Last Thursday, I extolled the virtues of not eating much.
neodiehl: “Or you could have a nice glass of wine . . . ”
Drink a glass of red wine (and get some exercise) every day and you’ll live forever.
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Florida’s former Republican Party chairman, in some hot water himself, charges that the Republican Party systematically attempts to suppress the black vote. It is also working to suppress the youth vote.
A GOOD QUESTION
By Harold Meyerson, Published: July 24 The Washington Post
Suppose Mitt Romney […]
So the first thing to say is: if you haven’t yet seen those three minutes — in which one of the nation’s best-known nightly […]
I don’t eat much. Saves time, saves money, saves the planet*; good for your looks, good for your health — and makes everything you do eat taste better.
This is such a simple yet life-changing, life-extending win-win-win-win-win-win I think I’ll leave it at that.
*A lot […]
The main reason not to vote for Mr. Romney in my view is the global depression that would result from the Republican austerity vision to which he and the House Republicans are so deeply committed. They would out-Hoover Hoover at exactly the time we should be investing to rebuild our infrastructure — both because it’s […]
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A penny saved may be a penny earned, but it's one boring penny. A penny invested, on the other hand, bounces around. It gets bigger one day, smaller the next. A bit player in the drama of global finance, that penny buys a guy a balcony seat in the theater of macroeconomics.~Susan Stewart
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