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Oh, suddenly it’s the middle of September and you’re starting to think about Halloween?  Time goes by quickly, but this time of year seems it seems to be on treadmill for us.   So, Halloween is just over a month away and you’re noodling some costume ideas…we’ve created some tips and trends for kids, adults and your parties from Buy Costumes.

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Go beyond the basic costumes-it’s far easier than you think

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I remember seeing Star Wars with my dad in the theater.  That was back in the day and he wasn’t too jazzed about it.  Granted he was probably happy to hang out with me and that I was so happy to go.  It’s a different scene now.  On Saturday, September 27 at 10:45 there will be a one-time showing of Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion at Atlantic Station.

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The Force is strong with you if read more you do

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Get cooking with #ShroomTember, #Blendability, less fat & more flavor

September 15, 2014

In #ShroomTember you have the chance to win a $500 prize just by creating your own mushroom recipe. The categories are 1. Simple dinner: with mushrooms and created in under 30 minutes. 2. Blendability: take out some meat/add some mushrooms, much like we did and 3. Mushroom burger recipe. You don’t have to be a fun guy to celebrate. $500 would go a long way towards rewarding someone, getting rid of debt or simply capping off a great day.

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Test driving the Ford F-150 during our working staycation

September 15, 2014

Another powerful safety bonus for parents is the 360-degree camera. From inside the vehicle you have a bird’s eye view of every side around the truck. There is a camera in the front, on each mirror and on the back that allows you to navigate tight trails to narrow parking spots.
Driving the Ford F-150 we liked its interior space and comfort for the family. It’s spacious and the kids in the back seat could not even come close to kicking the front seats. There are also lots of technical tricks that make driving a pickup a simpler experience for those that aren’t used to driving them.

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Join the #Manwich #NoPhoneZone twitter party on 9.18 for prizes & more!

September 15, 2014

Me, I’m pining for the Pyrex Saucepan. I want to look at my food on the stove cook. That’s the way El Gringo from The Three Amigos would cook.
That’s the #Manwich #NoPhoneZone twitter party, 7 PM CT on Thursday, September 18. Just use #Manwich to follow along for the cooking tips and more. Don’t forget to RSVP-see you there!

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The Simpsons Family History: Aye carumba this is awesome

September 14, 2014

There are some very funny stills from a later episode that deals with Home when is a little boy and Mona, his mother has become an activist. She says good-bye and that she’s going to chain herself to a nuclear submarine, leaving him momentarily distraught until he discovers KFC in the refrigerator. It’s fascinating to see the growth that the series underwent from that period to where they are today. The show is still very funny across many platforms and when I look at The Simpson’s Family History it brings such a big smile to me.

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Join Cinnamon Toast Crunch celebrate 30 years and win cool stuff

September 13, 2014

Time is a merciless foe and a constant reminder of bad hairstyles, questionable clothing choices and music that you can’t believe you once loved.  Some of those things that celebrate anniversaries are great and timeless- unlike those epaulets from the 80s.  This year marks the 30th anniversary of Cinnamon Toast Crunch and to celebrate they’re […]

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Sabor! from Whistlefritz continue to be Spanish language that our kids love

September 12, 2014

The songs on Sabor! are catchy. For adults who are in the same area as children who need to hear things repeated more often than us it doesn’t get old. The payoff for listening to Buenos Dias Amiguitos dozens upon hundreds of time is when your children start to repeat or sing the songs.
Now when I try to sing the songs our oldest says “stop, I’m singing”, while putting his hand out like he’s stopping traffic.

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