Volume 1, Issue #132 – Published by LifeCraft Media. LLC, Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Off The Cuff: Although not the big save that makes viral videos, I recently came into owning a swimming pool and now, at this particular time of the season, have saved over seven baby toads that did not understand the pool does not have a ladder out for toads. Thankfully, they know how to float, at least for several hours, as I’ve only scooped out one little feller that did not make it.
In Other Words: How many people have to change their minds before you become an Influencer? More than one? Is there a professional designation? You too could be…
“I am a child, I’ll last a while
You can’t conceive of the pleasure in my smile.”
I Am A Child by Neil Young
Repeat from yesterday, considering the Lyrics – Why Boys Lie: Otherwise, they would always be in trouble.
Date: October 5, 2020
Source: University College London
Summary: That Prefrontal Cortex thing and society – interesting stuff – click to access the article (will open a new window, so you can come right back here whenever you want). CLICK
There are “bar” towels, which as a former bartender I came to consider as important as a shaker glass, and recently, I’ve learned of the “Huck” towel – millions of you (the public) know what a Huck towel is, especially those in the healthcare or car care businesses… Lint free, cotton, and a pretty blue…
More Lyrics: considering the photo above:
“How many colors of blue make up the sky?
Seven,… ten, maybe.
Funny thing to think as I lie next to you.”
How Many Colors of Blue by Rod McKuen
Rod, with Anita Kerr, and The San Sebastian Strings… performing How Many Colors of Blue
Who Said? (answer from issue 11.20.2020 – repeating the quote, since this one does not follow from yesterday’s paper: “Why don’t I just step out and slip into something more spectacular?” said by Liberace
Today’s quote, who said: “I lived an idyllic ‘Huckleberry Finn’ life in a tiny town. Climbing trees. Tagging after brothers. Happy. Barefoot on my pony. It was ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’-esque.”
Thanks for stopping by – the full NBPW will return soon… after we are fully moved in, or sort of moved in, or I can get some semblance of a normal daily schedule happening again, maybe, but even in this short edition you get some generally good stuff!
Music: Dance of the Planets from Beside Solanum by Razbaque Dirge. – cc 4.0 share by license…