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One of the perks of doing the night shift is that I can come in looks like this… With no one around at this time of night if I wake up right before I have to come in, I can just throw on some clothes and drive here.  That exactly explains tonight.  It’s a nice […]

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Most remember the hit song “Melt With You” from the British band Modern English.  The single was featured heavily on MTV, and has appeared in several movie soundtracks and on American and British television.  More people are shocked to hear that the group is still together and boking gigs around the world. Formed in Colchester, Essex, […]

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Last night towards the end of my shift, I got a text from a friend here in town.  He asked me if I would like to take a small road-trip to Houghton today to pick up his car.  I get to drive his car… Yes, I got to drive a 1989 Chevy Camaro.  I’ve never […]

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Adjective: Gullible (GULL-uh-bul) Definition: Easily duped or cheated Sample sentence: Carl’s sister couldn’t believe that he was gullible enough to fall for yet another urban legend.

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Camping is a fun way to get family and friends together to enjoy the outdoors. Take a few minutes to help ensure your camping trip is safe and healthy. Pack healthy snacks, fluids, adequate clothes, and a first aid kit. Never leave a campfire unattended. Before you leave, be sure you put out your campfire […]

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For many people, the thought of going on a diet is a daunting task.  Not just because they fear depriving themselves their favorite food; but for some the thought of bland, boring meals seems too much to overcome. One way to prevent this is to investigate low-calorie, flavorfull garnishes for main courses that take the […]

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One of the interesting things this morning was learning from Mark how the programming of music works for Sunny.  At first I thought it might be pretty complicated for programming a thousand songs and maybe more for an FM station that plays music 24/7. Really, it was surprisingly easy.  You can plug in songs, and […]

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Noun: Facsimile (fak-SIM-uh-lee) Definition: 1. An exact copy 2. A system of transmitting and reproducing graphic matter (as printing or still pictures) by means of signals sent over telephone lines Sample sentence: People can see a facsimile of the Emancipation Proclamation at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn.

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A small Canadian study found that practicing yoga twice weekly for eight weeks reduced the symptoms of chronic pain and mental stress in women with fibromyalgia. The study is the first to look at the effects of yoga on levels of the hormone cortisol in women suffering with fibromyalgia. The condition, which predominantly affects women, […]

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Adjective: Slaphappy (SLAP-hap-ee) Definition: 1. Dazed and confused: punch-drunk 2. Buoyantly or recklessly carefree or foolish: happy-go-lucky Sample sentence: The students were all a little slaphappy after pulling an all-nighter to finish their group project by morning.

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