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Waterproof Sunscreen Ineffective Against Crying
Posted Saturday, August 25 @ 04:00:00 PDT by Brendan
When selecting a brand, type and configuration of sunscreen, it's important to bear in mind your needs, lifestyle and personal habits. For us, it was easy to choose a high SPF rating, opt for the waterproof, and go with a trusted name brand. What I didn't take into account was my personal propensity for crying, and none of the brands had anything to protect me from that.

Puerto Rican Restaurant Boasts Playground, Pony Rides
Posted Friday, August 24 @ 01:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Just off Highway-2 in the south of Puerto Rico (about twenty minutes west of Ponce) is the sort of restaurant you read about. I know I read about it on roadside signs in a good 30-mile radius, so when I had the chance to dine at Gaby's World, I jumped all over it and was rewarded in ways no restaurant has ever even tried.

Arecibo Radio Dish Must Get Like a Billion Channels
Posted Thursday, August 23 @ 05:00:00 PDT by Brendan
When traveling through the parts of Puerto Rico that are not the capital city of San Juan there are many "must see" attractions, but there are only two that really take whatever cake it is that people love so much. One is the caves at Camuy, but the one that's just about as popular is the radio observatory at Arecibo. I've seen satellite dishes before, but this one must get, like, a billion channels.

August Christmas in Full Swing at K-Mart
Posted Wednesday, August 22 @ 09:00:00 PDT by Brendan
I'm no chronologist but I do know that Christmas is a time of reindeer, penguins, polar bears and bitter cold. Snow is hit and miss, and I guess that since none of these things exist in Puerto Rico, the launch of the Christmas season is open for interpretation. Thanks to K-Mart, we now know it starts in August.

Over-Promising Junior Editor Found Lounging at Café
Posted Tuesday, August 21 @ 23:00:00 PDT by Brendan
It was over two weeks ago when I was browsing the congealed tubes of the internet that I read a news report that was most disturbing to me. I saw an article on the daily, syndicated parenting advice column Perplexing Times, which read that the publication schedule was being increased by 40%. On the surface it doesn't sound bad, but I happen to be the editor-in-chief so I was alarmed and dismayed by this claim.

Pizza Trailers Find Profit in Licensed Cartoon Theft
Posted Sunday, August 05 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Brendan
I love pizza and commercially licensed, protected cartoon characters as much as the next guy, but when it comes to full-price pizza sold at a cost equal to the piracy of the very same cartoon characters who lured me over in the first place, I've got a beef, and it ain't that mystery meat sprinkled liberally between the melted mozzarella.

Nightmare Profile – The Search for Lost Luggage
Posted Saturday, August 04 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Something woke me up the other night in a cold, hot sweat. It was so disturbing I swore I'd write an article about it, but I can't for the life of me remember what it was. I should really start keeping a journal or, for that matter, learn how to write but, in the meantime, I'll tell this story in its stead; that of the tale of lost luggage.


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