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The worst job EVER!

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The worst job ever!
Every year they come out with their lists. They, the list makers, who have nothing better to do in life than to research and analyze the worst’s of worst. Who are these negative do-gooders?
In this instance, it is CareerCast.com and their findings intrigued me.
If you haven’t heard the ‘rest of this story’ then you are thinking what could be the worst job of the year? Could it be yours?
And the 2013 worst job winner goes to…..Newspaper Reporter!
Did you feel deflated? Confused.
The report’s qualifying statement to support this horrible profession is, “Ever-shrinking newsrooms, dwindling budgets and competition from internet businesses.”
Thank goodness, there are fewer of them, right?
What jobs were not as bad as the reporter who is low paid, on call, long hours, lack of kudos, blamed for being too far left or too far right, worried every day of being unemployed and has no life?
Oh, just the cushy job of being a Lumberjack!
Lumberjack is second due to “the inherent danger of …
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They don't make Grannies anymore

Have you noticed that all the grannies are disappearing from the face of the earth?

Our generation may be the last to experience the true blue-haired, baking, cleaning little grandma that is stereotypical of the name “granny.”
Personally, I haven't a clue about stereotypical grandma's because neither one of mine were typical nor grannified. However,thanks to my husband’s mother whom we call Granny I have been exposed.

She is the real deal. I have been studying her for 14 years as if I were studying a captured Bigfoot. Granny sightings are now becoming more rare than a Sasquatch.

What is a true granny and how do you know if you have one?

I will share my years of research to define the art of being a granny. You too may have a rare granny in your mist and if you do, treat her well, give her lots of hugs because they don’t make real grannies anymore.

The new grandmother knows how to use a computer, smartphone and DVR remote. She eats healthier, …

My Hometown USA: MOTHERSAGAINST TEEN DRIVERS Mothers are always aga...

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My Hometown USA: My Hometown USA: Popcorn anda Movie!The Hobbit

My Hometown USA: My Hometown USA: Popcorn anda Movie!The Hobbit: My Hometown USA: Popcorn anda Movie! At hometheater DVD releases: T... : Popcorn and a Movie! At home theater DVD releases: The ...

My Hometown USA: Popcorn anda Movie!The Hobbit

My Hometown USA: Popcorn anda Movie!
At hometheater DVD releases:
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: Popcorn and a Movie! At home theater DVD releases: The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey (2012) New Line Cinema, Peter Jackson, Di...
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Popcorn and a Movie!
At home theater DVD releases:
The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey (2012) New Line Cinema, Peter Jackson, Director
The 1937 novel written by J.R.R. Tolkien is brought to life by the capable hands of Peter Jackson, Lord of the Rings Trilogy fame and why not since this is just the first installment of the Tolkien epic adventure.
Jackson is creative in bringing back familiar characters from the LOTR series to tie up all the eventual six movies, seamlessly transforming the trilogy into a hexology?
For instance, Frodo isn’t in the Hobbit, but he is in the Unexpected Journey film transitioning the Hobbit series into the start of the Fellowship of the Rings, and so on and so on.
You don’t have to be a fan of Lord of the Rings, nor do you have to have read the books, to follow the adventures of the main character, Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit who enjoys food, a warm fire, a good smoke and quietness.
The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey trailer
But of course, an adventure doesn't usuall…