Author Archives: Stephanie Small

Making your smartphone part of the act

Who cares about talking. It’s the games, movies, digital photos, and hundreds of crazy apps that make smartphone users love their pocket-sized devices.

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Dunkin’ Donuts is whispering in your ear

Advertisements are everywhere in today’s world. With billboards, televisions, the radio, and even our reading material bombarded with ads pushing product, it’s only a matter of time before they find their way into our cell phone conversations.

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Beware the yellow liquid in the odd sink

Visiting foreign places is exciting. New sights, sounds, and tastes give travelers an eye-opening view into life outside their home territory.

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Fun ways to take revenge on would-be thieves

Getting ripped off really stinks. While someone else is out having fun with what’s rightfully yours, you’re left with lost time, money, and good humor.

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Dancing baby redefines the shuffle

Watching babies crawl is adorable and wondrous — it’s their first stumbling act as they begin the long journey to independence.

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Here’s one way to get up the mountain

Snow sports are almost always a fun way to celebrate winter. Skiing or snowboarding — sometimes the hardest part is just getting up the hill.

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Bandleader plays more than symphonic music

Anger can elicit all sorts of different reactions — tears, a tantrum, or walking away — all fairly harmless ways to let it out.

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Fiberglass never tasted so dog-gone good

Vandalism can earn you some serious jail time — especially if you’re damaging some cop’s beloved cruiser.

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It’s not April 1 without a pranking or two

Happy April Fools’ Day! For those unaware, today is the one day of the year when you can play pranks on friends and family — and get away with it! Whether it’s a classic like putting salt in the sugar bowl or something entirely new, don’t let the day go by unpranked.

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The sincerest form of feathery flattery

The old saw that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery can take many forms — someone who copies your dress, someone who copies your mannerisms, someone who steals your favorite catch phrases.

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