Hybrid Cars are something that all of us should be looking into these days, what with all of our energy concerns, and rightfully so. There are plenty of Hybrid Vehicles to be found, and the Internet of course can be a valuable tool in finding a Hybrid Car that will help in this energy crisis that just isn’t going to go away any time soon, I fear.
Just by using the World Wide Web to locate any type of product is saving gasoline, although computers do rely on electricity and/or batteries, right now the price is right for that privilege, but of course nothing is coming cheap these days.
I’m a strong believer that we all need to do our part in going GREEN and do everything that we can do on a daily basis to help save this earth, it is the only one that we have. I’m thinking that my next vehicle will be a Hybrid and it looks like I have some researching to do on that subject, I’m just thankful that I am connected to the informational highway with my good old Dell laptop.
I have always enjoyed reading, I can’t remember ever there being a time in my life, that I didn’t have at least one book that was holding my attention and I find that I’m usually in the middle of reading several books at a time, I read depending on my mood.
I am very interested in early American history and have many a bookcases overflowing with books on this subject, and I am very proud of some of these treasurers, and am always looking for new ones to add to my growing collection.
I picked up a book by the name of “When President’s Lie” which is a History of Official Deception and It’s Consequences, by Eric Alterman, which is a little bit off of the beaten path of what I usually find myself interested in, but a buddy of mine read it and was talking so highly of it, that when I saw it at the Dollar Store for only $1, I decided to give it a try. I hope that I won’t be disappointed, I’ll let you know what I think of it in a week or so.
As if the cyclone Nargis hitting Myamar wasn’t grief enough for Asia, now a huge earthquake hit China! Seems as if Mother Nature is conducting a large scale massacre out there! I was reading that some people think that the tragedy has been worsened emotionally because of the policy of each family only being allowed to have one child, but I am wondering if each family had been allowed more children, if the death toll would have been higher!
Something to ponder over and discuss with other folks.
How irritating is it to get all of these spammed messages that state “I didn’t agree with you first, but last paragraph makes sense for me…” especially when the post is absolutely not about anything that could be agreed or disagreed upon! These folks need to at least put some thought into their comments! At least take the time to actually read my postings and then make your comment relate to it, it is not that difficult.
Computers and the Internet have made things so much easier for us and it is has become for us all a huge time saver, what a drag to get bogged down with such trivial nonsense.
I was reading in an article from Time magazine, that men are more likely to die in floods than women. The article says that men are more likely to die in thunderstorms, too. The attempted explanations theorize that the reason for these situations could be because men take more risks than women do, and/or it could be simply because men tend to spend more time outdoors than women do, so they are exposed to the risks of being killed in situations like that.
This made me think about what I would do if my friends or family was in a serious flood and I felt that I had to try to rescue a family member. How much of a risk would I take? I wonder how many of those flood related deaths are because of men trying to rescue someone else? Interesting information that someone took a lot of time to gather and put together for us to contemplate and hopefully discuss with others.