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Started by Dyslexic's DOG. Last reply by Michael Penn Apr 19, 2015.
We have a strange family which differ in response to coffee.My daughter thrives on coffee, as all through university, in both degrees she picked up, the other students always remember her as the girl…Continue
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Started by Patricia. Last reply by Bertold Brautigan Apr 5, 2015.
New poll shows British Columbia largely non-religiousIn April 2013, the…Continue
For a while I didn't flush every time, but something was sticking to the walls and looked gross, so finally, through the day, I started urinating in one of the small plastic urinals I keep by my bed, so I don't have to get up at night. Rinsing those out uses less water, but it finally became annoying, so I ordered the wall-mounted urinal. The reviews said this one doesn't splash as much as others, so I'll see.
Interesting, Spud, having a urinal in your house. I bet you'll still have stray splash all around, however. I save water by not flushing every time. "If it's yellow, let it mellow. If it's brown, flush it down." Since I live alone, odor is not a concern.
The only magazine I like that my library doesn't have is Consumer Reports on Health. I submitted a requested for them to subscribe, but they didn't. Forgot why, but they did show me how to access it online. Since I started accessing the web at home, I've not yet figured out how to find it here.
Ooh, I love waffles. I'll dig-out the waffle appliance, which hasn't been use in a long time.
But first, I need to install a urinal that arrived yesterday. Looking forward to having no more urine on the rim of the toilet and on the floor, but especially saving quite a bit of water.
Yesterday, while at the library, I thought I'd sit and read a magazine or two. But I was overwhelmed at the choices and decided not to read anything. The one magazine I wanted to read, The Huminist, they don't subscribe to anymore.
On a non-related note, I fixed waffles this morning with hickory nuts and black raspberry syrup. Wow, really good, especially with coffee. I'm ready to kick butt today!
I also stopped buying magazines many years ago Plinius. I read them at the library now.
So I stopped buying magazines, it was too expensive and I didn´t have to throw them out.
I've found it especially hard to get rid of magazines that promise "Here's a wonderful project you can build when you get around to it!" or "Learn this great piece of music, when you get around to it!"
Magazines are one thing I used to save way too long, but have been getting better at tossing. I've thrown all my old computer magazines, Readers Digests, Consumer Reports, and Consumer Reports on Health in the recycle bin.
I'm also much better at tossing old catalogs. I have a place for them, and when I get a new one, I put the old one in the recycle bin.
Since I became an atheist 20 years ago, I have no problem throwing out all the religious magazines and books as I come across them. That feels so good.
I will admit to being a bit of a packrat as it comes to magazines, in my case, Car and Driver, The Absolute Sound, and Stereophile, especially if they review cars or equipment I either own or hope to own in the future. I'm TRYING to be better about not hanging onto every issue but ... [grumble!]
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