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David Stansbury
14 days ago

I’m sorry, I don’t know where else to post- I saw a small article on RV newsletter the other day that had an app for finding doctors, hospitals, etc. that showed everything near you and what insurance they accept, etc. I thought it was going to download to my phone, but it never happened. Can somebody point me in the right direction? Thank you so much!

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Erik
17 days ago

I just love the pet segment but show us more Kay DIY videos if you have them

John
18 days ago

The part about the gorillas made me think of wearing masks. Are we being conditioned to just wear them all the time?

Bill W
16 days ago
Reply to  John

the society we have today is from building on the knowledge of those that came before us.

Jeff
18 days ago

Why do we do things a certain way? If your like me. I am old stubborn, and set in my ways. Lol.

Rod
18 days ago

The short story reminds me of a parable that might be told by Jesus when he walked among us. Except in his version the researcher would be replaced by two politicians. One politician influenced his “controlled animals” by inflicting pain to get the desired result. The other politician encouraged the desired result by reminding his “controlled animals” that they will get rewarded for their own personal actions good or bad based upon God’s law, not man’s law.

Bill W
16 days ago
Reply to  Rod

funny, that story reminded me of people’s belief in God.

Tim Slack
18 days ago

RE: “That’s the way it’s always been done.” A woman was preparing a holiday dinner for her family, and after getting out the pan, used a sharp knife to cut off the ‘butt’ end of the ham and placed it down beside the larger portion of ham. Her daughter asked, “Mom, why do you always cut off that end?” Mom thought for a minute then replied, “That’s just what my mother taught me, but I don’t know why. Let’s call and ask her.” So they did, posing the question to HER mother. Granny laughed and replied, “I had to cut some off because my only pan was always too small for the size of hams we needed to feed all the people at our holiday table.”

Tom
19 days ago

Wife and I stayed at the Museum of Clean in May 2019. It is part of Harvest Host. Never thought I would enjoy this sort of museum, but I found it quite interesting.

Jeb
19 days ago

Thanks for the lead to Kay. She was hilarious.

Brian Burry
19 days ago

Candy corn is my wife’s FAVORITE 😀🌽

Jeb
19 days ago

In the editor’s corner the analogy might be said that there is value in collective wisdom. The first remembrance I have of mother’s instruction was don’t touch that its hot. Wish I’d listened.

Robin
19 days ago

Love the amphibious caravan but who is the pilot?

Donald N Wright
19 days ago

Chuck, I have camped in Virginia where the campground owners were putting two small RV’s in a pull through site. We shared electricity, water and curses from folks with big RV’s who thought we had stolen their sites.

John
19 days ago

Smart Gorillas. Who likes pain? Actually in a way we all live in Skinner’s box.