DECEMBER 26, 2012
Many people are decorating their homes for the holidays, but pet owners should be aware that some plants used for holiday decorating can be dangerous to cats and dogs. Understanding which plants are toxic, and which are not, can help bring home the festive spirit and avoid danger for pets.
BY DR. DAVE HEPBURN | DECEMBER 26, 2012
“Just great! Little Billy Bloggins came to school spreading his cold around and now we’re all going to get fat. That little cesspool of viruses sneezed in my direction and the next thing I knew I was heading for the Ho Ho’s. Suppose I should’ve got that fat vaccine.”
MULLET OVER BY JAMES K. WHITE | DECEMBER 26, 2012
3-D printers are now on the market that can produce increasingly complicated objects. The printers can access fluids such as plastic gels (that harden), various chemicals, powdered metals and epoxies. From digital instructions, a multitude of items can be created. These “printers” have experimentally produced ibuprofen tablets and car parts using data sent remotely.