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Your Cheap & Awesome Guide to Route 66 – Arizona

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at 6:30AM Wednesday October 22, 2014
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Over the last few weeks, Matt Blitz has been traveling Route 66 to discover, explore, visit, and enjoy all the awesome, unique, odd, and cheap attractions that dot the road.His first article covered Route 66 in California and this next entry is on Arizona. Stay tuned to upcoming articles about New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Illinois. For now, it’s time get your kicks on Route 66!Note: Matt traveled eastbound. In other words, his journey originated in Los Angeles and he drove Read More »

Kindle Fire HD 6 Review: Shocking Secrets of the $99 Tablet

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at 12:00PM Tuesday October 21, 2014
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Holding Amazon’s baby tablet, the Kindle Fire HD 6, in my hand, I’m instantly struck by this thought: The screen is just half an inch larger than that of my iPhone 6 Plus. Half an inch!In other words, it’s not far off from being able to slip into my pocket. In fact, I just slipped it into my pocket. And you know what? It fits!Needless to say, Amazon’s latest Fire HD breaks some new ground, not just because it’s a 6-inch tablet (most “small” models span 7 Read More »

How Does Your Store Bought Chicken Compare to The Competition?

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at 11:19AM Monday October 20, 2014
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Chicken is one of the healthiest and cheapest meats to eat. With a slew of recipes and cooking options available all across the internet and in most cook-books, it’s no wonder that eight billion chickens are consumed each year in the United States alone. If you’re a gal or guy-on-the-go like me, putting a bag of frozen chicken breasts on your grocery list is a great way to insure you’ll be eating healthy all week long.But with so many brands stocked on our grocery store’s Read More »

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