Curiosity killed …

… your problems! The internet is here, so why not use it to its full capacity? Those of you who have smartphones know what I’m talkin’ about. (You probably haven’t checked your email from your home computer in months.)  And, well most of us know the old adage, ‘don’t believe everything you read’ and are keenly aware that this extends to the internet. However, there are a couple of websites that when taken with a grain of salt, can be put to good use.

With the unstable price of gas, it’s always helpful to know ahead of time where you can get the cheapest rates. GasBuddy keeps an active list of gas prices for all of the U.S. states and Canada. They offer historical price charts as well as fuel saving tips.

So what do you wanna know? From the history of the German Shepherd, to recovering emails in Outlook Express, to the right time to file for bankruptcy, this website includes advice for everything from the wacky to the crucial. Other posts include how to throw a Frisbee with a non-dominant hand, instructions on how to clean 2003 Cobra leather seats, and how to correct a bent baritone saxophone. If nothing, you will at least get a well-informed chuckle from the well-researched topics.


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