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August 21st, 2019

I have been slightly obsessed, maybe lacking more productive pass times, in determining if the old cat that tottered up to my open garage door Saturday night is the same cat whose eye needed removed whom I helped two years back.  I have only one photo of Big O, the orange guy from two years ago. That one photo shows, sort

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August 19th, 2019

I had Bonita in the bathroom two and one half days after finding her curled up against the wall near the kitchen.   She has been alert the whole time, but would not eat or drink.  I would pull out her favorite foods, heat them up, line up the plates, offer each to her without luck.  She let me pet her and wash her face

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By Stephen Lawson August 19th 1994. Linus Pauling had been ensconced at his ranch on the beautiful coast near Big Sur, California, surrounded by family, for a few weeks, near death from prostate cancer. At the time, I was the chief executive officer of the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine in Palo Alto […

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August 18th, 2019

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August 17th, 2019

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I went up and played around in Thomas Creek for awhile.  The weather still has not been very hot here, with predictions for tomorrow of mid 70's and maybe drizzle.  But it was sunny yesterday and I thought I better take advantage of what we get around here and went up.  The swimming hole where I went was ok, but just ok

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August 14th, 2019

Week 32 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. I got an early start making my family's calendars for next year. The design is done, the dates are in, and I just need to pick a different font by Thanksgiving. I am quite pleased with the progress! I use the same font and style of pictures here in my bull

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The Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers at Oregon State University Libraries include more than 3,000 newspaper clippings that focus on Linus Pauling as a primary subject. Among these, 170 extant clippings are devoted to remembering Pauling in the days and weeks following his death on August 19, 1994. In today’s post, w

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August 13th, 2019

There are some colonies who would be done long ago if the people involved (feeding the cats) made an effort of any sort to catch them to be fixed. Such is one of the Lebanon colonies.   She messages me one of the unfixed cats is VERY pregnant. Really. And she waits til its about to pop kittens before doing a darn thing

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August 11th, 2019

The Gables is an upscale Steak House located on Ninth Street just North of Downtown Corvallis. The

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The Gables is an upscale Steak House located on Ninth Street just North of Downtown Corvallis. The

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Vox The media amplifies Trump’s racism. Should it stop? The spect

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conceptuallabor.com The Theory of Conceptual Labor I really enjoyed this essay about Conceptual Labor. Sometimes the

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crummy.com Secretly Public Domain Most books published before 1964 are in the public domain even though copyright has been

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August 10th, 2019

I've been flea treating my cats again, a routine and unpleasant experience here. I usually chase them down with a net, after limiting their range.  I close off a bedroom, for instance, and get the ones in there.  This is time consuming and traumatic on them and me, unless I'm super efficient.  They get wormed at the sam

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August 8th, 2019

Happy International Cat Day from @anniethekoratcat! If you're not following her, you should be. She posts her wit, snark, and sass daily. 😼🐾 . Also, she woke me up early this morning by making biscuits on my neck. Nothing says "pay attention to me" like 10 daggers to the throat. ⚔😼😻 . #internationalc

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August 7th, 2019

Week 31 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. I've bought and eaten so much fresh produce this year that I'm actually worried I might turn into a strawberry or a carrot. On the other hand, I just can't seem to pick a good watermelon, no matter what I do. Any suggestions? . Watermelon image from @freep

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At 7:20 PM on August 19, 1994, Linus Pauling passed away, a victim of rectal and prostate cancer. Twenty-five years later, the Pauling Blog will be devoting the month of August to remembering. Today’s post features three video clips of local news broadcasts announcing Pauling’s death and commenting on its afterm

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