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Thursday, February 9, 2017

360th post

Note: Here is what I do each day after completing my story of my life for the day;

I first upload the story to blooger.com owned by Google. It is the best site for me

to make spelling corrections and other editor functions.

Next I post to Weebly.com, my original and paid for site. I have promised to 

upload my story by 6:00 PM each night, but I have, because of my 

responsibilities to the house I have been late 2 times in the last three days. 

I then post the story to Wordpress. 

The stories are immediately shared with Facebook (at least twice and I have to 

delete and leave just 1 one on the site), Google +, Tumbler, Twitter and maybe 

others I don't know about. 

You get to my stories by going to Weebly.com, blogger.com, Wordpress, 

Facebook, Google + (Google says that the story is shared, but I have never 

checked and the same goes for Tumbler and Twitter). You can also Google -

Forrest Caricofe or type in a online search, like Google, and type in my URL:

iliveinmycarandeatverywell.com that I started about 8 months ago in Las Vegas,

Nevada where I ate and lived in Mother's Honda Accord in one of Walmart's

parking lots. I stayed in that same lot from mid January of 2016 to the last of May

of the same year.


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"They say that everyone has a twin somewhere in the world. I hope that God will

allow me to meet my twin before the "grass grows over me.""
  
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 4,120,000 results (1.73 seconds) 

No results found for "They say that everyone has a twin somewhere in the world. 

I hope that God will allow me to meet my twin before the "grass grows over me.""


STORIES OF MY LIFE AND TOLD IN ONE DAY....

*Before I say anything else I need to address a relation of mine, a young woman,

who lives in Maine near the Arctic Circle. She said in her most recent message to 

me on her Facebook page that she and her family would meet me in St. Louie, no, 

that's wrong, near the Grand Canyon. She has failed to read my stories of my life 

everyday. If she did, she would know that I incarcerated here for now because, 

simply, I'm the oldest, 74, the most healthiest and the only one that can drive in 

the house, so, I'm pretty much in charge of taking care of everyone else.

I hope that explains it, Danielle?

There is an old saying that I remember from long ago that says " a story a day 

keeps the doctor away." Well, that's what I do. I type one story every day, so

I should be pretty healthy.

Today, in this section, I will tell several very short stories of some people who 

I have had a chance encounter with. Most of my very short encounters would be 

way more than short to most people. I ain't no small talker. Most are less than 1 

minute. It's the other person (s) that may drag the conservation on, not me. And I 

always have a reason for leaving, lie or not. A quote of mine that I've used 

throughout my years of life on earth is "that you can," most of the time, "say 

what's important in 10 words or less."

I happen to see in the grocery store that I won't mention because of the ratfink who

works there, a woman and her daughter, age 10 more or less. There is always to

initiate a conversation with someone, so ask the daughter "why aren't you in 

school?" The mother responded and said "she is home schooled like my older son 

who is a lawyer in Washington, D.C." I asked her if he "worked for Obama" and 

with gentle smile she said "no." There is a question I almost always asked parents 

with children who understand what I'm saying. I'm thinking of Mother when I say to 

them "your Mother is taking care of you now, right?" There reply has always been

"yes." And I say "when your Mother gets older and needs help, will you help?"

And the answer has always been "yes." I don't know what I'd do if both answers

were "no," but I'll figure it out. We both left with neither of us needing an excuse for

leaving.

The second and last short story and shorter than the latter occurred when I went to 

Walmart last Sunday. As I just came in to the and saw this man coming my way who

was not dressed like normal. He had a gold medallion hanging around his neck 

to his mid-chest and had a sweater-like garment of many bright colors possible 

made by the Navajos. He had a black and grey ponytail a little bit more grey than

mine. Here I go again, try it. Human beings like to be recognized because it 

elevates their since of worth. I do not miss many opportunities. I said "sir, I like 

the way you dress." He was kind of shocked at first. Maybe no one says Hi to him

often. He finally said "thank you" with very small hint of a smile and we both left 

this encounter thinking a lot better about ourselves. 

From a distance before I came so close to him, I thought he might be my twin. They

say everyone has one. But there is a big difference between us, I saw a Colt 45

in a holster on his right hip as I left him and all I have is a canister of pepper spray

in Mother's Honda.


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"If you want to celebrate something, celebrate that you ain't dead like some 

people."
  
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 224,000,000 results (1.56 seconds) 

No results found for "If you want to celebrate something, celebrate that you ain't 

dead like some people.


WE CELEBRATE TODAY AND/OR THIS MONTH

Black History Month - February 1 through February 28....

Panel Discussion “Remembering the Great Migration”

"On Wednesday, February 22 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in the Empire State Plaza’s 

south concourse, this panel discussion will focus on the local stories of the 

historic Rapp Road Community, which was settled during the Great Migration 

of millions of African Americans from the American South to the industrialized 

Northeast during the 1900s.

Participants will include master of ceremonies Paul Grondahl, an Albany Times 

Union staff writer and award-winning journalist and author; moderator Cordell 

Reaves, a historic preservation program analyst with the New York State office of 

Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation; and panelists:

• Jennifer Lemak, a curator and author from the New York State Museum who has 

focused her research on the migration of South African Americans to New York 

State.

• Stephanie Woodard, a descendent of the Rapp Road Community and member 

of the Rapp Road Historical Association.

• Dina Ranelluccia, a descendent of the Rapp Road Community and member of the 

Rapp Road Historical Association.

• Marsha Mortimore, a historian and lecturer of African-American history in the 

Capital District."

LATEST NEWS FROM THE TIMES UNION CAPITOL BUREAU

Emancipation document part of Black History Month

By Rick Karlin, Capitol bureau on February 2, 2017 at 1:31 PM


*"February 9 is the 40th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 325 

days remaining until the end of the year (326 in leap years). This date is slightly 

more likely to fall on a Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday (58 in 400 years each) 

than on Sunday or Monday (57), and slightly less likely to occur on a Wednesday 

or Friday (56).


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"You ain't going to get away with killing someone because there's a man they 

call the 'Homicide Hunter.'"
  
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 23,500,000 results (1.77 seconds) 

No results found for "You ain't going to get away with killing someone because 

there's a man they call the 'Homicide Hunter.'"


 CLEVELAND, OHIO

*Man kills wife inside their home. This was one of the story lines on Cleveland 

TV news last night and after I had posted my story of the day on Weebly.com, 

blogger.com and Wordpress at about 6:10 PM last night. It's already too late for 

him. The wife is dead and he will suffer the death of a prison cell for the 

remainder of his days here on earth. Do you know what I would do? It's pretty 

simple really and I believe that this is what most people would do. Just walk out 

the door and stay gone forever. It's pretty simple really. 


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"Picture postcards are a delight to the looker."
  
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 128,000 results (0.77 seconds) 

No results found for "Picture postcards are a delight to the looker."


WORLD

*I received an email from postcrossing.com giving me an address and 

receipent's likes/dislikes within their profile:

And your postcard US-4482053 will go to...__________ , in Italy, 4,601 miles away!

Here's the Postcard ID: US-4482053

Don't forget to write this Postcard ID on the postcard!

This is what will allow the receiver to register your postcard when it arrives which 

will make you the next person to receive a postcard.

 A little something about __________ ,

Languages: Italian, Spanish, English, little German and French

About the recipient:

“Hey world! :

My name is ____________, and I am from an Italian town called Tavullia, in the 

region Marche near the Adriatic Coast. 

I studied foreign languages (Spanish and English) at University of Urbino where 

I fell in love with the laguages and cultures of this world. In my free time I love 

taking long walk along the seashore and taking a lot of pics of the scenaries all 

around me. I also love movies and tv series. 

Two of my big hobbies are writing snail mails to my friends all over the world 

and collecting postcards and stamps.

I love all kind of postcard so don't hesitate to send me your favourite ones! I will 

love it, that's sure!”

The picture postcard will be uploaded to Facebook among others today.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

"Tavullia

Comune in Italy

Tavullia is a comune in the Province of Pesaro e Urbino in the Italian region 

Marche, located about 70 kilometres northwest of Ancona and about 15 

kilometres southwest of Pesaro. Until December 13, 1938 it was known as 

Tomba di Pesaro."

Weather: 45°F (7°C), Wind N at 7 mph (11 km/h), 78% Humidity.

Province: Province of Pesaro and Urbino.

Region: Marche.

Local time: Thursday 2:32 PM.

Postal code: 61010."

*ISIS-Linked Group Claims Rocket Attack on Israeli Resort.

*Putin's Strongest Foe Denied Entry Into Presidential Race.


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"There is no rule that a grown man can't cry."
  
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 7,630,000 results (1.25 seconds) 

No results found for "There is no rule that a grown man can't cry."


A RANDOM ACT OF KINDNESS

*I saw and heard a story on television news last night after I had posted my story 

for yesterday. There is a town in a state that I don't remember were one person 

placed what was called a Blessing Box out near the street of their house. They 

placed in the Blessing Box food items for people who needed it. In that town they

are "playing it forward" and now they have more than a dozen Blessing Boxes for 

people who are poor. And tears are running down from my eyes to my cheeks.

A human act of kindness gets me everytime.


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"If you're having trouble pooping and don't know what to do, try caressing near

your belly button to help your poop move through."
  
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 238,000,000 results (1.48 seconds) 

No results found for "If you're having trouble pooping and don't know what to do, 

try caressing near your belly button to help your poop move through."


HEALTH

*Another in the long list of sayings I remember from long, long ago , "I'm dryer 

than a pepperjack fart." I had not pooped for several days until this morning.

I'll give you the time again so that you can write it down in your journal.

5:50 AM 2/9/2017 EST. 

And I know what's wrong. After all my years of living, I've failed to obey the 

rules of pooping;

1.   Drink more than enough water. If you feel dry and need to drink water, 

you are already dehydrated.

2.   Drink more water than coffee. I have both coffee and a big bottle of lemon 

water at my left hand side and on a small table halfway to the floor. I always 

seem to grab the coffee mug and forget about the water. Shame on you, Forrest.

3.   Eat fiber rich foods. Recommendations are" 30 to 38 grams a day for men 

and 25 grams a day for women between 18 and 50 years old, and 21 grams a 

day if a woman is 51 and older. Another general guideline is to get 14 grams of 

fiber for every 1,000 calories in your diet."

What the hell is going on? The latter statement don't include me. I'm 51 and older

and I'm a male human being?

Well, no matter. I get most of my fiber when eating the food in my mini-

refridgerator that are mostly fruits and vegetables and to eat it all, it will require 

another installation of my false teeth.

4.   Scientific studies recommend caressing near your belly button to help your

poop along. I might have tried it once or twice, but I don't remember that it 

worked.

*I don't believe I have any chauffeuring duties today except go to the post office

to take several items that need weighing. Twenty minutes max.  I finally going 

to get a break. Praise the Lord and Hallelujah! 

*Looks like all I do is type about my health but that's what most senior citizens do.

I'm going to fix my favorite first sandwich of the morning and like I said yesterday

that you should  know what it is because I've told you 50 times or more, so if you

don't remember ask someone else because I'm getting tired of repeating myself.

I'm going to top off them little slimy beauties with a slice of roma tomato or two.

*7:36 AM 2/9/2017 EST. Well, I'm back again. I seems like when I go to a different

section of this story of today, I'm drawn back like a magnet to to my mini-

refrigerator because I have something else to tell. Now I forgot what it is. Never 

mind, I'll remember it eventually.

All, now I remember "a shave and haircut 2 bites," Another old saying from a long,

long time ago that helps me to remember. I need to shave and not cut my hair, but

shower, "2 bites."

*5:39 PM 2/9/2017 EST. I didn't go to the post office after all. I stayed in the house 

all day, but I didn't like it. I ain't use to being around 3 other people for a long 

period of time.


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"Just like the 'Little Engine That Could,' if you lose, get up and "try, try again.""
  
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 1,570,000 results (1.26 seconds) 

No results found for "Just like the 'Little Engine that could,' if you lose, get up 

and "try, try again."


SPORTS

*The 2018 XIII Olympic Winter Games is still almost exactly one year away and 

they're already preparing for the magnificent winter event.

Host city Pyeongchang, South Korea

Motto Passion. Connected.

Korean: 하나된 열정.

Events 102 in 7 sports (15 disciplines)

Opening ceremony 9 February 2018

Closing ceremony 25 February 2018

Stadium Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium

Next:

Winter: Beijing 2022  

Summer: Tokyo 2020

*"Why are (Cleveland) Browns fans so great? Their teams have never won—

ever—and they continually support their franchise. They were ranked first out 

of all 32 NFL teams in “fan loyalty.” They routinely fill their 73,000-seat stadium 

despite cold temperatures and a dismal recent history, which includes zero 

postseason wins since the 1994 season.

They have the number one fan group in all of professional sports, the “Browns 

Backers”, which can be found in literally every city in the United States, and even 

in different countries.

Their fans can be visibly present at home games in the famous “Dawg Pound”, 

which is located in the east end of the stadium. Fans wear dog paraphernalia to 

all of the games.

The Browns may have lost their team for four seasons, but they never lost their 

incredible passion."

Well, things have changed in the city of the "burning river" since 2009.

The Cleveland Brown's 1- 15 record this last season (2016) season was one 

reason for reducing ticket prices. Season ticket holder prices will remain the 

same. It's a shame, ain't it?


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"The politicians are fighting, so they ain't getting or deserve a quote from me 

today." 

Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 69,200,000 results (1.45 seconds) 

No results found for "The politicians are fighting, so they ain't getting or deserve 

a quote from me today."


POLITICS

*7:26 PM 2/8/2017 EST.  Jeff Sessions confirmed as Attorney General. 

Jeff Sessions was finally confirmed by the senate after rumors of his possible

ties to the Klu Klux Klan.

*7:29 PM 2/8/2017 EST. Gorsuch: Trump's Tweets on Judiciary 'Demoralizing,' 

'Disheartening.'

There seems to be some tension between President Trump's choice for the 

Supreme Court and himself, but Trump will forgive him, he always does.

*The above headlines came after I had posted my 359th story of the day. 

*Kellyanne Conway: 'Go Buy Ivanka's Stuff.'

*WSJ (Wall Street Journal) Companies Still Leaving For Mexico Despite Trump.

*Mark Cuban is an American businessman, investor, author, television 

personality and like John McCain is always talking before he thinks. He says

"Trump won't last four years" and Trump says of McCain  'Losing So Long He 

Doesn't Know How to Win.'

*100 Evangelical Leaders Ask Trump to Reconsider Refugee Ban.


QUOTE (S) FOR THIS POST

"If snow causes you to miss school "thank a teacher.""

Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 345,000,000 results (1.13 seconds) 

No results found for "If snow causes you to miss school "thank a teacher.""


WEATHER

Weather for Smithville, Ohio

Today             SHOWERS_SNOW               22° 14°

Fri                  MOSTLY_CLOUDY              33° 30°

Sat                  SCATTERED_SHOWERS    52° 41°

Sun                 SHOWERS                              54° 29°

The Weather Channel - Weather Underground - AccuWeather

*7:28 AM 2/9/2017 EST. Went outdoors to get the weather gauge and found 2 

packages that were probably delivered last evening. It's snowing with maybe 3

inches on the ground and driveway, the temperature is 21° and the humidity is

moving upward form the present 80% because of the moisture in the snow. The

wind is blowing the snow in from the north as I looked at the American flag on

the northeast border corner pole.

*9:42 AM 2/9/2017 EST. I now indoors after going outdoors in shorts, no socks, but

shoes, to take 3 or 4 outgoing letters to the mailbox. The temperature is 23°, up 2°

since earlier in the morning. The wind is much the same in speed and direction

as earlier this morning and maybe another 1/2 inch of snow added to the 3 inches

of this morning. The snow has stopped leaving snow upon the road and will clear 

only when the salt trucks of Green Township have made a pass or two.

*10:03 AM 2/9/2017 EST. The indoor temperature is 70° and the humidity is 43%.

*Snowstorm Forces School Closures Across NY. It takes a lot of snow to cancel 

schools in Yankee land, but in the south they cancel schools if there is a 10% of 

chance of snow. Let's make that 5%.

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