A few things you should go read

by beagooddad on February 6, 2007

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The Carnival of Family Life is up.  BeAGoodMom has a post in it.  Are you dying to find out which one?  You’ll have to visit Island Life, the home of the constantly changing template, to find out.

I’m pointing to this one a little late, but as all the Bears fans will tell you, “There’s always next year.”  Jennifer at Parenting Toddlers gives some great advice on how to watch the Super Bowl with toddlers.

The Newbie Dad at Rice Daddies has reminds us why we all should get registered in the National Marrow Donor Program and specifically puts a call out for all Asian Americans to get registered do to the difficulties they have finding donors due to the smaller population.  By the way, my comment on the post didn’t work and I can’t find an email, but he says that of the 1.4 million registered donors only 6.6% are Asian American.  If I’m not mistaking, that would be 92,400 instead of the 425,000 registered Asian Americans that the post mentions.  All the more reason for people to get registered…unless of course my math IS wrong.

I learned from Andy Beal at Marketing Pilgrim that the Pork Council wanted stop a breastfeeding group from using the phrase, “The other white milk” because they felt it violated their “The other white pork” trademark.  If I started calling myself The Other White Dork would they feel that they should have the rights to that already, too?

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Local Girl February 6, 2007 at 1:45 pm

Hey now! Don’t dis my template. It’s a woman’s prerogative to constantly change her mind. Right, Be A Good Mom? C’mon, back me up here. LOL!

I decided to add a theme switcher plugin to solve the problem. hee hee

beagoodmom February 6, 2007 at 3:37 pm

I always tell Beagooddad that I didn’t change my mind. He just misunderstood what my original intent was all along.

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