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What Good Things Happened on Friday the 13th?



What Good Things Happened on Friday the 13th?

 

You've heard all the bad things or superstition around Friday the 13th, but have you thought of all the good things that have happened on Friday the 13th? Surely there must have been more good things than bad things that have happened...

Today may be Friday the 13th, and although there is a technical term called friggatriskaidekaphobia for those who have a fear of Friday the…
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How to Customize Your Subaru: 4 Eye-Catching Subarus

What Do Zombies, Velociraptors, Skiers and Snowboarders all have in common? A Subaru, of course!

You just bought yourself a brand new Subaru. You want to show the world how awesome this new Subie is, so you are going to customize it and make it your own. Rims. Spoilers. You know all the usual options. How about taking that Subaru and re-creating a car from an old movie? Or equipping your Subaru with cat tracks…
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Obscure September Holidays to Enjoy After Labor Day


Obscure Holidays to Celebrate in September


Labor Day may be over, and with it the summer barbecues and waterspouts, but don't worry…there are plenty of things to celebrate in September!

Laura Turner Garrison of Mental Floss provides information about these obscure holidays:


September 4th: Eat an Extra Dessert Day
You may have observed this holiday a little early on Labor Day, but go ahead and indulge those residual gluttonous impulses because this holiday…

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Fun With Words

Time for some fun and games with the English language!  To break up the technical posts that we've posted lately, here is a fun and amusing collection of oxymorons, anagrams, and ambiguous news headlines to brighten up your day. All of these are from FunWithWords.com, a great site for exploring the humorous and entertaining uses of everyday language. Enjoy!

 

Oxymorons

open secret --larger half-- clearly confused --

act naturally --alone together-- Hell's Angels--…

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Little Known Facts About Earth

Earth Day is Sunday, April 22nd 2012. To celebrate, Stanley Subaru offers this article on 6 little known facts about Earth. The information below comes from Suite 101. Enjoy this paperless communication, plant a tree, and spend some time enjoying our planet this weekend. Happy Earth Day! 6 Little Known Facts About the Earth| Earth Science Resources that Support Student Learning| There is a lot of information known about planet earth; however, every day new and…

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What is More Expensive Than a Gallon of Gas?





Are you frustrated with inflated gas prices? Tired of spending an entire day's pay to fill up your tank?
Here is a list of things MORE EXPENSIVE than a gallon of gas:

Gas prices have risen from $1.34 just under ten years ago, (Hmm, what happened ten years ago?) to a staggering nationwide average of just more than $4-an approximate 64 percent increase. In an effort to help everyone cope, I've put…
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Competitive Mud Runs: Fun In The Mud!

2012 will be the third year for the Merrell Down and Dirty National Mud Run Series presented by Subaru! Stanley Subaru discusses Subaru-Sponsored Merrell Down and Dirty Events. Mud-filled outings number among the latest events drawing adventure-seekers.  You can find a mud run to meet your personal interests: Those held to benefit everything from cancer research to animal welfare, those events that require focus and preparation, and, admittedly, those events where we call those individuals who participate just plain crazy.
A mud run is…
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Keep The Gray Matter Active with Puzzles!


Stanley Subaru Word Search
Can you find the words listed below?

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W  T  A  J  V  Z  E  Y  C  X  I  X  R  H  E  F  Q  W  P  Y  F
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Help Your Brain Run on All Wheel Drive.....Fun Trivia/Fun Facts



Keeping the Gray Matter Active
1. Johnny's mother had three children. The first child was named April. The second child was named May. What was the third child's name?
 
2. There is a clerk at the butcher shop, he is five feet ten inches tall and he wears size 13 sneakers. What does he weigh?
 
3. Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?
 
4. How much dirt…
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