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December 14th, 2019

I have finally paid off the old car I got off craigslist.   Oh boy, took a long time and a lot of scrimping out of a budget that is not meant to stretch to much other than food and utilities. But I did it and I'm proud to get it paid off. It's not perfect that car.  A friend was riding with me the other day and suddenl

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December 12th, 2019

Anil Dash "Link In Bio" is a slow knife Anil on links and the web we’ve settled f

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December 11th, 2019

[Part 2 of 2] Linus Pauling’s relationship with the scientist and peace activist Andrei Sakharov – a kindred spirit whom he never met – began in unusual fashion. In 1978 Pauling was in Moscow attending the International Conference on Biochemistry and Molecular Biology when an unidentified man handed him a

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December 10th, 2019

There are Christmas lights everywhere this year, seems like on every street.  I like to see them, since color brightens up my brain. Our strange winter continues.  We've had very little rain. An inversion has held in stinky air pollution from somewhere off and on for weeks.  Sometimes the air outside smells like real

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December 7th, 2019

CityLab

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NYMag There’s Nothing to Argue About This is the scariest take I’ve read

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December 6th, 2019

I took Squeaky, the darling little buff tabby boy from Egg Place, up to Wilsonville Wednesday evening.  I handed him off to Karen, who kept him for the night then took him with two other Egg Place kittens who had been fostered by another person in Portland, to the FCCO.  All three boarded the Kitten Caboose.  Off to Oreg

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December 5th, 2019

Week 48 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. After discovering a tiny bit of black mold in my front-loading washing machine this week, I decided to replace the entire rubber gasket myself. There's a special tool that one should use to get the tension rings off a washing machine, but I'm cheap. $30 on

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December 4th, 2019

My room had a bare wood floor and a mattress. Leaves of Grass was sitting on the shelf. I had a portable electric typewriter. There were beans to eat in the kitchen, and I washed way too much spinach in the vegetarian kitchen. The kitchen manager came in and said "We'll figure out something to do with it." I think we w

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href.cool href.cool: Links of the 2010s Get thee to this list. So many feels retracing these footprints. I wasn’t walking alone this whole

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[Part 1 of 2] Esteemed scientist, subject to ridicule in his home country, becomes outspoken opponent of nuclear weapons testing and wins Nobel Peace Prize with activist wife by his side. Without thinking twice, one might quickly assume this to be a short summary of the life of Linus Pauling, but it also suffices nicely [&#

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Week 47 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. I mostly spent this week recovering from surgery. Thankfully I had some small crafts that I could do in my recliner or from the couch. The Man did a great job helping me with chores too. I was well enough to go to see John Tesh perform live, a belated birt

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December 3rd, 2019

Ten more local cats went to be fixed yesterday. I sat out at a Lebanon trailer park much of Saturday.  I'd loaned her the drop trap to feed under and she had done that.   I got a lot of cats fixed there last June, all of the adults in fact, and we got out a load of kittens, 14 I think in all, in the end.  Many of the f

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November 30th, 2019

This sinus infection I’ve had for what feels like forever has been miserable but I did catch up on some good TV to keep myself distracted. My loss can be your gain! Here are some recent shows I recommend for binging and I don’t think you need to have a fever to enjoy them.

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