Added by Sharon Johnson on December 31, 2017 at 4:16pm — No Comments
An article I read recently was complaining about the
Internet now I have decided to make people aware of the many good sides of technology or if you prefer: the Internet.
How Technology Has Helped The Medical Field:
CT Scans give not only a 3 D image but a 360 degree one as well. This has saved an unimaginable number of lives, because a lump or mass was found immediately. It used to be if someone needed a liver or kidney, they usually died waiting for it. Today that organ…Continue
Added by Sharon Johnson on April 13, 2017 at 12:48pm — No Comments
If anyone who happens to be in their sixties or over and believes they have led a dull life, think again: for you are a baby boomer! Being born between 1950 to 1955 means that your toys didn't need batteries because you were content with Tonka trucks, Play dough, Mr. Potato Head, Lincoln Logs and Tinker Toys.
We were also daredevils, we rode our bikes and roller skated down…Continue
Added by Sharon Johnson on March 17, 2017 at 1:58pm — No Comments
I promised not to talk about politics, but I can no longer do that. Thanks to recent executive orders signed by the president (not mine however) and laws passed by the gop various laws and rules will be abandoned. To begin with it will no longer be illegal to dump sludge from coal mines into rivers anymore. Animals have been removed from the endangered species list, cruelty to farm animals will resume…Continue
Added by Sharon Johnson on February 25, 2017 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Ask anyone who knows me, I really like politics. In my lifetime I have worked on over 20 campaigns of which only 3 were lost. Since I am what some may call a moderate I enjoy watching candidates from all parties. This year has been entertaining to say the least. There is a New York real estate tycoon who knows nothing about government, then here is cruz from the tea party who is famous for two things: reading Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham on floor of the Senate and leading the fight to shut…Continue