The most significant stories in each category will include a short synopsis, not the…
My wife of 20 years is Type 1 diabetic and we, coworkers, neighbors and strangers have had to contend with everything in this article. I knew nothing about it in the beginning. Diabetes was just an impersonal term. My examples come from personal experience.
People around me have talked about their diets for years, but nothing ever changes. Why?
Diets don’t work
Because they attack the wrong…
People, i.e. strangers, frequently comment on how they love watching us dancing together. Odd since I don’t know how to dance. One lady even gave us a red rose.
That is today. It started years ago.
During our vacation in Cancun, Mexico, the waiter told us that we were not like most couples. All of the staff had noticed. We asked what he meant. …
The author, following the usual stereotypes and prejudices, accused me of self-promotion. A false assumption.
I include links out of pure laziness.
Why write a 100-line comment 20 times
— if I have a story saying the same thing?
I summarize my point and add the link to my article at the end of the comment to provide support when I have one that fits.
I’ve had numerous positive responses on the comments and linked articles using this technique. This is the first negative one.
If I see a comment that is a 5-minute read, I rarely read them. I…
Rep. Thomas Massie, a Kentucky Republican, declined to take the COVID-19 vaccine and said, “it’s none of your business” to a reporter. He cited a study that showed that people who had COVID did not need the vaccine. He’s wrong on two counts, even though he did graduate from MIT.
Hurricanes subject trees to 100 mph winds. Weak or dead limbs can become projectiles. A thick, heavy canopy won’t let the wind go through and may topple the entire tree or send extremely large limbs flying.
There seems to be a stereotype about old retired people sitting on their porches, in their rocking chairs, watching the world go by. Like most stereotypes, nothing could be further from the truth.
There are over 3,000 clubs in The Villages, Fl. — some extremely active, like running and bicycle clubs. I can look out to Lake Sumter and see the dragon boats practicing, just like those at the start of the tv show Hawaii 5–0. The movie, Poms, depicted women trying to form a cheerleading team. There is a two-year wait to join the main team in The Villages.
William “Bill” Myers, Analyzes all, Programmer, retired. If you learn anything new, find enjoyment, have a new thought, then I’m successful. Photo: 1st article