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Cell Phonery

I like making up words that end in "-ery."

I'm bored with my phone. Luckily, my contract with my chosen cellular phone provider is up. I'm trying to decide if I want to just get one of the free ones they offer or if I want to spend some money and get a nicer one. Is there any advance in cell phone technology that is worth spending more than $0 on a phone? None of the free phones are 3G capable, for example. I've been looking at some of the nicer ones. No, I don't want an iPhone. Anybody have any insight on this decision?

In other news, kale is awesome. I was feeling a little veggie-deprived, so I made a stir-fry recipe that had a ton of fresh veggies in it, including kale. Turns out it's like the superfood as far as nutritional benefits. My mom always said the darker the green, the better it is for you, so I'm not surprised.

41 days until Twins pitchers and catchers report!


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Kale (& spinach & rhubarb) is very high in oxalic acid, which combines with calcium to form calcium oxalate, which can cause calcium deficiency by removing calcium from the body. Kidney stones are made of calcium oxalate.


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