Not taking chances. Bathrooms scare me enough already....

Not taking chances. Bathrooms scare me enough already....

Many of us who search for meaning, read the Christian Bible more closely than the Tea Party types ever will. Sad.

Many of us who search for meaning, read the Christian Bible more closely than the Tea Party types ever will. Sad.

Just a little southeast of Phoenix, AZ, the Outback Steakhouse restaurants line up in a five-point star. I'd hate to be staying in a hotel right in the middle of that delicious steak pentagram--OH WAIT. The road that runs through is called the Superstition Freeway. It's a demon trap made of Outback Steakhouses. What is in the center. WHAT IS IN THE CENTER. IS THAT A GATE TO HELL. [[Walmart Supercenter]] .....yes.

Just a little southeast of Phoenix, AZ, the Outback Steakhouse restaurants line up in a five-point star. I'd hate to be staying in a hotel right in the middle of that delicious steak pentagram--OH WAIT. The road that runs through is called the Superstition Freeway. It's a demon trap made of Outback Steakhouses. What is in the center. WHAT IS IN THE CENTER. IS THAT A GATE TO HELL. [[Walmart Supercenter]] .....yes.

-Traditional British Foods, meal times, ettiquite, etc. -new homepage projectbritain.com

-Traditional British Foods, meal times, ettiquite, etc. -new homepage projectbritain.com

While growing up, small shops everywhere in the United States had a bin or two of rabbit’s feet for sale. There were the “natural” rabbit’s foot and the gaudy colored rabbit’s foot. Needless to say, my mother never allowed me to get one, and I really can’t say that I blame her. So, where did the idea come from that the rabbit’s foot was lucky? What is the origin of the superstition? Read on, Cottontail. A Hare, Not A Silly Rabbit First off, we have it all wrong. It is the hare’s foot that is…

While growing up, small shops everywhere in the United States had a bin or two of rabbit’s feet for sale. There were the “natural” rabbit’s foot and the gaudy colored rabbit’s foot. Needless to say, my mother never allowed me to get one, and I really can’t say that I blame her. So, where did the idea come from that the rabbit’s foot was lucky? What is the origin of the superstition? Read on, Cottontail. A Hare, Not A Silly Rabbit First off, we have it all wrong. It is the hare’s foot that is…

What is it about intuition that makes it so powerful? How is this “sixth sense” able to constantly trump logic?

What is it about intuition that makes it so powerful? How is this “sixth sense” able to constantly trump logic?

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