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    https://nationaltoday.com/earth-day/ Earth Day – April 22, 2019
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    "When the night has been too lonely and the road has been too long, and you think that love is only for the lucky and the strong, just remember in the winter, far beneath the bitter snow, lies the seed that with the sun's love, in the spring becomes the rose" And so it goes....
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    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/confirmed-hang-toilet-paper-203546225.html Confirmed: This Is How You Should Hang Your Toilet Paper ...YOU CAN THANK ME LATER....
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    ...If only I had known.
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    AND...For Adam Smith
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    Inspiring. Thank you for this...
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    Japan's Kane Tanaka is now the world's oldest living person at age 116 A 116-year-old Japanese woman is officially the world’s oldest person, the Associated Press reported Saturday. Kane Tanaka received the honor in an official Guinness World Records ceremony held at her nursing home in Fukuoka, AP said. Tanaka, who was born on Jan. 2, 1903, loves math. She’s also a fan of the Othello board game, AP noted. Tanaka and her husband, Hideo Tanaka, had four biological children and one adopted child. The outlet reported that Tanaka’s family was at the world-record ceremony, though it didn’t specify which of her family members were in attendance at the event. A 116-year-old Japanese woman is officially the world’s oldest person, the Associated Press reported Saturday. Kane Tanaka received the honor in an official Guinness World Records ceremony held at her nursing home in Fukuoka, AP said. Tanaka, who was born on Jan. 2, 1903, loves math. She’s also a fan of the Othello board game, AP noted. Tanaka and her husband, Hideo Tanaka, had four biological children and one adopted child. The outlet reported that Tanaka’s family was at the world-record ceremony, though it didn’t specify which of her family members were in attendance at the event. Continued here.... https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/japans-kane-tanaka-now-worlds-oldest-living-person-age-116-201734817.html
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    For Adam Smith Cohen: "I fear there will never be a peaceful transition of power if Trump loses the election in 2020." A curious observation... I believe that we are where you predicted we would be back in 2017....
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