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Saturday, September 23, 2017

23 Sep 17 - 1002 EDT - blog - News in brief.

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QUOTE FOR THIS POST

"News of the world is important if we care about other people of the world."

Forrest Caricofe

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YESTERDAY AND TODAY

**YESTERDAY. I published my daily blog early in the morning, but it was late 

evening until I published my 2nd blog, a postcrossing, about a picture postcard I

received in the mail from someone who lives in Hurbanovo, Slovakia. 

In between these 2 publishing's, I drove to Orrville to Rite Aid for a prescription 

medication, to Bell Stores Marathon for a french vanilla cappuccino, to Buehler's 

Fresh Foods for 3 cartons of Caffeine Free Diet Coke, 2 containers of Ace Weed 

Killer and to my PNC bank for a banking matter. 

Wade Plumbing was here until about 2:30 PM, quiting early and said they would 

not be here on Monday, but Tuesday when the water would be shut off for all of 

their working day. 

I watched 'Law and Order' while eating my supper and then my prayer and to 

bed.

**TODAY. After publishing my daily blog, I may need to drive to Orrville to my 

PNC bank to sign some paperwork and for some other things I can't remember 

for now. 

We're planning to go to Belden Village Mall in North Canton and to Walmart in 

the same area for grocery items. 

As for the remainder of the day, I'll tell you about that tomorrow. 


I HAVE SOMETHING ON MY MIND

**I see that Senator John McCain has said no to the present edition of Patient 

Protection and Affordable Care Act (Cassidy-Graham health-care bill). It seems 

to me that he's always moving from the left and to the right and vice versa, 

maybe just trying to draw attention to himself and having his own way about 

everything.

**President Trump has called Kim Jong-un, the dictator of North Korea a 

"madman." Is President Trump the only world leader to face up and protect the

rest of this world against this tyrant?

**The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) and its' Acting Secretary of 

Homeland Security Elaine Dukehas has advised President Trump to be more 

targeted in banning refugees from possible threat countries saying that the 

present ban which will expire Sunday does not cover all possible treats and that 

the banning must be expanded to other countries. 

**Hurricane Maria is wrecking havoc in Puerto Rico with a 50 to 60 mile wide 

tornado. Some areas of the island, home to 3.4 million U. S. citizens, received 30

inches of rain. Predictions are that Hurricane Maria, a category 3 hurricane with 

winds of 115 miles per hour, will remain at sea upon nearing the U. S. mainland,

but as with all hurricanes their future is not always a certainty. 

**Walmart, the world's largest retailer, is in the testing phase in the Silicon 

Valley of delivering food to your refridgerator by a Walmart employee seen on 

your cell phone when you're not at home. I wonder what would happen if  a 

thief would dress up as a Walmart employee and come to your home? I'm sure

Walmart has a solution for that. 

**In President Trump's speech to the United Nations he addressed the issues of

other members paying their fair share in running the UN and that the UN 

members work together to rid our world of oppressive regimes and at the same 

time working to make all people free of tyranny.

**On Google's search page it's celebrating Asima Chatterjee's 100th birthday.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Asima Chatterjee

Indian chemist

"Asima Chatterjee was an Indian organic chemist noted for her work in the fields 

of organic chemistry and phytomedicine. Her most notable work includes 

research on vinca alkaloids, and the development of anti-epileptic drugs and 

anti-malarial drugs.  

Born: September 23, 1917, Kolkata, India.

Died: November 22, 2006, Kolkata, India.

Education: University of Calcutta.

Fields: Organic chemistry, Phytochemical."


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