Prime Day is happening later this year, but that just means you don't have to hide your Christmas gifts for as long! Here are some of our favorite finds for this year's event. Be sure to keep checking back as we will update this page with new deals as we find them.
Have an old computer fried by a virus years ago sitting in the basement collecting dust? Maybe there's an old TV in the garage that won't work anymore because it's not compatible with the "digital switch" enacted a few years back? Whatever the case, here's you're chance to recycle those old technological relics of days gone by.
Yesterday, we heard about the tragic and sudden passing of actor James Gandolfini who played mob boss Tony Soprano in HBO's The Sopranos. The Sopranos was one of my favorite TV shows of all time, right up there with All In The Family. Gandolfini's brilliant portrayal of a monstrous, yet conflicted mobster who could never come to grips with his inner struggles was epic.
Dysart's Restaurant in Bangor, Maine wanted to do a local TV commercial. Oh sure, they could have hired professional actors to play the parts, but they wanted something a little more real that was an accurate reflection of their clientele so, they hired a local elderly couple to star in the commercial.
First of all, let me start by saying that I am NOT in favor of TVs in kids bedrooms, much to the dismay of my sons. This issue is such a hot button for me; it was one of the factors that led to a divorce. There is a new study out that links TVs in the kids' room to increased risk of obesity and disease, which is no surprise anymore because everything it seems puts kids at risk for something.
The holidays are quickly approaching and with black Friday just around corner some GREAT deals are ripe for the pickin. November is one of the best months to shop. Retailers hope for huge profits to start off the season of shopping to possibly make up for a not so profitable ending. Accordin...