Well, not the real Walter White, or the actor, Bryan Cranston that plays him on AMC's Breaking Bad. I saw this yesterday and it surprised me, but then I thought to myself, the place is called “Toys R Us”, not “Kids Toys R Us”.
I know that last week was National Fire Prevention Week, but it’s never a bad time to think about fire prevention, and as we creep hesitantly towards winter, now would be a good time to remind people of some things to do to prepare you home for the winter months.
Good afternoon parents. As a parent of an asthmatic child, this is something that has me really concerned about the recent increase in cases of the virus. Here is some information that you may or may not have already seen about the Enterovirus 68, or EV-D68, the virus that has us frightened here in the U.S., because it has been known to be a connection to paralysis in a few states, and even a death in Rhode Island, although it is still being investigated.
Arguably the debate of the century, or quite possibly of all time, at least since toilet paper has been placed on rolls. Relationships have ended over it, friendships crushed, and who knows, maybe even wars started over it.
If you are anything like me, when you get your mobile phone bill, whether it be paper copy, or online, maybe you glance at it quickly and then proceed to just pay it without thinking too much about it.
We all love looking at the changing colors of the leaves. Very picturesque, right? But, they don’t look so good in your yard, so you want to rake them up and get them out of your yard as soon as possible, right?
As a pet owner myself, of course I believe wholeheartedly that pets have feelings. I always know when my cat Rascal, and my dog Maddie, are happy, sad, upset, scared, tired, and so on. In case there are some out there who are skeptical of whether or not pets have feelings, take a look at this video and tell me it doesn't change your views
In this day and age, we have certainly come to rely on online web sites to provide us with up to date information on services in our area, restaurants, mechanics, barbers, and so on. But, did you ever imagine that companies would stoop so low as to pay customers to give them a good review on Yelp?
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