Monthly Archives: June 2017

Father’s Day Present — Fowl Language Comics


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And Back Again…


Just like that, vacation is over and I’m back to work. It was a nice vacation. I enjoyed not having an agenda and not having to solve any problems. I did quite a bit of reading. Finished one book and got half way through another. I did some drawing. Got 2 more coloring pages completed. But mostly, I loafed and chatted with the good company around me. The food was great and I didn’t have to cook any of it (which always makes it taste better). The long drive wasn’t even bad. We listened to an audio book. Read the rest of this entry

Here’s More Evidence That Depression Affects The Entire Body


Source: Here’s More Evidence That Depression Affects The Entire Body

Here’s another item that has been sitting in my draft pile for an eon. Even though it’s kinda old news, I still find it interesting and wanted to share it with you. There are a few comments that I want to make about the article. Read the rest of this entry

The Healing Power Of Poop May Surprise You


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I read this article a while ago and it has been sitting here in my draft pile forever. Since reading this, I have read numerous reports, articles and research papers on fecal transplants. Hell, I even watched a documentary about it on NetFlix. It’s kind of gross to think about it, but it is a promising area of research. And if we really stopped and thought about the many treatments out there that are already standard practice, we might realize that a lot of them are pretty gross too.  Read the rest of this entry

Off and Away


I’m out of state. We’re here to visit with Monkey’s family. Got in yesterday. I was super tired. Laid down and passed right out. Monkey’s sister graduates today and we’re here to see that 🙂 Not sure when this party gets started. Monkey and Dragon are still sleeping. I slept solid which is why I’m up and full of energy.  Read the rest of this entry

What is Neurodiversity?


I went and read this lovely post written by Neurodivergent Rebel: What is Neurodiversity? Does it Exclude People with Severe Disabilities?. It got me thinking about the topic. I wrote a long response to this and now I think that a post is in order.

Let’s start with me directing you to read this post by Nick Walker: Neurodiversity Some Basic Terms and Definitions. He offers an excellent explanation of the terminology that makes this (and other) discussions easier. I personally will be using the terminology in the manner outlined in his post. So, if you are confused by how I am using the language, read his post for clarity. Read the rest of this entry

Iulius Casserius


Giulio Cesare Casseri (1552–1616), whose name was Latinized into Iulius Casserius, was born in Piacenza; therefore, the nickname Piacentino (Placentinus) was often used. According to Sterzi, who based his claim on a statement contained in Casserius’s will, his date of birth was around 1552. It should be noted, however, that although most modern authors accept this date, some still report 1561 as his birth date on the basis of the inscription appearing on the portrait published in Casserius’s work De Vocis Auditusque organis that ascribes to the author the age of 39 years.

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