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Is your toaster making you slower?

By Christopher Cudworth I used to love toast and waffles and syrupy stuff more than anyone in the world. My brothers branded me the Toast King because I ate so much of it. Favorite style of toast? Cinnamon toast. Liberal … Continue reading

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Respect for fitness getting traction in the corporate and industrial world

By Christopher Cudworth At one point in America‚Äôs economic history, manufacturing made up more than 40% of our economic output. Coming out of World War II, America made more stuff than any other country in the world. We were the … Continue reading

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Putting Black Friday into a running and riding perspective

It’s still a bit stunning to me that the major shopping day in America is called Black Friday. Perhaps it is proof that Americans have really short memories. Do people really not recall that the term Black Friday was originally … Continue reading

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