Instagram vs. Real Life (swipe ⏩) It's not "normal" to work from social media.
It's not "normal" to pay off massive debt.
It's not "normal" to fire your boss.
It's not "normal" to take insane risk.
It's not "normal" to get to pick your coworkers.
✨WE DON'T WANT TO BE NORMAL✨
Sunday Funday Football at Crawdad Hole!
Y’all know we love the Cowboys, the Saints, the 49ers, and NFL Football, so we are having watch parties from 12-8 on our tv screens!
Dallas Cowboys start at 12! Saints start at 3!
On the menu is boiled shrimp, crab legs, gumbo, turkey neck, sausage, potatoes, and corn!
We will have a limited supply of frozen Crawdads so come and get’em! (you can try them before you buy them). ....and one of the only restaurants that you can BOB ($3.00 charge) in a cooler. Pretty Cool!
Check out what’s going on 👇🏻:
The Crawdad Hole
1150 Lakeland Dr
Jackson, MS 39216
It might seem like you know everything there is to know about Italian food, but unless you've spent a lot of time in Italy, chances are good that you only know the American version of things. Check out our latest Facebook post on the biggest differences in Italian🇮🇹 and American🇺🇸 diets.
While almost 70% of the Earth is made up of water, many parts of the world suffer from clean water shortage. Conserving water is important because it keeps water pure and clean while protecting the environment.
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Here are a few important facts about water on this planet from the U.S. Department of Interior's Bureau of Reclamation:
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🌎 Ninety-seven percent of all water on the earth is salt water, which is not suitable for drinking.
🌎 Only 3% of water on Earth is fresh water, and only 0.5% is available for drinking.
🌎 The other 2.5% of fresh water is locked in ice caps, glaciers, the atmosphere, soil, or under the earth's surface, or is too polluted for consumption.
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Let's all continue to work towards conserving water everyday. According to the New York City Environmental Protection website, "reducing water demand benefits our water supply system and New York City at large by increasing flexibility in our operations, reducing our energy footprint and greenhouse gas emissions (from treating less drinking water and wastewater), and keeping water bills affordable". Become more educated on our cities water conservation by copying and pasting this link: https://on.nyc.gov/2lPbCdY #precycle