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September 29 Is National Coffee Day

You missed it. Yesterday was National Coffee Day, with many coffee shops and coffee chains offering free cups of coffee. I suppose Sunday might typically be a slow day for coffee houses, so that’s why they decided to enjoy a cup on them.

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A Special Day To Recognize Native Americans

Today is Native American Day. It’s always on the fourth Friday in September. It’s a day set aside to honor and celebrate Native Americans, the first ones to live in what is now the United States.

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Wild Pigs A Growing Problem

I see deer and turkey in my neighborhood nearly every day all year long. Occasionally I see foxes and I hear coyotes. But a suburban neighborhood near Atlanta has a problem that’s spreading across the country – wild pigs.

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You Won’t Believe How Much Money People Gamble Online

Americans spent $2.6 billion in online gambling last year, even though it’s still illegal in 47 states.

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Do You Know Basic American History?

Came across some statistics from yahoo.com that are very sad. Is it our educational system or is it people just don’t care? We always laugh when Jay Leno or Jimmie Kimmel take the cameras to the streets and ask people basic American history questions

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When Being Overweight Is A Benefit

It’s always being pounded into us that we have to pay attention to our diet, we have to eat healthy and watch our weight if we want to live a long life. But believe it or not there’s a new study that says just the opposite. Middle-aged people (aged 40 – 60) with a body mass index (BMI) in the category of slightly overweight had a higher chance of living longer than any other weight category.

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Today Is POW/MIA Recognition Day

It always falls on the third Friday of September, POW/MIA Recognition Day is a day of remembrance and hope for the safe return of American Prisoners of War, and those still Missing in Action. It’s also a day when we appeal for the return of the remains of soldiers killed in foreign countries

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The Best Dogs To Run With

I was heading home from the grocery store and I saw a young woman jogging down the road along with her dog. And it really was more than a jog. She was moving along at a good pace. I don’t know how long or how far she was running, but I got to thinking what if the dog doesn’t want to go running? Is she running too fast for the dog?

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Shaping His Body To Become Superman

He’s 36 years old and for the past 16 years he’s had 19 plastic surgeries to transform himself into his idol – Superman. Herbert Chavez of the Philippines has had nose jobs, lip liposuction, skin whitening, jaw realignment, pectoral implants and abdominal implants.

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Can You Imagine Congress Working This Smoothly These Days?

Can you imagine a group of politicians getting together in this day and age and agreeing on a new form of government? With so much back biting and bitterness can you imagine any member of Congress saying…”yeah, that sounds like a great idea, let’s go with it”? Eventually they come to some sort of agreement, but often it takes forever.

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Did You Ever Eat Play-Doh As A Kid?

Do kids play with Play Doh anymore? Just in case parents forgot, today is National Play-Doh Day. It recognizes a great childhood play thing invented in the 1950s.

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The new World Trade Center tower as seen from the 9-11 Memorial Plaza (Getty Images)
The new World Trade Center tower as seen from the 9-11 Memorial Plaza (Getty Images)
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World Trade Center — The Cost Of A Name

Sometimes you have to wonder “what were they thinking?” The Port Authority of New York owned the World Trade Center twin towers and the entire complex of buildings at the site, and they also own the new tower going up to replace the destroyed towers.

But the Port Authority has to pay thousands of dollars a year just to use the name “World Trade Center.” Why? Because they sold the rights to the name to a non-profit group for $10 in 1986.

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