The Health Care Crisis

We have social security disability and Medicare, isn’t that government medical care? I personally don’t see how we are going bankrupt the country. I know we are struggling financially, but if our representatives are thinking about passing millions of dollars to learn about your breasts in the high school, then health care for all is more important. By not doing…
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Everything That Lives Also Dies

It is kind of sad that everything that lives has to die. I am thinking about an x-who died recently. His foot was partially cut off from gangrene, then it poisoned his whole body; he died within a day. Diabetes has to be monitored and especially your feet. His ashes are scattered on a highway far away that…
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Fundraiser For The Lake Superior Zoo And A Shelter

The health and welfare of our animals is important in this region. Come and support the first ever “I Love Animals.” The first annual event at Duluth Business Univeristy is today (September 3rd), Thursday from 12:00-4:00 p.m. This is a great event is for families and children. John Stetson will be there with his sled dogs, the Duluth Zoo will…
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Narcissistic Personalities In The Media And On Blogs

Have you ever looked at writing that is very narcisstic?  The sentences usually begin with “I” and continue beginning again with “I.” I have wondered why some people write in this state of mind over and over again. These are the same people who need to be the center of attention in pictures and have pictures of themselves…
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Sleep Apnea

Recently, I was diagnoised with sleep apnea at the Mayo Clinic. They found out that my blood oxygen level dropped from an oximetery test in July. Since I am a very busy person, I couldn’t make it back down there to the sleep clinic until the end of August. The diagnoise was obstructive sleep apnea. Wearing a full face…
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