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Who is average Joe?

The terms average Joe, ordinary Joe (for males) and ordinary Jane, average Jane, and plain Jane (for females), are used primarily in North America to refer to a completely average person, commonly an average American. They are the image of a hypothetical “completely average person” or to describe an existing person. Parallel terms in other… Read More »

Hurricane Harvey…

Every cent you donated will be doubled by Google and sent directly to whom who are still dealing with the severe effects of Hurricane Harvey. Every dollar counts… Hurricane Harvey was the costliest tropical cyclone on record, inflicting nearly $200 billion in damage, breaking the previous record set by Hurricane Katrina, primarily from widespread flooding… Read More »

NETGEAR router default password

The default login page to your NETGEAR home router is www.routerlogin.net/, unless the credential is updated you always can login with username: login and password: password. This is the page where you can change your network identifier and password. When it comes to security using default password has never been recommended since it will take your… Read More »

What is frontage road

A frontage road (also known as an access road, service road, parallel road, etc) is a local road running parallel to a higher-speed, limited-access road. A frontage road is often used to provide access to shops, houses, private driveways, industries or farms. Where parallel high-speed roads are provided as part of a major highway, these… Read More »

Quality of your question, are you asking the right questions?

“Asking good questions is productive, positive, creative, and can get us what we want”. Most people believe this quote to be true and yet people do not ask enough good questions. Perhaps one of the reasons for this is that effective questioning requires it be combined with effective listening at the same time. The more… Read More »

Mother Day spending in America

This weekend and today specific, Americans will probably spend about $23 billion celebrating Mom. That works out to about $180 per Mom (or expecting Mom). Mother’s Day shoppers are expected to spend an average of $180 for the holiday, up from last year’s $172.22. With 85 percent of consumers surveyed celebrating the holiday, total spending… Read More »

Chicken vs Turkey nutrition

Turkey and chicken have very similar nutrient profiles, both being considered white meat (a.k.a healthy meat) and of the same general family of food. Turkey is lower in cholesterol than most other meats, especially red meats (pork, beef, lamb, etc), and has a much better proportion of unsaturated fats to saturated fats than chicken. Per… Read More »

Intake calories

Self-reported average energy intake of 2,640 calories for men and 1,785 calories per day for women is within current USDA recommendations, yet still higher than our previous generation. Since the majority of men and women in the U.S. are overweight or obese, many are eating more calories than they require. With the more convenient from a… Read More »

Decoy effect explained

Decoy effect is a marketing strategy that can help increase sale revenue by adding a “noise” option between a fair and high prices option. Below is an example of decoy effect. One popcorn stand is offering 2 options, small cup for $3 and large cup for $7. The vast majority of customers pickup small cup… Read More »