Nothing Remarkable Happened Today
Nothing remarkable happened to me today with the exception that I had some more stromboli from the local Italian restaurant for lunch. I never realized it before but that stuff has more than a hundred calories per ounce!

It seems like everybody around here where I live is in the lawn care business these days. There are dozens of advertisements all over the local papers by people wanting to mow lawns at $30 to $40 per clip.

I am trying to get up the courage to go back to a barber shop for a haircut. I avoided barbers all during the worst days of the pandemic because, in all my years, I have never actually seen a barber sanitizing their tools between clients. I know that by law they are supposed to sanitize but I have never observed any of them doing it.

There are a lot of people around here who have dogs …. a lot of bitch dogs giving birth … and the people with extra puppies are advertising them for sale. I remember the days, not too long ago, when people with extra puppies would give them away for free. I am not about to pay money for a dog of unknown breed. People are getting greedier every day. I can’t wait to see the day when people start seeing their own children as a fiscal commodity. A lot of people do see their kids as a financial advantage because of the various tax breaks …but that is a legitimate thing.


Author: John

https://linesbyliming.com/ American Citizen Opinion Blogger -- Inspired and Educated, smart but not all that gorgeous.

2 thoughts on “”

  1. I haven’t been to a barber for 25 years. Once my hair started to recede, I bought some electric clippers, and did it myself. Now I have rechargeable ones with no cord, and that’s even easier.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. I have one of those gadgets too, Pete and I used it all through the pandemic restrictions — saving a bundle of money in the process.

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