Your Very Own Day
June 21, 2017 Psychological Health

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Your Very Own Day
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I am sorry I have not uploaded anything today until now. I have had much to think about this morning, and I will tell you all about it tomorrow. Outside of that, it’s my mother’s 75th birthday, and I wanted to take her out for lunch. We went to visit my brother over the weekend, and had a nice dinner, but I felt like doing something for her today myself. She has given me alot in this life, so any chance I get I try and take care of her, even in small ways. Sometimes my frustrations get the best of me, and I snap at her when I shouldn’t. I need to be more accepting of her weakening emotional and psychological health. Anyway, my cousins sent her a beautiful bouquet of flowers, and so I thought I would post a picture of them here. Happy birthday, mom. I love you very much.

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efforts in New Orleans by donating to the American Red Cross.

ALSO – To bid on a signed (by myself and Jolene) 10×8 photographic print of my image entitled "Clash Of The Titans" for the Flickr Katrina Relief Auction, click HERE. All proceeds go to the above charity. My talented friend seanhfoto has started the bidding. Now, show him what you can do now.


As a way of returning the extraordinary generosity and support you
have all shown me in this great community, whenever I upload a new
pic or series of shots this year, I’ll provide a link to another flickr
photog whose work, personality, or spirit I feel you should discover.

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Open your eyes to Charloto today.

Lincolnshire Fact
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Lincoln natives are mostly unaware they are accumulating a somatic burden from the local fertiliser factory.

But tell them and they quickly develop psychological defences to such facts, similar to the excuses you hear from smokers.

So thanks to Lincolnshire County Council for providing this page where you can send in your very own Lincolnshire Fact.

Fluoride-dispensing Charlie Ireland’s swansong as Council Chairman was to end a special meeting – after four minutes – about whether the Council’s Leader should be sacked for not attending meetings (he’d been in prison).

The reason the meeting was unnecessary? Councillor Speechley had been released just in time, and had arrived at the meeting, wearing his electronic tag.

Of course only bland, innocuous facts, harmless to the fluorocratic machine, will actually make it onto the website.

As all public participation in the Council’s democratic affairs is pointless, further contributions on this theme are as pointless as any other.

If you are a fan of this kind of activity, why not join me by picking and submitting some fluoride facts of your own to the Council?

While there are only two pro-fluoride "facts", whose endless repetition has rendered them threadbare to all except the most enthusiastically deadbrained, there are literally thousands of the other kind, and far more interesting they are too.

Why would appeals to the County Council, which did not initiate fluoridation and has no jurisdiction over drinking water, be relevant?

When fluoridated drivers bang into one another, it is on the Council’s roads.

The Council’s fluoridated police are also called when fluoridated criminals, possibly addicts suffering from ADHD, slip into their old people’s homes – full of Alzheimer’s patients – to rob the residents.

The Council is so up to its ears in it all that it had to fiddle its budget.

I am sure you can see from this that any appeal to this authority for a reduction in the population’s toxic load is a thoroughly misguided one.

What on earth would the fluorocrats do with themselves if all these matters became more manageable?

Send your Lincolnshire fluoride fact here


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