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<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 8:45 A.M.  The chicken came out fine, other than I cooked it upside down, so the top portion breast side was not browned.  I ate a chicken leg with thigh and wing and some bottom side white meat along with steamed baby carrots cut into quarters lengthwise and 12 ounces of Chef's Crock  mashed potatoes with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil on the vegetables and with sliced one large tomato seasoned with celery salt, garlic salt, ground black pepper, Italian spices, grated Parmesan and Romano cheese and extra virgin olive oil a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden lemon juice.  I refrigerated the rest of the chicken on a large plate covered with a large sealed plastic bag.  I could make chicken salad out of it.  I threw out the garbage.  CIO   

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 7:15 A.M.  At Westchester County Airport, it is currently 11 degrees Fahrenheit, but outside my living room window, it is slightly warmer at 14 degrees Fahrenheit.  CIO

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 7:10 A.M.  After 90 minutes the chicken was 170 degrees Fahrenheit, so I will cook it fifteen minutes longer.  Since I did not preheat the convection oven, it probably takes a bit of time for the convection oven to heat up.  CIO 

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 6:45 A.M.  When I was last in Paris, France for the Winter Olympics in 1992, I noticed all of the side streets had charcuteries with rotisserie chickens in the windows.  At lunch time at noon, when everyone goes home for a five hour siesta, they take home a roasted chicken for their dinner.  The only thing is that the chickens in France are a lot smaller than here in America.  CIO  

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 6:00 A.M.  I took the 8 pound http://www.perdue.com/products/easier_than_easy/index.asp?HP=Brand_OvenReady , and I cut open the outer bag, and I placed the inner bag with the chicken in a baking pan with three inch high sides, and I cut a one inch cut in the top of the baking bag, and I placed the baking pan with the chicken on the bottom of the Farberware Turbo Convection oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit.  The bird is suppose to be ready in 90 to 110 minutes which would be 7:10 A.M. to 7:30 A.M..  I will test it with a meat thermometer for 180 degrees Fahrenheit at 7:10 A.M..  Once I have dinner with part of it, and the rest has cooled in the refrigerator, I will cut off parts of it and freeze part of it to keep it fresh for eating.  CIO 

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 5:10 A.M.  Local 71 Vinci Drive news Greenwich man arrested after McKinney Terrace scrap  about the incident this past weekend.  They have painted the wall with a slightly different color white paint, where the hole in the wall was by the elevator downstairs.  CIO 

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 5:10 A.M.  I made 140 Premier Lights 100 MM filter Peter Stokkebye Turkish pipe tobacco cigarettes while watching Acorn TV, "the Blandings" , episode 5 and 6.  CIO    

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 2:50 A.M.  I picked up the mail.  The local construction company working on the freight elevator project is http://www.wernert.com/ .  I will now make cigarettes.  CIO

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 2:05 A.M.  I will now shower and clean up.  The cold weather tends to linger.

My Greenwich beach card proof of residency was approved.  I was able to register for my new beach card here http://www.greenwichct.org/Government/Departments/Parks_and_Recreation/webtrac/ .

Has the Sun gone to sleep?  CIO   

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 1:50 A.M.  I chatted with an out of town security agency.  I have not lived in the Manhattan section of New York City, since February 1982, when it was minus 26 degrees Fahrenheit.  As I recall in that period, there was a busy Ukrainian Social Club at around Ninth Street and Second Avenue which many students at New York University would frequently visit.  I walked by it a number of times, but I never visited the place.  CIO

<888> 03/06/14 Thursday 12:45 A.M.  After the last note, I chatted with an out of town English speaking telephone number twice.  I then chatted with a friend.  I went to bed at 4 P.M..  I woke up at 8:30 P.M., and I chatted with a relative.  I then went back to bed until 11:30 P.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted bagel with olive oil, a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% cold filtered water and vitamins and supplements, and a cup of coffee with milk and Splenda sweetener.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I made my bed.  CIO                     

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 2:40 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  I will now shut down the primary work computer.  I will then eat a Greek yogurt.  I will then go to bed.  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 1:20 P.M.  I threw out a five pound bag of Dole Russet potatoes that went bad in the refrigerator.  The Sharp Convection Microwave Oven was retrieved by somebody.  I chatted with a neighbor.  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 12:50 P.M.  With the high prices of gasoline around here, there is not much moving around here http://www.ct.gov/dot/cwp/view.asp?a=2354&q=415220 .  As usual the train station parking lot is full, if one needs to visit Manhattan to see a lot of people walking around.  There seems to be a few people in Manhattan http://earthcam.com/usa/newyork/timessquare/ and http://www.cnyclive.com/ .  CIO       

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 12:25 P.M.  I chatted with a friend.  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 11:50 A.M.  I chatted with a local walker.  Nothing happening on the slow side of town.

Watch Phones, but they are a bit tiny http://stores.ebay.com/ibynow-store?_trksid=p2047675.l2563 .  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 10:30 A.M.  For my three Panasonic KX-TG6700 cordless phones, I ordered three http://www.emtcompany.com/panasonic-kx-tg6700-battery-2-4v-900-mah/p105a.html?gclid=CMOekaXZ-7wCFYN0OgodJUIA2A for $5.45 each for $16.35 with free shipping.  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 10:05 A.M.  http://www.legacy.com/news/did-you-know/remember-the-alamo/2092/  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 9:50 A.M.  I woke up at 9:30 A.M..  I made my bed.  I drank a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 4:45 A.M.  I will now take a nap.  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 4:40 A.M.   Today is Ash Wednesday http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ash_Wednesday which means Roman Catholics have to wear ashes on their forehead.

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Satellites track turtle 'lost years'

AirPnP rent-out-your-toilet app launched for Mardi Gras  CIO  

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 3:55 A.M.  I ate 8 ounces of popcorn chicken and steamed baby carrots cut into quarters lengthwise and 12 ounces of Chef's Crock  mashed potatoes with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil on the vegetables and with sliced one large tomatoe seasoned with celery salt, garlic salt, ground black pepper, Italian spices, grated Parmesan and Romano cheese and extra virgin olive oil a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden lemon juice.  CIO      

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 2:20 A.M.  My www.cl-p.com electricity bill for February 2014 was $221.50 for 1304 kWh for 29 days for 44.97 kWh per day with an average temperature of 26.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

For the previous year for February 2013, it was $179.88 for 1218 kWh for 31 days for 39.29 kWh per day with an average temperature of 32.1 degrees Fahrenheit.  Thus February 2014 was 5.7 degrees colder on average than last year.  CIO

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 1:55 A.M.  If you study this http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/images/712130main_8246931247_e60f3c09fb_o.jpg and think about it, one might learn something.  CIO  

<888> 03/05/14 Wednesday 1:20 A.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I picked up the mail.  On a minor point of dispute, a lot of the local night time computer people that I have been around for 23 years in Greenwich, Connecticut were involved with the local astronomy club.  When I first returned back to Greenwich, Connecticut in December 1983, I lived at 100 Milbank Avenue across the street from the Greenwich Observatory.  When I used to chat with the physicist who taught physics at www.columbia.edu for fifty years after studying at www.harvard.edu , he told me that he knew all of the major computer people and nothing would come of the internet.  I just run my home computers, the skies around here are too lousy for astronomy.  However in Canary Island, Hawaii, Chile, Argentina, and a few other locations, there are major observatories that are not obscured by the night sky.  One former Taft School classmate has spent his career at the Harvard Astrophysics observatory.  Even out in Nantucket they had a small observatory.  Thus if one gets bored of home computers, one can always look to the night skies for signs of intelligence in the universe.  Even my last address on West 74th Street in Manhattan was a few blocks west of the Museum of Natural History Planetarium.  Once one sees the night time in Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, one begins to realize why in the old days there was so much focus on the starts in our galaxy.  If one looks at http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/NPP/news/earth-at-night.html , one can figure out where there is not as much artificial light interfering with viewing the skies at night.  CIO 

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 11:50 P.M.  Meanwhile in the slow lane of Greenwich, Connecticut, it is time to shower and clean up for the New Amsterdam Night watch.  In the old days when gasoline was cheaper, at this hour of night and early morning, one could drive into Manhattan to network with its many night owls, but that is for the younger generation.  On use to be able park on the north side of FDR Post Office Federal Building east of third Avenue at 55th Street, and after 11 P.M., one can park there.  I think Third Avenue also has metered parking, but I am not sure if it costs at night.  Of course when the local yokels in Manhattan see a Connecticut license plate on a car, they try to take one to the cleaners with all of their schemes just the way they do with Texas Tourists.  With cell phones and wireless they are even better networked today.  Also the Midtown Manhattan has 5000 surveillance cameras controlled by Microsoft software, so Big Brother is watching your every move, while one wanders around.  It was my experience over 20 years ago, when I was mugged in that area on a summer's eve, I was told by the New York City Police Department that there was nothing they could do.  http://www.pjclarkes.com/ is relatively safe in the old days, because a lot of assistant district attorneys use to hang out there with guns after work.  CIO 

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 10:55 P.M.  You don't have to live on Round Hill Road to see all of the trophy wives shopping on Greenwich Avenue Southern Connecticut is second most ‘overpriced’ metro area, Forbes says .  Many of the Old Guard in Greenwich always shopped at the many discount outlets in Norwalk, Connecticut and other locations in this area.  If I had any money to spend on shopping at a store for various items, I might go to http://tjmaxx.tjx.com/ up on Route 7 in Wilton, Connecticut.  T.J. Max does carry clothes for fat people. http://www.marshallsonline.com/ in Stamford, Connecticut and Port Chester, New York does not have as many clothes for men, particularly fat men.  Of course it would cost more money in Texas Tea to drive to those locations.  77% of the private money in the United States of America is controlled by women over 70 years old, so that means all of the men and all of the women under 70 years old, only control 23% of the private money.  Older women also tend to be frugal frequently living on tea and toast to keep within their budgets.  CIO      

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 10:10 P.M.  Before going to bed after the last note, I had a telephone call from http://www.lightwaveonline.com/index.html , and I renewed my internet subscription for their publication, which I never have time to read.  I went to bed, and at 3 P.M., I chatted with an associate.  I finally woke up at 9 P.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted bagel with olive oil, a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% cold filtered water and vitamins and supplements, and a cup of coffee with milk and Splenda sweetener.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I made my bed.  CIO                  

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 1:40 P.M.  http://www.answers.com/topic/custody-account

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If one is tired of the modern religions, I was once told that www.nyu.edu offers a course in Ancient Civilizations.  From what little I have learned from exploring the older part of Western Civilization, wars did not cause it decline over thousands of years, but overgrazing by goats and sheep that turned once fertile lands into deserts.  I will now shut down the primary work computer.  I will eat a Greek yogurt, and then I will go to bed.  CIO   

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 12:45 P.M.  Connecticut's wealthiest residents .  Of course some of the wealthy people whom own property in Greenwich are legal residents elsewhere.  John D. Rockefeller III's legal address for tax purposes was the Drake Hotel in Chicago, Illinois.  CIO   

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 12:40 P.M.  I moved the Volvo wagon to its usual place.  I used my Stanley glass scraper to remove the 2013 Greenwich Parks and Recreation pass from the inside driver's left side window, and I put in the new 2014 pass in the same location.  I saved the old sticker in the glove box.  The construction people are back at work on the new freight elevator.  They fixed the hole in the wall by the downstairs elevator, but they still have to paint it.  I chatted with neighbors.  I chatted with a relative.  CIO 

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 11:10 A.M.  I went out, and the building custodian is fixing the hole in the sheet rock by the elevator downstairs.  I drove over to the Chase Bank at 19 West Putnam Avenue.  I then by the Wells Fargo Bank on Havemayer Place, and I paid my rent to the Greenwich Housing Authority.  I then went by the Stop and Shop.  I bought two 18 ounce cans of Campbell's New England clam chowder for $1.25 each, a five quart box of Stop and Shop powdered milk for $6.49, two 12 ounce generic honey for $2.50 each, deli sliced honey cured Stop and Shop ham for $6.99 a pound for $7.20, bananas for .79 a pound for $1.19, a 59 ounce Tropicana Orange juice with calcium for $3, a four 6 ounce pack of Chaboni strawberry Greek yogurt for $4.29, a 7 ounce package of Stop and Shop deli sliced Swiss cheese for $3.59, a package of cooked popcorn chicken for $2.49, can return of .65 for $35.10 total.  I then put my groceries in the Volvo wagon.  I though about it, and since I now have the Farberware Turbo convection oven installed, I went back inside the Stop and Shop, and I bought a eight pound Purdue oven ready chicken with out the neck and giblets for $9.99.  The skinny girl in front of me was buying lots of www.perrier.com .  I then returned home, and I put away my groceries.  CIO  

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 8:35 A.M.  I woke up at 8 A.M..  I reheated and ate a 18 ounce can of Campbell's New England clam chowder which I put some dried parsley and ground black pepper and celery salt on, and I ate it with a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes ginger ale.  I made my bed.  I will now dress up warmly, and I will go out and pay my rent to the Greenwich Housing Authority.  CIO  

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 4:05 A.M.  It is now 11.3 degrees Fahrenheit outside my windows at the moment.  I will now rest for a while.  I have to go out and pay my rent at 8:30 A.M. this morning.  Back in 2005 when the http://www.royalcourt.no/ were visiting the United States of America, it was also this cold.  I guess they bring the cold weather with them.  When the former King of Norway was visiting Fort Lauderdale, Florida in the fall of 1976, one day it was 95 degrees Fahrenheit and the next day it was 45 degrees Fahrenheit, so I guess the bring the cold weather with them.  CIO

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 3:40 A.M.  10 attempts to reinvent the world that flopped - Network World

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MtGox gives bankruptcy details  CIO  

<888> 03/04/14 Tuesday 2:25 A.M.  I got distracted with some "Constant Comment".  I took the other half Frachetta 12 inch frozen 30 ounce supreme pizza that I had already seasoned with celery salt, garlic salt, ground black pepper, Italian seasoning, grated Parmesan and Romano Cheese, and extra virgin olive oil, and I put the other half on a rectangular baking sheet.  I baked  on the lower shelf of the Farberware oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes.  I ate it with sliced two medium small tomatoes seasoned with celery salt, garlic salt, ground black pepper, Italian spices, grated Parmesan and Romano cheese and extra virgin olive oil  and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO

<888> 03/03/14 Monday 8:15 P.M.  I threw out the garbage.  One GMC drove by with a couple of young people.  I picked up the mail.  I got my rent statement from the Greenwich Housing Authority.  I got my annual Foot Stamp renewal form from the State of Connecticut Department of Social Services.  I have to fill it out and returning with the supporting documentation by March 25, 2014.  I got the renewal form for my Greenwich, Connecticut Senior Citizen Parks and Recreation beach pass.  One can renew the pass here http://www.greenwichct.org/Government/Departments/Parks_and_Recreation/webtrac/ .  I uploaded a scanned image of my Connecticut Driver's License for Proof of Residency.  In about five days, I will be able to renew my Parks and Recreation Pass Online.  CIO   

<888> 03/03/14 Monday 6:45 P.M.  I will now shower and clean up.  CIO

<888> 03/03/14 Monday 5:35 P.M.  I woke up at 4 P.M., and I chatted with a relative.  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted bagel with olive oil, a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% cold filtered water and vitamins and supplements, and a cup of coffee with milk and Splenda sweetener.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I made my bed.  CIO             

<888> 03/03/14 Monday 5:45 A.M.  I will now shut down the primary work computer.  I will eat a Greek yogurt.  I will then go to bed.  CIO

<888> 03/03/14 Monday 5:10 A.M.  Australia: Snake eats crocodile after battle  CIO 

<888> 03/03/14 Monday 4:10 A.M.  I took a Frachetta 12 inch frozen 30 ounce supreme pizza, and I took it out of its packaging and removed the cardboard bottom.  I put it on a cutting board, and I seasoned it celery salt, garlic salt, ground black pepper, Italian seasoning, grated Parmesan and Romano Cheese, and extra virgin olive oil.  I cut it into quarters.  I put half in a Rubbermaid container in the refrigerator, and I put the other half on a rectangular baking sheet.  While I was removing the Sharp Convection Microwave oven and replacing it with the Farberware Turbo Convection oven, the pizza defrosted and rose.  I baked  on the lower shelf of the Farberware oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes.  That is 10 minutes less than the recommended time, but the Farberware oven is hotter and the pizza was defrosted.  I ate it with a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale.  There is no information on repairing the Sharp Convection Microwave oven on the internet, other than it might have two fuses.  However, if the fuses blew, that probably means something else is wrong with it.  CIO

<888> 03/03/14 Monday 2:50 A.M.  I started to cook a pizza.  After two minutes, the Sharp Convection microwave oven finally quit working for good.  I tried it on a several other plugs, but it would not come back on again.  I removed the items from on top of it, and I carried it out of the kitchen which was a hoist.  I then got my folding cart from the back of the Volvo wagon, and I rolled the Sharp Convection microwave oven down to the dumpster area.  I then put the folding cart back in the rear of the Volvo wagon.  Once I clean off the top of the refrigerator, I have the old Farberware Convection oven stored in the bedroom closet that I will put on top of the refrigerator.  I also have a new Faberware convection oven in the bedroom closet that I keep in reserve.  Thus I will once again have proper baking facilities in the kitchen again.  The Sharp Convection oven has not worked properly for over a year.  The chair in the kitchen which I keep for smoking cigarettes by the kitchen fan block me from using the GE oven, but I never cook big items anyway.  I bought the Sharp Convection oven from the Greenwich Hospital Thrift shop over five years ago for $45.  New they cost around $400.  CIO

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