I’d plant corn on the first forehead furrow, then peas, and maybe zucchini.

$99 for unlimited refills for the rest of 2010 on coffee, tea, or pop. Deal ends July 5th.

I always wondered what it would be like to ride in the back seat of the car with Dog the Bounty Hunter after being captured by their motley crew using their squirt guns and whiffle ball bats or whatever they use to capture hardened criminals. I could see him telling me how I should get my life together as I broke down. He’d offer me a cigarette to break the ice even though I don’t smoke. I’d ask for a corn cob pipe instead as I find pipe smoke pleasant or maybe I’d ask for a Mentos because they’re chewy and last awhile.

I’d find it odd that he would want to console me even though he nabbed me for jumping bail. Forgiving man, but he also tells you like it is. I’d like to use him as a personal psychologist. I’d jump bail just to have him chat with me about what I need to hear.

But I’d have no idea what he was saying since I’d be fixated on his deeply furrowed wrinkles on his forehead and face. His patch of acne added to the mystery of his face. His face was like a shar pei dog. Lotsa interesting nooks and crannies. I wondered if he’d notice I was staring at his wrinkles. I mean, how could I not look. I’d be thinking I could neatly plant rows of corn or peas in the crevices.

Didja ever look at some anomaly on someone’s face just trying to figure it out while they talked to you. I do that a lot because I notice those kind of things. I’m always thinking of what they could do to fix it and the cost and why they didn’t take care of it sooner. That’s me, always trying to think ahead and trying to improve things.

I’m always checking my face for these type of things. Sometimes I’ll put a nugget with hair in it to see if my friends will even say anything about it. A true friend will acknowledge it out loud…and mine will do it in public.

Back to the Dog. While his uniquely proportioned wife drove the car, to show my appreciation for his help I would tell knock-knock jokes. Those jokes were used for bartering back during the day of the Indians and Cowboys. You could trade beaver and fox pelts for a knee-slapping knock-knock jock. It would be my contribution back to them for helping me out. It would be the least I could do.

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Rite Aid is doing a similar program to Walgreen’s Register Rewards and CVS’s Extra Bucks. It’s called the +Up Reward. For instance, if you buy Colgate this week for $2.99 you will get $2 in +UP rewards. Use a $1 coupon and you’ll get the item free.
Free after UP Rewards:
Motrin PM
99 cents after $4 coupon and $5 in rebate: Gillette Fusion Proglide
$25 Transfer Prescription coupon in ad.

Free after register rewards:
Renu – plus use $2 coupon to make money
Gillette or Old SPice Body Wash – plus use BOGO coupon
Herbal Essence or Aussie Hair Care – plus use $1 coupon to make money

Gillette Fusion Proglide razor – 88 cents after $4 coupon
RepHresh Brilliant pH tampons – 99 cents

Buy one get one free coupon in Monday’s Cleveland PD. Coupon good from 6/21 to 6/27. Good on 1 lb Pixies, Mint Meltaways, Trinidads, Buttercreams, & Colonial Assortment. Not good on diets. Your fannie may not be so fine after one too many buttercreams.

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Get tickets for events. Find some priced at a discount by people that want to get rid of their tickets.
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Join and get a coupon for buy one perennial plant, get one free. There is also a coupon for $5 off Roudup Extended Control. They send coupons every so often.
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Today’s Deal: 51% Off Brazilian Wax at Shumai-Chi. Choose from a Men’s or Women’s Wax. Expires Dec 23, 2010. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for offer purchased. Must be at least 18. By appointment only. 24-hour cancellation policy or Groupon is forfeited. Tax and gratuity not included. Get rid of your Oscar Gamble!
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Weekly Deals:
6/23 – Sporting News – 1 Year – $4.39
6/24 – Everyday Food 1 Year – $5.39
6/25 – Marie Claire 1 Year – $4.39
6/26 – Game Informer 1 Year – $5.39
6/27 – Angels on Earth 1 Year – $4.39

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AirTran Airways U.S. Flights from $44! Deal ends: 6/29/2010.
Fly to over 60 cities with great low fares from AirTran Airways. Flights are now available with fares as low as $44 one-way to/from destinations all over the country, including the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Aruba and Cancun. No booking fee. Travel anytime between June 15 – November 17th. Some flights may already be sold out at the rates shown below.

Deals – One-Way Price:
Akron (CAK) Boston (BOS) $79
Akron (CAK) New York City (LGA) $79
Allentown (ABE) Atlanta (ATL) $69
Allentown (ABE) Orlando (MCO) $79
Atlantic City (ACY) Dallas (DFW) $94
Atlantic City (ACY) Orlando (MCO) $89
Atlanta (ATL) Boston (BOS) $79
Atlanta (ATL) Charlotte (CLT) $49
Atlanta (ATL) Columbus (CMH) $54
Atlanta (ATL) Dallas (DFW) $84
Atlanta (ATL) Fort Lauderdale (FLL) $69
Atlanta (ATL) Houston (HOU) $79
Atlanta (ATL) Jacksonville (JAX) $49
Atlanta (ATL) New York City (LGA) $84
Atlanta (ATL) Nassau (NAS) $84
Atlanta (ATL) Rochester (ROC) $69
Atlanta (ATL) Tampa (TPA) $69
Atlanta (ATL) Washington (DCA) $79
Baltimore (BWI) Atlanta (ATL) $69
Baltimore (BWI) Charlotte (CLT) $59
Baltimore (BWI) Jacksonville (JAX) $64
Baltimore (BWI) San Juan (SJU) $109
Bloomington (BMI) Atlanta (ATL) $69
Bloomington (BMI) Fort Lauderdale (FLL) $99
Boston (BOS) Baltimore (BWI) $49
Boston (BOS) Miami (MIA) $99
Boston (BOS) Milwaukee (MKE) $79
Bloomington (BMI) Nassau (NAS) $114
Buffalo (BUF) Orlando (MCO) $89
Buffalo (BUF) West Palm Beach (PBI) $83
Buffalo (BUF) Tampa (TPA) $99
Charlotte (CLT) Atlanta (ATL) $49
Charlotte (CLT) Orlando (MCO) $79
Charlotte (CLT) West Palm Beach (PBI) $99
Chicago (MDW) Fort Lauderdale (FLL) $84
Chicago (MDW) Montego Bay (MBJ) $119
Chicago (MDW) Philadelphia (PHL) $92
Chicago (MDW) Tampa (TPA) $81
Dallas (DFW) Atlanta (ATL) $84
Dallas (DFW) Baltimore (BWI) $99
Dallas (DFW) Miami (MIA) $109
Dallas (DFW) Minneapolis (MSP) $100
Dayton (DAY) Nassau (NAS) $114
Grand Rapids (GRR) Orlando (MCO) $84
Grand Rapids (GRR) Tampa (TPA) $74
Jacksonville (JAX) Atlanta (ATL) $49
Jacksonville (JAX) Montego Bay (MBJ) $119
Los Angeles (LAX) Atlanta (ATL) $124
Los Angeles (LAX) Milwaukee (MKE) $114
Lexington (LEX) Fort Lauderdale (FLL) $94
Lexington (LEX) Orlando (MCO) $74
Memphis (MEM) Atlanta (ATL) $49
Memphis (MEM) Miami (MIA) $99
Memphis (MEM) Minneapolis (MSP) $84
Miami (MIA) Columbus (CMH) $94
Miami (MIA) White Plains (HPN) $94
Milwaukee (MKE) Indianapolis (IND) $64
Milwaukee (MKE) New York City (LGA) $79
Minneapolis (MSP) Milwaukee (MKE) $49
Minneapolis (MSP) Nassau (NAS) $149
Minneapolis (MSP) Pittsburgh (PIT) $97
Moline (MLI) Atlanta (ATL) $69
Moline (MLI) Miami (MIA) $99
Moline (MLI) Tampa (TPA) $99
New York City (LGA) Atlanta (ATL) $84
New York City (LGA) Fort Lauderdale (FLL) $99
New York City (LGA) Indianapolis (IND) $84
New York City (LGA) Milwaukee (MKE) $79
New York City (LGA) Pensacola (PNS) $99
New York City (LGA) Tampa (TPA) $96
Orlando (MCO) Grand Rapids (GRR) $84
Orlando (MCO) Nassau (NAS) $44
Orlando (MCO) Philadelphia (PHL) $84
Orlando (MCO) San Antonio (SAT) $89
Philadelphia (PHL) Atlanta (ATL) $69
Philadelphia (PHL) Montego Bay (MBJ) $119
Philadelphia (PHL) West Palm Beach (PBI) $89
Pittsburgh (PIT) Atlanta (ATL) $69
Pittsburgh (PIT) Fort Myers (RSW) $99
Pittsburgh (PIT) St Louis (STL) $99
Portland (PWM) Dallas (DFW) $109
Portland (PWM) Orlando (MCO) $99
Washington (DCA) Atlanta (ATL) $79
Washington (DCA) Tampa (TPA) $84
White Plains (HPN) Orlando (MCO) $89
White Plains (HPN) West Palm Beach (PBI) $94
Wichita (ICT) Atlanta (ATL) $69
Wichita (ICT) New York City (LGA) $99
Wichita (ICT) Portland (PWM) $119

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PURCHASE: By Friday – June 25 (11:59 p.m. Central Time)
DEPART: Saturday – June 26
RETURN Monday or Tuesday – June 28 or 29
Some restrictions, taxes, fees and applicable bag charges apply. Round-trip purchase required. Subject to availability.

Cleveland, OH (CLE) to Green Bay, WI (GRB) – $119
Cleveland, OH (CLE) to Louisville, KY (SDF) – $119
Cleveland, OH (CLE) to Raleigh/Durham, NC (RDU) – $119
Cleveland, OH (CLE) to Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) – $128
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They opened a new restaurant in Clayton, MO in which customers are asked to donate what they want for a meal. Doesn’t matter if they pay a penny or $50 for the meal. It’s nonprofit and is named using their former name and is called St. Louis Bread Co. Cares. It’s the same concept as a restaurant called The One World Salt Lake City Restaurant which has operated as such since 2003 and server unprocessed organic food.

A handful of restaurants operate under a nonprofit, create-your-own-price model. You can pay a penny or $100 for your meal. They are One World Salt Lake City in Salt Lake City, Utah, SAME (So All May Eat) Café in Denver, CO, One World Spokane in Spokane, WA, Potager in Arlington, TX, A Better World Café in Highland Park, NJ, St. Louis Bread Company Cares in Clayton, MO (owned by Panera – others to be called Panera Cares), Comfort Café in Denver, CO, and Café 180 in Denver, CO.

Property crimes were down 4.9% and violent offenses each declined 5.5% in 2009, much steeper than drops in 2007 and 2008. Murders dropped 7.2%. Amazing, since you’d think crime might increase in a recession. There were many reasons attributed to the drop. Make up your own, but it’s all good.

Also, the number of inmates in city and county jails dropped by 18,000 to 767,600 at the end of June 2009. It’s the first drop since statistics have been compiled by the Bureau of Justice Statistics in 1982.

30-year mortgages rates around 4.75%! If your mortgage rates are over 6%, definitely look into refinancing. The lowest rate ever was 4.71% in December 2009, the lowest since Freddie Mac began keeping records in 1971. 15-year rates hit 4.17% in June 2010, the lowest ever. They are hovering around 4.2% now. I refinanced at 4.25% back a few months ago. Can’t beat these rates and they may never be this low again. Back in the early 1980s interest rates were in the 14% to 18% range for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage.
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Find the best price for cable or satellite TV at The site compares the service providers in your area according to your viewing preferences and whether you have an HDTV and DVR.

AT&T settled a class-action lawsuit that claimed it delivered DSL data service slower than promised. If AT&T’s records indicate it configured the downstream speed of a user’s DSL service at a slower rate than pro
mised, they are eligible for up to $2.90 a month the service was too slow.
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Daily Deals with $20 purchase:
Wed, 6/23 – Flanders Beef patties – 69 cents/lb – limit 2
Thurs – Jenos Pizza – 49 cents – limit 5
Fri – Lays potato chips – $1.49 – limit 2
Sat – Family Pak ice cream – $1.29 – limit 2
Sun – Fresh Express salad – 49 cents – limit 2
Mon – 7 Up – 49 cents – limit 3
Tues – BarS hot dogs – 49 cents – limit 3

Free after rebate – Matrix 3 razor or refill
Banrock Station wine – 12 bottles – $33.89 after $20 rebate ($2.85 bottle)

Ends Wed 6/23
Airwick motion air fresheners – BOGO – Free after $4 coupon
Pampers Wipes – free after $2 coupon

New store in Mentor across from Great Lakes Mall where Levin Furniture used to be. This weeks ad has a $5 off $30 purchase coupon in it.
Cherries – $1.69/lb
Strawberries – 99 cents/lb

Hot off the Press. The Deck Pricing Reduced! With half the year remaining, they’re reducing the price of the 52 deal Deak. Purchase The Deck for $20 (a 67% reduction in price). No special codes required. (Price does not include shipping and handling).
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Get 80% off on restaurant gift certificates. Find $25 certificates for $2 (normally $10).
Use code: SUMMER
Deal ends: 6/24
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