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Searching for the Fountain of Youth

The quest for finding the Fountain of Youth has been around for millennia. Documentation of such date backs to the 5th century BCE with the writings made by the ancient Greek historian, Herodotus, who claimed dwellers in the land of … Continue reading

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Love, Kristen: Milkman Dan, Squirt and Great-Aunt Nettie Merle

Happy Solstice belated for those who recognize the longest day of the year as being ritualistic in nature, or for those who see it as the first day of summer. Either way, to me it’s a blast, especially for being … Continue reading

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This is Getting to be Madness

The actual nitty-gritty for figuring out one’s healthiest weight relative to an individual’s height is known as the Body Mass Index, or BMI for short. The science behind the measurement is very concise, where BMI signifies whether one is at … Continue reading

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Baby Boomers’ Dementia Test

Going through some of the nonsense from the now-defunct Comedy Corner, I found this gem from Fargo North Decoder, which jogged the cobwebs from my memory. See if it does the same for you. How many can you answer? QUESTION … Continue reading

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