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Hepatitis C: New drug treatment 'is a breakthrough'   CIO 

<888> 04/13/14 Sunday 5:30 A.M.  I chatted about business with the http://casamarinaresort.com/ .  On a minor point of interest that most people do not seem to know, the http://www.nps.gov/cana/index.htm is private British property owned by the http://www.grosvenor.com/home/ family of England http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duke_of_Westminster .  Since a British ambassador to the United States of America can live anywhere in the United States of America, maybe he should live on the Grosvenor property in Florida.  We all know the British are sun starved living in their cold damp foggy environment.  However, when I toured the property just south of New Smyrna, Florida during the winter of 1979 with John Bolton, it is totally undeveloped, and looks like Florida did, when the Spanish first arrived there five hundred years ago.  However, it is very dangerous with lots of shark fins out on the ocean side and probably big gators on the Inland waterway side.  CIO 

<888> 04/13/14 Sunday 3:40 A.M.  Of course, if you are really interested in the history of New York City, one might try http://www.nypl.org/ or http://www.mcny.org/ .  Of course the new money in New Amsterdam are never interested in the old world Dutch perspective http://www.indiahouseclub.org/ or http://www.trinitywallstreet.org/content/st-pauls-chapel or http://www.aasrvalleyofnewyorkcity.com/ .  When I was six feet tall and 125 pounds, when I was living in Manhattan in my younger years, I noticed some larger people; but they never paid much attention to me, but possibly some of my younger friends grew up a bit.  CIO   

<888> 04/13/14 Sunday 3:15 A.M.  Basically in observing around Greenwich, Connecticut; I see one man around here that looks like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Clay_Frick , but I have only chatted with his chauffeur with him over hearing.  Of course, if they had kept this place http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eagle_Rock,_Prides_Crossing,_MA.jpg going, they might have room for more relatives today.  CIO

<888> 04/13/14 Sunday 2:15 A.M.  I will now shower and clean up.  CIO

!!!!!! <888> 04/13/14 Sunday 1:30 A.M.  Be like the Chinese when shopping, I ordered $12.99 with free shipping Giraffe-Print Laundry & Shopping Cart, from Laundry POD  CIO 

<888> 04/13/14 Sunday 12:50 A.M.  I bought a refurbished NETGEAR WNDR3400 N600 Wireless Router Simultaneous Dual Band IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4/5GHz 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Port x4  for $24.99 less $15 off with coupon code "NEPAXEAST53" for $9.99 with free shipping.  CIO 

<888> 04/13/14 Sunday 12:30 A.M.  Happy Birthday to a relative.  I ate a yogurt, the night before last before going to bed.  This previous afternoon, I also ate a yogurt before going to bed.  I chatted with a relative before going to bed after the last note.   Another relative woke me up, and we chatted.  I finally woke up at 9:30 P.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted English muffin 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 made my bed.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I have a friend coming out from Manhattan that will be visiting on next Easter Sunday afternoon.  CIO 

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 11:30 A.M.  I will now shut down the primary work computer.  I will then go to bed.  It gets colder after this Monday.  CIO  

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 10:50 A.M.  Fort Sumter National Monument (monument, Charleston, South Carolina, United States) -- Encyclopedia Britannica

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CT scan reveals faces of ancient Egyptian mummies  CIO

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 10:10 A.M.  I ordered Northwest Digital Luggage Grip Scale - Up to 110 Pounds  for $6.99  with free shipping.  CIO

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 9:55 A.M.  I ate a baloney and white American cheese sandwich on toasted 15 grain whole grain bread with Hellmann's olive oil mayonnaise and Utz wavy sour cream and onion potato chips and a dill pickle slice and a 12 ounce glass of Canada Dry Ginger Ale.  CIO 

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 8:55 A.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I went downtown, and I walked the entire length of Greenwich Avenue and the train station area.   I saw a couple of vehicles that have arrived up north from Florida.  At the north side of the People's Bank at the bottom of Greenwich Avenue, they are putting in a Tropical Drink store, and they are looking for help.  The new Restoration Hardware store project at the former Greenwich Post Office is coming along just fine.  They have put in another entrance on Greenwich Avenue, where the loading ramp used to be.  It looks like quite the fancy neoclassical building that it once was.  There is another store going in where Victoria's Secret used to be.  With the former signs off the building on the northeast side of Greenwich Avenue and Lewis Street, one can see the shadow imprints of the letters "The Putnam Trust Company".  The new street lamp on the south side of the side walk at the Senior and the Arts Center, and the one by the Police Station entrance, and the one at the top of Greenwich Avenue on the west side are out of alignment and missing their domes, I guess from high winds this winter.  I stopped by CVS, and I bought two 17.5 ounce CVS Deluxe Mixed Nuts lightly salted for $6.99 each for $13.98 total.  I chatted with a few locals.  I used the bathroom at Starbucks.  The bathroom at CVS is still under construction.  I sat out for a while.  I then went by the Putnam Shell at 401 West Putnam Avenue, and I filled up the fuel tank of the Volvo wagon for $9.01 of self service V-Powered premium gasoline for $4.299 a gallon with a dime a gallon off with my Stop and Shop card for 2.096 gallons at odometer reading of 107619 miles for 24.9 miles driven since Tuesday April 1, 2014 for 11.88 miles per gallon in local traffic.  We no longer drive down by the waterfront on Steamboat Road anymore, since I can not afford the extra dollar in gasoline for the extra driving each trip.  I then returned home, and I chatted with a neighbor.  CIO 

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 5:50 A.M.  I will now go downtown to see what the Wolves dragged in.  CIO 

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 5:35 A.M.  I picked up the mail from yesterday.  My SNAP foot stamps went up from $163 a month to $164 a month.    The State of Connecticut Social Services Web Site for Clients is https://connect.ct.gov/access/ .  CIO

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 4:55 A.M.  Space station computer outage may require spacewalk

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<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 4:20 A.M.  Royal family visits Australia and New Zealand  CIO

!!!!!! <888> 04/12/14 Saturday 4:05 A.M.  Well the 2014 early season tropical weather forecast for the Atlantic Ocean is out http://typhoon.atmos.colostate.edu/forecasts/ .  CIO

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 3:20 A.M.  I will now shower and clean up.  CIO

<888> 04/12/14 Saturday 2:45 A.M.  After the last note, I chatted with a friend who is taking a break in Newport, Rhode Island.  I also chatted with another friend.  However in walking the four mile walk along the ocean his back went out, so he needs to get medical help for his back.  I suggested that it might be a slipped disk.  I finally woke up at 1:30 A.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted English muffin 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 made my bed.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  CIO   

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 3:50 P.M.  I went outside, and I chatted with neighbors.  I will now shut down the primary work computer, and I will go to bed for the night.  CIO

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 3:30 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  I ate 12 Triscuit crackers with .75 inch by 2.5 inch by 3/16th inch thick slices of www.cabotcheese.com  seriously sharp cheddar cheese on them.  I chatted with a friend.  CIO   

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 2:10 P.M.  I took the TERK HDTVa Amplified Directional Indoor HDTV Antenna off the analog to digital converter, and I connected it directly to the cable switch box.  On the Ocosmo TV, I had it search for air signals with the Terk antenna, and it only picked up three stations Fox 5, Fox Movie 5 and 9 weakly.  Either the power supply to the Terk antenna is burnt out, or more than likely the main part of the building opposite me is still interfering with the air signal.  CIO 

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 1:15 P.M. I bought from AceAlectronix on this page for $17.80 refurbished with free shipping http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0027FZQ1E/ref=sr_1_1_olp?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1397235512&sr=1-1&keywords=RCA+1600  CIO 

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 12:35 P.M.  I ate a 10 ounce Stouffer's Italiano lasagna with grated parmesan and Romano cheese and a 12 ounce glass of Canada Dry Ginger Ale.  I chatted with a friend.  CIO

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 11:40 A.M.  Breaking: Copper Beech Farm sells for $120 million  CIO   

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 11:35 A.M.  I chatted with a relative.  CIO

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 10:45 A.M.  NRSC Store | National Republican Senatorial Committee Store

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I threw out the garbage, and I said "Good Morning" to neighbors.  I picked up yesterday's mail.  CIO

<888> 04/11/14 Friday 8:20 A.M.  I woke up at 1:30 A.M..  When I started up the primary work computer, it was malfunctioning.  After several hours of trouble shooting, I determined it was the second 200 Gigabyte IDE backup hard drive was failing.  I replaced it with a new Seagate 300 gigabyte IDE hard drive that I had as a spare, and I also put a new IDE cable on the second and third hard drives.  I then did a Windows backup of both partitions on the first hard drive to the new second hard drive.  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted English muffin 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 made my bed.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I will now shower and clean up.  The primary work computer seems to be running fine once again.

State GOP lauds Jeb Bush, ignores Rowland   CIO             

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 12:35 P.M.  www.nantucket.net Navy https://www.steamshipauthority.com/ , only day trippers use the http://hylinecruises.com/ .  I will now shut down the primary work computer, and I will go to bed soon.  CIO

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 11:50 A.M.  Navy eyes 3D printing in future to create combat drones aboard ships

Navy's future: Electric guns, lasers, water as fuel  CIO

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 11:25 A.M.  I ate 16 Triscuit crackers with .75 inch by 2.5 inch by 3/16th inch thick slices of www.cabotcheese.com  seriously sharp cheddar cheese on them.  CIO

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 10:55 A.M.  I threw out the garbage and the tobacco shipping box.  I sat outside for a while.  I walked around the building.  The bulbs in back are beginning to come out.  I chatted with neighbors.  CIO 

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 9:40 A.M.  I ate a 10 ounce Marie Callender beef stew with a 12 ounce glass of Canada Dry Ginger Ale.  CIO 

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 8:35 A.M.  I made 90 Premier Lights 100 MM filter Peter Stokkebye Turkish pipe tobacco cigarettes and 120 Premier Lights 100 MM filter Peter Stokkebye Norwegian pipe tobacco cigarettes while watching episodes 3 and 4 of the "Borgias" .  I also put the new batch of Norwegian pipe tobacco in 19 quart mason jars holding four ounces each.  CIO    

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 5:35 A.M.  I will now make cigarettes.  CIO

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 5:20 A.M.   2014 AGU Fall Meeting » Session Proposals Comments Feed

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This Video Exposes Hitler's Secret Illness | Smithsonian

Beneath Paris' City Streets, There's an Empire of Death Waiting for Tourists | Travel | Smithsonian

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I put away the clean laundry.

British woman has dog cloned after winning competition

Reducing car pollution easier than UN experts thought  CIO 

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 4:05 A.M.  I have 55 minutes to go on two dry cycles.  CIO 

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 3:40 A.M.  I put clean linens on the bed.  I showered, and I cleaned up.  I started two loads of wash, and I have five minutes to go on the wash cycles.  I threw out the garbage and the old periodical literature.  I watered the plants.  CIO 

<888> 04/10/14 Thursday 2:10 A.M.  I had a telephone call from a relative about 6 P.M..  I finally woke up at 1 A.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted English muffin 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.  CIO         

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 4:30 P.M.  I woke up at 4 P.M..  I sat outside for a while, and I said hello to neighbors.   The order with tracking of UPS: Tracking Information and https://tools.usps.com/go/TrackConfirmAction?qtc_tLabels1=92612924911828511006565775  on the order for 10 http://www.bnbtobacco.com/peter-stokkebye-norwegian-premium-pipe-tobacco-8oz-bag/ for $129.90 total with free shipping on over $129 order arrived.  I will now go back to bed.  CIO 

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 12:05 P.M.  I will now shut down the primary work computer.  I will eat a Greek yogurt.  I will then go to bed.  CIO

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 11:40 A.M.  I reheated and ate the eight deep fat fried onion rings along with a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% Canada Dry Ginger Ale.

I bought Dell 1 TB 7200 RPM Serial ATA Hard Drive for $51.99 less and discounted for $44.19 with coupon code "9QB025WNJ3X$MJ" with free shipping and $2.81 tax for $47 total.  CIO

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 10:15 A.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I went downtown.  I walked the entire length of Greenwich Avenue and the train station area.  I sat out at various locations.  I stopped by Zen Stationary, and I chatted with a local.  I played an Ace's High scratch card for a dollar, but I lost.  I stopped by CVS, and I bought four 18.8 ounce cans of Campbell's Light New England clam chowder for $1.50 each for $6 total.  I chatted with a local town maintenance person.  I sat outside for a while.  I used the bathroom at Starbucks.  I then went  by the Stop and  Shop.  I bought a 64 ounce Ocean Spray cranraspberry juice for $3.39, a 64 ounce Ocean Spray crangrape juice for $3.39, a five quart box of Stop and Shop powdered milk for $6.49, fresh bananas for .79 a pound for $2.13, two 10 ounce Marie Callender beef stew for $2 each, a order of cooked deep fat fried onion rings for .88 and .55 can return for $19.73 total.  I then returned home.  I put away my groceries.  I drank a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% Canada Dry Ginger Ale.  CIO

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 6:45 A.M.  I ate a baloney and white American cheese sandwich on toasted 15 grain whole grain bread with Hellmann's olive oil mayonnaise and Utz wavy sour cream and onion potato chips and a dill pickle slice and a 12 ounce glass of Canada Dry Ginger Ale.  I will now go downtown to see what Starbucks dragged in for the day.  CIO  

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 5:45 A.M.  Appomattox Court House (building, Appomattox, Virginia, United States) -- Encyclopedia Britannica

France on alert for prowling wolves

Prince George appears at first engagement of royal tour 

Norway police seek help to solve snowdrift man mystery

Battery offers 30-second phone charging

$299 3D printer achieves Kickstarter goal in minutes  CIO  

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 4:35 A.M.  I put away the two DeLonghi oil filled radiators in the living room, and I put them on the left side of the bed in the bedroom.  I cleaned the Ionic Pro air purifier.  CIO

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 4:10 A.M.  Giving 'Rachel' telemarketer an earful

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<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 4:00 A.M.  7 Ways Warehouse Clubs Make You Spend More Money  CIO

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 2:50 A.M.  I ran PC Cleaner on the primary work computer, and I rebooted it.  I threw out the garbage and the recent shipping boxes.  I also threw out the shipping boxes for the two TVs that I purchased in the end of 2013 and the Boston Acoustics TV speaker shipping box.  I picked up the mail.  I received a legal letter about a lawsuit refund to do with PC Cleaner.  I will now shower and clean up.  CIO

<888> 04/09/14 Wednesday 1:45 A.M.  I woke up at 8:30 P.M., and I chatted with a relative.  I went back to bed until 12:30 A.M..   I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted English muffin 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> 04/08/14 Tuesday 2:50 P.M.   I will now shut down the primary work computer.  I will eat a home made yogurt.  I will then go to bed.  CIO

<888> 04/08/14 Tuesday 12:55 P.M.  Free to Buy Impatient Optimist: Bill Gates in His Own Words (In Their Own Words) [Kindle Edition]  CIO 

<888> 04/08/14 Tuesday 12:40 P.M.   I drank a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO

<888> 04/08/14 Tuesday 10:55 A.M.  George H. W. Bush 25th Anniversary - YouTube

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Dark matter hunt: LUX experiment reaches critical phase

Volcanic islands merge in Pacific Ocean

Science of the sun: Nasa releases solar flare footage

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I chatted with a friend.  CIO

<888> 04/08/14 Tuesday 9:50 A.M.  I woke up at 9:30 A.M..  CIO 

<888> 04/08/14 Tuesday 8:15 A.M.  I ate 8 ounces Perdue short cut grilled Italian chicken strips and steamed baby carrots cut into quarters lengthwise and 12 ounces of Simply Mashed mashed potatoes with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil on the vegetables and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden lemon juice.  I will now take a nap.  CIO       

<888> 04/08/14 Tuesday 6:50 A.M.  I tried a hardware modification on the IBM ThinkCentre beta computer in front of the mahogany bureau in the living room, but it did not work; so I left it the way it was.  CIO

<888> 04/08/14 Tuesday 1:10 A.M.  I woke up at 8:30 P.M..  I picked up the mail.  The order with tracking of https://tools.usps.com/go/TrackConfirmAction?qtc_tLabels1=9405510200829140690126 on the order for  Premier 100mm Light Cigarette Tubes - 10 Boxes for $35.80 with free shipping and $2.27 tax for $38.07 total arrived.  I chatted with a relative.  The relative recommended that I not renew my www.time.com subscription in a year and a half.  I went back to bed.  I woke up at midnight.  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted English muffin 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> 04/07/14 Monday 1:10 P.M.  I called up the www.time.com magazine subscription department in southern Bangalore, India http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangalore and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangalore_Palace at 1-800-843-TIME , and I confirmed they will renew my subscription around the first of September in 2015 for two years for $39.90.  Hopefully I will be able to afford it at that time.  I will now shut down the primary work computer.  I will then eat a home made yogurt, and I will then go to bed.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mysore_Palace

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wodeyar    CIO  

<888> 04/07/14 Monday 11:30 A.M.  I took a 15 ounce can of Chef Boyardee lasagna, and I put it in a plastic microwave proof pot, and I seasoned it with celery salt, ground black pepper, garlic salt, Italian spices, Frank's hot sauce, and Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce, and I put the plastic lid on the pot, and I microwaved it on one vegetable cycle of the www.ge.com microwave oven.  I ate it with a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale.

The Food Stamp SNAP program called up for my redetermination, which I did over the telephone.  CIO 

<888> 04/07/14 Monday 10:30 A.M.  The riddle of the Voynich Manuscript

http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/  CIO  

<888> 04/07/14 Monday 10:10 A.M.  Business wise in this area, the few times since 1962, when I could afford to travel in this area, I remember a few times driving up Route 7 north of Danbury, Connecticut up to Northern Vermont, and pretty much along both sides of the road, there are a lot of black and white dairy cows.  Since there are 6.5 million Italians in the New York and New England area, there might be money to be made in Italian dairy products, if one knew how to produce such items.  CIO

<888> 04/07/14 Monday 9:45 A.M.  Having worked as a clerk typist at www.cbsnews.com during Watergate, although I was fired for not making to work by 10 A.M. after three months, I became somewhat established in the news business.  However, on limited income, one can not write anything that one might be sued for, and it takes funds to look into events elsewhere.  Thus I am basically left being the Village Idiot or the Maytag repairman in Greenwich, Connecticut; where I can not even afford to visit nearby Port Chester, New York or Old Greenwich, where other people in this area live.  From experience, I know Fort Lauderdale, Florida was always interesting in coming up with news stories, because so many people drink alcohol down there around the busy waterfront.  Whether there is any substance to their bar room conversations is opened to debate, but they are near the more volatile Miami, Florida area; so they possibly know something we do not.  In the fall of 1976 in Fort Lauderdale, when I was there waiting for my unemployment checks to come in from Daniel Construction in Greenville, South Carolina; there was some sort of conflict with the local authorities in Fort Lauderdale, and they had to call in the http://www.usmarshals.gov/ to restore law and order, but from my viewpoint on the beach at the time, it was a cold winter down there, and there were not many people around, and most of them were older retired people not causing any problems.  Thus the local writers in the Fort Lauderdale http://www.sun-sentinel.com/ might have been stretching the truth for fun and profit.  That area of Florida is well known for tabloid journalism.  CIO 

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