<888> 01/24/14 Friday 5:00 A.M. Army Continues Cover-Up of Secret Experimentation 65 Years Later CIO
<888> 01/24/14 Friday 4:50 A.M. I drank a 12 ounce glass of www.coke.com . The Scott family has had a long relationship with Coca Cola from what I know. In my generation, when I lived down south, it was a very popular soft drink, until we moved to Pepsi territory. At the First Presbyterian Church in Decatur, Alabama, one of my volunteer jobs after Sunday school was giving away soft drinks from the cooler. We had Coke, Orange Soda, and Lemon soda. I used to enjoy mixing them together for other flavors. When I got older, I had to go to church with the adults, so I no longer was able to hang out with the kids giving away soda pop. Up north in Boston, they call soda pop "Tonic". I guess Coke is a popular brand name world wide, but I started drinking less of it, when I was told it was good for removing rust from chrome automobile bumpers. Coke poured over a scoop or two of ice cream in a glass is called a "Float". Most people do not know the drink comes from Georgia which is some place they have never heard of, and probably will not visit. However, it is warmer there sometimes. Also if one is driving down south to Florida from up north, one usually has to drive through Georgia where there are a lot of paper mills also. South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas all have gators. Living up north all of these years, I still remember warmer winters down south, but I find the colder weather more stimulating, but of course with the warmer weather down south, one is not trapped inside for a long periods in the winter. CIO
<888> 01/24/14 Friday 2:00 A.M. In the heartland of America in Champaign, Illinois where my branch of the Scott family is from, it is minus 8 degrees Fahrenheit http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Champaign%2c%20Illinois%20weather&unit=F&qpvt=Champaign%2c+Illinois+weather&FORM=DTPWEA where as in http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Moscow%2C+Russia&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF , it is pretty much the same and much the same in http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Ottawa%2c%20Canada%20Weather&unit=F&qpvt=Ottawa%2c+Canada+Weather&FORM=DTPWEA , so I think it is pretty much safe say the north country is in the deep freeze. I ate three ounces of almonds. It is 11 degrees Fahrenheit in Greenwich, Connecticut at the moment http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?CityName=Greenwich&state=CT&site=OKX&lat=41.0613&lon=-73.6368#.UuIOWvso4cU . Calling for minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday night in Lake Forest, Illinois http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=42.2586342&lon=-87.84062499999999&site=all&smap=1&searchresult=Lake%20Forest%2C%20IL%2C%20USA#.UuIO3_so4cU ; so the cold weather is not going away anytime soon. CIO
!!!!!! <888> 01/23/14 Thursday 11:20 P.M. I called up http://publicsafety.yale.edu/ , and I gave them a quick briefing of what I have been doing. I gave them a quick briefing on this Has the Sun gone to sleep? , which one should read right away. CIO
<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 10:35 P.M. I took a 10 inch skillet, and I put it on a large electric burner at medium high heat with two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil in it, and after three minutes when the olive oil was hot, I put in a 11 ounce top round London Broil, and I cooked it for two minutes a side flipping it every minute. The first two sides, I put garlic salt, Montréal Steak Seasoning, and Italian Seasoning on each side the first time around, and then for one last minute, I simmered it on both sides in a couple of tablespoons of soy sauce and I ate it with the herbal soy sauce and Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce and 12 ounces of mashed potatoes with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil and steamed baby carrots cut into quarters lengthwise and broccoli crowns with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil and a 12 ounce glass of www.coke.com and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden's lemon juice. CIO
<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 9:15 P.M. I chatted with a relative twice.
When I search myself at www.peoplesmart.com at http://www.peoplesmart.com/psp.aspx?_act=resultswp&search=name&cam=2370&utm_source=wp&utm_medium=wp_Bid&utm_campaign=SERPSpeedbump_Names&utm_content=2370&utm_term=23700A1&id=23700A1&firstname=Michael&lastname=Scott&city=Greenwich&state=CT
it says that I once lived in East Hampton, Long Island and San Diego, California which is not correct. When I built the garage apartment out in Plandome Manor, Long Island in 1982, one of the grandsons was visiting Byram frequently, since he had a girl friend here, and he later became a chef in the Hamptons after going to Johnson and Wales college, but when I lost my complete set of identification in August 1980 along with traveling money, it could have been him. Also Fred Von Mierers knew a air traffic controller in the Hamptons or Montauk. Also around 1968, I drove out to East Hampton with Myles McGough to visit a girl friend of his who was Kingman Brewster's daughter associated with www.yale.edu . However, I do not have any San Diego connections other than driving through it. I once visited the Hotel Coronado there. Also in the summer of 1973, I visited South Hampton twice. Also when I was out in Port Washington, Long Island between 1979 and 1980, I visited the Hamptons once. Scott Nelson showed up in East Hampton last summer with Bill Clinton, but I doubt if he would be using my identification. Anyway Michael Scott is a very common name. I put away my laundry. CIO
<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 7:45 P.M. I have 50 minutes to go on two dry cycles. CIO
<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 7:25 P.M. I put clean linens on the bed. I showered, and I cleaned up. I started two loads of laundry, and I have ten minutes to go on two wash cycles. I picked up the mail. I threw out the garbage and the old periodical literature. I watered the plants. CIO
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<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 5:00 P.M. I chatted with a friend.
I like these for the fire place http://simpsongallaghergallery.com/art/Bronze/Charles-Rumsey/Dog-Andirons/630 . CIO
<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 3:40 P.M. I had a wrong number phone call while asleep from somebody named S.L.. I finally woke up at 2:30 P.M.. I chatted with a friend. 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> 01/23/14 Thursday 6:20 A.M. It is five degrees Fahrenheit locally. I ate three ounces of almonds. Maybe somebody should feed some nuts to the squirrels downtown at the Senior and the Arts center. I will now shut down the primary work computer. I will eat a Greek yogurt, and then I will go to bed. No point venturing out in the tundra of Greenwich, Connecticut; since the energy to drive a car downtown and back would keep one's apartment warm all day.
<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 5:05 A.M. This is why one should always try to keep a full gasoline tank to avoid spontaneous combustion from gasoline fumes from an empty gasoline tank and static electricity year round Former Greenwich chaplain dies from fire injuries . CIO
<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 3:50 A.M. The two carbon monoxide detectors that arrived today, I will sell to a friend, when he comes down soon. When I get my other two, I will setup one in my apartment and save the other one for the family house in Kennebunkport, Maine. We really should have two in the family house in Maine, since Carbon Monoxide is a heavy gas and could sink down into the basement around the furnace and not be detected upstairs. Hopefully the one in my apartment will not be set off by my frequent intestinal gas leaks or farts. I fiddled with the Nokia 520 phone, and I put the Connecticut and New York maps on it, so I now only have 350 megs of space left on it besides the 16 gigabyte micro SD card for video and music. I could transfer my music from the primary computer to the micro SD card, but I think I should save the space for video and pictures. The GPS program says there is a Starbucks across the street in Putnam Green, but the Starbucks app does not show one there, but there is a Starbucks in Port Chester that is closer than Greenwich Avenue along with a lot of other take out places. I heated and ate a 15 ounce can of Chef Boyardee mini ravioli and along with drinking a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% Schweppes Ginger Ale. CIO
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<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 12:45 A.M. Town of Greenwich Message:
Dear friends and neighbors,
Due to the extreme cold weather, warming centers are open today in Greenwich and Stamford. If you see any homeless person, please call 2-1-1, which is the infoline set up to identify the closest shelter to where the individual is located.
See below for a full list of Warming Centers with their respective hours:
The lobby of the Town of Greenwich Public Safety Complex located on Bruce 24 hours a day for anyone’s use as a warming center during the current snow storm.
The Greenwich Senior Center on Greenwich Avenue and the Greenwich Library on West Putnam Avenue Providing their facilities as warming centers during their respective normal operating hours.
Stamford Government Center Lobby located at 888 Washington Blvd.
8am to 9pm
Central Fire Headquarters located at 629 Main Street
8am - 6pm
South End Fire Station located at 215 Washington Blvd
8am - 6pm
West Side Fire Station located at 80 Fairfield Avenue
8am - 6pm
East Side/Shippan Fire Station
8am - 6pm
Woodside Fire Station located at 1600 Washington Blvd
8am - 6pm
Belltown Fire Station located at 8 Dorlen Road
8am - 6pm
Long Ridge Fire Station located at 366 Long Ridge Rd.
8am - 6pm
Sprindale Fire Station located at 987 Hope St.
8am - 6pm
Turn of River Fire Station located at Buxton Farms Road
8am - 6pm
We hope you found this information helpful. If you are still unsure of the closest shelter near you, please call 2-1-1.
Livvy Floren, 149th District
Stephen G. Walko, 150th District
Fred Camillo, 151st District
End of Message: CIO
<888> 01/23/14 Thursday 12:40 A.M. I woke up at 12:30 A.M.. I drank a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% Schweppes Ginger Ale. CIO
<888> 01/22/14 Wednesday 9:25 P.M. I chatted with a relative. I will now take a nap. CIO
<888> 01/22/14 Wednesday 8:45 P.M. I ate a turkey and ham and white American cheese sandwich on 15 grain whole grain bread with Hellmann's olive oil mayonnaise and Utz wavy potato chips and a dill pickle slice and a 12 ounce glass of www.coke.com . CIO
<888> 01/22/14 Wednesday 7:55 P.M. I made 138 Premier Lights 100 MM filter Peter Stokkebye Turkish pipe tobacco cigarettes while watching "Seal Team Six, the Raid on Osama Bin Laden".
The order with UPS Tracking on the order for two Kidde KN-COPP-B-LPM Battery-Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display for $23.77 each less $9.51 promotion on check out and free shipping and $2.42 tax for $40.45 total arrived. I delivered another UPS package to another neighbor. CIO
<888> 01/22/14 Wednesday 5:10 P.M. I picked up the mail. I will now make cigarettes. CIO
<888> 01/22/14 Wednesday 4:15 P.M. Midtown Apple Store Wall Shatters, Snow Blower Blamed
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I will now shower and clean up. CIO
<888> 01/22/14 Wednesday 3:20 P.M. I woke up at 1 P.M.. I went outside, and I cleaned the powder snow off the Volvo wagon. I also threw out the garbage. 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. I chatted with a friend. CIO
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I will now shut down the primary work computer. I will then go back to bed. CIO
<888> 01/22/14 Wednesday 4:55 A.M. I watched some Bloomberg News from Davos, Switzerland. It seems like a long way to go for a Swiss Cheese sandwich. I guess they still yodel over there and use Swiss Alpine horns for communication instead of more modern communications. They do have Swiss Mountain Lions up in those Alps. I ate a toasted bagel with extra virgin olive oil and a 6 ounce Greek yogurt with some watered down punch. CIO
<888> 01/22/14 Wednesday 2:55 A.M. I woke up at 2:30 A.M.. I drank a 12 ounce glass of 50% punch and 50% Schweppes Ginger Ale. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 10:15 P.M. I will now take a nap. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 10:05 P.M. I took a 10 inch skillet, and I put it on a large electric burner at medium high heat with two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil in it, and after three minutes when the olive oil was hot, I put in a 10 ounce top round London Broil, and I cooked it for two minutes a side flipping it every minute. The first two sides, I put garlic salt, Montréal Steak Seasoning, and Italian Seasoning on each side the first time around, and then for one last minute, I simmered it on both sides in soy sauce and I ate it with the herbal soy sauce and Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce and 12 ounces of mashed potatoes with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil and steamed baby carrots cut into quarters lengthwise and broccoli crowns with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden's lemon juice. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 9:05 P.M. The Greenwich Library www.greenwichlibrary.org closed at 4 P.M. today.
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This is an important message for all Greenwich residents from the Greenwich Police Department. As many of you know, significant snowfall is forecast for this evening through early Wednesday. In anticipation, the Town of Greenwich Board of Selectmen has unanimously voted to declare a Snow Emergency effective at 6:00 pm today, January 21st, 2014. The Snow Emergency will remain in effect until cancelled.
During the period of the Snow Emergency no vehicles are permitted to remain parked, stopped or standing on any Snow Emergency streets. Vehicles in violation will be subject to ticketing and immediate towing. If you are unsure if your vehicle is parked on a Snow Emergency street, a full list can be viewed at the Town of Greenwich website - www.greenwichct.org. Vehicles displaced from Snow Emergency streets may be lawfully parked in municipal off-street parking lots until the snow emergency is over. Your cooperation will ensure that road crews can keep Snow Emergency streets open for emergency First Responder vehicle traffic.
The Town of Greenwich is fully prepared for the coming snow event. Additional staffing, as appropriate, has been added to Public Works road crews and by Greenwich's emergency responder agencies. At this time, the State of Connecticut is anticipating that this will be a "moderate to major" snow event. Temperatures are also forecast to be well below freezing overnight and it will be windy, with gusts to 45 MPH. Sub-zero wind chills are likely to occur overnight. The most significant snow accumulations are predicted to begin in our area around 7:00 PM and continue until 4:00 AM tomorrow. Travel on roadways is predicted to become quite hazardous after 8:00 PM this evening. It is imperative that everyone exercise additional caution during the storm, limit travel to only essential trips and dress appropriately for what could be bitterly cold conditions.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation. Please stay indoors, stay warm and stay safe.
Capt. Mark Kordick
Greenwich Police Department
End of Message: CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 8:35 P.M. I checked downstairs and outside again. Traffic is still moving on West Putnam Avenue and it has let up snowing for now. With the drifting powdery snow, it is hard to tell what the total snow accumulation is, but it is over four inches. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 8:15 P.M. I chatted with a relative. Look at this for the lows for the rest of the week http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?CityName=Greenwich&state=CT&site=OKX&lat=41.0613&lon=-73.6368#.Ut8aIPso4cU , but it is so cold it is dry light powdery snow. I guess I have Siberia Sam's Social Club up and running, but people do not like networking with Night Owls in this area, because they need to make money in the daytime. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 7:25 P.M. Greenwich Jeep http://www.jeepchryslerdodgecity.com/ is across the street from me on West Putnam Avenue, if one needs a four wheel drive vehicle to get around. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 6:55 P.M. I threw out the garbage in the hallway garbage chute. I looked out the back hallway stairway window, and West Putnam Avenue around the Port Chester, New York border seems clear enough with traffic moving. The front parking lot at 71 Vinci Drive has about four inches of drifting snow with more piled on the cars. The mail person did not make it here today.
This web cam http://www.ct.gov/dot/cwp/view.asp?a=2354&q=415220 does not show I-95, but it looks like a stuck car by the Bruce Museum.
Traffic moving slowly here http://www.ct.gov/dot/cwp/view.asp?a=2354&q=415222 CIO
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I will now shower and clean up. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 5:20 P.M. I ordered three H2O Wireless Direct Dialing GSM Sim Card Starter Kit AT&T Network Prepaid for a penny apiece with free shipping for three cents total. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 4:35 P.M. I woke up at 3:30 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.
I will now shut down the primary work computer. I will eat a Greek yogurt. I will then go to bed. CIO
<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 5:40 A.M. I ate three ounce of almonds. I updated the apps on the Nokia 520, and I changed a few settings. I have it fully charged and plugged into power. I found this page https://play.google.com/store , but it does not work with Windows 8 on the Nokia 520. I guess nobody stays awake at night in the New York City area anymore. Considering I have been awake at night a lot of the time here, one would think I might know somebody at night to network with, but I guess night time people are more solitary. In Russia, everything is opened 24 hours a day eight days a week; so maybe we should be like that here in the United States of America, and then we would not need to have so much unused space at night. I once found this location in Canada which was available at night http://www.library.yorku.ca/cms/facilitiesandequipment/latenightstudy/ . CIO