<======6:15 This guy, I am not! At 6:15, I told the story about my bathroom faucet that was dripping. I ended up watching a how-to video to do stop the drip and I fixed it! Yay me! The problem is that I noticed that I didn't put the handle on correctly, so while it was fixed, it wasn't fixed properly. Next thing I know, I'm dismantling the handles A-gain, I forgot to turn off the water, and I ended up spraying water all over the floor, walls and couldn't figure out how to get the handle back on correctly... and me messing it up. Just to change the washer ended with me having one handle off and the no hot water and no drip. Ha! Maybe I'll got back to it this afternoon when I get home. The problem is that I got motivated to do this little project last night. I don't know if I'll be interested today. We'll see.
6:45 http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-insane-ways-movie-titles-are-translated-around-world/ My favorite translation so far in this article is “So, where is the pilot?” for Airplane. Ha!
7:15 Since it's tax season, I thought I'd give you interesting little tidbits about IRS and Taxes. http://www.chacha.com/gallery/6683/surprising-facts-about-the-irs
Also the WV Aging and Disability Resource Centers are offfering Free Senior Tax Credit assistance. You can call them at 1-800-296-5341.
8:15 Where does the time go? Now we know. A study broke down exactly how much time American adults spend with digital media. On a typical day, we pass 11 hours watching TV, using our smartphones and browsing the internet, among other activities. The number-one source of electronic media is live TV, which we spend more than five hours watching per day. In second place is radio, which we listen to for two hours and 46 minutes a day. Smartphones come in third (one hour and seven minutes), followed by internet on a PC, timeshifted TV (shows recorded on our DVRs), video game consoles, DVD/Blu-Ray players and multimedia devices.