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It's Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Thank you Louis!

"Swine flu pandemic sweeping through England..."
Yeah, sure. I take those headlines with a big grain of salt. 
It's flu season in a cold and clammy country, same as every
year. The old Romans complained about that too, and after 
a few years decided to go home to sunny Italy.

And naturally, people, who had their immune system weakened
by flu shots, will be the first to catch and spread the new
and improved designer-flu of the year.

Not me. I'm busy, no time for flu.
When I notice the first sign of a flu trying to build up to
nuisance level, an occasional slight tingling at the edges 
of the lips, I dig out the real silver (100% pure bank siver,
not regular coins or cutlery), melt some snow or get 
distilled water, and make a big mug of silver water. 
One mug of that, a second one half a day later, 
and flu season is usually over for me.

If I am run down from too much work and not enough sun, 
or if I didn't catch the flu at the onset, or if I am traveling
and have no access to my silver, then I use the Hillbilly
method. I clean out my ears really well, spray some WD40
into them 5 minutes before a shower, and once they are
good and dry again, use an eye dropper or a bottle cap
to pour 5 - 6 drops of Hydrogen Peroxide into each ear.

Quite unlike from when you pour Hydrogen peroxide onto an
infected cut, it does not hurt or burn in the ears. It feels
cool. Apparently the flu bugs nest in the tube, that runs from
the ear to the back of the mouth. Wiping them out in their
nest gives your body a chance to cope with and wipe out 
what is left of them. 

Naturally, bringing up your vitamin levels by pigging out on
a big salad helps too. So does sunshine. The more you can
stack the deck in your favor, the faster you will beat the flu.

Have FUN!

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On some air bases the Air Force is on one side of the field and civilian aircraft use the other side of the field, with the control tower in the middle. One day the tower received a call from an aircraft asking, "What time is it?" The tower responded, "Who is calling?" The aircraft replied, "What difference does it make?" The tower replied, "It makes a lot of difference. If it is an American Airlines Flight, it is 3 o'clock. If it is an Air Force, it is 1500 hours. If it is a Navy aircraft, it is 6 bells. If it is an Army aircraft, the big hand is on the 12 and the little hand is on the 3. If it is a Marine Corps aircraft, it's Thursday afternoon. If it is Coast Guard, it's still light outside. If it's a Cessna: It's four hours of golfing light left. If it's a Piper: Pub's open."
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The CIA lost track of one of its agents, and called in one of their top spy hunters. The CIA boss says, "All I can tell you is that his name is Murphy and that he's somewhere in Ireland. If you think you've located him, tell him the code words, 'The weather forecast calls for mist in the morning.' If it's really him, he'll answer, 'Yes, and for mist at noon as well.'" So the spy hunter goes to Ireland and stops in a bar in Dublin. He says to the bartender: "Maybe you can help me. I'm looking for a guy named Murphy." The bartender replies, "You're going to have to be more specific because, around here, there are lots of guys named Murphy. There's Murphy the Baker, who runs the pastry shop on the next block. There's Murphy the Banker, who's president of our local savings bank. There's Murphy the Blacksmith, who works at the stables. And, as a matter of fact, my name is Murphy, too." Hearing this, the spy hunter figures he might as well try the code words on the bartender, so he says, "The weather forecast calls for mist in the morning." The bartender replies, "Oh, you're looking for Murphy the Spy. He used to live on the top floor in 205, right down the street on the left, but he went into hiding. " No more was forthcoming from the bartender until the spyhunter paid for a round. "It's going to be misty around noon as well."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Joseph Andrew Hoffman, 25 of Vancouver, Wash. $450K in drugs found on man passed out in taxi Chicago, Ill A frustrated cabdriver unwittingly delivered a man carrying a bag that was allegedly filled with nearly a half-million dollars in drugs to officers at the Rogers Park District police station over the weekend. The driver, who asked not to be named, said he picked up a fare in the Lincoln Park neighborhood on Saturday afternoon and took the man to an address in Rogers Park. The passenger, later identified by police as Joseph Andrew Hoffman, 25, chatted on his phone for about half the trip but was unconscious by the time they arrived at the destination, the cabdriver said. The cabdriver said he tried to rouse the man for about 10 minutes before driving to the police station. Police searched the man's bag and found bottles of a "clear, crystalline substance" connected by wires to a "power source," which together apparently amounted to a miniature methamphetamine lab, according to a police report. The street value of the drugs in the man's bag was nearly $450,000, the police report said. Hoffman, of Vancouver, Wash., was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Evanston. Police said he consented to a search of a residence in the 800 block of West Dakin Street, where officers found a gallon jug filled with suspected GHB, the so-called date rape drug; small bags of marijuana; $1,401 in cash; and other drug paraphernalia, the report said. Hoffman was charged with six felony counts and on Sunday was ordered held on $100,000 bail by a Cook County judge. The cab that brought Hoffman to police was searched by a Chicago Fire Department hazardous materials team. Police didn't tell him what they had found on the passenger when they returned the car, the cabbie said. "They said they found a lot of bad stuff. My only concern was to collect my fare," the cabdriver said Sunday. "It was going on and on, and I didn't even get my full fare."
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Ronnie volunteered to strip the bricks from the exterior of in-law's house. One morning he was out front chipping away when a man came by looking for his father-in-law. "He's not here," Ronnie said. The man thanked him, watched him remove a few more bricks, and said, "I'll bet next time they'll leave the key for you."
Daily tip from Use Lists for Planning My husband teases me because I have inherited a family trait of making lists for everything! It sure helps when we go shopping, so I know exactly what we need for recipes, etc. Sometimes I bring photocopies of recipes I will be baking, so that if I decide to double the recipes, I will know exactly how much to buy. Before a big event or trip, I always make separate lists for "Things To Do", "Things To Buy", and "Things That Must Be Packed". I don't know what I would do without my lists. I make copies of all of the lists, I put these lists in separate large zipped freezer bags, and put one set of copies folded individually in my purse, so they stay in my purse, and are handy for shopping trips. I find making a list of "Things That Must Be Packed" handy when you are done your trip and don't want to forget any items at the Hotel or relatives house. By Ilove2sew932 from Chatham, ON Check out ThriftyFun's Blog at also has a newsletter. If you want more than just one tip per day, or if you want to share your tips, then you can subscribe to it here:ThriftyFun Highly recommended! If you like the list, you can vote for it here:
When the Jones family moved into their new house, a visiting relative asked the little five-year-old how he liked the new place. "It's really cool," he said. "I have my own room, Mike has his own room, and Jamie has her own room. Only mom still has to bunk with dad."
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