Jul 23 2010

Annoying things at the grocery store: are you doing these things?

A list of the 20 most annoying things at the grocery story was recently published. Some of the things on the list: using those oversized "toy car" carts, running back for "one more item" and holding up the line, blocking the aisle with your cart and going through the express lane with too many items! Gotta admit, I'm guilty of some of these. How about you? Guilty? Anything to add to the list? Here's the list: http://www.walletpop.com/blog/2010/07/14/20-most-annoying-things-at-the-grocery-store/
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Jul 23 2010

Tony Horton tells how to have an effective workout

Tony Horton, creator of the P90X workout series answers the question: "Is your workout too wimpy?!" Here's that WebMD article Tony was talking about: http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/features/is-your-workout-too-wimpy

Listen to Tony talk fitness

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Jul 23 2010

Ice cream truck for dogs?!

The world's first ice cream truck for dogs opens for business this weekend. Some of the "canine-friendly flavors" include "Dog Eat Hog World" and "Canine Cookie Crunch!" What do you think? Would you visit the ice cream truck for your dog?

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15-Year Old Dana Payne, Dies at Football Practice
Aug 22 2012

15-Year Old Dana Payne, Dies at Football Practice

15-year old HS player dies from 'normal football blow.' USA TODAY 

A 15-year old high school football player in Tennessee died Tuesday after being injured in practice, The Commercial Appeal of Memphis reported.

Dana Payne, a 5-11, 143-pound sophomore wide receiver for Millington Central High School, was pronounced dead at LeBonheur Children's Hospital.

Family friend Frank Sharp, who drove Payne to practice today and watched practice, told The Commercial Appeal that Payne suffered a "normal football blow."

"I had my back turned, but I heard the click," Sharp said. "He stopped breathing. They did CPR and they got him back in the ambulance. But about two minutes before they got to the hospital is when they lost him."

This is at least the third death involving a high school football player this season.

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8/22/2012 2:01:43 PM
julie United States
julie
How sad...I guess I'd forgotten how dangerous football can be. I am keeping his family in my prayers.
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