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    There should be Smart Source, Red Plum, and P&G inserts in this weekend’s newspaper. Coupons to look forward to include $2/1 Stayfree product, $1/2 Keebler crackers, and $0.75/1 select Dawn dish detergent. Note that coupon inserts vary by region, so yours may differ somewhat from those listed at Sunday Coupon Preview.

    Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Cold Cuts.

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    Amazon’s free Android app of the day is CrossMe Color ($4.95 value), a puzzle game that gets 3.6 stars in 45 reviews.

    Here’s a perfect example of how the blogging world has melted away my prejudice against homeschooling. (Via Like Merchant Ships.)


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