Anthony Davis
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Library of the future, another concept by Anthony Davis

The library of the future. - concept by Anthony Davis The library of the future will be virtual. We all use the internet but this will be unlike the internet as it stands today. The library will be a 3-D virtual library, that you visit in real tim
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Posted in Books on May 22, 2018

We bought a half gallon of buttermilk reduced for only 25 Cents.

The other day, my wife purchased a half gallon of cultured buttermilk reduced for quick sale. The half gallon of buttermilk was only 25 cents. Believe it or not. And I do love cold buttermilk. When we go shopping for groceries, we do look at the
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Posted in Food on May 22, 2018

Doomsday prophets aren't making much headway when they say they favor mass pandemics to reduce the overpopulation of the planet.

I began to see the way the doomsday prophets were going. They start out with concern for the planet, but are only whistle blowers. They do not care about anyone. They are only interested in creating fear among everyone who is lulled into listening to their
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Posted in Personal on May 17, 2018

Why the big deal about making coffee? I guess it's because it's one drink I never get tired of.

It started a long time before I even bothered to grow up. When I was just a toddler. Coffee was a thing that my mom and my dad had every morning. Along with a cigarette. I didn't like the smell of burning cigarettes and the smoke got in my eyes
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Posted in Personal on May 16, 2018

Rolling Blackout on our power grid today.

Here is the latest. Our area, our immediate block was no. 6 on the Oncor outage map. Power went out for 15 minutes. We had to restore power at the breaker box. This was reported to Oncor already. Surely it was an issue on their end. I called my brother, w
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Posted in Breaking News on May 16, 2018

Spending time with mother - A day in the life of a little girl. A mystery story.

MOMMY TAKES ME TO WORK WITH HER where she cleans houses and I spend the day reading while she cleans the big house today. I CAN'T STAY HOME ALONE AND MY MOMMY CAN'T AFFORD A BABYSITTER. So, every day, we go to the big house where those men in da
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Posted in Persona Paper on May 13, 2018

Lifeline support will be stopped and landline phone bills will go back up.

The telephone company wrote us a letter saying that by the end of May of this year, lifeline support will be stopped and landline phone bills will go back up. The telephone bill will rise to a higher monthly rate, because our lifeline support will
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Posted in Random on May 10, 2018

3 minutes in a microwave is not enough for hot water for coffee

Water for coffee must be between the temperatures of 195 degrees to 205 degrees F, but not as high as boiling which is 112 degrees F. I have been microwaving my water for only 3 minutes all this time for tea and coffee for the French press. From
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Posted in Tutorials on May 7, 2018

Big Pharma's Got your number.

I HAVE BEEN GETTING PRETTY FED UP WITH ALL THE PHARMACY ADS ON TELEVISION LATELY And as you well know, the frequency of repeated advertisements for all those drugs on television can be a bit disturbing because of their very subject matter and of cou
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Posted in Business on May 3, 2018

Placing small rocks around a newly planted rose may prevent squirrles from digging around it's roots.

I TRANSPLANTED ONE ROSE BUSH YESTERDAY TO ALLOW SPACE ON ALL SIDES FOR FUTURE GROWTH but when I walked out back today, to check things out. I looked down at the area near that rose's roots and knew that a squirrel had been digging away at it. I saw where t
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Posted in Animals on May 2, 2018

Comments (53)

Anthony... Your articles are getting better! I'm enjoying them. Keep up the good work.

March 18, 2018, 1:06 PM

Thanks for being a faithful contributor to Personapaper and sticking with it. :)

September 9, 2017, 4:43 PM

Hope you are not being affected by the hurricane / tropical storm that is hitting Houston! :(

August 28, 2017, 8:19 AM

Just thought I would stop over and say hello

May 27, 2017, 11:17 PM

We had winds which of course blew down a few things I'd been working on, so much for that for now I suppose. At least it isn't as cold and some other places are, I don't think I could handle freezing temps.

December 18, 2016, 12:03 PM

Howdy neighbor, how's the weather round there?

December 16, 2016, 2:26 PM

Thanks lookatdesktop . Certainly new members will be welcome. I have not taken over PP yet, it will take a while for Will to get it all together and passed across.

September 9, 2016, 3:10 PM

Hi..I have just followed you :)

May 25, 2016, 2:37 PM

I see you left a comment for me in January. No, not writing anywhere else at this time but I am starting to get an itch so I decided if I could still get on here.

April 26, 2016, 3:14 PM

That's okay the money I have earned at other sites was just enough to buy a new paper once a month.

April 15, 2016, 6:47 PM