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Today is National Junk Food Day, or, as we called it most days in college: lunch and supper.
“Never Been Kissed” was a decent romantic comedy with a major flaw: the protagonist, a copy editor at a newspaper, had her own office.
In honor of the Fourth of July weekend, when I plan to do exactly nothing but rest and have fun – here are 10 of the worst household and yard chores, in no particular order (except for the first one):
One day, we'll look back at the early 21st century as a time when much of our privacy was washed away like the shoreline in a hurricane.
( A warning to younger generations: This is one of those stories akin to how, in our day, we walked three miles to school. In the snow. Without a coat.)
Looks like it took a nation not that into soccer to potentially bring down the rascals who run international soccer.
There are good reasons why there’s a bounce in your colleagues’ steps today.
Work anniversaries. Baby and wedding showers. Birthdays and holidays.