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  • Happy Anniversary Peeps

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Jelly beans are my favorite, but you've got to give a shout out to the bright colored marshmallow's 60th anniversary. 

    A serving of these party peeps, 5 chick-shaped pieces equals 28 calories,  each sugar ball has 7.2 grams of carbs.

    Give a curtsey to the Cadbury Creme Eggs or the  Peeps Court -

    Happy Easter! 

    photos courtesy-asunews.asu.edu,tumblr.com,apartmenttherapy.com,washingtonpost.com

  • Strangest tsa catches

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    With almost 2 million passengers screened daily, the TSA has seen some crazy things

    Snakes, really? (had to close my eyes when copying that video)  Turtles, birds and fish are other animal's that don't slow the line down much, no shoes to take off.

    The security line's found a stungun disguised as a smart phone. Ammo, grenades and firearms happen frequently.  More Weekly bizarre items are posted on their blog.

  • What's for Dinner? Roadkill

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Antelope, deer, elk, moose

    If you can scrape it up you can eat it with Montana's new law. The Senate gave the bill intitial backing this week. Senator Larry Jent, D-Bozeman said, "It really is a sin to waste a good meat."

    Opponents question if the meat would be safe and create liability issues for food banks. 

    Roadkill Cuisine for Christmas?


  • Power Shopping this weekend

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Are you ready to power shop with Pj Saturday, March 23rd? Fun starts @ 9!

    Shipshewana On The Road is cruising into the Kalamazoo County Expo Center, 2900 Lake Street, Kalamazoo, 49048.

                                            Saturday 9-6pm and Sunday 10-5pm


  • Would you Ax the Axe

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    A Pennsylvania high school is asking boys to stop wearing Axe body spray after a student suffered a life-threatening allergic reaction

    Is it a quantity deal or would you Ax in schools?

    photo courtesy- in-this-economy.com,expatandthecity.blogspot.com

  • Yes, you can say NO

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Is it hard for you to say no-

    It isn't easy, Pamela Redmond Satran wrote "1000 Ways to Be a Slightly Better Woman" to help say the 2 letter word easier.


    My favorites are; I'd love to, but I just don't have the time, I made a resolution to start saying no more often, and not this year! I don't know about you, but I just can't say yes.


    photo courtesy-anthonyfernando.com

  • A mattress fit for a King

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Savoir Beds launched the Royal Bed

    A mere $175,000 price tag.  It takes 700 hours of labor, contains curled Latin American horse tail, Mongolian cashmere, woven silk.

    The works done by the Royal School of Needlework, that worked on Princess Kate's dress. 

    I don't know about you, but this looks more fun than sleeping on horse tails

    photo courtesy-fanclub.bingohollywood.com

  • Confused Cat or Goat

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Pickles is not a vegetable, a kitten with a strange accent

    Next he'll know 3 languages

    and be on Dancing with the Stars


    photo courtesy-sodahead.com

  • Manti Te'o St. Patty's Float

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Manti had his honorary float yesterday in Baton Rouge

    Above the #5 Te'o jersery it says, "Irish my girlfriend was real"

  • Corned Beef & Cabbage in the Slow Cooker

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Garlic, check.

    Cabbage, of course, carrots, and 6 medium red tators will complete this easy slow cooker dish.

    -Start with 6 heads of garlic and 6 1/2 lb. corned beef in 6 cups of water.  Cover and cook on high for 5 1/2 hours.

    -Add an additional 4 cups of water, cook on low an hour and 1/2 (til beef is tender). Transfer corned beef into a large pan, cover w/foil. Toss garlic away.

    -Add 6 carrots and 6 med. red potatoes to the cooker for about 2 hours.  Then you're ready for the cabbage, 2 lb. cut into 6 wedges, cook another 45 minutes.

    You'll want mustard and horseradish when it's ready to dish out.

  • Twinkies return

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Metropolous & Co. and Apollo Global Mgmt. are buying the tasty Hostess treat

    The new owners hope to have Twinkies back on the shelves this summer. Did you stockpile the sponge filled cakes?