Living room, I think we’ve finally picked out your next look.
And other food magic to try, like chewing gum when chopping onions
My newest party trick, obviously.
The Fisher House Foundation, an organization long- known for caring for wounded troops and their families, will pay death gratuity benefits for the families of servicemembers killed during the government shutdown – and the Pentagon will back them pay once it’s over.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced the deal on Wednesday after massive public outrage that benefits – including a $100,000 payment to the family within 36 hours of the death notice – would not be paid while the government is shut down.
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Now that, ladies and gentlemen, is true patriotism.