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Nov 6th 2011 2:24PM All good tips, but I have a few to add: (1) if possible, get lots of sunlight when you land. Be outside. (2) Eat when the local time suggests you should have a meal, not when you are hungry. This will attune your body to the local clock cycles quicker and (3) try Melatonin. It works great for me, but not my wife, so don't try it the first time on a trip. Use it before you go to bed on the first night away. It normally doesn't help you get to sleep, but it does help adjust your clock while you are sleeping. Others swear by passiflora (passion flower extract) instead. I pretty much do all of the tips in this article, and my additional tips and never get jetlag. I used to get it terribly, so I know these work.
Nov 30th 2006 4:07PM
How can you forget Ardbeg 1965 in this ( http://www.ardbeg1965.com )? I think it goes for about $6K, only a little over 200 bottles made and available only via lottery.
Oct 18th 2006 4:35PM My cat loves peanut butter. Give him a fingerful and he will lick it off, then clean himself for an hour.
He's also been known to steal a salmon skin off of a visiting guest's dinner plate.
Other things he loves... chicken broth (you open a can and he'll run over, meow and then look at you with big, hungry eyes until you give him a plateful) and paté baguette sandwiches (picture he and I doing a "Lady and the Tramp" thing... each of us eating the sandwich from opposite ends).