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If Your Mouth Could Talk (a book review)

Just finished an academic book entitled 'If Your Mouth Could Talk' An In depth Guide to Oral Health and Its' Impact on Your Entire Life written by Kami Hoss. This academic book teaches us more than just how to care for our mouths for we should know h
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Posted by on December 18, 2022

Eat Like Jesus Ate The Foods from the Bible

Who wants to eat like Jesus? To me eating like Jesus would mean a lot of fruits and vegetables as well as breads and grains. We all know that Jesus was a carpenter and was also know that a carpenter must eat right in order to do a good job.&nbs
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Posted by on December 18, 2022

Post Mortem A Book review

This is will be the first in a series of book reviews of Patricia Cornwell's series of crime novels. Patricia has written many 'Scarpetta' novels over the years, and I for one have read them all pretty much but some are out of order. This serie
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Posted by on January 13, 2023

Old Niume.com book reviews

It seems like many years ago that I wrote a few very short book reviews for a writing site by the name of Niume.com. The site is no longer running for I think for I tried to do a search and it seems nothing turns up unless I am looking in the places.
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Posted by on December 17, 2022

Private LA (a book review)

James Patterson has written a crime story entitled 'Private LA' along with Mark Sullivan who adds more knowledge to this part of the series. In writing 'Private LA' James and Mark enter the life of detectives trying to figure out why a person would j
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Posted by on January 16, 2023

War and Tolstoy

What is War? The definition that I remember is one that goes something like this: War is a geopolitical issue that affects many people and ideas whether social, economic, religious and political. Mainly it is when two or more sides do not agree
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Posted by on December 17, 2022

Private LA (a book review)

James Patterson has written a crime story entitled 'Private LA' along with Mark Sullivan who adds more knowledge to this part of the series. In writing 'Private LA' James and Mark enter the life of detectives trying to figure out why a person would j
Click here to read more

Posted by on January 16, 2023

Post Mortem A Book review

This is will be the first in a series of book reviews of Patricia Cornwell's series of crime novels. Patricia has written many 'Scarpetta' novels over the years, and I for one have read them all pretty much but some are out of order. This serie
Click here to read more

Posted by on January 13, 2023

Eat Like Jesus Ate The Foods from the Bible

Who wants to eat like Jesus? To me eating like Jesus would mean a lot of fruits and vegetables as well as breads and grains. We all know that Jesus was a carpenter and was also know that a carpenter must eat right in order to do a good job.&nbs
Click here to read more

Posted by on December 18, 2022

If Your Mouth Could Talk (a book review)

Just finished an academic book entitled 'If Your Mouth Could Talk' An In depth Guide to Oral Health and Its' Impact on Your Entire Life written by Kami Hoss. This academic book teaches us more than just how to care for our mouths for we should know h
Click here to read more

Posted by on December 18, 2022

Old Niume.com book reviews

It seems like many years ago that I wrote a few very short book reviews for a writing site by the name of Niume.com. The site is no longer running for I think for I tried to do a search and it seems nothing turns up unless I am looking in the places.
Click here to read more

Posted by on December 17, 2022

War and Tolstoy

What is War? The definition that I remember is one that goes something like this: War is a geopolitical issue that affects many people and ideas whether social, economic, religious and political. Mainly it is when two or more sides do not agree
Click here to read more

Posted by on December 17, 2022

Looking Good On The Outside

Central Heating Our main central heating is oil but we have a couple of coal fires in the house, both for extra heat in a cold winter and for emergency, in case the electricity fails. The stoves are supposed to be multi fuel, that is, you can use coal or
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Posted by on July 9, 2020

Gross Food Product Report: Planters Salted Caramel Peanuts

My daughter purchased a "treat" for her kids, aged 4 to 9. Salted caramel peanuts, although the label clearly states artificial flavor. Anyway, the kids thought they didn't taste good and refused to eat more than their first bite. So me (you know my kind,
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Posted by on October 10, 2018

A new site I just "discovered"... Humans.net

I don't know if you will find it interesting... Anyway, here we go! As I teach Spanish online, I was interested in finding either a site where I can write and earn or a site to offer my services as a teacher - translator, etc... And I found www.humans
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Posted by on January 3, 2018

The 2017 Toyota Camry Has a Painful Design Flaw

(That picture is not of a Camry, in case you didn't know. Read on and you'll get it.) I recently had my trusty 2000 Avalon in the body shop of the local Toyota dealership for repairs. The shop had cars for rent, and they were all Toyotas, of course. They
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Posted by on August 9, 2017