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old people and technology

technology is fucking dope. the things we can do today couldn’t be imagined 50 years ago, let alone 30 years ago. sure, at that time we thought we’d have flying cars and robots as butlers, but it doesn’t look like those things will come along for another 15ish years. 400 more words

The Inflammation Of Aging By Dr. Greger

The Best Diet for the Inflammation of Aging

Written By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM on August 9th, 2018

SUM: “Folks made to eat five-a-day of high-antioxidant fruits and vegetables, like berries and greens, had a significantly better impact on reducing systemic inflammation and liver dysfunction compared to those eating five-a-day of the more common low-antioxidant fruits and veggies, like bananas and lettuce.”

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INTERESTING STUFF FROM THE NET

FIMO

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I wanted to post these little Fimo figures since days, but didn’t find the time… But here they are.

Fimo (or colored modelling clay) is new for me. 412 more words

This ´n That

Why Brains of older people are slow

*Very encouraging & scientific message from a Senior Citizen:*

Brains of older people are slow because they know so much. People do not decline mentally with age, it just *takes them longer to recall facts* because they have more information in their brains, scientists believe. 187 more words

The Boomeranger (or, The Case of the Dentist's Son), a synopsis

The  Boomeranger (or, The Case of the Dentist’s Son)

Synopsis.

With the court’s ruling in favour of continual financial responsibility of his non-disabled adult son, the father hires a contract killer. 18 more words

Writing

The Boomeranger, or The Case of the Dentist's Son

 

 

The  Boomeranger

(or,  The Case of the Dentist’s Son)

A one-act comedy

by  Cole

© 2016. All international rights and intellectual property retained and reserved, Westover Main Gate Productions (Vanessa Shorelle Cole) 3,499 more words

Writing

2018 Clearing Your Life: The Fear of Visiting the Phone Store

    I cleared my life of an old phone this week.  I’m like an old dog with new tricks – trying desperately to learn something. 

After weeks of struggling with phones that were worn out, shutting down mysteriously, not ringing when they should, my husband and I traipsed down to the phone store.  443 more words