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‘The kidney has a very special place in the heart’

click That’s where your smartness is (stable genius taps Temple knowingly), kidneys. I spel gud 2 covfefe. One of the great benefits of being on the road is you can’t watch much Cable News. Of course what you do get is CNN which barely qualifies as news and makes me appreciate MSNBC more, not that MSNBC …

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It doesn’t get any better.

comprare levitra 20 mg   Road computing, I mean actually changing to new and exotic places on a nearly daily basis, is fraught by comparison with hooking up in a pre-Scouted and prepared location which, frankly, is frustrating enough. Add the large chunks of time spent in actual travel and I’m surprised I get anything done at all. Yesterday …

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Ain’t No Rest For Wicked, Until We Close Our Eyes For Good

enter site   By The Sea required much more effort than I expected and the time I didn’t spend being busy I spent recovering from being busy so- no posting. Told you it would be a crap shoot. I have to go back in 2 weeks to finish anyway and I have other agendas to pursue which …

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Road Noise

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Rant of the Week: Stephen Colbert – A Few Of Their Favorite Things

Stephen Colbert, the host of CBS’ “The Late Show,” took some of the Democratic candidates for the 2020 presidential nomination to task over their answers to 18 questions that were posed to them during a recent New York Times interview. Stephen took special exception to their answers about comfort food and their choice of heroes.

Summer Solstice 2019

Summer arrived this morning on the East Coast at 11:54 AM when the Sun reached the Tropic of Cancer. People living there would have seen the sun pass directly overhead at Noon. The Solstice is the 24 hour period during the year when the most daylight hits the Northern Hemisphere. The Sun’ angle relative to …

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Happy Fathers’ Day

Advice from a father to his child: If you set your mind to it, you can do anything and be anything you want. Don’t ever let anyone tell you – you can’t. For those still here and those who are not. We, your children, love you.

Is Today A Good Day For Mesolithic Giant Beavers?

Every Day is a good Day for Mesolithic Giant Beavers! Why giant human-sized beavers died out 10,000 years ago by Tessa Plint, The Conversation May 29, 2019 Giant beavers the size of black bears once roamed the lakes and wetlands of North America. Fortunately for cottage-goers, these mega-rodents died out at the end of the …

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Slow Blogging Days

Due to unexpected travel blogging will be slow, that is, unless Trump unexpected leaves office for whatever reason. We will resume regular posts in a day or two, so keep checking back. Meanwhile, have some music.

Transfer Complete

I’m afraid you’ll have to learn to deal with times we are all out of range or busy.

Rant of the Week: Bill Maher – Crime and No Punishment

In his New Rule segment of his HBO show “Real Time,” Bill Maher takes Special Counsel Robert Mueller to task for not holding Trump accountable for his crimes. No one is above the law.

Pardon The Pause

I’m actually pretty focused on providing regular content and I feel badly about it when I am thwarted. Today both sites have been entirely unresponsive and if you’re reading this it means the problem has been fixed. I won’t try and make up for lost time however, we will move forward from this point. I …

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