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Cleanup on Aisle 9

On the Lighter Side: Bad Lip Reading 2016 NFL version

Sometimes, the outcomes of professional football seasons are as unfathomable as this hilarious interpretation of on-field commentary, courtesy of the YouTube channel Bad Lip Reading.

On the Lighter Side: Merry Me?

This creative photo subject modeler used the occasion of the annual Christmas group photo to quite cleverly disguise his big question. Can you spot it before she did?

On the Lighter Side: Ho-ho-horrible ginger bread fails

What could be more fun than providing your customer families with the ingredients to participate in this wholesome seasonal tradition of assembling walls of cookies and icing? Apparently, a whole lot things, judging by this gallery of 25 horrifying attempts.

On the Lighter Side: Kids, I have some bad Halloween news for you

We can't help ourselves. No, it's not that we can't stop eating all our kids' Halloween candy, as late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel annually urges parents to do and then videotape the results. We can't stop ourselves from laughing at these kids whose lives, once again, have been simply ruined by their heartless parents. We dare you not to laugh, as well.

On the Lighter Side: Now this is some creative signage

Great restaurant chalk boards

When it comes to good promotional writing, there's sometimes a delicately fine line between spurring customers into action and openly insulting them. Click here to see some restaurant chalk signs that have left that line far, far behind.

Partners

Supported by the Nebraska Farm Bureau

The farm and ranch families represented by Nebraska Farm Bureau are proud sponsors of the Farmer Goes to Market program. We take great pride in supporting Nebraska's agricultural foundation. A key part of that effort is to make sure we produce safe and affordable food. This newsletter is an important part of our effort to connect the two most important parts of the food chain -- the farmer and the grocer -- with the goal of increasing consumer awareness and information about how their food is raised in Nebraska.


In patnership with the Nebraska Grocery Industry Association

The Nebraska Grocery Industry Association was formed in 1903 by a group of Omaha grocery store owners, wholesalers and vendors to allow them to promote independent food merchants and members of the food industry, and to promote education and cooperation among its membership. NGIA continues to represent grocery store owners and operators, along with wholesalers and vendors located throughout Nebraska, by promoting their success through proactive government relations, innovative solutions and quality services. NGIA offers efficient and economical programs. NGIA also lobbies on both a state and national level, ensuring that the voice of the food industry in Nebraska is heard by our representatives.


Supported by the Nebraska Corn Board

The Nebraska Corn Board, on behalf of 23,000 corn farmers in Nebraska, invests in market development, research, promotion and education of corn and value-added products. The board aims to work closely with the farmer-to-consumer food chain, to educate everyone about the role corn has in our everyday healthy lives. The Nebraska Corn Board is proud to sponsor the Farmer Goes to Market program to help bring its mission of expanding demand and value of Nebraska corn to the consumer, through the strongest touch point in that chain: the Nebraska retail grocer.