I love my dog Newton so much. He is hardly like a dog to me and more like my little boy. I call him my "son." So, when I see anything about dogs that might help me know him better, I am always interested. Here are five things I have learned about dogs that I didn't know before. I am especially glad to know the reason for #4.
It's time to vote for which Doritos commercial you want them to air during the Superbowl. There were thousands of submissions that have been reduced to the top five finalists. There will be two winners. Doritos picks one, and fans' votes pick another. The ad with the most votes gets the $1 million cash prize.
Want to quit your job? There's an app for that. Although the new iPhone app is meant to be funny, it may take off as a way for people to actually leave jobs. The Quit Your Job app takes users through a series of steps to determine why they are leaving and then crafts a text message that is sent directly to their boss.
Could you ride this? Me? NO WAY. Absolutely no way. For several reasons - first off is I would NEVER make it up the 264 steps to do it. I would have a heart attack. I'm super afraid of heights. Then the other reason I can't ride it is...I'm super afraid of heights. Especially when it's straight up like this. It kind of gives me a panic attack just looking at the video.
Zac Brown's own homemade "Campfire Chili" recipe will keep you warm on a cold day. “This recipe is an amalgam of all the chilies I’ve had over the past 10 years.” Zac says. “Putting it together is a big, rich labor of love. I’ve made it many times in one pot over a campfire, first cooking all the meats down, then pouring off the fat before everything else goes in to simmer. I imagine having a bowl while sitting by a blaze, a Kristofferson song playing out on crisp Black Diamond Strings. That’s when the world feels right.” Campfire Chili Directions: 1. Brown together: 1 cup diced white onion 1 lb. beef-tenderloin tips, diced into 1/2-inch cubes 2 lbs. ground bison (If unavailable, substitute ground beef.) 1/2 lb. ground pork 1 Tbsp olive oil 2. Drain the grease. Then add the following: 1 Tbsp masa flour 1/2 Tbsp garlic powder 14.5-oz. can organic beef stock 14.5-oz. cans organic chicken stock 8-oz. can organic tomato sauce 4-oz. can mild diced green chilies 1/2 Tbsp ground cumin 1 fresh jalapeño pepper, chopped fine 1 tsp black pepper 3 Tbsp organic chili powder 3. Simmer 1 hour. Then add: 4 oz. organic tomato sauce 4 Tbsp organic chili powder 2 Tbsp mild chili powder 2 Tbsp ground cumin 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp Tabasco 1/2 Tbsp brown sugar 15.5-oz. cans low-sodium pinto beans, drained 15.5-oz. cans low-sodium kidney beans, drained