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From NBCNews.com writer Brianna Steinhilber, here are four additional uses for beer around your house:
1. Remove stains. Just pour stale beer over the stain and blot with a clean towel
.2. Restore wood. Use flat beer on a clean cloth to restore the luster to wood furniture
.3. Add shine to hair. Dump it over your hair, let it sit for a few minutes and then rinse it out with cold water
.4. Ward off bugs. Pour stale beer into buckets and place them in the corners of your backyard. Small flies and mosquitoes will be attracted to it, fall into the bucket and die a happy death. Here’s my question: What is this stale, unused beer they keep talking about?
A boy gets the best birthday ever when a bunch of police officers and firefighters came to celebrate after no one else showed.
What started out as a disappointing birthday turned into a fantastic surprise for one Texas boy. When Jennifer Day realized none of the kids she invited to her son Graham’s eighth birthday party were coming, she decided to do something about it.
Day couldn’t stand seeing her son look so disappointed, so she asked the local police department if they could spare an officer to swing by the party for Graham. But they did better than that. Lieutenant Mark Schwobel of the Hurst Police Department brought his whole team, and they celebrated with pizza, cake, and even turned on the lights and sirens on their cruisers for the birthday boy.
“We’re pretty much willing to do just about everything," Schwobel explains. "That’s what the job entails. We just want to help the community, especially a young kid who had nobody show up at his birthday party. A lot of people don’t think we have hearts, but we’re people too."
Summer's almost here, and with it mowing season, the rainy season, and best of all...Grilling season! Here are some safety tips for grilling at home!
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India-based bagpiper "The Snake Charmer" and cellist Avery Waite offer up a cool rendition of "He's A Pirate," the main theme from "Pirates of the Caribbean."