A wildlife technician, Richard Thomas, took the famous tongue twister, “how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood” and calculated a rough estimate of what the answer would actually be. It came out to be around 700 pounds
This Mother’s Day I prepared my family’s annual Mother’s Day brunch. Usually every year I wake up early and enlist my siblings as my sous chef when I can get them to roll out of bed – it tends to end up being my Dad as my sous chef with my siblings joining in at […]Continue reading “Home fries with Crispy onions — Living Liberty”
This is one of my husband’s recipes, and it is a good one. We cannot have a smoker at our apartment, so my husband asked the chef at his store (Chef Josh is pretty awesome. I also have his carrot cake recipe) for some ideas on how to cook ribs in the oven. This isContinue reading “Oven Baked Ribs — Feeding Mitchell — My Meals are on Wheels”
“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross has the coveted late-May weekend virtually to herself with “The High Note,” as summer studio releases hold back for a time when it’s safe to return to theaters. Still, if you’re caught up TV and looking for new movies worth seeing, there are enticing offerings on Netflix, Amazon and HBO… viaContinue reading “New Movies to Watch This Week: ‘The High Note,’ ‘The Vast of Night,’ ‘Screened Out’ — Variety”
The United States aviation industry has been showing small hints of recovery this month, with passenger numbers slowly rising. However, during a virtual conference call yesterday, United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby admitted that even though demand is growing, his company does not know when it will bounce back to pre-COVID-19 levels. China has operated moreContinue reading “Chinese aviation has outgrown America — © blogfactory”
While dinosaurs roamed the earth, they lived on every continent including Antarctica.
Geomelophagia is someone who has the urge to eat raw potatoes.
One of the World Trade Center’s was built to be 1,776 feet tall on purpose to reference the year the Declaration of Independence was signed.
The world’s longest place name has 85 letters & is located in New Zealand.
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