Saturday, February 11, 2017

362nd post

*I'm late again. I do not like late. I need to maintain or increase the quality and

reduce the quantity. Sorry.

*I received a letter from "h" (you guess the first four. It shouldn't be too hard they

are after all, English letters) who works for PNC ( Pittsburgh National Corporation 

or Provident National Corporation). You choose. Now I forgot what I was going to

say? Sometimes that goes along with an old and wandering mine.

*Note: I have not yet been able to add Adsense ads to I'll get it.

Do you remember the children's book from long ago named 'The Little Engine 

That Could' that my Mother read to me?


"If you are dying and would like to come back from Heaven or from hell, freeze

yourself (Cryonics), like some noteables have done (Ted Williams as an 

example), in order to come back to earth and live once again."

Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 9,450 results (1.32 seconds) 

"back" (and any subsequent words) was ignored because we limit queries to 32 


No results found for "If you are dying and would like to come back from Heaven 

or from hell, freeze yourself (Cryonics), like some notables have done (Ted 

Williams as an example), in order to come back to earth and live once again.".


"I've wondered if did right by my parents when we were still here on earth 

Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 73,700,000 results (1.86 seconds) 

No results found for "I've wondered if did right by my parents when we were 

still here on earth together?"


*I told you in an earlier story of my life here on earth that I was outdoors looking 

at the heavens. The skies were filled with stars unlike any I've seen for a while. 

My attention was drawn to one particular star. Is that my Father and Mother 

setting there here, holding hands and smiling? Is this real or a dream? Were 

they looking at me to see if I was OK upon this earth? I waved to them and then 

I started to cry.

Do I believe in Spiritualism? No I don't. 

*From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Spiritualism is the belief that the spirits of the dead have both the ability and 

the inclination to communicate with the living. ... Some spiritualists will speak 

of a concept which they refer to as "spirit guides"–specific spirits, often 

contacted, who are relied upon for spiritual guidance."

I would believe in Spiritualism if it work somewhat like above with my parents 

setting on a star holding hands and smiling, but not those scammers setting

around a table in a dark room with candles flickering from the breath of the head

scammer when there ain't nobody looking.

Do I believe in Cryonics, no I don't.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

"Cryonics (from Greek κρύος 'kryos-' meaning 'cold') is the low-temperature 

preservation (usually at −196°C) of people who cannot be sustained by 

contemporary medicine, with the hope that resuscitation and restoration to 

full health may be possible in the far future.

Notable people who are cryopreserved:

Among the cryopreserved are James Bedford, Dick Clair, L. Stephen Coles (in 

2014), Thomas K. Donaldson, FM-2030, Hal Finney (in 2014), Jerry Leaf, John-

Henry Williams, and Ted Williams."

Why would I do this. If it works I would only return to this world again and never

find my Father and Mother in Heaven to ask them If I did right by them when they

were on earth with me together. 


"If you would like a bit of candy and don't know what to get, try a peppermint by

Patty to satisfy your need for treats."
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: 1 result (1.52 seconds) 

"treats" (and any subsequent words) was ignored because we limit queries to 32 

No results found for About 13,100,000 results (1.96 seconds) No results found for

"If you would like a bit of candy and don't know what to get, try a peppermint by 

Patty to satisfy your need for treats."


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


*President Abraham Lincoln "advocated like much of north to release the slaves

from their bondage. Lincoln dealt with that and the American Civil War 

beginning on April 12, 1861 and ending on May 9, 1865."

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Abraham Lincoln

16th U.S. President

Abraham Lincoln was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 16th 

President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in 

April 1865. 

Smithsonian Institution 

The National Museum of American History


At six feet four inches tall, Lincoln towered over most of his contemporaries. 

He chose to stand out even more by wearing high top hats. He acquired this 

hat from J. Y. Davis, a Washington hat maker. Lincoln had the black silk 

mourning band added in remembrance of his son Willie. No one knows 

when he obtained the hat, or how often he wore it. The last time he put it on 

was to go to Ford’s Theatre on April 14, 1865.

After Lincoln’s assassination, the War Department preserved his hat and other 

material left at Ford’s Theatre. With permission from Mary Lincoln, the 

department gave the hat to the Patent Office, which, in 1867, transferred it to 

the Smithsonian Institution. Joseph Henry, the Secretary of the Smithsonian, 

ordered his staff not to exhibit the hat “under any circumstance, and not to 

mention the matter to any one, on account of there being so much excitement 

at the time.” It was immediately placed in a basement storage room.

The American public did not see the hat again until 1893, when the Smithsonian 

lent it to an exhibition hosted by the Lincoln Memorial Association. Today it is 

one of the Institution’s most treasured objects.

Transfer from the War Department with permission from Mary Lincoln, 1867."

OBJECT NAME - top hat


DATE MADE - mid 19th century

USER - Lincoln, Abraham

MAKER - Davis, J. Y.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION - silk (overall material)

MEASUREMENTS - overall: 7 in x 10 3/8 in x 12 in; 17.78 cm x 26.35504 cm x 

30.48 cm

PLACE MADE - United States: District of Columbia, Washington

WORN AT - United States: District of Columbia, Ford's Theater


Assassinated: April 15, 1865, Petersen House, Washington, D.C.

Spouse: Mary Todd Lincoln (m. 1842–1865)

Children: Robert Todd Lincoln, Tad Lincoln, William Wallace Lincoln, Edward 

Baker Lincoln


"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, 

give him power."

"Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be."

"And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.""

*8:45 AM 2/11/2017 EST. I searched high and low and could not find another day 

to celebrate today (February 11, 2017). I'm getting tired of one-finger typing 

anyway. It's your turn to make up something.

*9:46 AM 2/11/2017 EST. Woops, I found something from

It's Peppermint Patty Day. Ryan and I going to Walmart today so think I'll buy a 

a bag of Peppermint Patties for about $3.00 just to celebrate this day and eat all

of them and save the bag for when I go to checkout. If get sick and throw up and 

puke I believe that it will be worth having eaten them because I like them so 



"One of the first phone calls that Trump made to foreign leaders was to the 

President of Taiwan then because of complaints from China and their one-

China policy, Trump backed down and rejected the Taiwanese people once again."
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 712,000 results (2.20 seconds) 

"and" (and any subsequent words) was ignored because we limit queries to 32 


No results found for "One of the first phone calls that Trump made to foreign 

leaders was to the President of Taiwan then because of complaints from China 

and their one- China policy, Trump backed down and rejected the Taiwanese 

people once again."


Good news, Forrest!

Your postcard US-4443634 to __________ in Taiwan has arrived! It reached its 

destination in 27 days after traveling 7,611 miles!

__________, wrote you a message:

“Hi Forrest, thank you so much for the postcard&coins !

Best Wishes, 😉 

Wei Cian”

*2:56 PM 2/11/2017 EST. From the TV above me in McDonald's. French security

forces have arrested several people including a teenage girl in a planned 

terrorist attack. 


"If your health ain't what it should be it ain't my fault, it's yours'."
Forrest Caricofe

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No results found for "If your health ain't what it should be it ain't my fault, it's 




"I have boundless energy but I'm tired of typing. My choice, not yours."

*I always say that "the expenditure of energy creates energy," but no one 

believes? And I'm going to keep repeating this until my life expectancy has 


*After leaving the gas station I passed by Advanced Auto Parts and Dairy 

Queen on the left  and then over a 1 track railroad track to the stoplight. The 

city of Orrville keeps the roads around the brand new schools smooth as a 

baby's butt. They tore down a brand new school library to build the high 

school. The also built a new intermediate and elementary schools. Smithville

(my town address) did much the same tearing down a beautiful old brick 

building from way in the past. My Aunt Bea and my Mother who both are in 

Heaven are seeing, like me, the unwanted devastation.

*6:22 AM 2/11/2017 EST. I need to take a breakfast break. I'm fixing Orleans 

sardines in soybean oil and a product of Poland.

Price. $1.00.

Web site's blog comment:

"A slight musty aroma upon opening. Five fish to the tin. A very bland tasting 

fish. A soft, dense textured fish. A slight musty after taste. I would not eat 


Tuesday, September 17, 2013.

Another comment:

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Product of Poland:

Ingredients: Sardines, Soybean Oil, Salt, Natural Smoke Flavoring.

Price: $1.00.

Over all: Faint oil, fish aroma upon opening. Ten fish to the tin. A soft textured 

fish. No strong taste or after. Not a spiny fish. (tins packed in Poland are very 

different than the ones packed in Canada)  Not a great tin, but for the price, 

these are hard to beat. I would eat again. 3 1/2 sardines.

Anonymous, October 12, 2014 at 8:40 PM.

I just bought 10 cans of Orleans brand in oil product of Poland. There must have 

been 10 to 12 in the can, and on crackers they taste real good. For $1.00 at Dollar 

(Tree). (You) can't beat the price.

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P.O. BOX 85

Fallston, NC,  28042.


It looks like to me that a sardine is a sardine and people who absolutely know 

nothing about sardines are overly criticizing those little slimy, beautiful, angelic

beauties of the sea. No sardine respect, that's what I call it. "A spade is a spade"

that's the way I look at it.

I should write to the above address and tell the web site owner what I think. But he 

ain't going to listen, no one else does. 

And that's my opinion for what it's worth. 

*I was going to the post office but I ain't going to make it today, we'll just have to 

wait until tomorrow.


"The American continent would be a pristine wilderness if the invaders from

mostly Western Europe would have stayed on their side of the Atlantic Ocean."
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 12,800 results (1.53 seconds) 

No results found for "The American continent would be a pristine wilderness if 

the invaders from mostly Western Europe would have stayed on their side of the 

Atlantic Ocean."

Google wants me to change "if" to "of." You got me.


"* The Army Corps of Engineers that oversees the federal land where the last 

segment of the pipeline is being laid have completed an environmental 

impact study on Jan. 18. Trump signed an executive action six days later telling 

the Corps to allow the company to proceed with construction.

An encampment near the construction site has drawn thousands of protesters 

since April in support of the Standing Rock Sioux, leading on occasions to clashes 

with law enforcement and hundreds of arrests. Work was stalled for months due 

to opposition by the Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux, as well as a 

prolonged court battle between the developer and the The Cheyenne River Sioux 

on Thursday asked a federal judge to stop the construction. 

In opposition, the Army granted Energy Transfer Partners formal permission 

Wednesday to lay pipe under Lake Oahe, clearing the way for completion of 

the 1,200-mile, $3.8 billion construction of the Dakota Access pipeline under a 

North Dakota reservoir has begun and the full pipeline should be operational 

within three months, the developer of the long-delayed project said Thursday, 

even as an American Indian tribe filed a legal challenge to block the work and 

protect its water supply.

ETP (Energy Transfer Partners) spokeswoman Vicki Granado confirmed early 

Thursday that construction resumed "immediately after receiving the easement."

Workers had already drilled entry and exit holes for the crossing, and oil had 

been put in the pipeline leading up to the lake in anticipation of finishing the 


"The estimate is 60 days to complete the drill and another 23 days to fill the line 

to Patoka," Granado said, referring to the shipping point in Illinois that is the 

pipeline's destination.

An American Indian tribe filed a legal challenge to block the work and protect its 

water supply.

ETP (Energy Transfer Partners) didn't immediately respond in court to the filing. 

U.S. District Judge James Boasberg didn't immediately rule. Standing Rock Sioux 

attorney Jan Hasselman has said that tribe will also try to block the lake crossing in 


Protesters rallied in several cities across the country Wednesday. Demonstrators 

in Chicago targeted a bank. Others went to an Army Corps of Engineers office in 

New York City but were asked to leave when they started filming without a permit. 

Several people were arrested for blocking public access to a federal building in 

San Francisco.

Tribal Chairman Dave Archambault said in a statement late Wednesday that the 

tribe is prepared to keep up the battle "in the courts."

"We will continue to fight against an administration that seeks to dismiss not only 

our treaty rights and status as sovereign nations, but the safe drinking water of 

millions of Americans," the chairman said.

The tribe fears a leak in the pipeline could contaminate drinking water at its 

reservation that is just downstream from the proposed Missouri River crossing. 

ETP (Energy Transfer Partners) says the pipeline will be safe.

"The goal is still prayerful, nonviolent direct action," Braun said.

Five Dakota Access pipeline activists have been indicted on federal charges, 

accused of setting fire to a bridge in order to stop authorities from reaching a 

protest camp illegally built on private property.

The indictment unsealed Wednesday stems from one of the protest’s most 

chaotic confrontations, an all-day Oct. 27 melee that saw agitators set blazes, 

hurl rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, and try to start a buffalo stampede 

with riders on horseback.

About 700 protest-related arrests have been made since August, mostly for 

trespassing and rioting involving activists who posted bail and were promptly 

released, but the indictment reveals that at least a handful of activists remain in 

jail pending trial on federal crimes.The five men, identified by authorities using 

aerial photography at the scene, are charged with torching blockades on the 

Backwater Bridge erected by protesters using “stacked logs, fallen trees, tires 

and other miscellaneous items,” according to an affidavit.

“As law enforcement approached the bridge, individuals at the bridge were 

notified that law enforcement was approaching,” said the affidavit by 

Derek J. Hill, a special agent for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and 


“At this point, several protesters made their way to the County Road 134 Bridge 

and began to pour gasoline on the barricades,” he said. “Approximately three 

barricades were constructed on the west side of the bridge. The barricades 

were set on fire and these fires resulted in law enforcement having to stop 

their forward movement.”

The above article has been read and re-written.

Thanks to the Washington Times, Wikipedia and others.


Do I have an opinion this? Damn right I do! I'll even list my complaints and/or 


*You must remember that I do not lose my temper, I just get aggravated

(definition: become irritated or inflamed) and this time I'm highly aggravated!

1.   The yellow, black and palefaces like me should not even reside on this 

continent and we should have allowed the red/brown faces to remain. We 

should have stayed on our side of the Atlantic or Pacific and not ventured out 

to the America's. 

2.   It is said that the palefaces (British) introduced corn (maize) to the native 

American Indians, whole tribes being wiped out because of the carbohydrates.

3.   The Native American Indians have been lied to, taking their food by killing 

buffalo, broken treaty promises, slain, murder and commited other barbaric 

practices much like ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) of today. 

4.   The Native American Indians are reduced to living on small areas of land, 

hosting gambling casinos and selling cheap cigarettes. The gambling leads to

despair and chronic depression and eventually leading to much drinking.

I don't like it and I never will. I looks somewhat like slavery has returned to the

Americas and I'm still pissed!


"What's the difference between a politician and a jackass? There the exact same.

The politician is always braying and all of them are a bunch of asses."
Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 61,900 results (1.71 seconds) 

No results found for "What's the difference between a politician and a jackass? 

There the exact same. The politician is always braying and all of them are a 

bunch of asses."


*White House says Conway, top advisor to Trump, has been ‘counseled’ after 

touting Ivanka Trump’s products after using a television appearance from the 

West Wing to promote the clothing and jewelry line sold under the brand of 

Trump's daughter.

*Republicans in Idaho tried to design a better plan than Obamacare — and failed.

*Marco Rubio just gave a really important speech — but almost no one paid 


*Jared Kushner proves to be a shadow diplomat on U.S.-Mexico talks.

*National security adviser Flynn, Russian ambassador reportedly talked sanctions.

*Opinion:Gorsuch's criticism of Trump may be winning him Democratic votes and 

I have the exact same opinion.
*Trump Considers 'Brand New' Travel Ban, Supreme Court Test Still Possible.

* Trump to Iran's Rouhani: 'He Better Be Careful.'

*2:34 PM 2/11/2017 EST. From here in McDonald's and the TV above me that 

I'm listening to and while typing my life's story of today. Kremlin/Putin may 

give Eric Snowden to his friend President Trump as a gift. Reports say if 

Snowden is returned to the U.S., he punishment could be as much as 30 years 

in an American prison or execution. 

*Thanks to, Wikipedia and others for their short news excerpts 

once again. I copy, paste and often I read and rewrite.


"If your hungry for some delicious fast food go to the fast food place they call 

McDonald's Trump?"

Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 21,800,000 results (1.53 seconds) 

No results found for "If your hungry for some delicious fast food go to the fast food 

place they call McDonald's Trump?"


Weather for Smithville, Ohio

Today     CLOUDY                    48° 37°

Sun         SHOWERS                 41° 26°

Mon        PARTLY_CLOUDY   35° 25°

Tue          MOSTLY_SUNNY     46° 27°

The Weather Channel - Weather Underground - AccuWeather

*12:02 PM 2/11/2017 EST. As Ryan and I were leaving the house to go to Walmart

in Wooster I glanced at the weather gauge. The temperature was 50° and the 

humidity was 60%, the wind was almost without breath at maybe 2 or 3 mph 

(miles per hour) and a partial sun showed its' partial face through the long grey

and white clouds. What a glorious day it's going to be.

*3:09 PM 2/11/2017 EST. Ryan is mentally handicapped you know? I give him as 

much freedom as I can within some limits, of course. Today I allowed him another

experience. I dropped him off at Dollar Tree a place he enjoys to shop. He can

remember $1, but has a lot of trouble with the rest of our currencies. I then went 

to McDonald's and I told him to phone me when he was finished at Dollar Tree

so I could pick him up in Mother's Honda. I changed my mine. I told Ryan to bring

all his packages and walk to were I'm at McDonald's a distance of only about 1/2

mile but a major road and much traffic to transverse. As far as I know that's the 

first time he's done this, but I need to teach some other things before I reach the

end of my life.

*5:25 PM 2/11/2017 EST. When we returned to the house after going to Wooster, 

the weather was the as this morning believe it or not. What a glorious day it has


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