The Cold, Ugly Truth: “I Will Always Be a Food Addict”

(www.doctortro.com)

Sadly, I can so relate to this. Too much of a good thing is still…too much. It’s definitely better now that I’m not eating garbage.

Everyone wore masks during the 1918 flu pandemic. They were useless.

(www.seattletimes.com)

So why are we wearing masks again?

Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution | Check Point Research - YouTube

(www.youtube.com)

Really hope nobody's running DNS on Windows Server 2003 or above or a DNS query could cause you to have a very sad time.

The Science of Breath with James Nestor - Episode 1621 - Vinnie Tortorich

(vinnietortorich.com)

We all do it, but do it wrong most of the time.

Pour One Out for Odwalla

(amp.cnn.com)

Not that I'd drink juice made by anyone these days, but being that I remember when Odwalla was just a Santa Cruz thing (being from there), it does bring back some fond memories. And yeah, Coca-Cola ruined the brand.

The Spirit of Radio gets a video...40 years later

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"In memory of Neil Peart" it says at the end.

I have only recently discovered Rush, but that man was talented and worked his ass off to get and stay that way. They don't make drummers like that anymore.

Governor Jay Inslee Press Conference 23 June 2020

(www.pscp.tv)

Basically, it's require masks or keep businesses closed. The governor says so right here.

Vera Lynn, singer who buoyed Britain’s troops during World War II, dies at 103

(www.seattletimes.com)

Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn? Remember how she said that we would meet again some sunny day?

Ep82 Chris Knobbe MD The Scientific Truth behind Vegetable Oils: Are They Like Poison? — The Fat Emperor

(thefatemperor.com)

The way I describe seed/vegetable oils to people is "toxic waste they figured out how to make edible." You wouldn't eat toxic waste, right? Well, you probably are.

The Apocryphal Twain: "Politicians are like diapers." - Center for Mark Twain Studies

(marktwainstudies.com)

While I'm sure Mark Twain would appreciate one of my favorite quotes ever, he never said it.