Congress wants your Tetrahydrocannabinol Tax Dollars. STATES RIGHTS WHERE ARE YOU? More regulations on the way. NORMAL, anything but.
Volume 1, Issue #143 – Published by LifeCraft Media. LLC, Saturday, December 5, 2020 – Evening Edition
Options for the Brain:
Check your Monkeysphere at the door: What Monkeyspere? Your monkeysphere – the people, things, stuff you do and do not care for, though the same, and why. Give it a read… Cracked! is back (even if the article is 13 years old, if you missed the concept…).
Off The Cuff:
Spandex: who would have thunk it, tights as a daily leg-wear, at the same time as Denim: bell bottoms arrive in stores just before Christmas. 2020 fashion.
Road and Driver:
If electric cars become the norm, will extremely loud car stereos still be necessary… Of course.
The Covid Today:
Dry ice – king of cool: If you have not heard, hopefully, since this is the news part of the paper, one of the major new vaccines needs to be stored at 95 degrees below zero – I should have paid more attention in chemistry, and biology.
“Some are bound for happiness, some are bound to glory
Some are bound to live with less, who can tell your story?”
See The Sky About To Rain by Neil Young
Two stones fuel debate over when America’s first settlers arrived
By Bruce Bower
DECEMBER 4, 2020
Rock-tool debris found way back, way back… like a hundred thousand years farther back than the paltry 30K many thought reliable – READ MORE.
The Death Penalty: These are the people and crimes they committed, currently sentenced to death in Federal courts.
A pretty day, a bit cool, and watched over by my friend… Good thing we’re not all gerbils.
Yesterday’s quote: Miles Davis – let me repeat his quote: “If you understood everything I say, you’d be me!”
Today’s Who Said: “The manic pursuit of success cost me everything I could love: my wife, my three children, some friends I would have liked to grow old with.”
Setting the Record Straight:
It is just not appropriate at this time, to forget others: personal space is larger now. Be the good part…
Music: “In the Middle of the Night” by the bluesman and guitarist, Tom Principato; cc4.0 license.
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