Bloggers from subject areas as diverse as cooking, law, business and sustainability are “broiling” today over a New York Times article that suggests ground beef is not as safe as it should be. The article, tracing both questionable industry practices and holes in federal oversight, is providing juicy fodder (no pun intended) for the blogosphere:
Author: Lydia Kelow-Bennett
Yesterday I watched The Cleveland Show, a spinoff of Fox’s Family Guy. It wasn’t very funny to me. In fact, it was predictable.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m a Family Guy fan. I enjoy its particularly irreverent sense of humor, despite its stereotypical racism. But nothing about The Cleveland Show struck me as funny.
“Ding. Doors opening, step BACK to allow customers to exit. When boarding, please move to the center of the car.”
Oh, the Metro. Affectionately monikered by my friend Diala as “the ‘Tro,” the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority’s Metro system is a rich study in public human behavior. I’m guessing that just bringing up the subject of the Metro has you thinking about some of your own weird experiences…