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CJ’s Top 5 Ways to Stay Awake on a Solitary Road-trip

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Cross country road-trips can be dangerous entities, especially when attempted alone in the dead of the night. Many a person has fallen off the face of the earth never to be heard from… Continue reading

Rare Device Predicts Future Is Uncertain

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– Cherry-Hill District Recently local resident Bonzo Flemington found more than he bargained for at a garage sale. Mr. Flemington is a self proclaimed oddity-collector, with a special interest in items that predict… Continue reading

Roscoe Limps to Victory Over Cozo’s U.S. Debut

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– Comstock Park The blustery weather led to an eventful today on the emerald greens during the first and second qualifying rounds of AJ’s Comstock Classic. The real competition focused on the duel… Continue reading

Shave and a… Burger. Two Bits.

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Over the years, companies have found it mutually beneficial to team up and offer their various products and services together, usually only for a limited time. The basic idea makes sense, expose new… Continue reading

Something’s Rotten in the Board Game Aisle

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When I think tile word games, the natural connection I come up with is fruit. Apparently I am not alone. Top toy company, The Parker Brothers, is getting a run for its money… Continue reading

The Origins of The Term ‘Neuromechanic’

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This is the first in a new BFD series, where we look at the world through the eyes of a self-proclaimed ‘neuromechanic.’ In order to understand the mindset, I offer this to help… Continue reading

Madness from the Breakfast Table

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Stress-disorders and Paranoia in Every Box!   If breakfast is indeed the most important meal of the day, then looking at what the Millennial generation ate before heading off to elementary school may… Continue reading

It’s Made of People!? Looking into Cannibalism in the Frozen Treats Industry

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It started several weeks ago, when Baskin Robbins unveiled its new summertime treat: Monkey Brain Sherbet. Most food critics and the population in general thought the gimmick was in poor taste, but competing… Continue reading