September the 18th is National Cheeseburger Day.

Cheeseburgers have always been my burger of choice. I love the melted cheese flavor, preferably with mustard, ketchup, and onions. I will still have a cheeseburger but have cut out the classic french fries since I have diabetes.

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Howard Morris Was Ernest T. Bass

“And if you wonder who I be, it’s me it’s me, it’s Ernest T.!”

Howard Jerome Morris was born September 4, 1919, to a Jewish family in the Bronx, New York, the son of Hugo and Elsie Morris. Morris attended New York University on a dramatic arts scholarship. During World War II he was assigned to a United States Army Special Services unit, the entertainment branch, where he was a First Sergeant. He was based in Honolulu and entertained the troops throughout the pacific.

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Shawnee Smith

“Acting is like a game of tennis. The better your opponent, the better you’re going to play.” – Shawnee Smith

Shawnee Rebecca Smith was born July 3, 1969, in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Her mother was an oncology nurse and her dad was a financial planner and former US Air Force Pilot. When Shawnee was one they moved to Van Nuys, California where, a year later, her parents would divorce. She attended North Hollywood High School, graduating in 1987.

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Fast Food Nutrition

[ noo-trish-uhn ] noun
the act or process of nourishing or of being nourished.

Kind of an oxymoron, fast food, and nutrition. I have always wondered, on those rare occasions I eat fast food, which ones are better (or worse) for me. I have diabetes so I am especially cognizant of the sugar and carbohydrates included in my meal.

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