Judith Browning wrote:We are both seventy and my view of buying more stuff lately is that it either has to outlast us (another thirty years?) or more than support itself in time and cost.
Judith Browning wrote:I'll plan to try linux whenever I come up with another computer. Now, though I'm afraid to do anything different for fear it will crash...might be able to squeeze a little more time out of this one if I'm careful? or just lucky?
(where PlayListID is the portion of numbers and letter after "List=" in the url of the playlist)
youtube-dl --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 --playlist-items 1,4,5,7,10,12,14,16-20,22,24 PlayListID
Dan Fish wrote:My first year garden beds started off great but in the dry heat of a Mediterranean summer they ended up "eating" all my organic matter and reverting to heavy clay and became hard as a rock and dry as a bone 6 inches below the surface. Water would just turn the top few inches under the mulch to slop without penetrating further. So the beds are gonna get huglified. I know this will help but I ran outta time last year. I plan on digging down about a foot below grade and filling with wood (and all the other stuff) to about a foot above. Then topping with about 4-6 inches of soil.
Trace Oswald wrote:Either way, I wasn't trying to start a debate as to which tools are better, just to pass along a deal I saw. Anyone that isn't interested is certainly free to skip clicking the link
D.W. Stratton wrote:Am I setting myself up for huge dental bills and horrid decay, or is the notion of replacing that often predicated on selling more toothbrushes or what have you?
Jack Edmondson wrote:Granted this does not fall under "food" for medicine, but my Grandfather, whom grew up on Gulf Coast island, swore a teaspoon of sulfur taken orally would keep the mosquitos off a person. Now he was a depression era child. I have no idea where one would find edible sulfur today (maybe at the Chemist on the corner); or if it safe, frankly. But that is how they survived the squadrons of mosquitos before products like "OFF!"
D.W. Stratton wrote:Be careful with how much garlic you eat raw. I had a professor friend pass out and hot his head after eating a whole bulb raw. Some compound in raw garlic can drop your blood pressure pretty quickly. Other than that, carry on.
Sulfur-containing foods include cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower (these are all known as cruciferous vegetables), sunflower seeds, garlic , onions, asparagus, avocados, beans, peas, mustard, horse-radish, lentils, soybeans, and yogurt....snip...MSM has blood thinning effects
Jd Gonzalez wrote:I use grapefruit peel. The peel contains an essential oil (nootkatone) that repels bugs and kills ticks and fleas. I steep the peels in rubbing alcohol and spray it on me when I go out in the woods. No bites.