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When you’re frequently bombarded with ads for credit cards at big banks, it’s easy to overlook credit cards at a local credit union. These not-for-profit organizations typically require membership based on location or affiliation with an employer, a family member or an organization. Major cr…

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For years, evidence has mounted that fracking is at least associated with adverse health effects, including a rare cancer cluster among children in Western Pennsylvania. Instead of stopping potentially risky activity, states like Pennsylvania that sit on gas-abundant shale formations have been commissioning studies and allowing drilling to continue. Read more

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I’m a proud “word nerd.” I love words; I collect them like baseball cards. I like weird words, wonky words, witty words and even a handful of Welsh words (fun fact: the word for “carrot” in Welsh is “moron”). As a person prone to collecting things, I hoard words like a doomsday prepper stashes toilet paper. Is it an illness? Probably. But it’s cheaper than golf. Read more

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Kids love to tell you precisely how old they are. Adults, on the other hand, treat age like a tightly guarded state secret. With kids, the “half” in their age makes all the difference. My son isn’t merely “seven”; he’s “seven-and-a-half.” You’d better get the “half” in there, or he’ll take it as an insult. I have half a mind to divulge my age, but I stopped counting a long time ago. Read more

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I don’t get it. When somebody tells me “No,” that one word that is very emphatic. “No fishing!” What’s hard to understand about them? “No hunting on private property” is another example. And third, “No swearing in church!” What’s hard to comprehend about these three words? Yet, people think they have the right to do anything they want and heck with the postings whether they be laws, ordinances, or signs stapled to trees by private citizens. Read more

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Are you constantly on your phone? Do you bury your face in your Facebook feed? Do you find yourself all atwitter for Twitter? Do you constantly talk about TikTok? Personally, I’m tempted to spend every instant on Instagram. The studies and statistics I found are all over the place, but the average smartphone user spends over two hours per day using social media. Read more

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I find it somewhat ironic that the pandemic swayed me into committing habits that I wouldn’t haven’t done otherwise. Look at me now. What am I doing? It doesn’t take much to conclude that if I didn’t do a lot of research for stories on this machine (not always a good thing because websites can’t always be trusted) I’d be stretched out in front of the tube watching more television than I care to admit. Read more

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