My first race in eight years just might offer a lesson for you

By John Ruberry "Get up off your arses men Don't let 'em think you're getting lazy Get up out of your easy chairs We gotta lot to do out there, well ain't we." The Kinks, "Get Up." My Sunday post here is a bit late because this morning I ran a race--my first one since … Continue reading My first race in eight years just might offer a lesson for you

Advice About Natural Cure Advice

by baldilocks A repost Here's something many don't know about me: I am a big fan of natural cures. It's recent development--last five years--and it was born of my aversion to prescription medications, of a theory that God has provided all the things in nature needed to maintain good health, and of the desire to … Continue reading Advice About Natural Cure Advice

Platypus, Save Us!

The weird egg laying mammal with a duck's bill on its face may hold the key to the problem of our antibiotics not working well against resistant bacteria and germs. Via Sky News: A breakthrough by Australian scientists has found that the platypus - which is already a unique creature - is also in possession … Continue reading Platypus, Save Us!

A baby’s right to a hard life

In 2 months, Lord willing, our fourth child will be born. He won't be like the previous three. He has a rare heart configuration that essentially has his aorta and pulmonary artery switched up. There's also a hole in the wall that separates the ventricles of his heart. His is a situation for which many parents … Continue reading A baby’s right to a hard life

Natural Maintenance

by baldilocks Being blessed with great health and energy for almost all of my life, I found it disconcerting when I began to get tired at strange times in the day—like 1PM. The cure? Vitamin C and lots of it. An orange, a half of a grapefruit, the juice of a small lemon and a … Continue reading Natural Maintenance

An Update On My Physical Condition

There's been some hints on twitter in terms of what's been going on with me physically lately but I've not explicitly talked about it so as I've unexpected found myself with a day off, and home at 3 am on a sunday morning instead of at work let me explain. What started a few weeks … Continue reading An Update On My Physical Condition

Borland Decision is Rational, not Heroic

Jack Crab:You'd better watch out Mr. Merryweather They're whittling you down.  You can't afford to lose any more of your parts. Mr. Merryweather:Every business has a particle of risk. Little Big Man 1970 Football is not Football if it's Touch Football Bob Schieffer Face the nation Today on Face the nation they had a segment on the … Continue reading Borland Decision is Rational, not Heroic

Kate Hudson tells an Uncomfortable truth

As you might guess we don't do a lot of celebrity news here at DaTechGuy blog but a few days ago at Live at five there was a piece on Kate Hudson that caught my eye.concerning Kate Hudson. Now before we go any farther let's stipulate for the record that it's a neutral objective fact … Continue reading Kate Hudson tells an Uncomfortable truth

Ebola in Africa or Good Fellas on an International Scale

Malone:  Everybody knows where the booze is.  The problem isn't finding it.  The problem is who wants to cross Capone. Let's go. The Untouchables 1987 Henry Hill:They called him Jimmy the Gent...Drivers loved him. They used to tip him off about the really good loads, of course, everybody got a piece....And when the cops assigned … Continue reading Ebola in Africa or Good Fellas on an International Scale

For a long, healthy life: Eat your bacon

For those of you counting calories, here is something to smile about.  This 105-year-old woman from Texas claims that eating bacon each day has helped her live a long life.  From Today.com: Cantrell does not need a cane or a walker and was still driving her own car at 104 years old until a bout of sickness in September … Continue reading For a long, healthy life: Eat your bacon