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Asian Giant Hornets Have Invaded The U.S.

A small number of Asian giant hornets have been spotted in the Pacific Northwest, and scientist are now on a full-scale hunt to track them down. Officials fear that if these hornets become established in the U.S., they will have […]

Story Of The Memorial Day Poppy

On the battlefields of Belgium, during World War I, poppies grew wild on the ravaged landscape. The “poppy movement” was inspired by the poem, “In Flanders Fields”, written by a Canadian Army doctor named John McCrae. Some of the allied […]

President’s Economic Stimulus

The corona virus has created a lot of health concerns and it is having an impact on our economy. President Termite Terry says this is no time for us to lose focus, and he is working harder than ever on […]

This Isn’t The First Tee-Pee Shortage!

On December 19, 1973, Johnny Carson gave his opening monologue on the Tonight Show. The late-night comedian said the following: “You know, we’ve got all sorts of shortages these days. But have you heard the latest? I’m not kidding. I […]

Rave Reviews!

“We were very impressed with Terry, the owner, and Brayden, the technician. They did a thorough inspection, discussion of the tenting process, and coordination with our roofer, as we had 200 tiles broken 10 years ago with the tenting process […]

Quote From A Great Entertainer

“Part of show business is magic. You don’t know how it happens.” Sammy Davis, Jr., died on May 16, 1990

80 Years Ago . . .

On May 15, 1940, the first McDonald’s restaurant opened in San Bernardino, California. Burgers sold at 15¢, fries at 10¢, an ice-cold Coke for 10¢, and triple-thick shakes were only 20¢!  

The Connection Between Pests and Foodborne Illness

The Centers of Disease Control (CDC) tells us that foodborne illness is a major cause of disease in the United States. Each year, more than 48 million Americans are infected with a foodborne illness. Of those who become ill, 128,000 […]