Produced by Gary Drevitch
BUT, MOM, SITTING IN THE FILTHY BASKET WITH THE ONION PEELS, THE MUENSTER CHEESE EDGES, AND THE EMPTY PLASTIC BAGS -- THAT'S HALF THE FUN OF RIDING IN THE CART
For those of you worried about your child's exposure to "disease-causing bacteria" while they ride in your supermarket shopping cart, cleanshopper.com has just the product for you - the $29.95 "Clean Shopper" cart insert. This stylish item "protects the entire shopping cart seating area—sides, back, handlebars and front," but sadly it will not protect you or your child from the sneers, smirks, and general scorn of your fellow shoppers.
(As seen in the New York Times Sunday Styles section.)
KANSAS OFFICIALS REFUSE TO BRING THE GAME INTO THEIR SCHOOLS UNTIL KONAMI DELETES "SHOCK THE MONKEY" FROM ITS PLAYLIST
West Virginia schools (new slogan: "Come for the dance videos, stay for the algebra") has signed a deal with Japanese video-game maker Konami to put XBox consoles with the insanely popular "Dance Dance Revolution" game into each of its 765 public schools. The "quickstepping" game will be used in phys ed classes to help kids get in shape and foster a lifelong love of exercise - and Japanese techno-pop.
January 31, 2006 | Permalink |
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