September 20, 2004

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Planetfeedback.com: Consumer ComplaintsFor those people having trouble with AOL & PeoplePC or for that matter any business go to www.Planetfeedback.com and register your complaint thru them. It's free! Glenda

 

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SecondHarvest: Finding a Local Food BankThere is a zip code locater to find the nearest food bank. Excess from the garden can be given to them. They will come to pick up barrels of food also from any event.

 

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The Cotton Ball GameDo you need a fun game to play at a Shower or Party? Well I know one that is absolutely hilarious... The Cotton Ball Game.

 

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Squirt Bottles as ToysMy daughter-in-law told me about this one. My family is adamantly against guns and we didn't even feel comfortable letting the kids have squirt guns! So she decided to buy those cheap squirt bottles like you find at the drugstore and Walmart and let her kids use those for squirting water. They love it and it doesn't compromise our values! By cheryl

 

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Sock Drink CoolerTo keep your frozen water bottle frozen longer during the day, put it into one of those spare socks that have no mate. I was surprised at how much longer the water stayed frozen.

 

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Use Less SplendaAccording to Splenda's advertising, "Anywhere you can use sugar, you can use Splenda." I, personally, think Splenda is sweeter than most sweeteners, so I use less of it in my recipes, instead of equaling the amounts of sugar the recipe calls for.

 

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Freezer Egg "McMuffin" SandwichesMake breakfast sandwiches for your freezer.

 

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Save Your CoinsSave all your coins everyday and place them in a container and after a year use that money for something you want to do, like a vacation. By Carol

 

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Buy the Leanest Beef AvailableWhen eating ground beef, make sure you use the leanest available. It is not always the least expensive, but physicians show children by the age of 18 usually have enough fat/cholesterol in their system to have early stages of heart disease.

 

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Starting Morning GloriesI use Coke bottles, the small regular ones, to start morning glories. When the vine gets too long, I cut it off and put it in a Coke bottle with the top cut off. I then put a string through either end and attach it to a clothes line with a paper clip or twine.

 

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Protecting Annuals from FrostSnip your annuals off just at the bottom of the stem and put new soil and mulch around them right before the first frost.

 

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Canadian Huggies CouponsI have approximately 200 coupons worth $2.50 each for Huggies Pull-ups. These came last summer in the trial size pullups along with coupons to be used in the United States.

 

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Instructions for Making a Tin Man Bird Feeder out of Tin CansMy sister-in-law received, as a gift from one of her students, a Tin Man Birdfeeder made of used Tin cans. I would like to have instructions of how to make some. Thanks, Laurie from Whitman County

 

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Reusing Wine CorksDo you have any tips on reusing wine corks?

 

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Gross, Yucky, Creepy Halloween RecipesMy kids are having a Halloween party this year. I was hoping that someone might have some gruesome, gory, or creepy food recipes. I have looked at several sites but it seems that most have the same ones over and over again... Delaine in GA

 

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