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If you are still scrolling and haven't chosen a page yet, then let me please tell you a story. You see, it all started 14 years ago. I was working as a grocery produce stocker. On am early Saturday morning, I awoke to a loud boom in my closet. I arose to see what it was. I moved closer and closer towards the closet. I had grabbed a small bat because I was pretty scared. I slowly opened the closet door. What did I see before my eyes? It was a small rabbit. Not just any rabbit. This rabbit was brown. That's right. It was a brown rabbit. Shocked by how a BROWN rabbit could be in my closet, I awoke my wife. I asked her if she knew how a brown rabbit got into our closet. She didn't know how to respond. This made me a little suspicious. Why didn't she know how the brown rabbit got into the closet? What was she hiding? And where was she hiding it? I needed answers and I needed them now. But as the night went on, I became more and more tired. I think she may have spiked my night time drink. I went to sleep. I awoke the next morning to bacon and eggs. The smell filled every room. The family merged in the dining area. We all ate breakfast. Something didn't seem right. I couldn't put my finger on it. Were these ORGANIC eggs? They didn't seem like it. Where was the carton? Why couldn't I find the darn cartoon to verify if the eggs were organic or not? I became irritable. The eggs were delicious but I needed them to be organic. My whole Sunday depended on it. Wait, was it Sunday already? How was that so? I looked at our family calendar to see the date. The calendar was a cat themed calendar with different cats on each month of the year. Some of the cats had small inspirational sayings next to them. A few examples were, "Always finish your soup." Another one was "Don't let the kite get stuck in the tree." We lived and died by that calendar. I couldn't find it though. It wasn't hanging up on the refrigerator. I felt lost. Abandoned. I didn't know what to do. Then I remembered. I could just look at my phone. My phone was a smart phone. A smart phone has applications on them called apps. Smartphones are like miniature computers. you can do a lot of things with a miniature computer. One example of something you could do with a miniature computer, is look at the World Wide Web. There is lots of information to be found. Such information is; inspirational sayings; cat pictures; lost yarn balls; and the day of the week. I chose the day of the week app. I pressed on the app on my smart phone. The calendar opened. It showed me the day. It was Sunday. Today was Sunday! I felt a huge rush of relief as I looked at the application on my smart phone. Then I looked up something on the internet. I searched for "did I eat organic eggs?" The search results showed me the answers I needed. The first answer was