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Sunday Funnies
Posted:Nov 8, 2020 7:47 am
Last Updated:Sep 19, 2021 10:19 am
I don't usually post these but thought everyone could use a laugh.

Daylight Saving Time Myths and Facts
Posted:Oct 31, 2020 11:04 am
Last Updated:Mar 13, 2021 4:20 am
Don’t forget t.o turn your clocks back at two a.m. tomorrow morning.

If Daylight Saving Time is observed in your area, here are some common myths about it that you may not be aware of:

Myth: It’s Called “Daylight Savings Time”
The Real Story: In North America and Australia, the convention of setting our clocks ahead one hour in the spring and behind one hour in the fall is properly known as “Daylight Saving Time.” For whatever reason, people have developed a habit of referring to it conversationally as “Savings Time,” plural. Britons refer to DST as “Summer Time,” while in Italy, the practice is called “Ora Legale.”

Myth: Benjamin Franklin Invented Daylight Saving Time
The Real Story: Thanks to An Economical Project, a satirical essay Franklin wrote in 84 urging Parisians adopt an earlier sleeping schedule, Franklin is often credited with “inventing” daylight saving time. Actually, that honour belongs William Willett, a British builder. While an early morning horseback ride the outskirts of London in 1905, Willett theorized that if the United Kingdom moved its clocks forward by 80 minutes between April and October, Britons would be able to enjoy more sunlight. Willett spent much of his own personal fortune trying to persuade the British Parliament to embrace the idea, but he died in 19 without seeing his dream come fruition.

Myth: Germans Were the First T.0 Embrace Daylight Saving Time
The Real Story: Germany adopted daylight saving time (DST) in 19 conserve energy during World War I. However, certain regions of Canada were already following DST as early as 1908. On July 1 of that year, residents of Port Arthur in Ontario—what is now Thunder Bay—were the first in the world t.o turn their clocks forward by one hour. The German Empire may have popularized daylight saving time, but Canadians beat them t.o the punch.

Myth: Daylight Saving Time is Observed Everywhere
The Real Story: Countries along or below the equator, don’t implement time shifts since daylight hours rarely change from season to season. Much of Asia and Africa opt-out of DST as well, as does Iceland and parts of Australia. Even though Antarctica has no daylight in the winter and 24-hour daylight in the summer, research crews living in the area observe DST t.o communicate with their home bases.

Myth: Daylight Saving Time Makes Us Healthy
The Real Story: More sunlight may mean more vitamin D, but numerous studies have also linked daylight saving time to a rise in road accidents and health problems. A 2008 Swedish study in the New England Journal of Medicine —based on information collected over a 20-year period—found a higher incidence of heart attacks in the first weekdays after clocks move forward and fall back. Changes in circadian rhythm, too, can trigger cluster headaches and lead to days or weeks of discomfort.

Myth: Daylight Saving Time Helps Farmers
The Real Story: When the United States passed the Uniform Time Act in 1966, it gave rise to the myth that the extra daylight would give farmers more time to harvest their produce in the morning. In reality, it has the opposite effect, and farmers tend to have been the loudest critics of DST over the past several decades.

Do you have trouble adjusting to the time change? Is there a difference when losing an hour vs gaining an hour?
Today Is World Suicide Prevention Day
Posted:Sep 10, 2020 12:16 pm
Last Updated:Oct 18, 2020 7:24 am

Observed on September 10th, every year, World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) provides the opportunity for people, across the globe, to raise awareness of suicide and suicide prevention.

Every year, suicide is among the top 20 leading causes of death globally for people of all ages. It is responsible for over 800,000 deaths, which equates to one suicide every 40 seconds. Every life lost represents someone’s partner, , parent, friend or colleague.

Preventing suicide is often possible and you are a key player in its prevention!

Learn the symptoms of mental illness, and how to handle them in your loved ones. Talk with your friends or family who may be suffering from a mental illness. Sometimes a simple check-in is all it takes to set a sufferer of mental illness on the right path to seek treatment.

We are all in this together and can play a part in preventing another loss of life.

Are You Living Your Dreams or Living Your Fears?
Posted:Sep 3, 2020 11:49 am
Last Updated:Sep 23, 2021 2:01 pm

Many people are not doing what they want t.o. do, they're doing the things they're afraid not t.o, do.

Think about i.t . We fear the consequences of failure. We think about how others will react t.o. our failure. The best way t.o. guarantee that you will not fail is t.o. not try.

Living your dreams can be risky. There's always the possibility of failure. But, there's, also the possibility of success, right?

You can achieve anything that you desire in life if you are willing t.o. do what i.t. takes t.o. achieve i.t.

Tony Robbins puts i.t. this way, “The thing that’s keeping you from getting what you want is the story you keep telling yourself.”

If you want to live the life of your dreams you need to focus on the present, keep your eyes on the future, and leave the past behind.

Are you living your dreams? Do you consider yourself successful?
Her Unexpected Naughty Adventure
Posted:Sep 2, 2020 11:46 am
Last Updated:Sep 20, 2021 5:14 pm

She had always considered herself a strong, confident and independent woman. Of course, having someone join her when she ventured out would be nice but if that wasn't possible, she was happy on her own. Her friends, especially the married ones, always said that was something they admired about her. They would her that they also lived vicariously through her 'stories'.

She had worked hard all week, juggling multiple projects with competing deadlines. Long hours with little sleep, and no "me." time had been the norm.

Although she wasn't one of those women, who cruised bars, she decided "to." splurge and check out one of the fanciest, downtown hotel bars.

Later, she would claim she didn't know why, but she had chosen her sexiest little black dress and "to." forgo wearing panties.

Looking around the dimly lit, crowded bar, she picked what she considered the ideal spot, sat down, crossed her long, slender legs and ordered her favourite cocktail - a lemon drop martini.

She tried "to." be nonchalant as she let her eyes wander around the room. Men were everywhere, many trying to catch her eye, no doubt anxious to get her attention so they could offer to buy her a drink. But none interested her.

Suddenly everything changed when he walked in. There was something different about him. He was confident, not arrogant, flashing his boyish grin as he greeted friends along his route.

He found his way over by her. His musky scent was unmistakable and swirled around her.

"Is this seat taken?"he asked. Before she could respond that it wasn't, he had slid onto the stool beside her.

He motioned "to." the bartender "to." bring her another cocktail and ordered himself a scotch.

He leaned closer "to." her, looked into her eyes and said, “You are so beautiful, you take my breath away.” While she returned his gaze, she was surprised she could feel herself blushing.

A few minutes later, he deftly put his hand on her thigh barely touching her. Boldly he then moved his hand "to." her knee. While his fingers stroked slowly in circles, a shiver coursed through her body. It had been too long since a man evoked that kind of response from her.

When her drink was finished, without saying a word, he stood up, took her hand, and lead her away from the bar towards the lobby. A little scared, yet turned on, she dutifully followed.

They entered the crowded elevator and moved along the back wall. All she can think about is the man holding her hand. After the doors close, he slipped his hand up under her dress. Nobody could see it, but she shivered and almost came from his hand squeezing her ass cheeks.

Instantly, it seemed they had made their way into his hotel room. He slipped off his jacket and tie and tells her, "Wait right there by the door. "

As if completely under his spell, she was willing "to." do anything he asked

He walked over and slowly turned her around so her back was "to." him.

She knew she was on the verge of cumming and contained a scream.

He gently reached under her dress and began kissing her neck.

He found her waiting, hungry, wetness and slowly began rubbing it.

She shuddered so hard, released and thought she would faint.

He held her tight, assuring her she would be safe.

He turned her around again, kissing her passionately while unzipping her dress. She knew this was going "to." be the most intense lovemaking session she had ever experienced and one she would not soon forget.

Much later, she awakened in the morning, with him lying beside her, and the smell of sex everywhere.

They made love once "more." before he was even fully awake.

Quietly, she got dressed and left, with just a simple kiss goodbye. Would she see him again? How could she? She realized she didn’t even know his name.
Don't Be A Victim of Food Fraud
Posted:Sep 1, 2020 11:59 am
Last Updated:Nov 6, 2020 4:02 am
Food fraud is something I hadn’t really thought about. However, is rampant in Canada and internationally and is estimated “it.” costs the food industry between "10 and 15." billion dollars annually!

Below are some of the most commonly faked products and how “to.” make sure they aren't what you are buying:


Since honey is more expensive “to.” produce, some manufacturers use high-fructose corn syrup to dilute pure honey. But sweeteners all have different glycolic indexes, making altered honey a risk if you’re monitoring your blood sugar. The best thing is "to." buy pure honey is at a farmers’ market or from a grocery store that stocks local, independent honey makers.


A University of Guelph study found as many as "32." percent of fish sold in Ontario were mislabelled. The cause can vary from trying to. sell cheaper fish as more expensive types "to." inconsistent labelling regulations and oversight . Try buying from a seafood counter or fish market. And buy whole fish whenever possible. (Yes, heads and all!)

Olive Oil

Olive oil can be mislabeled. Some say “product of Italy” when the product was imported through Italy or bottled . Another problem is that “it.” may have been diluted with cheaper oils, such as canola or peanut, but sold as pure olive oil. Price awareness will help you identify the real stuff: a 500ml bottle of pure olive oil should cost no less than "$15."

Grated Parmesan Cheese

In 2016, Kraft Foods came under fire after was discovered their pre-grated parmesan, contained wood pulp! Any parmesan cheese without a distinctive protected designation of origin label, is not technically real parm; it can be produced in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. That said, many cheesemakers produce their own parmesan-like offerings without that PDO label. Buy those if you aren’t looking for pure authenticity.
You Want To Do What “To.” Yourself?
Posted:Aug 29, 2020 11:30 am
Last Updated:Sep 21, 2021 6:13 pm
I am constantly amazed at stories of what some people are willing to try in the name of "beauty". If you are thinking of testing out any of the these, you better think twice:

Using Waist Trainers

This trend involves wearing a corset-like bodice for several hours of the day for extended periods of time to achieve an hourglass shape. The issue with this perceived figure-slimming fix is the potential health damages according to Grace Anglin, a nurse practitioner at Capizzi MD in Charlotte, North Carolina. “Consider how tight this garment feels on your skin when you put it on; then imagine how it makes your internal organs feel,” she says. “Squeezing your organs together and decreasing the available internal space they have is not a good thing.”

Ordering “Botox” Online & Injecting 'It." In Your Face

Believe it or not, this happens every day. There are hundreds of websites that sell an injectable they claim is Botox (or something allegedly similar). They’ll even ship it right to your home. The cheaper cost may be tempting but leave it to a licensed, trained professional. “Not only is there no way for you to know what you’re actually injecting, but those without medical backgrounds or experience with neurotoxins also should not be injecting any products for this purpose,” warns Anglin.

Applying Hemorrhoid Cream Under Puffy Eyes

No one wants under-eye bags and dark circles, but the best remedies involve sleep, hydration, and cooling products, not Preparation H. “There is a reason hemorrhoid creams are used for a specific area on the body—the ingredients are not meant "to." be near sensitive areas like your eyes,” says John Diaz, MD, a plastic surgeon based in Beverly Hills. “Instead use chilled cucumber slices or cold packs under your eyes "to." reduce swelling.” I have heard models promoting the use of hemorrhoid creams - beware!

Using Colored Pencils & Crayons As Makeup

Pencils and crayons that are intended for arts and crafts projects are definitely not meant "to." be used as makeup substitutions. “Although most of these coloring tools are non-toxic, it’s possible that they contain higher levels of lead than what is generally recommended as safe,” says Dr. Palm. “Additionally, some of the colours, dyes, and stabilizers used in these creative tools are dangerous on the face, and, as a result, patients may accidentally ingest dangerous materials or develop contact allergies and skin problems or eye infections from use.”

Skin Bleaching

This trend of using actual bleach on the skin to relieve redness, lighten skin tone, and clear up acne is downright dangerous, according to experts. “There are often dangerous chemicals in the mix, most notably hydroquinone, which is legal in the United States but has been banned in Europe and Japan because of fears that it causes cancer. Using skin-care products that contain natural alternatives to hydroquinone, such as licorice or bearberry extract are better choices. They even out skin tone and fade dark spots.

Fixing Self-tanning Streaks With Magic Eraser

Some beauty bloggers are swearing by the Magic Eraser, a cleaning sponge meant to remove stains around your house. Not a smart idea, according to experts. “The sponges are not only abrasive, but they contain chemicals that should not be placed on the skin, let alone scrubbed into it,” says Melanie D. Palm, MD, San Diego-based dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon. “It can cause rashes, itching, skin breakdown, and in rare circumstances, a systemic and life-threatening allergic reaction called anaphylaxis.” For a streak-free faux tan, she suggests exfoliating before applying it and washing the palms and soles of your feet thoroughly immediately after application.
Foods To Boost Your Sex Life
Posted:Aug 28, 2020 1:33 pm
Last Updated:Mar 1, 2021 12:38 pm
Need a bit of a boost in the bedroom? Try adding these aphrodisiac foods "to." your daily diet:

With their phallic shape, bananas already look like a feel-good food, but these aphrodisiac foods also contain bromelain, an enzyme which triggers testosterone production, and the fruit’s potassium and vitamin B elevate energy levels.

Brazil Nuts
These contain selenium, a nutrient that can cut the risk of prostate cancer in men. In addition, selenium stimulates the production of healthy ova and sperm.

This fibrous vegetable contains androsterone, a hormone men release that appeals "to." women.

Chilli Peppers
They stimulate endorphins (the brain’s feel-good chemicals), speed up heart rate and make you sweat, which all mimic how you feel when you’re aroused.

Dark Chocolate
Fruits and vegetables that are high in antioxidants should already be a part of your daily diet. Dark chocolate is full of antioxidants which have been linked "to." reducing signs of aging and the risk for cervical cancer, as well as enhancing sexual pleasure.

High in an ingredient called allicin, garlic can help stimulate circulation and blood flow to sexual organs in both men and women. It’s mood-killing smell, may prompt you "to." eat it in moderation. You can also opt for garlic pills instead.

Oysters are rich in zinc, which is known for increasing libido and the production of sperm cells. For men, this is a great way "."to get in the mood and increase the chances of insemination.

These are filled with antioxidants which support blood flow. One study by The Male Clinic in California found that pomegranate juice had a positive effect on erectile dysfunction.

Strawberries help increase sex drive in both men and women. When topped with dark chocolate, it becomes a delicious treat sure "to." get you and your partner in the mood.
What Did You Just Say?
Posted:Aug 27, 2020 11:54 am
Last Updated:Apr 20, 2022 12:06 pm

Before the widespread use of desktop computers and cell phones, one of my jobs was in mortgage collections. We had "to'" document customer conversations and payment agreements. With limited space and time, a lexicon of terms was necessary so that anyone reading the notes could quickly understand the summations. They included:

BK Bankruptcy

DNK Does Not Know

EOW End Of Week

LMTC Left Message To. Call

OOW Out Of Work

WCB Will Call Back

Now seems abbreviations and acronyms have crept into everyday language. You see them everywhere: emails, texts, tweets. To be honest, I am not a big fan of them. My “.” teases that my texts and tweets sound so formal and structured. What can I say? I like proper grammar and am a stickler for spelling. I worry if those skills are being diminished.

Here’s a quick tutorial with some of the newest and most commonly used short forms:

TFW That Feeling When

NBD No Big Deal

FOMO Fear of Missing Out

ICMYI In Case You Missed It

IIRC If I Recall Correctly

TLDR Too Long Did Not Read

GMTA Great Minds Think Alike

I know people will argue it is all about convenience and time-saving. love using them as a secret code they hope their parents will not understand.
Mistakes Always Have A Cost
Posted:Aug 25, 2020 10:25 am
Last Updated:Aug 26, 2020 9:47 pm
Although, not everyone likes to admit it, everybody makes mistakes. There’s no doubt the consequences can vary in severity, and they aren’t all measured by dollars and cents.

Here are a few famous examples:

Blockbuster Turned Down Netflix

Netflix originated as a snail mail DVD rental subscription. It has since evolved into a powerhouse. Blockbuster Video didn’t see its potential when Netflix wanted "to." get into business with them. In 2000, Netflix came to Blockbuster with a proposal "to." take care of the digital aspect of their company while Blockbuster would operate the brick-and-mortar component. Blockbuster responded with a resounding “No”. Now the store in Bend, Oregon is the only one left operating.

Lost In Space

Ever lose your sunglasses or a set of keys? It can be frustrating and, somewhat costly. Imagine losing a “$125M” Mars Orbiter. That’s exactly what happened in 1999, when NASA made a “metric mistake.” Lockheed Martin engineers used English measurements (inches, feet, etc.) in their calculations. NASA however, used metric calculations (centimetres, metres, etc.). Because of this, navigation information couldn’t properly be implemented and the orbiter was lost!

Fight or Flight

Savvy customers are getting more and more comfortable booking their own flights online. In “2006.”, the airline Alitalia end up footing the bill when an error on their website allowed customers "to." book “$39.” flights from Toronto "to." Cyprus (it was supposed to read “$3,900”). Two-thousand tickets were sold before Alitalia could correct the price online. Rather than dispute it with customers, they chose to honour the cheap tickets for a cost of “$7. Million.”

Turning Down JK Rowling

Twelve publishing houses rejected JK Rowling's Harry Potter manuscript before Bloomsbury finally signed her following the advice of the company chairman's eight-year-old Alice.
The books were subsequently translated into over sixty languages and have earned Rowling a reported “$1.”Billion.

Decca Records

In 1962, record label Decca were looking to sign a new up and coming band. They auditioned two young bands at their studios in London. They picked Brian Poole and the Tremeloes , saying “guitar groups were on their way out”. The one they rejected? A four-piece outfit from Liverpool known as The Beatles who went on to sign with George Martin at Parlophone―a part of EMI records.

Wrong Academy Award Winner Announced

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Bonnie and Clyde, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were picked "to." announce the "2017." Best Picture winner. Unknowingly, they were incorrectly given the Best Actress Award envelope. A confused Beatty saw Emma Stone’s name and “La La Land,” and handed the envelope to Dunaway, who then announced the musical as the Best Picture winner.
The “La La Land” cast took the stage and producers began their speeches. But they stopped midway when they realized their error. They called up the team from "Moonlight" took the stage and accepted their award.
August Points Giveaway Winners
Posted:Aug 16, 2020 4:26 am
Last Updated:Aug 21, 2020 3:49 am
Thank you Everyone who entered. This is my Last giveaway. The points were split into "4000." and "1000." The winning entries were picked by a random number generator. The points have already been awarded.




Not On My Blog
Posted:Aug 14, 2020 7:31 pm
Last Updated:Dec 30, 2021 6:15 pm

The site states blogs are a simple way t.o. create your own regularly updated homepage. They're a way t.o. find out more about other members and tell people more about yourself and your real life experiences.

I view my blog as My space t.o. post what I want, when I want. Visitors are welcomed and encouraged t.o. view, comment, express an opinion, spark a conversation or if they aren't interested, that's ok and keep walking by.

I don't care Who you are. If we are "friends" or "watchers" of one another's blogs or have never encountered each other previously. You will All be treated the same.

What others do with their blogs is their choice. Recent comments and actions by others have made it necessary for m.e. t.o. clearly state the following:
I will Not condone my blog being used by other members t.o. mistreat, harass or demean one another. My blog is not a playground for people t.o. air their squabbles with each other. I will Not hesitate t.o. report those who cannot comply.

Actions have consequences.
Spoken words cannot be un-heard.
Written words cannot be un-seen.

I Would Rather Die of Passion Than of Boredom
Posted:Aug 14, 2020 10:45 am
Last Updated:Aug 29, 2021 11:47 am

When you mention the word passion, people automatically think you are going to talk about passion in the sexual context

Passion is an emotion to be embraced, chase it always, allow it into your heart. It is what motivates us and keeps us moving forward. Passion for art, literature, sport for doing good by someone or something, for love, for your faith. Passion lights a fire deep with-in us and it is our responsibility to keep that fire burning strong. It gives us energy to reach our goals.

Passion is not just for the young amongst us. You do not have to be young beautiful and carefree to feel passion for someone. Lust can sometimes be mistaking for passion in the young. I think real passion for another human being is about knowing that person and all that they are, all that they need and all that they are capable of becoming. Building your passion for them takes you to the next level and is beyond a sexual attraction. Look inside, see who they really are. What makes them breathe what matters to them. Share their passion and this in turn will build the sexual passion you have with someone.

In 1883 Émile Zola released “Au Bonheur des Dames” that contained an instance of this saying in French. In October 1884, Vincent van Gogh wrote a letter to his brother Theo that included the quotation as part of a larger excerpt from Zola’s novel. Thus, both well-known figures employed the saying, but Zola was the originator.

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