Tumeric and Cancer
Yon readers will never see The Wise I poo-pooing the health effects of natural herbs. Around here we use freshly grown herbs on a regular basis.
The following came to me via email and here it is.
One thing fresh herbs have over the finest of man-made medicine: THEY WILL NEVER HURT YOU.
From the Scotsman.com:
The Moonbats, who have no sort of life, have jimmied around with the Google search engines in such a manner as…well try the following:
|Type “failure” into Google’s search form and hit the “I’m feeling lucky” button.|
Came across this and couldn’t resist inclusion here for yon fine readers.
For smiles and snorts.
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You just can't take either of us anywhere.
No, really. You can't.
We did it once before... in 1982. We thought, "Oh, we'll just look."
We looked. We bought. We learned.
That was our 4x4 tan truck; the 1981 at 22.75% interest. We were young and foolish; in love with each other and in love with that little truck. It's still with us and we've tortured the thing for over twenty years.
Today, we went to "just look" again. We didn't intend to buy.
Both of us had places to be in a relatively short time, and buying takes awhile. So of course we couldn't buy today. There were reasons. Excuses. And buying takes awhile.
About three hours.
We were older and foolish; in love with each other and in love with that truck.
And now we own (us and the bank) our first brand-new vehicle. Our first! With a whopping 59 miles on it... at time of purchase. (There's a few more now.)
Our new baby is a big baby. It's Toyota's full-size truck. The Tundra. Yes, Toyota, and yes, full-size. Comparable to a half-ton in other brands. And oh, is she sweet.
Bells and whistles? She's a concert in motion. Air conditioning, 4 wheel drive, CD player (and cassette!), cruise control, extended cab, and bedliner, just to name a few. We added a couple of things, too, like the bug guard and the "keep it looking good" care package.
Old truck? Still have it. The blue book is past its prime and they wouldn't give us enough to be worth losing it. Used to be, I could say "the car" and mean the Camry, and "the truck" and mean the little 4x4. Guess now I'll have to be a little more specific.
Specs? Gotta ask Harry for those; that type of truck talk isn't my forte. The only part I know is color: A light grey, she changes with the light. Sometimes she looks kinda blue, and sometimes she looks kinda silver. And she always, always looks big.
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How to Impress a Woman:
Smile at her,
Listen to her,
Laugh with her,
Cry with her,
Believe in her,
Pray with her,
Pray for her,
Cuddle with her,
Shop with her,
Give her jewellery,
Buy her flowers,
Hold her hand,
Write love notes to her,
Tell her that you love her,
Help her around the house,
Go to the end of the Earth and back again for her.
How to Impress a Man:
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