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Cache dump of off the cuff brief thoughts, ideas, recommendations, and observations from Grumpy.
2020-06-27: I’m paying the price of being way too lethargic over the winter months. Currently trying to get back into walking, which usually gave me between 15 and 20 miles a week. Taking it slow to get the old body used to it again.
2020-06-27: There is a new study about women and how they feel about their asses, the results were pretty interesting: 30% of women think their ass is too fat, 10% of women think their ass is too skinny, and the remaining 60% say they don’t care, they love him, he’s a good man, and they wouldn’t trade him for the world.
2020-06-20: If you’re a fan of science fiction, I highly recommend the first season (8 episodes) of Tales from the Loop available on Amazon Prime Video. The stories keep your interest and are beautifully presented. Google it for more details and reviews better than this one.
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I like cats AND dogs but will admit that my fondness for dogs arrived much later in life. During my youth I made no less than 3 visits to the hospital emergency room to get a shot after getting bit in the ass while trying to run away from a dog.
I came across the above photo on Imgur a little over a month ago and at first glance burst into laughter. This scraggly young kitten with oversized whiskers it may never grow into, in it’s owner’s face demanding to know, “What are we doing today, Boss?”.
I have a collection of about 80 cell phone wallpapers and I usually rotated through them on a loose 2 or 3 day schedule. I installed this cat as a wallpaper about 2 weeks ago or more, and rotation has stopped. No lie, every time my screen lights up to this image it puts a smile on my face or a chuckle escapes. And it lightens the Quarantine Blues.