This post was originally published on April 1st, which may impact its factual accuracy. For example, very few sharks actually enjoy Billie Holiday.
If your home has recently been damaged by a flood, chances are good that may now have a new room mate. According to FEMA, over 23% of all homes with standing flood water will contain at least one shark, while 8% will contain two or more sharks.
In this post, we’ll teach you what to do about these great white headaches. Continue reading →
Easter weekend is just around the corner and the forecast looks sunny, so why not take advantage of the weather by planning a picnic? Whether your’re looking for ocean views, playgrounds, sports fields, or somewhere you can bring your pets, we have just the perfect place for your Easter picnic in San Diego. Continue reading →
Back in the 70s and 80s, waterbeds were all the rage, yet when they fell out of favor in the 90s, it was no surprise to us. Waterbeds require special care, regular maintenance – and they’re heavy as hell. More importantly, if a waterbed breaks, it spells disaster for your bedroom.
While all water beds are a bad idea, we’ve found the worst of the worst. Continue reading →
Which grilling method is “better” is the never ending debate, from flavor to cost to convenience. Gas burns cleaner, but isn’t necessarily healthier for you. Charcoal emits more carbon monoxide, particulate matter and soot into the atmosphere, contributing to increased pollution. From a taste perspective, on the other hand, many people prefer the smokier, richer taste of food cooked on a charcoal grill.
San Diego is full of great parks for BBQing. In fact, there are so many that people new to the area sometimes don’t know where to start. We asked a few of our team members where they like to go when it’s time to break out the grill and picked a few of our favorites to share. Continue reading →