Finances, Politics

What To Blog On US Election Day Biden VS Trump?

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Yes, I listen to the news around the world. From Japan to Australia, Germany, Italy, France, all Europe, Latin America. The whole world is watching one of the most important elections of our times. The future of United States of America is going to affect not only the American people, but also everyone around the world, even, when many of those people may live now from local trade and or production.

HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT IN MANHATTAN – JULY 2020

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But, what to blog about today?

  1. Inspirational or motivational post?
  2. Food or travel?
  3. OK, what to blog about when you don’t really like to blog about politics unless there is something totally corrupt and wrong going on that affects the lives of children, the elderly, the disabled, the weak and the strong, human life, all people, everybody’s lives and livelihoods.
  4. Well, that is me: I do not like to blog about politics, because it is not my expertise, unless, anybody in the political arena of the world is hurting humanity ‘lives in anyway.
  5. Oh, I know, I can blog about economics. That is something I know about, and frankly, I know a lot. I am a financial investor. But still, many people think that they know economics, medicine, mechanics, even physics because, they say: “I Googled it”!
  6. So, nuh. What for? If they like Trump is because they think Trump is going to “make money for us”. If Biden…, if Independent, If… well, everyone has her/his own right to their political opinion.
  7. The only thing I would tell everybody is this: don’t ever let anybody take your dignity away, nobody.
  8. TRUTH: The US is in deep deep financial trouble, and so it is the whole wide world. If some people still in denial, it is because they have had their heads buried in the sand for long time!
  9. We can all enjoy life, live a healthy and happy life, even in times of trouble, only if we are brave enough to keep our dignity and respect for ourselves and each other.
  10. Hey, I just made a blog post! 😎
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Free Thinking, Humor, Politics

Saturday Night For The Free Thinker: Some People Have Gone Nuts!

I declare that lots of people have absolutely lost their marbles!

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Beauty, celebrities

Famous Birthdays February 6 th Have Fun!

FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS FEBRUARY 6

Were you born on this day? See what famous people in history share your birthday. You might love to share the same day of birth with them, some others…. well, not that much. 

Have fun!

Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan in 1911

 

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Baseball great George H “Babe” Ruth in 1895

 

 

Eva Braun, mistress of Adolf Hitler, in 1912

 

 

Actriz  Zsa Zsa Gabor in 1917

 

 

OTHERS BORN ON THIS DAY:

Natalie Cole,

Bob Marley,

Anne, Queen of Great Britain

 

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Beauty, Cats, Lifestyle

20 Surprising Fun Cat Facts – Abraham Lincoln Loved Cats!

CATURDAY FACTS – INTRO

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ABRAHAM LINCOLN and his LOVE for CATS!

United States President, Abraham Lincoln, loved all animals, especially cats. He loved cats so much that his wife once said that cats were her husband’s hobby.

The then, Secretary of State William Seward, gave two kittens on Lincoln as a White House gift. The President loved to spend hours just petting the cats and talking to them.

Young cute cat close-up portrait. The British Shorthair pedigreed kitten with blue gray fur

He fed his kitties at the table. One time he used a gold fork to do that, which was too much for Mrs. Lincoln. His response?

“If a gold fork was good enough for former President Buchanan, it’s good enough for Tabby.”

AMAZING FUN CAT FACTS:

    1. Cats have over 20 muscles that control their ears.

    2. A group of cats is  called clowder.

    3. Cats have more data storage than an iPad.

    4. Abraham Lincoln had four cats in the White House.

    5. Adult cats only meow to communicate with humans.

    6. Some cats are ambidextrous. Although 40 to 50% of female cats are typically right-pawed, while male cats are typically left-pawed: Psychologists Deborah Wells and Sarah Millsopp of Queen’s University Belfast tested 42 house cats — 21 males and 21 females — to determine whether they favored their right or left paws when performing tasks of varying difficulty. Their report on the results has been accepted for publication in the journal Animal Behavior of Science Direct (play with your kitties and let me know if this is true. I did it and couldn’t prove it, 🤩 but then again, I’m not a Psychologist).

    7. SO SORRY dog lovers: A cat’s cerebral cortex (the part of the brain in charge of cognitive information processing) has 300 million neurons, compared with a dog’s 160 million. (BTW,  (I love dogs too 🐶).

    8. Cats are very picky creatures about their “bathroom.” If you have more than one feline, you should have one litter box for each one of them.

    9. They are the only mammals that cannot taste sweetness (no cake for my kitty-cats on my birthday).

    10. A cat can jump six times his length in a single bound.

    11. Cats love routine. Any change in their routine makes them mad, upset. Some cats get sick, they can vomit or refuse to eat.

    12. When Cats Leave Their Poop Uncovered It’s a Sign of Aggression.

    13. Kneading is a sign of contentment and happiness. Cats knead their mothers when they are nursing to stimulate the let-down of milk.

    14. There are currently 45 Hemingway cats living at the writer’s former home in Key West, Fla.

    15. A cat’s nose is ridged with a unique pattern, just like a human fingerprint.

    16. The first cat in space was a French cat named Felicette (a.k.a. “Astrocat”) In 1963, France blasted the cat into outer space. Electrodes implanted in her brains sent neurological signals back to Earth. She survived the trip.

    17. A cat can travel at a top speed of approximately 31 mph (49 km) over a short distance.

    18. In several countries of Europe and North America black cats are a sign of bad luck, but in Britain and Australia black cats are considered lucky!

    19. Usually, a cat has about 12 whiskers on each side of its face. Have you counted them already? 😇

    20. A cat’s jaw can’t move sideways, that is why a cat can’t chew large chunks of food.

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Child Abuse, Human Rights, Politics

Tender Age Children in President Donald Trump Shelters Baby Jails Rachel Maddow has a heart

Keep on blogging “not-exotically”. Not while this inhumane crime goes on.

As a human and as a Medical Doctor it is my responsibility to speak out and to help all those people in desperate need; especially when they are children. What is going on in the US under the Trump regime is very dangerous and it shouldn’t be considered as a “myth” or as an “exaggeration of the media” like Dr. Joseph Gobbles PhD made every German believe back in Nazi Germany.

The incarceration of children in the US has to stop. It is not a political party issue: it is a humane issue. Democrats, republicans, independents, non-political, religious and non-religious people, everyone should be well-informed, outraged and ready to do something to stop immediately this monstrosity.

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Trump administration officials have been sending babies and other young children forcibly separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border to at least three “tender age” shelters in South Texas, The Associated Press has learned.