Monthly Archives: November 2014

Lawsuits, Pitbulls and Beagles

This is America.  Own 4 aggressive dogs (please, no lectures on how wonderful Pit Bulls are – they can be great pets but . . .) that kill a 10 year old Beagle (I am biased, I have a 10 … Continue reading

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85 Wealthiest Have As Much as The Poorest 3.5 Billion

This is soooooo wrong that I don’t know where to begin.  Yes, there have always been outrageously wealthy people and unbelievable poor.  That doesn’t make it right.  It’s wrong.  How can so many hoard so much money while so many … Continue reading

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Bye bye Taylor

Taylor Swift doesn’t want to be on Spotify.  Boo hoo.  I listen to Spotify about ten hours a day.  I won’t miss her.  The beauty with streaming music is that listeners not only get to choose their favorite music but … Continue reading

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Soda Tax pt 2

Please see my previous blog on a soda tax being passed in Berkeley.  The following are my random thoughts on the subject. Taxes have been a necessary evil since the beginning of time.  They have funded honest and corrupt government … Continue reading

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Soda Tax

Nation’s First Soda Tax Passes In Berkeley, California By Daily Health Post November 5, 2014 Big Soda took a loss on Election Day when voters in Berkeley, California approved a ballot measure that will place a small tax on sugary … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Urinals

I thought this would be an interesting conversation starter for a Monday.  My family will gladly discuss this topic around the dinner table.  I hope it enlightens you. I first took note of urinal fear when a friend followed me … Continue reading

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