My grandpa grew up during the great depression so he developed a habit of always cleaning his plate. So as he finished his meal he moved his attention to the side dish. No one else seemed to notice my grandpa staring quizzically at this rather large green lump.
But it’s still one of our better options when it comes to establishing an off world colony. The planet’s gravity is about one third that of Earth’s, meaning it’s not quite as extreme as what you’d experience on the moon. And although it would take months for a spacecraft to travel between Earth and Mars under ideal conditions, it’s still a closer target than any other candidates (except for our moon).
Other things about him: Used to have a problem with flopping too much and had a horrible haircut. Probably the most emotional player we have, and takes losses personally. On the negative side that can lead to him taking bad shots, but more often it a positive where Smart will do whatever it takes for this team.
When it’s time to dry, use a low heat or air cycle setting for as long as is necessary to get all the moisture out of your pillows. Any dampness left behind will encourage mold growth. The experts at Clean My Space suggest getting two clean tennis balls and tying them up separately inside two socks.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileCanada Post has sent out a notice warning homeowners to remove Christmas decorations from handrails because they can be a hazard for letter carriers. (CBC/Steve Rukavina)By CBC NewsThousands of homeowners in the Montreal area have received a notice from Canada Post asking them to remove Christmas decorations from their handrails or risk having their mail cut off.A media relations manager at Canada Post in Ottawa said holiday ornaments such as garlands and lights can be dangerous for letter carriers going up and down peoples’ front steps.He said the company’s safety policy concerning mail delivery and stairs is clear, and Canada Post sends out a reminder every Christmas.Canada Post said more than 580 on the job accidents or falls occurred in Quebec in the last year and 80 per cent of those were on stairs or at entries.Ghislaine St Pierre, who lives on Montreal’s South Shore, has been wrapping garlands and lights around her handrail for five years and said she has no intention of taking them down.”I think it’s ridiculous,” she said in French. “There are more important things in life to worry about than nonsense like this.”Read more.Do you think it’s fair for Canada Post to demand that people remove decorations from their handrails to help prevent delivery accidents? Let us know in the comments below.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.