Monday, October 5, 2015
Don't ask what food item in your grocery store has sugar, ask what food item does NOT have sugar.
Your government has sold you out to big business.
One cola can has 9 teaspoons of sugar in it. Sugar is even in spaghetti sauce.
Please watch; enough to make you sick.
Friday, September 25, 2015
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
And never in its more than 60-year history has it ever been known to "break, rust, need sharpening or polishing," which is why many Soldiers past and present have come to regard the P-38 C-Ration can opener as one of the best Army inventions ever.
C-Rations (tin cans filled with a variety of meats and vegetables) have been replaced with Meals Ready To Eat (MREs) but the phenomena of the P-38 continues due to the countless other uses that Soldiers found for it.
"The P-38 is one of those tools you keep and never want to get rid of," military policeman Sgt. Scott Kiraly said. "I've had my P-38 since joining the Army and kept it because I can use it as a screwdriver, knife, anything!"
Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Steve Wilson believes it's the size of the P-38 that counts.
"It's a perfect inch-and-a-half making it a great marking tool. Because it's small, it doesn't take up a lot of space and that's essential in Army life. The conveniently drilled hole in the top half means the P-38 can be put on a key ring or dog tags and go anywhere," he said.
Monday, August 31, 2015
I have been working on writing this novel for the better part of this last year. I'll be finished within the next few months. I am posting the first four pages for you to enjoy.
THIS IS A WORK OF FICTION...
The Diary of Rosalee Gibbs by Martha Rose Woodward