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Which is Luckier, Quick Picks or Fortune Cookie Numbers?
So, we didn't win the Mega Millions or the Powerball last weekend, and it's probably because we didn't play those numbers from inside our fortune cookies. Someone studied this, and figured out just how lucky those little numbers actually are. Better than Quick Picks!
Raw Oysters Killed a Texas Woman
This might make you think twice about eating raw oysters. A Texas woman died after developing a flesh-eating bacterial infection about three days after she ate them, and doctors say it's not an isolated incident. It's something that happens about a hundred times each year.
Cedar Fever Hits Texas Hard
If you've never had a cedar allergy before, this might be your year. Cedar fever is hitting hard, and it's going to last a lot longer than usual.
This May Become Your New Favorite Blue Bell Flavor
It may quickly become your new favorite Blue Bell flavor, and it may also be really hard to find. We're on the hunt for Blue Bell's Mardi Gras King Cake ice cream, so let us know where you see it!
Make Good Use of Those Amazon Boxes
We did more online shopping than ever before in December, and that might mean stacks and stacks of cardboard boxes taking up space in the garage now.

Get rid of the boxes and help some folks with this win-win idea. Just fill them up with things you were going to donate to charity anyway, and the …
Eat These Immune Boosting Foods to Power Through Flu Season
It doesn't take long for the flu to work its way through the house or the office and knock people out, but if we eat certain foods we'll say healthy and and win the battle. Citrus and berries are good, and dark chocolate will give us a boost too.
Eat These Foods for Luck on New Year's Day
It's not just Black-eyed Peas that are supposed to bring us good luck on New Year's Day. If you love to grill, throw a pork butt on the smoker too! What else should we eat to have a fantastic 2018? We've got the secrets.
Today is Whiners Day, and Here's How to Observe It
December 26th is National Whiners Day, and it's not an excuse to moan about what we didn't get for Christmas or complain about a relative that got on our nerves over the weekend. Instead, there's one thing we can do to observe this important day.
These Restaurants Will Be Open on Christmas Day
If you don't really feel like cooking after unwrapping all of those Alexa devices and Fingerlings on Christmas morning, you'll have plenty of options for going out.

Most of your favorite spots will be open on Christmas Eve, and there are several that will also be open on Christmas Day.
An East Texas Doctor Performs Historic Surgery in Africa
One East Texas doctor is very quietly having a huge impact on thousands of people several continents away, and recently performed a milestone 30-thousandth surgery aboard Africa's Mercy Ship. Those folks can see, thanks to him!
Tony Romo's Rookie Season as a Broadcaster is a Winner
Will you admit that you were kind of iffy at first, about the idea of Tony Romo as a broadcaster? I will! But it only took a quarter or two of hearing him call a game this season to realize he's dang good.
Wal-mart is Changing Its Name Next Year
It's a small name change coming to Wal-mart Stores that could possibly be the handiwork of our laziness.

Most of us usually refer to Wal-mart in a certain way, and it looks like the corporate office has given in. Surely they won't officially call it "Wally World," right?
Rent a North Pole Cabin
If our highs in the 50s and 60s this week are just too warm for ya, you could always book a getaway to to the world famous North Pole and immerse yourself in some ice, snow, and the single digits for awhile. Airbnb has some cabins for rent, and they'll cost you between $129 and $300 per night.
If You See a Scarf on a Tree, Here's What it Means
If you see a scarf hanging on a tree outside around Lufkin, or even inside the mall on one of those Christmas trees, it's no accident.

There's meaning behind the scarves left lying around town, and those who find them "fitting" can keep them.