When we talked about people tracing their ancestry yesterday I mentioned one of the things that made me think of it was my fiancee, a school teacher, was at Ellis Island with her students on a field trip. While there she sent me this picture of a creepy sign on display.
We all know smoking does so many bad things, one of which is age you. Now comes medical research about something else that is shown to age you just as much. You probably have it in your fridge right now.
In Washington state, Gavin Seim is a constitutional activist who really knows his laws. He's also a private citizen with brass balls. He saw a cop patrolling and pulling people over for traffic violations in an unmarked car. He decided to pull the cop over. Yes. A private citizen pulled a cop over and reamed him out.
Don't watch the live news interview in the foreground. Watch the guy on the pier in the background. He's trying to get in on the action and take a picture. What he doesn't notice means he's going to have to buy a new camera and find some dry clothes
The Atlantic put out this very cool map of where NFL teams have their fans. For example, you know Washington State is going to be Seahawks territory, but did you think how that base bleeds through almost all of Alaska? Check out the map here.
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