

andrea @ October 8, 2009 # No Comment Yet

It comes as no surprise that print advertisements are edited. In fact, most things media-related are edited. Still, it’s always disturbing when you see a model with a waist smaller than her head. The last installment of such a fiasco comes from Ralph Lauren.

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Evil, sinister, deadly… High fructose corn syrup: not as bad as the bandwagon thought?

Brittany @ October 6, 2009 # One Comment

I’m sure you’ve seen it. The commercial with a bunch of little kids on stage performing a third or fourth-grade play for an audience full of parents, dressed as green, red and orange vegetables and fruits. Everything is sweet and cute until suddenly, out of the corner of your eye (or screen) you notice the […]

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“Education President” lives up to name

andrea @ September 8, 2009 # No Comment Yet

As a person who has been in America’s public school system since pre-school, I would like to congratulate President Obama on doing something that should have been done a long time ago. Someone of merit told American students to get their lives in order.

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Florida teacher turned porn star… What else is new?

Brittany @ August 31, 2009 # No Comment Yet

How many more of these stories am I going to read about?! That’s precisely the first thought that came to my mind after reading the latest news story about the latest teacher turned latest sex fiend…oh, I’m sorry, porn star. Oh yes, and not to mention, how many times am I going to read about […]

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Irony of the term ‘miles per gallon’

Rob @ August 13, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Chevrolet made big waves this week with the announcement of the Volt, the electric car by General Motors — Government Motors if you are so inclined to label — has slated to be the crowning achievement of the post-bankruptcy company, and a delivery on the promise to make a leaner, meaner and more energy efficient […]

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British boxer keeping his gloves, undergoing sex change

Brittany @ August 3, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Usually when we think of boxers we imagine fit, larger upper-bodied and strong, tough or otherwise masculine looking men. Trumpets and horns may even start sounding in your mind to the theme song of Rocky being played as he makes his way up the stairs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. My point is, the […]

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