Tennessee Biking from Santa Cruz to La during El Niño Trim Camp Catholic School Brazil Berlin Life as a Sailing Lunchlady on the TSGB Fern Flat – life in the woods
Once upon a time…I accidentally went to Palestine. It was in the Spring of 2014. I went with a program called Birthright. They paid for my tickets to and from Israel and provided a 10-day tour of the country, giving me the option to extend my stay beyond the scheduled program at my own expense, … More Story Time–How I accidentally went to Palestine.
Every year, it is possible that many monkeys are diagnosed with lung cancer, especially in the entertainment industry. Helping to raise awareness for this heartbreaking affliction, MLCAA provides financial and psychological support for monkeys suffering from lung cancer and tobacco addiction.
http://ewastecleanup.com/blog-2/ That blog gives good background info about e-waste and talks about e-waste recycling as a business. https://mrelectric.com/blog/recycle-electronic-waste-at-home talks about taking apart your electronics and selling them for parts…interesting
Wouldn’t it be cool if when you bought a battery, or any electronic, the packaging told you where you could discard your product once you’re all done with it. I mean, they have it on beverage containers. I think it would be great if all electronics had that cash redemption value, so you could bring … More Just a thought about batteries
Today I sat in on a radio show called The Food Chain Radio with host Michael Olson. The show was about a lawsuit between the government and a farmer who tilled his land and disrupted waterways. The Army Corps of Engineers is suing the farmer for $2.8 billion. Is this fair? Listen to the episode … More KSCO Radio
Hello out there, I have thought about starting a blog for some time now and just decided to give it a try, to see what happens. I am not a very big fan of technology, or being on the computer, but alas, it is a good way to reach many people and share ideas. This … More Why I started this blog and my intentions