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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

ABC: The Cost of a Good Night's Sleep

There were too many headlines catching my attention this morning and I decided to take the time, sift through them and share my comments on those which immediately prompted a comment rushing through my brain.

Concerning the cost of a good night sleep, that is easily solved. After taking a look at the price tag of a decent mattress you are out cold.

CBS: Teens are sending 60 texts a day, study says.
Is texting supposed to be the advanced equivalent of the old fashioned Thumb war game?

CNN: 14-year-old buys house, rents it out.
That is quite impressive. He must have started building up his credit score the moment he was born.

Fox News: Obama Raises Eyebrows With New Executive Order.
My eyebrows never had a chance to come down ever since he moved into the White House.

Fox News: 101-year-old woman sets world paragliding record.
Let's put it on record that you are never too old to learn and are as old as you feel.

MSNBC: New $30 million tower the future of world cities?
And what future is that; the future of bankrupt cities?

Yahoo!: Hillary Clinton wades into Amelia Earhart mystery.
Does that mean that she is going to vanish into thin air also and never show up again?

Yahoo!: What's the longest word in the dictionary?
No, it is not supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, but a 1,185-letter term which I will spare you.

It would only cost you more sleep trying to pronounce it!

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