Archive for April, 2009
I’ve been curious, visiting different people in their homes over the years, at the of television. Some folks have televisions in every room of their house, and are literally never out of earshot or line of sight from a screen. Many of these folks are not simply staring at the screen incessantly, but it’s often always on as background.
The young woman I’m speaking to at the moment is apparently high on prescription drugs. I have yet to ascertain whether they are hers or someone, but at this point it’s hardly a salient point. After a brief rant about narwhals, she has now abruptly ended the conversation. It was my longest in the last day – probably 5 minutes at least. Before that, I chatted with someone for about 3 minutes earlier in the day. In between, I had several 10-second conversations that ranged from immediate requests for virtual sex to offers to play Pokemon. I’ve spoken – albeit briefly – to people from Israel, the Netherlands, and the Eastern Coast of the US.
In case you weren’t aware, just because you’re happy dating someone doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll be happy married to them.
Since my wife turned me on to the benefits of healthy eating over a decade ago, we’ve enjoyed a lot of fun times together cooking. I’ve grown in awareness not merely of determining the best value from a monetary perspective at the grocery store, but now factoring that together for a larger picture of the best value for health. I found this article very interesting, as I’ve worried as well that healthy eating – particularly organic and locavore eating habits – are at this point still a luxury for the well-heeled, as opposed to a reasonable expectation for someone on a tighter budget.
Right behavior or right belief? Or can you separate the two?
Bonus points for originality and practicality, but no information on what this little doo-dad is going to cost. If it really works as they say it will, I think this is a great item for throwing in with the camping gear. So long as you don’t forget to pack your phone, or your GPS unit.