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Best time to have surgery: Morning (4x less likely to have complications in the morning than between 3-4PM)

Best time to get a human being on the phone when calling a company’s customer service line: As early as possible (lowest call volume)

Best day of the week to eat dinner out: Tuesday (freshest food, no crowds)

Best day to fly: Saturday (fewer flights means fewer delays, shorter lines, less stress)

Best time to fly: Noon (varies but pilots say airport rush hours coincide with workday rush hours)

Best time to exercise: 6-8PM (body temp highest, peak time for strength and flexibility)

Best time to have sex: 10PM-1AM (skin sensitivity is highest in late evening)


All are from Mark Di Vincenzo’s Buy Ketchup in May and Fly at Noon: A Guide to the Best Time to Buy This, Do That and Go There.”

On a related note,

Here is the answer to whether marriage kills sex drive. 

Here‘s the answer to whether grandmom had premarital sex.

Here‘s why you don’t need to worry about a terrorist incident next time you fly.

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****nom***nom***nom**Oh, hi there ladies, how nice of you to stop by…uh, why no, you are not interrupting my supper…as a matter of fact I'm just self-medicating with food……

well, you see I have another orthodontics, molar spur removal appointment this Tuesday and even though Mom swears my dental insurance is as good as any US Congressperson's  I'm concerned abouth the risks of anesthesia…….

In fact, if you'll excuse me, right now I have this urge to simply bury myself into my little bunnywife's dewlap…..sniff….sniff

Our Mr Cutie went home with Kasey and Frank (our dream adopters) to become husbun to their girlbun, Pretty (one of our alumni!).

Binkies all around!!

Yes, that IS a fluorescent rabbit. See my comment at the end of the article. Link below.

Trends in development of reporter genes
A new study demonstrates the feasibility of using a lentiviral approaches to create transgenic rabbits with more efficiency than classical pronuclear injection transgenesis developed in rabbits two decades ago.

Here’s a little something you may not have known about federal labeling laws regarding furs: a loophole in these laws allows manufacturers to omit the fur labeling in certain garments. If the fur is valued at less $150, there doesn’t have to be any mention on the label that there is animal fur on the item. Another example of pointless legislation duping consumers and showing deference to manufacturing lobbyists for the sake of campaign dollars. (Oops, I said that out loud, didn’t I?).

To determine if the article you are purchasing is real or not, push the hairs apart and check the base of the fabric. If you see skin (ewww) then it’s real fur. Fake fur will have fabric at the base. Find out more about this at Your Daily Vegan.

House rabbits eat 90% hay,
green veggies + little bit of rabbit pellets 2 x per day.

They’re litterbox trained (if spayed/neutered)
and quiet.

They have no animal odor, they’re 99% non-allergic, have no dander
and clean themselves scrupulously.

They poop and pee on hay that makes great organic garden fertilizer.

plus you get binkies and nosebonks. check it out. ; )


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