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I'll bet that if you have one of these, you've probably learned that you can do more with your tablet than check your email, post on facebook, or get on the Internet. Perhaps you've discovered the world of "streaming" where you can watch or listen to your favorite shows/radio station (hint, hint, iHeartRadio!) on your tablet. You're not alone with this discovery.
More networks are opening up their programming to streaming meaning that the days of having "cable TV" is coming to a slow end. The latest BIG announcement came yesterday when TBS and TNT said they will stream their programming live on their websites and new Watch TNT and Watch TBS apps. The new service will start this summer. The cool thing about this is: it's not just shows but also SPORTS coverage, meaning that we will be able to watch TNT's NBA coverage, TBS's regular-season and playoff Major League Baseball coverage, and both networks' coverage of the NCAA Division I men's basketball championship!
Pretty soon, the BIG flat screen on the wall in our house is going to be replaced by a small screen in our hands.
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YES! Terry Crews is back in Old Spice's newest ad campaign's. He's the guy who brought some "BAM" and "POW" to their ads a few years ago. Looks like he's bringing the same fight against beards in the new Old Spice shaving gel commercials!
A couple of summers ago we had this same problem at our house. It started when my wife found a wasp in our bedroom, trying to fly out of the closed window. The next day, there were two wasps in the room. By the end of the week we had a small wasp family trying to fly out of our closed window. We thought the wasps were getting through the screen somehow. Or maybe they had gotten in another room of the house and were drawn to the windows in the bedroom.
After a visit from Catseye, we learned that the wasps had actually over time made their home inside our home. From a little hole on the side of the house for the A/C unit return system, they made their way into our siding, over time their path continued up the side of the house where they had made their nest. I'll never forget the day the Catseye guy came to our house to "remove" the pests. My kids were so excited because the protective suit he wore looked like the ones Doc Brown and Marty McFly wore when they tested the time machine in "Back to the Future."
I STRONGLY recommend with warm weather approaching that you do a quick walk-around your home to see if there are any places where these winged pests can get in. If you spot them ciricling your home, it's probably because they've decided to make it theirs too!
In Provo, Utah, this family story starts the same as mine, hearing some buzzing in the walls which led to discovering over 40,000 bees in the wall! Check out their story.