My mom fell again. Nothing broken and only some bruising, but emotionally she was pretty worked up. She was down on the floor for about a half hour before Dad found her. He called me to come over to help. I was able to get there quickly and we eventually got her off the floor.
I know there aren’t many who listen to my show. I know I’m a pretty small fish in the pond of skepticism, but I still try to spread the ideals of skepticism where I can. My show and Facebook are where I do most of my skeptical activism, but am I having an effect?
I realized the other day that road construction can annoy me even when I’m not driving. The shadow government that controls everything has determined it was necessary to invent the back-up warning beep sound and make sure every construction vehicle be equipped with the noise maker. So, when there is road construction going on outside my office, such as the case lately, I can have my day filled with beep beep beep…beep beep beep beep beep…beep beep beep beep.
|Can we add homeopathic remedies and self-help books to this shelf?|
Warehouse Find is the official blog of Nostalgia Zone, a comics and collectibles store I work for and for which I’ve been doing some blogging. I recently posted a review of sorts of the 1976 Western ‘The Shootist’. I bring up something about the movie that doesn’t make sense.
You probably heard about some lion having been killed in Zimbabwe. Apparently, a Minnesota dentist was the fellow who killed it. There was quite the worldwide uproar and shitstorm on social media. Some people even felt it was OK to post the dentist’s home address online where someone might use that information to go too far.
Movie Recommendations: None
Music heard on the show…
First ad break bumpers: ‘Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good‘ by Don Williams & ‘Angels Of Deception‘ by The The
Closing song: ‘Angler’s Treble Hook’ by $5 Fiddle
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