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BEST PUT-DOWN
Posted:Apr 5, 2019 11:09 pm
Last Updated:Apr 8, 2019 7:47 pm
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I just read someone's blog was se*xual in nature. I going to post this joke I received, hoping it too will pass SFF censors. Here goes:

A Greek and an Italian were talking one day, discussing who had the superior culture.



Over coffee, the Greek says "Well, we built the Parthenon."



The Italian replies "We built the Coliseum."



The Greek retorts "We Greeks gave birth to mathematics."



The Italian, nodding, says "But we built the Roman Empire."



And so on and so on until the Greek comes up with what he thinks will end the discussion.



With a flourish of finality he says "We invented sex!"



The Italian replies " is true, but it was the Italians who included women.
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CARICATURES ARE BACK!
Posted:Apr 4, 2019 7:43 pm
Last Updated:Apr 18, 2019 10:22 pm
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For those of you who missed them:

1. Cybill Shephard

2. Danny DeVito

3. Melissa McCarthy

4. Barbra Streisand

5. Betty White

6,7,8.Update: For ET, Donald Trump

I hope you enjoy them.







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ALL I CAN SAY IS...
Posted:Apr 4, 2019 6:41 pm
Last Updated:Apr 8, 2019 7:47 pm
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I am thankful to be living in a civilized country. According to BBC News there are new laws in Brunei:

" the new laws, individuals accused of certain acts will be convicted if they confess or if there were witnesses present.

Offences such as r*a*p*e, adultery, so*domy, robbery and insult or defamation of the Prophet Muhammad will carry the maximum penalty of death.
Lesbian sex carries a different penalty of 40 strokes of the cane and/or a maximum of years in jail
The punishment for theft is amputation
Those who "persuade, tell or encourage" Muslim children the age of 18 "to accept the teachings of religions other than Islam" are liable to a fine or jail
Individuals who have not reached puberty but are convicted of certain offences may be instead subjected to whipping."

I can't imagine living in a country where such punishments are accepted. They are barbaric. I am grateful to live in Canada where such things would not be condoned.

What are your thoughts?

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My Mother’s Gift
Posted:Sep 16, 2018 9:47 pm
Last Updated:Apr 17, 2019 11:13 pm
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My brother gave our mother an interesting birthday gift. It was one of those ancestry DNA tests. There were some surprises since we thought we knew exactly where her family was from. It wasn’t that far off but it was interesting. What was most exciting was finding relatives we never knew we had. It’s been great. One cousin wrote us and 2 I wrote. We are still trying to piece everything together but there have been exchanges of pictures and everyone has been fantastic. In fact, it turns out 1 cousin lived in Montreal 20 years while we were there. We didn’t know the other existed. We spoke on the phone with 2 cousins. The third lives in Australia so we corresponded by e-mails. Two are doing family searches that they will share with us once completed. I find the whole thing fascinating.

What are your experiences, if any, with these services?
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DANGERS OF WASHING RAW CHICKEN
Posted:Jun 2, 2018 1:36 am
Last Updated:Sep 16, 2018 9:38 pm
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I was going to post about Roseanne Barr but it seems everyone beat me to the punch. I instead made a comment on someone else's great post (Star's). It definitely did intrigue me regarding the aftermath. It seems that when an actor takes a job, he/she better make sure the other actors in the production are all non controversial or they could end up kissing their residuals goodbye.

I read something today that I wanted to discuss because it's important. To wash raw chicken or not wash it, that is the question. Seems Julia Child said to wash them but her co-star disagreed. It seems to be a hot topic and one with potentially dangerous consequences if the wrong choice is made. There is a risk of cross contamination. Raw chicken has some deadly forms of bacteria. Salmonella is the one that most heard about but isn't the only one. When you wash raw chicken, it could get on other things and that can be deadly. I read something about soaking it in water instead and then putting it in the refrigerator for up to 2 hours. That may be the best bet but I am not sure.

Do you wash your raw chicken before cooking it?

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BARRY AND HONEY SHERMAN
Posted:Dec 23, 2017 10:16 pm
Last Updated:Dec 25, 2017 2:52 pm
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I can't speak of what is known internationally but here in Ontario the big news last week was the bodies of Barry and Honey Sherman were found hung by their pool. Barry Sherman owned Apotex the largest producer of generic drugs in Canada. I never really thought about it before but, I have insurance but still pay a portion. When there is no generic equivalent, my portion is still high. Thanks to Mr. Sherman whose company produces some of my pills, I have saved money. Countless of others have as well.

Now this is where things are different. Unlike some billionaires, the Shermans didn't live as high off the hog as most. They flew coach and Barry drove a beat up old car for many years. What they did most was donate generously their money AND time to causes. They gave tens of millions of dollars to charitable causes and Honey especially devoted her time and energy to causes she believed in. They were really good giving people.

I feel sick that such wonderful and generous people would be taken away from their 4 children in such a violent way and hope they find the culprit(s). I watched their funeral and I cried a lot. I can only imagine what their children are going through. One thing is sure, they left a great legacy and their generosity will always be remembered through the many they touched. RIP Barry and Honey Sherman.

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!
Posted:Dec 23, 2017 6:59 pm
Last Updated:Dec 24, 2017 11:45 pm
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I want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! May the year ahead be happy, healthy and filled with much joy and happiness.

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DID YOU FIND IT HARD TO REACH A NEW DECADE OF LIFE?
Posted:Sep 19, 2017 7:12 pm
Last Updated:Sep 24, 2017 1:49 am
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This is either the best place or the worst place to bring this up. Age is just a number, at least that's what the young guys that hit on me always say. I always answer yes but mine is a larger number than theirs. Well 50 hit me hard and now that I turned 59 and being so close to 60 bothers me in some ways. How did you take reaching a new decade?

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NEVER A DULL MOMENT
Posted:Sep 16, 2017 3:20 pm
Last Updated:Sep 19, 2017 2:15 pm
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Things have been crazy at my house for the past 5 weeks or so. My sister and mom and I went to our annual Ophthalmologist appointment. About 10 days later my mother's eyes were practically shut and we had to lead her around as if she was blind. She had pink eye. At the hospital, they asked the name of the Ophthalmologist and when they were told his name, they said they had several cases from patients there in the previous week. My mother eyes improved bit by bit but my sister got it from my mother. Pink eye is highly contagious. My brother who took my mother for one night caught it too. My sister STILL can't see well and was taken to see another Ophthalmologist every week. She has been off work and depressed. Today makes it 4 weeks she has had it. If it continues, she will need to see a Cornea specialst. Our eyes all passed our annual checkup, by the way.

I was planning on writing here and then I caught a cold 1.5 weeks ago. Yesterday while taking a nap I coughed out blood. Not a drop but quite a bit on my bed sheet and pillow. It was scary. I called our Tele Health and they said to go to see a doctor with a lab within 3 - 4 hours and given it was close to 10 pm, that meant the hospital. The conclusion was I have bronchitis and am now on antibotics.

Anyhow not a fun update but I did reading and found that sadly it is not rare for doctors to pass on health issues by keeping eye drop bottles opened or coming too close to someone's eye . Honestly, I am now scared for next year's annual appointment at a NEW eye doctor.

Have a great weekend.
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DO YOU THINK THERE SHOULD BE A STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES?
Posted:Jul 19, 2017 1:42 am
Last Updated:Jul 21, 2017 2:38 pm
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I was just reading ET's interesting post and it reminded me of how some crimes have a statute of limitations and other crimes don't. I don't agree with it in the case of violent crimes. Bill Cosby comes to mind. Out of all his accusers, only 1 was allowed to bring charges due to the statute of limitations. How fair is that? I personally don't agree with it. Yes it is hard to remember details and it does make it more difficult to prove a case because humans can't retain everything, however, I think every victim deserves their day in court. What do you think?

I am equally disgusted by double jeopardy. Nobody can be tried for the same crime twice. That means someone like O. J. Simpson can come out and admit he killed Nicole and Ron and not be held accountable. How does that make sense? The criminal system needs some serious revisions in my opinion. What do you think?
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