With the new C word sweeping the globe, now seems like a good a time as any to bring up the many benefits of using vinegar. If you want to go one step further in cleaning your produce, especially if you’re eating them raw, you can use a simple vinegar-water solution.
Frogs cannot be able to be slowly boiled alive, but clearly, we can. What we’re allowing to happen now, is going to affect the lives of generations, long after we’ve gone. It’s like we’re creating the backstory of some dark, dystopian film, in which a corrupt, corporatized government cares more about wealth and power thanContinue reading “Humans & The Boiling Water”
#MEGA (Make Earth Great Again) #YearOfThePeople2020 #ThinkDifferently #CitizensUnited #WeThePeople #OnePeople #OneVision #OneWorld #NotMeUs #OneFate We can all be ourselves, we can all have things, but in the end, all of this is for the thousands of generations yet to come.☮️❤️⚖️
#ThursdayThoughts While watching The Young Turks segment today regarding the treatment of workers at Amazon, I was reminded of the movie classic, Brazil (1985), directed and co-written by Terry Gilliam. The film centers on Sam Lowry, a man trying to find a woman who appears in his dreams while he is working in a mind-numbingContinue reading “The Movie Brazil (1985) And What It Got Right”
The cost of healthcare services in the U.S. is affecting Americans’ financial health in multiple ways: Forty-five percent of Americans fear bankruptcy should a major health event strike. Americans have collectively borrowed an estimated $88 billion in the last year to cover healthcare costs. 2.7 million Americans have borrowed at least $10,000 to pay forContinue reading “The U.S. Healthcare Cost Crisis”