Tuesday, November 7, 2017

7 Nov 17 - 0745 ET - PAD THAI.

**YESTERDAY. I drove everyone to Carolyn's oncologist yesterday located at the 

intersection of U. S. Route 94 and U. S. Route 18. Good news. No breast cancer,

now 11 years free of that dreaded disease. 

On he way back, we stopped at China Buffet and McDonald's for takeout. My 

favorite at China Buffet is egg-drop soup and it's like they say "if you seafood, 

you eat food," so that's what I do and that's why I'm overweight.

**TODAY. Facebook has refused to allow any of my publishing's to be shared to 

my Facebook page. I don't know the reason yet, but I'll find out. So, what I'm 

going to do do is copy and paste the URLs of my publishing's into What's on Your

Mind" box, then you can read it from there by clicking on that post. 

I'm rarely sick, but I've been plagued the last few days with a nauseated stomach, 

chest and nasal congestion. The oyster-like substance that I cough up is clear, so 

I don't believe I have an infection, but just in case I made an appointment 

yesterday to see Dr. Kwok today at 2:20 PM. 

I've often said that I've coughed up enough of that oyster-like substance over 

the years to serve up an oyster dinner to the multitudes. 


"Western food keeps us fat or obese, Asian food keeps us skinny or slim."

Forrest Caricofe

Google search: About 2,720,000 results (1.22 seconds). 

No results found for "Western food keeps us fat or obese, Asian food keeps us 

skinny or slim."


**On the Google search page Google is celebrating the delicious looking dish 

called Pad thai. Google takes you through 7 screens showing in a cartoon manner

how Pad thai is made.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Pad thai


"Pad thai, or phad thai, is a stir-fried rice noodle dish commonly served as a 

street food and at casual local eateries in Thailand. 

Place of origin: Thailand.

Alternative names: phad thai, phat thai (also with the capitalized T).

Serving temperature: Hot." 

I've seen few overweight Asians in my lifetime. One I remember was when I 

served in South Korea as a sentry dog handler. Food was trucked up from the 

main compound to the guardhouse where we ate meals while we where on break

from our sentry duties. He was our houseboy who helped by cleaning, serving

the meals and other duties that were assigned to him. He was fat because he ate

our food and not Asian food like Kimchi, Pad thai, etc. 

Our houseboy on the main compound did not eat our food and remained slim 

because of that. 

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