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#253 March 1, 2020 from http://www.don-guitar.com
  
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About seven years ago we had a new house built but didn't
have enough money to finish the inside. Just lately I've
been working in earnest on the inside. The plumbing,
electrical and insulation are done. Now I'm hanging
sheetrock. I found an industrious 20 year old young man
here in the village who has been helping me. Keeping up
with him has pushed me pretty hard. I don't often feel my
age (71) but I've sure been feeling it this week. I decided
to give my young helper Saturday and Sunday off, thereby
giving me a couple of days to rest up for Monday. Wasn't
that nice of me?  :)

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How different are you? https://www.differentjustlikeme.com/

Tea that comes from America (believe it or not).
https://www.catspringtea.com/csliving/npr

I don't think forums are as big a deal as they once were but
this one looks interesting. https://able2know.org/

Herman appears to be a well educated worm.
https://web.extension.illinois.edu/worms/

Lunar agriculture?
https://projects.ncsu.edu/project/agronauts/home.htm

Founded in 1981, Race Forward brings systemic analysis
and an innovative approach to complex race issues to
help people take effective action toward racial equity.
https://www.raceforward.org/

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Earth Edition
https://h2g2.com/

I first listed this site about sixteen years ago. It was a
really strange site. In that respect, it's unchanged. :)
https://stardoves.com/

Warner media stuff. https://www.warnerbros.com/

A cool photographer's site. https://sixhours.net/

A thesaurus for chemists. https://www.chemthes.com/

I bet the kids (grandkids?) will love this one.
http://www.eduweb.com/

Wev building goodies. https://glitch.com/

Color schemer. https://www.colorschemer.com/

The PBS kids site is probably something kids will love but
I, personally, am annoyed by the little sounds it makes.
https://pbskids.org/

Online computer help sites.
https://www.computing.net/
https://techguy.org/

Adventures in Deep Space.
https://astronomy-mall.com/Adventures.In.Deep.Space/

The internet email junk yard. https://chainletters.net/

The Institute for Food and Development Policy, better
known as Food First, works to end the injustices that
cause hunger through research, education and action.
https://foodfirst.org/

Awesome women. https://www.girl.com.au/

Quackwatch is mainly a portal that deals with
heath frauds, myths, fads, fallacies, and misconduct.
https://quackwatch.org/

A US government site that aims to teach you how to better
handle you money (as oxymoronish as that sounds).
https://www.consumer.gov/

Just how good is that product? https://aguideproduct.com/

Global Exchange is an international human rights
organization dedicated to promoting social, economic
and environmental justice around the world.
https://globalexchange.org/

Social, political, economic and environmental issues that
affect us all. https://www.globalissues.org/

Some costless stuff. https://www.greeneclipse.com/

Everything HTML, CSS, and JavaScript,the most common
languages used in making web pages.
https://www.htmldog.com/
Note: HTML dog looks good but they weren't around when I was
learning to write web code. I learned most everything I know
at the W3 school. https://www.w3schools.com/

Mark Twain in his times.
https://twain.lib.virginia.edu/index2.html

Jack Hanna is mainly an animal rights advocate.
https://www.jackhanna.com/

A health resource. https://www.medhelp.org/

One man's collection of costless apps.
https://www.mihov.com/eng/

Inclusive family living. https://www.mothering.com/

Kids stuff from the National Gallery of Art.
https://www.nga.gov/education/kids.html

Have you ever wanted to watermark your pictures?
https://www.pictureshark.com/

Postcolonial Studies is a substantial archive
comprising nearly 200 pages on postcolonial authors,
artists, theorists terms and issues.
https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/postcolonialstudies

A news site from the fringe.
https://www.projectcensored.org/

An equally fringy information site.
https://www.straightdope.com/

Science Bob. https://sciencebob.com/

Sun Sounds is here for anyone who cannot read print due to
a disability. https://sunsounds.org/

A good place to visit if history is your thing.
https://history.hanover.edu/project.php

It's about tigers. http://www.5tigers.org/

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Last words:

As always, I wish you love, health and happiness. Thanks
for hanging in there with me. See you next time.

Don Crowder
Saturday, March 1, 2020,  12:05 AM
Buchanan Lake Village
served by the US Post Office in
Tow (rhymes with cow), Texas

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