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He's a Big Boy
After weighing the comments from the milk vs. beer blog, I've decided that Mark can make his own decision on not drinking milk.
School Lunch Visits
In 30 years of doing our show, a lot of things have changed. But, one thing has always remained constant: reading the menus from the schools on the air. Back in the early 90's Paul and I did "School Lunch Visits" to every school in the outlying areas.
Should I Tell Him?
So, should I tell him all the nutritional benefits of drinking low-fat milk vs Coors Light, or should I just mind my own business and let him do whatever the hell he wants?
Where Do You Set Your Thermostat?
According to a Consumer Reports study, you can save about 3 percent on your electric bill for every degree you raise the thermostat setting. So theoretically you would save about 30 percent if you raise the temp from 72 to 82 degrees.
Close Some of Them
The Post office lost money again. I think it's time to reduce service to only a couple times a week and close some of the rural offices.
August At My House
Today's "Blog Photo" was taken at my place Saturday morning while it was still foggy. Pictured is my new "Sticky Window" thermometer, installed all by myself. Thank you, thank you.
So You Think You Know The Breakfast Flakes?
There are a lot of Flakes trivia questions most of you would already know the answers to. What famous female singer is rumored to have a restraining order against Mark Wilson? How does Paul really feel about Jon Tester? Do the Breakfast Flakes take too much vacation? All pretty easy to answer.
That Was An Expensive Mistake
The national average for water utilities is $40 a month. My monthly water bill was falling between $25 and $35 a month for the past year. Until I opened my latest water bill.

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