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Inside the Swine Barn at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, it smells like...a swine barn. At this year's World Pork Expo, a record 4,007 pigs are registered for the show.
Outside the Swine Barn, however, it smells, well, delicious. The Expo is hog heaven for those who love the other white meat.
I've noticed an emerging trend in the marijuana industry in Colorado.
There are an awful lot of women running these businesses—whether it's retail pot shops, manufacturing edible products infused with cannabis or running testing labs.
At this week's first-ever Colorado Cannabis Summit in Denver, the entire panel of local experts on safety and technology was made up of women.
"I like to call them the marijuana mavens," said Brooke Gehring, a former mortgage banker who now owns four pot stores in Colorado.
"It blows my mind, the incredible women I've met in this industry," said Genifer Murray, founder and CEO of CannLabs, a state-certified lab that tests the potency and safety of recreational pot products.
What do Edward Snowden, Sarah Palin and Justin Bieber have in common?
They all hate each other. Probably.
Eric Decker has it pretty rough.
He's gorgeous. He has a gorgeous wife. They just had a baby. They have their own reality show on E! Decker is a professional football player who spent three years with the Denver Broncos and has been traded to the New York Jets.
What a train wreck.
As Decker struggles to adjust to a new life in a new city with a new baby ... rolling in the money ... Ruffles has hired the wide receiver to be its frontman for a funny promotion called "Rough Life."
This week I got lucky. I scored a business trip to a Lockheed Martin facility where they make all kinds of warfare simulators—everything from tank mock-ups to pretend F-35 jet fighters. I got to play, but even playing was stressful.
I can't imagine how stressful it must be in real life, being a soldier on patrol in hostile territory for hours at a time.
You think selling Girl Scout cookies is easy? Well, of course it's easy. They're delicious.
But selling more than 21,000 boxes? That's an art. The Art of War, by Sun Tzu, apparently.
In a hilarious parody video created by Mashable, the very real 12-year-old Katie Francis of Oklahoma City reveals her strategy for selling the most cookies in Girl Scout history.
The video starts sweetly enough, as the sixth-grader announces that she recently broke the old record "by selling 21,477 boxes of Girl Scout cookies." Her secret?
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Former college football coach Barry Switzer has turned a man cave in his Oklahoma home into a base for Coaches' Cabana.
Apeks Supercritical sells an extraction machine for medical marijuana users who prefer consuming oils over smoking the plant.