Did You Know? (May 24)

Muppets are almost always left handed; this is due to the fact that the puppeteers that control them use their dominant hand (usually right) to control the head of the muppet and their non-dominant hand (usually left) to control the wand which moves the muppet’s hand. How to Geek

Given up, No. On top again, Yes.

Q. Has Brad Pitt given up? answered by Joan Wall Brad Pitt has, yet again, charmed Hollywood. Over the past few months Brad has delivered a series of hilariously self-deprecating acceptance speeches after winning the Golden Globes, SAG and Critics Circle awards for his role as stuntman Cliff Booth in “Once Upon a Time in…Hollywood”. […]

When a State Park Is As Exciting As the Alps

Travel During a Pandemic by Neal Freyman Good Saturday morning. Did we catch you at home? Thought so. Memorial Day Weekend, typically one of the busiest travel periods in the U.S., is almost unrecognizable this year. Highways are open, airports are mostly empty…even the line at Seacrets in Ocean City isn’t looking too bad. None […]

Is that how selfish ppl have become?

Q. What happens to adults with Down syndrome when their parents can’t look after them any more? answered by Jodie Bishop Just a short back story here. I am the 3rd child of 6 kids. My mom had a stillbirth of her 5th child and my sister Kathy, is her 6th. Kathy was born with […]

Did You Know? (May 21)

Cunningham’s Law, named after the inventor of the wiki, Ward Cunningham, states that the best way to get the right answer on the Internet is not to ask a question, but to post the wrong answer.

What Are Antimicrobial Fabrics (and Do They Work)?

by Elyse Hauser Wondering if it’s worth it to buy antimicrobial clothing and face masks? Here’s a closer look at how these fabrics work, and what they can (and can’t) do. There are no simple solutions when it comes to suiting up to protect yourself from a pandemic-level viral outbreak. After all, if such a […]

“the Powder Donut defense.”

Q. What is the most unorthodox way someone was ever proven innocent in court? answered by Bruce Tharpe, Attorney (1989-present) I had a client one time on trial for possession of cocaine. We went to trial because we had nothing to lose. My client had been to prison three times. He had just gotten out. […]