Baby Boomers Are An Amazing Network

I have an amazing network. Each day someone sends me information on entertainment, politics, and life, via the world wide web. Recently, I received a story about a black author, Sophia Stewart. After a six year court battle with the Wachowski brothers Ms. Stewart stands to recover unheard of monetary damages from the films, The Matrix I, II, and III, as well as The Terminator and its sequels. Seems the judge agrees that the brothers based their script on a manuscript Ms. Stewart sent to the Wachowski’s in the mid eighties.

The other day I pulled a bunch of bananas apart after reading that if you leave them on the stem they will ripen faster. This I learned after reading an FYI email from a pal. I can’t wait to try his suggestion to put layers of wet newspapers around my spring plantings, overlapping the paper as I go and covering it with mulch. Do this and I can forget about weeds for the entire summer. Weeds can’t get through wet newspaper. Who knew?

Did you know there is wallpaper that makes it appear that you are storing a Bentley or a Cessna in your garage? Posters that go on like wallpaper make passersby think they are actually looking inside your garage–$399 for a two-car door.

You can clean your counter tops with peroxide? Yes! And your cutting boards. A 50/50 mix of peroxide and water will clear your sinuses, and your foot fungus. One man’s gangrene, that would not heal with any medicine, was healed after soaking in peroxide.

I have received the best photo slide shows man has ever viewed. There are galleries of Barack and Michelle Obama; landscapes of the most beautiful places in America and the rest of the world. I’ve seen the most hideous, self mutilated kids asking, “Mommy, why can’t I get a job?”

With the permission of my friends, I’d like to share some of these things with you. I may be flirting with some form of copyright infringement, but these things are out there. I’m not the first to put them on a site. Also, as long as I’m not making money off of them, it’s okay in my book.

I hope you know that this is a personal blog. I am not a doctor. Anything that you see and then do- based on what I publish is at your own risk. Let’s be for real.

With the permission of my friends, I hope I can share with you what they share with me.

Peace and Love,
Lyn

Yes, this is in my two door garage!

Kegs of fine wine

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