Here are a few of my fav sites.
For Pet Owners a Must Read:
www.entirelypets.com/toxicfoods.html - this site will tell you all things toxic for your pets. Some will surprise you, like did you know a grape or raisin can kill your dog?
www.truthorfiction.com/ - You know all those e-mails that spread like wildfire but seem a bit too unbelievable?! ie; 'a special new spider that waits to attack you from underneath toilet seats'... or 'watch out for needles on gas pump handles'! Well this site will clue you in as to whether they are Truth or Fiction. I always go there now before forwarding any email to friends that way none of us look foolish :)
www.gardenersnet.com/ - Another must-log-onto site for gardeners. Any query you may have can most likely be answered here.
imdb.com/ - Okay how many times have you been chatting w/someone and either you or they are trying to remember; the name of an actor, what movie they were in, who directed a picture, or even who did the soundtrack. This site will instantaneously answer all those questions and more. Also a great cheat site to prepare for an upcoming game of Scene It!!
www.letssaythanks.com/ Really great way, and super fast too, to say thank you to our troops. Just log on, pick a card to send and a message to include and Xerox will send the card to a soldier absolutely FREE!!! After all it wouldn't be home of the free without the brave; let's thank the troops for thier incredible bravery and show how much we appreciate them and thier sacrifices.
Drug possession charges against JON BON JOVI'S 19-year-old daughter have been dropped because of something called the Good Samaritan 911 law.
Stephanie Bongiovi overdosed on HEROIN in her dorm room at Hamilton College in Upstate New York on Wednesday. She and a 21-year-old male student were then charged with possession of heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Under this law, though, anyone who overdoses, or who seeks help for an overdose victim, can't be prosecuted for having a small amount of heroin or ANY amount of marijuana.
The law is supposed to reduce overdose deaths by encouraging people to call 911 without fear of being arrested.
Charges against Stephanie's 21-year-old friend were also dropped.