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Gary Church: I felt like a real boob at the bra display
After noticing some of my T-shirts were looking a little bit tattered, I went shopping. I know it's close to Christmas, but I like to keep my underwear drawer full and fresh, so Santa doesn't have to bring me new ones.
Lisa Madras: I know it’s crazy, but I light up when traffic flows downhill
Do you ever celebrate the green lights? If you've lived in New Castle for even one day, you know we have more than our fair share of traffic lights. I'm all for safety, believe me, but come on, some of those lights are bit ridiculous.
Josh Drespling: My smart phone has helped me shed those dumb old devices
Many of the interesting little gadgets that I found so intriguing and helpful just a few years ago have become obsolete. It's not that I no longer have a use for these items and the information and aid they provided me. They have just been trumped by a single device.
Gary Church: No-shave November? I escaped by a whisker!
I don't think anyone realizes all the marital stress I have at home. My current strife is being caused by my wife refusing to buy me razor blades. She thinks the ones I use are too expensive.
Tim Kolodziej: Here's a photo experiment that just might make you smile
If you're a poser like I am sometimes, then this unique photography experiment just might make you smile. If nothing else, I hope it makes you think.
The Couch Potato: The ‘best’ of the worst shows on television
The old saying goes that “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” I’ve found that to be true many times in my life. In the most literal sense, I’ve had my garbage “stolen” off the curb by someone other than the garbage man.
Gary Church: Why did the chicken cross our back yard? I don’t want to hear a peep!
When I lived on the West Side, we had chickens. We didn't live on a farm. Our yard was only the size of a city lot. Someone asked me the other day, "Why did you raise chickens?"
Lisa Madras: I’m the only fraud when it comes to welfare charges
How honest are you with yourself? I like to think I live a life of integrity. That probably means different things to different people, so let me explain. To me, living with integrity means that you always try to do the right thing, and never intentionally hurt anyone.
Josh Drespling: Drats! It’s the cats — again!
I've had a love/hate week. It has been a seven-day span of happy firsts and a week awash with things that have made me despise their very existence. Let's start with the cats.
Gary Church: I was never college material — and now I know why
History was made last week when, for the first time, I entered a college classroom. Just making it through high school was hard enough for me. College never entered my mind. I finally got to see what I had missed.
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