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It’s All Mishegoss — Hump Day #104

Welcome to Hump Day or better known as Wednesday! For many it’s the middle of the week. Others are just starting while others may be ending. Either way, here you are!

Recalling Memories:

The other day we were talking about how early restaurants and stores close around where we live. Even the mall and some closes at nine at night on a Saturday. Amazing!

Back east most malls close after 10pm on a Saturday. Some cities the malls are open to 11 or midnight. There are areas where the malls and other shops close at nine in the evening like here.

When we were kids if remembered way,restaurants closed late, like 10 or 11 at night and later on the weekends. Stores weren’t open on Sundays back then and it seemed everyone looked forward to shopping on a Saturday.

Things have changed and whether it’s good or bad for us as customers to all of these shops is up to us to decide.

Good or bad now, the memories are worth thinking about and comparing. Going to the movies on a Saturday afternoon back in the day would cost $2.00 for the matinee. Now it’s around the same price as if going in the evening.

We’re advancing as a society and that’s good right? Let us know your thoughts on advancement and the changes you have seen.

We would enjoy sharing them with our readers in the next couple of newsletters!

Ciao,

Mark & Patti


Story of the Week!

Man recounts catching girl who fell from Six Flags ride — CBS News

www.cbsnews.com 
 Matthew Howard Sr. was just leaving a New York amusement park Saturday evening with his family when he heard someone screaming for help.

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You’re Not a Nice Person When It’s Hot Outside | Time.com

time.com 
 The next time a friend calls you and asks for a favor, how willing you are to lend a hand may have a lot to do with one unexpected factor: the heat.

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René Redzepi’s New App Will Teach You to Forage For Food — Eater

www.eater.com 
 Noma chef René Redzepi thinks everyone should be a forager, and he has plans to teach them.

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Beekeepers Feel The Sting Of California’s Giant Beehive Heist : The Salt : NPR

www.npr.org 
 Seventy-one million. That’s the number of bees Max Nikolaychuk tends in the rolling hills east of Fresno, Calif. Each is worth a fraction of a cent, but together, they make up a large part of his livelihood.

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Apparently there’s a new generation we can judge: Xennials — SFGate

www.sfgate.com 
 It would appear that some social scientists were really struggling to draw a clear division between the flannel-wearing generalization of the generation known as Gen-X and the tech-obsessed labels thrown at Millennials, so they’ve decided to form a “micro generation” known as Xennials.

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Free Ways to Find More Time In Your Day — Personal Growth — Medium

medium.com 
 Feeling slammed? Try these things:

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8 digital skills we must teach our children | World Economic Forum

www.weforum.org 
 The social and economic impact of technology is widespread and accelerating. The speed and volume of information have increased exponentially.

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Study suggests smartphones have negative impact on cognitive capacity — Business Insider

uk.businessinsider.com 
 Though our phones are getting smarter, new research suggests they’re actually making us dumber.

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The Magic Of Alan Rickman, And How He Got A Child Fighting Cancer Cast In ‘Harry Potter’ | HuffPost

www.huffingtonpost.com 
 That’s how “Harry Potter” casting director Janet Hirshenson put it when asked about the actors considered for the role of Severus Snape in the “Harry Potter” film franchise.

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Vintage Disneyland concept map sells at auction for $708,000 — ABC News

abcnews.go.com 
 A hand-drawn map that shows Walt Disney’s original ideas for Disneyland has sold at auction for $708,000.

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When Schools Meet Trauma With Understanding, Not Discipline | MindShift | KQED News

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 If you know anything about New Orleans public schools, you probably know this: Hurricane Katrina wiped them out and almost all the schools became privately run charters.

Closing-I’ll Have a Ring With My Taco!

Taco Bell actually went ahead and married a hungry couple

mashable.com 
 Dan Ryckert and Bianca Monda were the first couple to get married at Taco Bell’s Las Vegas Cantina flagship restaurant and the first couple the fast food chain has married.

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