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Memorable Trips To The Dentist In Ten Classic Sitcoms

Going to the dentist is far from a humorous experience, but somehow the best sitcoms have managed to find hilarity in episodes about the tooth doctor.

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TV Episodes Named After Song Titles

As my daughter was scanning through a list of episodes of Grey’s Anatomy, I noticed something unusual about their titles. Nearly every one of them was named after a well-known rock song, including “Let It Be” and “A Hard Day’s Night” by The Beatles. Several episodes took their title from REM songs, such as “Losing My Religion” and “Begin the Begin.

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How to Get Your Kids Interested in Sports or Physical Activities

Children should be getting at least one hour of physical activity per day. That’s an absolute minimum. When I was a kid, we spent so much time running around outside that it was never a question of just one hour, but nowadays, with phones, TV’s and iPa…

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Monsters Rise From the Grave in New Ways

Monsters Rise From the Grave in New Ways   Monsters Rise From the Grave in New Ways By Russell Dorn In the 1910s to the 1950s, many classic movie monsters, such as Frankenstein (1910), Nosferatu (1922), Dracula (1931), The Wolfman (1941), and The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1953), made their first mainstream appearances. These monsters leapt from the literary…

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