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What's Good for the Goose...

Throughout my life, thus far at least, I have both received advice as well as given it. And I have found that it is often easier to give advice than it is to receive it. 320 more words

Life

Sign of Illness #3: Changes in Activity

The third subtle sign of illness in our feline companions is a change in activity.

A decrease in energy may be abrupt or gradual. People often mistake a gradual change in activity as a sign that their cat is “just getting older.” I make this mistake, too, and often have to remind myself that age is not a disease. 420 more words

Behavior

Unleash your child

Don’t you hate it when you see parents toting their children through a park while tethering them to a leash?  At least I do.

Did you know there’s a good chance that you are doing the same thing?   240 more words

Behavior

Government invests $10 million in robots for kids

Well, that didn’t take long. The government wants to build robots to influence childrens’ behavior, including eating habits.

According to the National Science Foundation grant–ten million dollars–the robots are needed to address “critical societal problems.” [1] … 134 more words

Bitch, You Ain't 21

By the title of this piece, you are probably assuming that it is about teen girls trying to sneak into the bar to party with the big boys. 935 more words

Food & Beverage

Proper Place Setting

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This is a diagram for what a proper place setting should look like.

Remember: with multiple pieces of silverware, start on the outside and work your way in. 15 more words

Dining Etiquette

The Animal School: A Fable

I do not know if you are familiar with this fable, but in this age of extreme rivalry among schools, I have decided to share this with you, and especially to the young parents, who sometimes forget that not every child can be what the parents want him/her to be. 430 more words

Behavior