Day: August 9, 2010

Consumer Reports finds a “Dirty Dozen” list of supplements consumers should avoid

A new investigation in the September issue of Consumer Reports and available online describes a striking lack of government oversight for the bustling $26.7 billion dietary supplement market and identifies a “dirty dozen” list of supplement ingredi…

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Chatham County’s talking bread machine

I read with geat interest the post regarding another talking bread making machine in Chatham county. I also have a bread maker that has always seemed to be saying something too. My machine seems to say “Whose Gonna Win?” Whose Gonna Win?” It sometimes …

Cell phone service quality varies in Chatham County

Evan Keiser’s post about how excellent Verizon works for him is a reminder that there is no one general answer for which cell phone service is best. Chatham is a big county with lots of different dead spots and coverage areas for all the different carr…

My little scoop and the talking bread machine

When I moved to Chatham County, I brought my bread machine. I have taken a class in writing. The instructor said it is important to keep one’s thoughts in a paragraph. And to pack as much information into a paragraph as possible. And indent. I was only…

Do Chatham County officials operate in the shadows?

So, Chatham County’s “leadership” is being pragmatic when they decide that the Sheriff’s department personnel should not spend their time enforcing the law (ICE), to give them the time to arrest those who “break” the law (burglars, drug dealers, etc.),…

Chatham County officials side with lawbreakers

I found a list of “sanctuary cities” in the US – those in which the chief of police or the city council forbids the police to ask about the immigration status of anyone who is detained for some other offense. The list includes Chatham County, as …