Wednesday, September 21, 2016

219th post

"A prayer to God always works, it is the one who prays that believes

it doesn't."

Forrest Caricofe 

Google search: About 62,600,000 results (1.42 seconds) 

No results found for "A prayer to God always works, it is the one 

who prays that believes it doesn't."

I just learned yesterday from my brother, Roland, that my brother-in-law,

Harry, my sister Nancy's husband, was taken by her to the hospital in

Charlottesville, Virginia. He had a temperature of 104 to 105 and is related,

I believe, to stents placed in his head when he was a much younger man

to allow blood flow in the brain. He has had some minor problems over 

the years, but I believe, according to, Roland, that this time it is much 

more serious. 

Please keep Harry in your prayers. Thank you.

I still have stories of the Wayne County County Fair I need to tell but

I don't have time for that and is explained in IN THE GARDEN WITH




One definition of bi-polar: "Sudden changes from being joyful to being 

irritable, angry, and hostile...."


"A lot of politicians are bi-polar going from lying to its opposite of telling

the truth."

Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 2,920,000 results (1.18 seconds) 

No results found for "A lot of politicians are bi-polar going from lying to its 

opposite of telling the truth.".

Los Angeles Times

Campaign 2016 updates: Trump, Clinton respond to New York bombing

SEPT. 19, 2016, 9:03 P.M.

"It really is a great pleasure to see you here again," Japanese Prime 

Minister Shinzo Abe told Clinton during their meeting. He expressed 

his sympathy for the recent bombings in New York and New Jersey, 

and talked about trying to "create a society where women can shine."

Clinton, who would be the first female U.S. president, thanked Abe 

and praised him for promoting the "inclusion of women in the economic, 

social and political life of your country." 

Both Clinton and Trump sat down with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah 

Sisi, separately, of course....

Trump expressed support for Egypt's struggles with domestic terrorism 

and noted "his high regard for peace-loving Muslims," according to a 

description from his campaign. It's unclear whether they discussed 

Trump's proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States, an 

dea he has recently recast as "extreme vetting."

Clinton's campaign said she talked with Sisi about counter-terrorism 

cooperation and raised concerns about human rights violations in Egypt. 

Clinton also met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, whose 

country has been locked in a tug of war with Russia. Poroshenko's 

predecessor, Viktor Yanukovych, had closer ties with Vladimir Putin, 

the Russian president who Trump has praised despite his autocratic 



Update: 5:38 AM 9/21/2016 - and listening to wkyc TV news. Employees 

are getting stressed out at work when talking about politics.


I lost the 8 myths of eating that I had and Google could not find it either,

so let me start again with "8 Myths About Healthy Eating You Need To 

Stop Believing.


August 12, 2016

By Amy Marturana

"You can find healthy eating advice on every corner. That doesn't mean 

it's good advice, though. Nutrition research can be confusing, and it's 

always changing. Throw in the sensationalistic headlines and the rate 

at which information is spread, and it's no wonder the nutrition tips or

suggestions you get from your friend are unsound. Best-case scenario, 

following bad advice means you unnecessarily avoid your favorite foods. 

Worst-case, you end up choosing the unhealthier option all while 

thinking you're making a better choice.

We zeroed in on eight myths about healthy eating that especially need 

to die.

Myth #1: Egg yolks are bad for you.

Dietary cholesterol has been wrongly accused of raising our blood 

cholesterol levels for years. It's become clearer that saturated fats and 

trans fats are more influential in raising blood cholesterol levels. And 

while eggs—the yolks included—are high in cholesterol, they are 

relatively low in saturated fats. Lots of research has been done in recent 

years, and the verdict is that the entire egg can actually be a part of a 

healthy diet and in most people, do not significantly impact cholesterol 

levels or heart disease risk.

Myth #2: ....




WORLD NEWS | Wed Sep 21, 2016 | 4:39am EDT

"Philippines recommends suspension of 12 more mines.

A dozen more Philippine mines, mostly nickel projects, are in danger 

of being suspended in an ongoing environmental crackdown on the 

sector, an environment undersecretary said on Wednesday.

The audit committee recommended to halt the operations of 12 more 

mines because of environmental and legal violations, Environment 

Undersecretary Leo Jasareno told reporters.

"We will be ready with the final report on Monday," Jasareno said, 

adding that Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Regina 

Lopez will decide on the suspension."

(Reporting by Enrico dela Cruz; Writing by Neil Jerome Morales; 

Editing by Tom Hogue)

The following sections will be delayed until I have finished typing the

story of the Wayne County Fair:




"Mums are hearty flowers that are planted in early fall, and then sleep, 

during the long, cold winters and reappear again in early fall."
Forrest Caricofe

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No results found for "Mums are hearty flowers that are planted in early 

fall, and then sleep, during the long, cold winters and reappear again 

in early fall."


Did not again get much accomplished in the flower gardens and the

yard yesterday. Lonnie, who lives with us who I told you about before, 

needed a fuel pump. He called Advanced, Auto Zone and O'Reilys who

are located in Orrville and the best price was $169 dollars (at O'Reilys)

for the 4-wheel drive truck he has for selling tires that he gets from car 

dealers. He also cuts up 18 wheelers with his torches and hauls and sells 

the scrap metal to a recycle business in Wooster.

With me driving to O'Reilys we purchased the fuel pump which I paid 

for with my only credit card because, although Lonnie makes good 

money, he has never learned to handle money and I don't know where it 

goes. I received a 10% discount because of military service and we left to 

go to pick up a prescription for Lonnie at the CVS Pharmacy. He wanted to 

go thru the drive-thru, but you know how I feel about that. I pulled into a 

parking space and told Lonnie to walk and said "you must not be reading 

my stories (blogs)."

Next we went to PNC Bank to get cash from the ATM that I needed and then

I drove back to the house where Lonnie with the fuel pump used Carolyn's 

black 2000 VW to take it to a place that his truck was parked. He, along with

a friend, he said would install the fuel pump and needed the friend to help 

him lower the half full fuel tank of about 25 gallons.

So, maybe, today I'll get a chance to plant the rest of the Mums that I bought

4 days or more at the Walmart in Wooster.

But I promised Ryan we would go to the Ashland County Fair today and we'll 

leave about noon today.

I see from here that from this downstairs window (it's 8:03 AM) that the sun 

has shown its face, so after I've finished the one-finger typing of this story

and posting to and, I'll need to water the flowers

first because it did not rain yesterday and then maybe I finally have some 

time for planting Mums.


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