Flavored Mouth Guard for Sports

Here’s another cool find! A sports mouth guard that is flavored! No more blah or bad tasting piece of rubber.  They are made by a company called MoGo and have four flavors available mint, lemon, orange and fruit punch.  To top that off they look pretty cool too.

“Revolutionary flavor technology allows MoGo to add flavor to plastic, creating the world’s first flavored mouthguard. The result is the freshest tasting sports mouthguard ever. The flavor is not coated or sprayed on the plastic; it is embedded into the plastic so the flavor lasts game after game after game… Exceptional design allows for maximum comfort, performance, protection & breathability. The flavor is made from all-natural ingredients. All flavors and materials are FDA compliant & BPA free. Quick-release tether Included. Not designed for braces. Adult Size: 12 Years and Older. Youth Size: 11 Years and Younger.”

I personally bought a MOGO mouth guard for my son and he said it’s really minty tasting, doesn’t taste rubbery at all.  And of course he is already asking for the other flavors because I told him he could just have one to start with until we knew if he liked it… he loves it!
They are available online here.


The Overton Window by Glenn Beck – Book Review

I just finished reading The Overton Window by Glenn Beck.  Yes, I realize the book is not new on the market and that it’s been out for awhile now, but I don’t often get the chance to read for pleasure.  I had it on my list but, sorry Glenn, I read the Hunger Games Trilogy first.  On that note, if you liked The Hunger Games with all the government secrets and the love story, then I believe you would enjoy The Overton Window.

The first thing I would tell you about The Overton Window is that there is not a dull chapter in the book!  There was no lull where you just knew you had to read through to get to the next good part. It’s all good and all thrilling.  It’s the sort of book that every now and then you catch yourself holding your breath in suspense.

The book is set in today’s current state of political goings on in America.  That said, the book doesn’t take sides of left or right. If there are teams to be perceived in the book, it’s more of big government vs. We The People.  The Overton Window is a fictional piece of work woven with actual historical events.  One of the most interesting facts that was mentioned, that some may have forgotten, was when Donald Rumsfeld announced on September 10, 2001 that the U.S. government couldn’t account for 2.3 trillion dollars, something that was quickly forgotten the next day when our world changed forever in the 9/11 attacks.

The main character is Noah Gardner, a son of an extremely wealthy man who owns a PR firm that deals primarily with government issues and politicians.  Noah is the sort of guy who has breezed through life on his father’s dime.  He’s smart, he’s handsome and he is about to have the adventure of his life when he meets Molly Ross, a political activist.  Their story alone is one of love, betrayal, and danger.

Enter Agent Kearns, an aging FBI agent, who is undercover working with a domestic terrorist group that threatens to rock the U.S. just as it had been on September 11th or worse.  As other characters are introduced you’ll wonder who is to be trusted. A story that was a page turner to begin with now makes you wish you were a speed reader.

The undertone I gathered is, all of this may be going on as everyday Americans just go on living their lives oblivious to the inner workings of those who seek to destroy and those who seek to preserve our country. If government secrets and conspiracy theories intrigue you, The Overton Window is a book for you.


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