November 25, 2010
November 16, 2010
At one point in our lives a friend of mine and I used to go on shopping excursions in the city of Oklahoma. We always had a wonderful time whatever we did together. We were practically joined at the hip. Now I live in NY and she lives in a much colder state. She has a lot of health issues the least of which is not her osteo- arthritis. However, she has many other debilitating problems.
Why on earth in these United States of America aren't all the states united in pricing, civil rights, and the right to good health coverage? Which brings me back to my girlfriend. She can't get any dental coverage. In her state; if you don't have a credit card or plenty of cash you don't get treated. The disabled people and old folk have to fight like crazy to get proper medical help there. This is the case in many states.
Well that is another two cents from yours truly. Please comment if you wish.
Posted by R. D. Shultz at 10:48 PM
November 10, 2010
November 8, 2010
I remember a time in my life when I believed in total freedom, and people helping one another in all areas of life. I lived on a commune farm, wore bell-bottoms and madras tops. We created protest signs some of which I carried. All of us took part in growing our organic vegetables on the farm and milking our cow. I could consume large amounts of food and not gain weight. I spent long afternoons on city beaches, viewed Fritz the Cat at a movie festival, went to Mariposa Folk Festival, Woodstock and New Port Jazz Fest. I lived in the Village in the 60's and Spanish Harlem for more than year in the early 70's. I was a extraordinarily accomplished baker, a champion of substitution, and made the best brownies anywhere.
Posted by R. D. Shultz at 12:47 PM
November 4, 2010
The Republicans have the House of Representatives, the Democrats have the Senate and the Presidency and the country has a great many problems. Other than that everything is right with the world. That said, I want to talk not about politics but relationships.
Just one thing....wonder if the journal industry knows if they know why they aren't selling so well? :)
Posted by R. D. Shultz at 12:02 AM