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  1. Not really. I have a medium sized garden, can...

    Not really. I have a medium sized garden, can get around much of the time by bicycle and can heat much of the house with a woodstove if needed. And I'm pretty good at belt tightening with lots of...
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    I actually noticed the non-dairy "great buttery...

    I actually noticed the non-dairy "great buttery taste" butter substitute that I buy even took a big jump. I wonder what the deal with that is?

    There have been some good grocery sales lately,...
  3. Thread: Gas prices

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    I ran errands today and several stations were...

    I ran errands today and several stations were hovering around $3.00. Cheapest I've seen it in some time and down thirty cents or so from recent prices.
  4. Thread: cutting caffeine

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    I might give it a try. Rhodiola Rosea is a staple...

    I might give it a try. Rhodiola Rosea is a staple among my few OTC supplements. I get an energy and bit of a mood boost without the caffeine edge, but I still enjoy a daily cup or two of coffee.
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    I've found that to be the case for both the Post...

    I've found that to be the case for both the Post and the NYT. I get the introductory rate of $4 a month for a year and then they have tried to raise the rate significantly. When I go to cancel my...
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    This is what Wikipedia says. In my mind it seems...

    This is what Wikipedia says. In my mind it seems to be used more by the far right inspired by extreme Republican political talk, i.e. Jan.6 or Pelosi. In an opinion piece in today's NYT, the...
  7. Thread: Conavirus......

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    That's pretty interesting. I'm probably more...

    That's pretty interesting. I'm probably more conservative than the infectious disease experts, but I suspect I'm in a higher risk age group.
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    My first utility bill of cooler weather just...

    My first utility bill of cooler weather just arrived. The utility provider is good about giving details for comparison to previous years. Electric was basically similar for usage and cost as the...
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    I see it as a concocted scheme to make the...

    I see it as a concocted scheme to make the transgressions of the democrats, and I'm sure there are some, look as bad as an effort to overthrow a legitimate presidential election outcome and hiding...
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    One can hope it will be another opportunity to...

    One can hope it will be another opportunity to watch him lose. I half expected him to announce as an independent.

    I sort of doubt that his ego allows him to think that he leads a sad life.
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    Split pea soup, cornbread, dark beer.

    Split pea soup, cornbread, dark beer.
  12. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I'm wondering if people are taking any special...

    I'm wondering if people are taking any special precautions over the holidays?

    I'm getting the impression from any social contacts or the media that it's maybe 90 percent or something back to...
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    I mulch all of my leaves with the mower, so it...

    I mulch all of my leaves with the mower, so it might look like I'm mowing, but am doing leaf clean up detail. I also do a couple of runs with the catcher on and then rototill the ground up leaves...
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    He was featured on 60 minutes as something of a...

    He was featured on 60 minutes as something of a poster boy for election deniers. He gave me the heebie jeebies.

    I get the impression from the news that the Trump loyalists took a trouncing and...
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    One of the NYT headlines today went, "Every...

    One of the NYT headlines today went, "Every election denier who sought to become the top election official in a critical battleground state lost at the polls". The article is about secretaries of...
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    In the end it seems like they all vote the party...

    In the end it seems like they all vote the party line regardless of how practical or outrageous they may seem, or which side they come from. That's where the money comes from to get them elected. I...
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    The early response was on very cautious due to a...

    The early response was on very cautious due to a lack of good information. I have no misgivings about this. I imagine the perspective is different for older people, people in poor health, medical...
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    Until the election denial is a thing of the past,...

    Until the election denial is a thing of the past, the terms reasonable and republican are oxymorons. Even if they are not election deniers they've not condemned them. And if we do get past that,...
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    I stand corrected. Good to know. Was there an...

    I stand corrected. Good to know. Was there an advantage to changing to a medigap plan that would be helpful to know about, or maybe I've missed that in the discussion?
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    I met with an insurance broker earlier in the...

    I met with an insurance broker earlier in the year and that's what he told me, also. He did say that the requirements to pass underwriting are fairly liberal and it might take some sort of expensive...
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    The morality of the election deniers is...

    The morality of the election deniers is despicable and will be the over riding issue in my election choices for some time to come. It is not only dishonest, but a refusal to accept the...
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    I noticed your recommendation for Atomic Habits...

    I noticed your recommendation for Atomic Habits and after a few reviews I read it. I had a long journey to quitting smoking years ago and read my share of habit quitting books. I still have a...
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    A stew or soup made of farro, navy beans,...

    A stew or soup made of farro, navy beans, tomatoes, onions, celery, carrots, and kale. Prepared yesterday, but will probably be part of a main meal a couple of days this week.
  24. I was listening to a WSJ podcast that suggested...

    I was listening to a WSJ podcast that suggested CD's shopped through a brokerage firm like, say Fidelity, could earn something in the 4-6% range depending on the terms. And that was before the last...
  25. It should have started sooner, but there was...

    It should have started sooner, but there was pressure on Powell to keep it low. That might have at least eased the pain. The run up in housing costs should have been an early warning sign. But...
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