A guide for what you need to buy, read or consume to enhance your recreation and travel experience
Chariot CX2 Jogging Stroller
What, you think this is too pricey (it's more than I spent on my first car) for a jogging stroller for your precious little one? Come on, doesn't your tot deserve a fully pimped ride when you're out on your morning run? This model has everything: drum brakes, a five-position reversible handlebar, water bottle cage, an extra-wide cockpit for your rug rat and a gazillion pockets and cubbyholes for all your parenting and running needs.
At one time or another, what fashion-conscious outdoorsman or woman hasn't thought about using their bracelet or key chain to save lives? Wait, you haven't? Obviously, you haven't heard of Rescue Bands' bracelets, lanyards, luggage tags, etc., made from "Paracord" (parachute rope cords) that can hold up to 550 pounds. So if you're in need of tying something (or somebody) down in the back- country, for instance, just unravel your bracelet and have at it.
Alaskan Brown Bear Web Cam
This will surely be a time-waster at work, when you really should be finishing up that spreadsheet. You can log on and catch the bears at Katmai National Park frolicking and pawing for salmon, and just being so darned cute.
U.S. Airports Most Likely to Cause Pandemics
A new study by MIT's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering charts how a flu pandemic might spread in the United States and lists which of the nation's top 40 airports will be the top spreaders:
1) JFK, New York City
2) Los Angeles
4) San Francisco
Lise Brunet, a French pollster, to the Associated Press concerning the rudeness of the French people: "In 2012, one thing is clear; the French are irritated and want a return to good manners. They've had enough of rudeness reached a limit."
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