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Meg & Josh 3-11 Remember, the lower price offer on First … expires after tomorrow.  Click the icon at upper right to check it out. ————————– Sometimes We Can Laugh Department And then there is this, which may actually cause … Continue reading

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Meg & Josh 2-11 Quite a bit of snow this morning, from a steady snowfall that started yesterday noon.  This could be the snow cover that will last through the winter. Read yesterday of a guy who got a refund … Continue reading

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“If you touch my junk ….”

Meg & Josh 2-15 With the first of two travel crunches approaching, and many who never travel other than at Thanksgiving will for the first time encounter the be-irradiated-or-be-touched dilemma, the only choice at over sixty airports across our country, … Continue reading

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Last Step Into Full Senior-hood

Meg & Josh 3-43 As this posts, I’m about to depart to visit a sales rep at Blue Cross Blue Shield to discuss (and probably sign up for) the various Medicare supplement plans that will cover my medical needs the … Continue reading

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Meg & Josh 3-5 [Postings for the next few weeks may be sporadic or abbreviated.] Law of Unintended Consequences Department Interesting pair of takes on the Craigslist adult services ads issues.  Reason.com provides its usual libertarian slant in chastising Connecticut … Continue reading

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A Lost Day

Meg & Josh 2-12 OK, yesterday was a lost day. As reported yesterday morning, my temperature was normal just before breakfast. I made myself a customary large breakfast — poached eggs on toast, sausage, another slice of toast with butter … Continue reading

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