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/21/14 Tuesday 3:10 A.M.  I ate one ounce of almonds and two 12 ounce glasses of 50% punch and 50% Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO



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<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 3:10 A.M.  I ate one ounce of almonds and two 12 ounce glasses of 50% punch and 50% Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO

<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 3:00 A.M.  For some reason the $59 with free shipping Nokia Lumia 520 No Contract for AT&T and $59.99 with free shipping Nokia Lumia 520 GoPhone (AT&T)  was discharged, when I had charged it up fully yesterday.  I will leave it charging for now.  I called up http://flpd.org/index.aspx?page=155 to see who that tall group of people was that I witnessed down there around Halloween in 1983, but they could not recall.  I guess it has changed down there with all of the snow birds down there.  Possibly with the expected snow up north www.wm.com and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Huizenga  might make some money moving it, if we get more than expected.  However, the Gouda Cheese man that I saw in Greenwich, Connecticut about 15 years ago was bigger than anyone I saw in Fort Lauderdale back in October 1983.  However, the largest man I have seen in my life in the New York City area was at the Microsoft conference at the Hyatt Hotel in Hauppauge, Long Island about seven years ago, and he was a white man about six feet tall and six feet high.  I suppose there are a lot of taller people around, but not that WIDE not around.  I think some Somans are like that.  CIO    

<888> 01/21/14 Tuesday 1:10 A.M.  Ralph Lauren Infant Boys Varsity Hooded Down Jacket $44.99 less 20% off with "FROST20"  CIO 

<888> 01/20/14 Monday 11:55 P.M.  Using my CVS bonus bucks and CVS savings card, I saved $968 last year www.cvs.com .

http://www.vertigo-itn.eu/ Volcano Ash: Field, Experimental and Numercal Investigations of Processes during its Lifecycle

Newegg.com Tracking on the order for $10.99 with free shipping Rosewill RFS-108 8 port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet

A Colossal Bridge Will Rise Across the Hudson - NYTimes.com

Rosetta comet-chaser phones home

The Minnesota starvation experiment

Cosmic 'web' seen for first time  CIO  

<888> 01/20/14 Monday 11:00 P.M.  I ate the chicken and mashed potato dinner with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil on the mashed potatoes and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale.  I guess it is my low income diet of not enough meat and more carbohydrates that I have an incredible amount of intestinal gas that some people might notice as I move around the community.  I think it is a Scottish trait, since in the movie Brave Heart about the Scottish fighting the English, they turn around and let loose with a large amount of fart gas.  Whatever it comes from, the people whom work around horses do not seem to mind it.  Possibly my diet of eating oatmeal in the morning like horses produces it.  Maybe that is why the Scottish drink Scotch whisky to get rid of it.  Still it is a problem I am used to, but nobody else seems to want to ever visit me, so I basically live like a trappist monk.  When I lived on isolated islands, there were not as many people around to notice it.  Maybe that is why they got rid of me in Manhattan, since maybe some of the other people in public places noticed it.  CIO 

<888> 01/20/14 Monday 9:55 P.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I went downtown, and I went by CVS on Greenwich Avenue.  I picked up a prescription.  I bought two pints of regular Listerine mouthwash for $1.99 each and .25 tax for $4.23 total.  I also bought two 16 ounce bags of CVS salted almonds for $4.50 each for $9 total.  I also bought buy one get one 50% off of Air Wick 6 ounce scent machine refills, one of Island Paradise and one of Virgin Islands for $7.49 and $3.74 and a five pack of Bic Lighters with two orange, two purple, and one red for $7.29 less a $1.46 off with a 20% off coupon  and $1.08 tax for $18.14 total.  I then went further down Greenwich Avenue.  I walked the entire length of Greenwich Avenue and the train station area.  I sat out at various places.  I stopped by Zen Stationary, and I played an Ace's High scratch card for a dollar, but I lost.  I stopped by the Greenwich Cigar store, and I played two Ace's High scratch cards for a dollar each, and I lost on both of them.  Where Bang and Olufsen used to be on Greenwich Avenue is now a dress store.  The old China Pavilion restaurant on lower Greenwich Avenue has been remodeled, and it will open on January 25, 2014 as a vegetarian restaurant called "STEAM".  There are also a couple of other new dress shop boutiques on Greenwich Avenue.  I used the bathroom at Starbucks.  I chatted with a local about Florida.  I stopped by and toured CVS again.  After my walk, I stopped by Starbucks again.  I then went by the Stop and Shop, and I bought organic bananas for .99 a pound for $3.21, a package of top round London Broil for $2.99 a pound for $6.28 less $1.50 off manager's coupon, three 24 ounce Simply Mashed mashed potatoes for $1.99 each, buy one get one free of Thomas' English muffin six packs for $4.19 both, a two chicken leg and two thigh and mashed potato dinner for $1.99 for $20.14 total.  I then returned home, and I put away my groceries.  I chatted with a relative.  CIO    

<888> 01/20/14 Monday 4:00 P.M.  I will now shower and clean up, and then I will go downtown to Greenwich Avenue, Siberia.  CIO

<888> 01/20/14 Monday 3:45 P.M.  NOAA Weather Radio is now working in this area with this message of 6 to 10 inches of snow coming tomorrow and extreme cold http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=CTZ009&warncounty=CTC001&firewxzone=CTZ009&local_place1=&product1=Winter+Storm+Warning#.Ut2Jf_so4cU .  CIO

<888> 01/20/14 Monday 2:55 P.M.  I woke up at 1:30 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 make up a fresh batch of punch.  CIO                       

<888> 01/20/14 Monday 2:10 A.M.  I ate a turkey and ham and Swiss 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 Schweppes Ginger Ale.

Don't here much about these people anymore http://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/globale-paginas/taalrubrieken/english/members-of-the-royal-house/

http://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/globale-paginas/taalrubrieken/english/news/

http://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/foto-en-video/videos/kersttoespraak-2013-19313

I guess like the old time traditional royalty of the past, they are leading more private lives like Queen Victoria's family use to do.

I will now shut down the primary work computer, and I will go to bed soon.  CIO       

<888> 01/20/14 Monday 12:25 A.M.  Tracking is https://www.fedex.com/fedextrack/index.html?tracknumbers=9261290100131029610508&cntry_code=us 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.

Message from Canadian Prime Minister:

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on National Non-Smoking Week

January 19, 2014
Ottawa, Ontario


Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement to mark National Non-Smoking Week, taking place from January 19-25, 2014:

Each year, smoking takes a deadly toll on Canadians, with thousands succumbing to heart disease, lung cancer and many other illnesses that it causes. In addition to the physical damage caused by smoke and second-hand smoke, smoking also puts emotional and financial stress on families who are dealing with resulting health problems, and places a substantial financial burden on our communities and healthcare system.

The health of Canadians is a top priority of our Government. This is why, along with provinces, territories, municipalities and other partners, we have taken substantial measures to inform Canadians about the many health risks associated with smoking, to discourage people from starting to smoke and help those who wish to quit.

In the past five years, our Government has taken significant action to help Canadians stay smoke free. These measures include combating the trafficking and cross-border smuggling of contraband tobacco, restricting access to tobacco products, especially for youth, and prohibiting tobacco advertising in daily newspapers and free entertainment weeklies.  We have also introduced new warning labels on cigarette and little cigar packages, which feature a national quitline phone number and web address for those who want to quit.

During this year's National Non-Smoking Week, we are also launching a five-year tobacco cessation marketing campaign aimed at reducing smoking rates by helping young smokers aged 20-24 quit smoking. The "Break It Off" tobacco cessation campaign will use social media to target young Canadians who have a higher rate of smoking than the national average.

While the work our Government has undertaken to eliminate smoking is producing encouraging results, there are still too many Canadians who smoke. That is why we will continue to work with stakeholders across the country to help Canadians become and stay smoke-free.



I wish all Canadians a happy, healthy and smoke-free 2014.”

End of Message:

Moving to An Area With More Green Space Can Improve Your Mental Health for Years | Science | Smithsonian

Craft Beer, the (Very) Limited Edition - NYTimes.com

Rosetta: Alarm to sound for comet mission

British bat makes incredible journey  CIO    

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 11:50 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  After watching Downton Abbey, I watched a new episode of Sherlock Holmes.  I ate three ounces of almonds.  Even if it is colder up north for the next 40 years, it will be pretty much the weather I remembered in this area until about 1996, when we began to have warmer winters for a while.  I am use to the colder weather up north, but I do not go out much in the winter anymore, since I manage to keep busy at home, and I do not feel like wasting precious fuel driving around without any purpose.  CIO

!!!!!! <888> 01/19/14 Sunday 8:40 P.M.  Has the Sun gone to sleep?  CIO

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 8:35 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  Down in Florida, where the retired people go to bed earlier, they are broadcasting the new version at 8 P.M..

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It looks like the Monroe County Democrats can afford to escape the cold.

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Key%20West%2c%20Florida%20weather&unit=F&qpvt=Key+West%2c+Florida+weather&FORM=DTPWEA

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Vero%20Beach%2c%20Florida%20weather&unit=F&qpvt=Vero+Beach%2c+Florida+weather&FORM=DTPWEA

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Sea%20Island%2c%20Georgia%20weather&unit=F&qpvt=Sea+Island%2c+Georgia+weather&FORM=DTPWEA

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Hamilton%2C+Bermuda+weather&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Washington+D.C.+weather&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=New+York%2C+New+York+weather&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Nantucket%2C+Mass.+weather&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Boston%2C+Mass.+weather&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Montreal%2C+Quebec+weather&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Chicago%2C+Illinois+weather&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF

http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Minneapolis+St.+Paul%2C+Minnesota+weather&go=&qs=ds&form=FDNF

Watch it get colder the next few days.  CIO 

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 8:10 P.M.  On Channel 13 PBS last week's episode of Downton Abby came on at 8 P.M., and the new episode will come on at 9 P.M. for all of you fans of the British aristocracy.  Of course they could do a version of the old aristocracy in the United States of America and broadcast it in Europe.  CIO 

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 7:50 P.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I sat outside for a while to see if there are any polar bears around.  I briefed a couple neighbors on the upcoming colder weather.  I suppose the Starbucks illuminati downtown have a different perspective.  CIO

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 6:55 P.M.  I will now shower and clean up.

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http://www.llbean.com/llb/search/?freeText=union+suit&init=1   CIO

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 6:00 P.M.  Baby clothes Infant Boys Hagan Jacket

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I heard from a friend that works for the Brazilian Tourist Authority, and it is 100 degrees Fahrenheit in Sao Paulo, Brazil http://www.bing.com/weather/search?q=Sao%20Paulo%2c%20Brazil%20temperature&unit=F&qpvt=Sao+Paulo%2c+Brazil+temperature&FORM=DTPWEA CIO

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 4:10 P.M.  I woke up at 3 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                   

End of Scott's Notes week of 01/19/14

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 4:40 A.M.  I will now send out my weekly notes.  I will then shut down the primary work computer.  I will then eat a muffin, and I will go to bed.  CIO

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 2:35 A.M.  Probably does not work for Fat people Squatty Potty Ecco 7 inch for $24.95 plus free shipping on over $35 order.

$17.99 with free shipping SYBA CL-SPK20149 Rated Speaker power: 2 x 2.5W RMS 17" Wide Compact Yet Powerful Speaker Bar for TV's, PC's, and Laptop, USB Powered

I bought $10.99 with free shipping Rosewill RFS-108 8 port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet   CIO  

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 12:35 A.M.  When gasoline was around $2 a gallon, I used to be able to afford to cruise around at night and in the early morning hours a bit.  However, that is out of the question anymore.  I noticed at rush house yesterday evening, there is still a lot of traffic on U.S. 1 and I-95, but after 8 P.M., there was no traffic downtown on Greenwich Avenue.  However, there were a lot of parked cars around the restaurants, so people are still going out to dinner.  I noticed during my walk yesterday at the location just south of the Harvest Restaurant on lower Greenwich Avenue where Hagen Daz ice cream store use to be, there is now a woman's dress shop.  CIO 

<888> 01/19/14 Sunday 12:20 A.M.  I ate 8 ounces Purdue chicken Italian strips and steamed baby carrots cut into quarters lengthwise and broccoli crowns and 12 ounces of Stop and Shop 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.  CIO    

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 11:10 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  I made 230 Premier Lights 100 MM filter Peter Stokkebye Turkish pipe tobacco cigarettes while watching "The Iron Lady".  CIO  

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 7:55 P.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I moved the Volvo wagon to its usual place.  I did not get any mail today.  I noticed yesterday, when I was at CVS on Greenwich Avenue in their electronics department, they had one or two Kidd carbon monoxide detectors for $30 regular price and with the CVS 20% off coupon this week from the CVS card machine it would be 20% less plus tax or about $28.  I will now make cigarettes.  I enjoy going downtown on Greenwich Avenue for a walk on warmer days in the winter, but it is a major change of focus from my regular internet activity and apartment maintenance.  CIO

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 6:50 P.M.  Bao Bao, National Zoo's Giant Panda Cub, Meets Her Adoring Public  CIO

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 6:25 P.M.  I will now shower and clean up.  CIO

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 6:15 P.M.  Dell C1660w Color Wireless Laser Printer $85 + Free Shipping  CIO 

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 5:35 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> 01/18/14 Saturday 4:15 P.M.  I woke up at 3:30 P.M..  I chatted with a friend.  For the friend I ordered 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.  Next week when one of the two orders arrives, the friend will come down and pick up his two and pay me for the order.  The friend has rental properties.  As of the first of the year in Connecticut Carbon Monoxide detectors are required in rental properties. http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/investigations/LWRD-New-Law-Requires-Smoke-and-CO-Detectors-236142361.html .   Carbon Monoxide is a heavy gas, so I do not think one put the detectors on the ceiling, but lower down where the gas might linger.

A change in leadership at Greenwich Library   CIO

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 6:00 A.M.  I have done a little bit of research on http://www.amaana.org/agakhan/bd12.htm on the internet.  Since his family helped start the www.un.org , he has kept a presence in the New York area for a long time.  It says his grandfather had his own state in India, and by today values, his grandfather was worth $165 billion.  Thus if they did not give it all away to charity, more than likely he has other investments in this country.  His roommate at www.harvard.edu was Adlai Stevenson III whose father was at the UN and also ran for President.  Adlai Stevenson's farm area in Libertville, Illinois is now http://www.mettawa.org/ where www.hsbc.com is headquartered in this country.  Thus more than likely somewhere out there in the wood work, he has lawyers, accountants, public relations people, and the other employees that are needed to keep one's house in order. I was told he might have up to 600 different homes worldwide, so he probably travels a lot in his job.  Since he is legally a Swiss Citizen, it is my guess; he might show up at Davos http://www.weforum.org/ this coming week.  I guess if he wanted to show up at the http://www.sochi2014.com/en , that the people from Moscow with the largest number of billionaires in the world might know how to entertain him.  From what I know the last public relations I have read on him in the American Media was about three years ago, when he visited Atlanta and San Antonio.  I will now shut down my primary work computer, and I will go to bed soon.  I ate a ounce of almonds.  I will not eat a Greek yogurt before going to bed.  Yogurt although very expensive, if one buys it in the grocery store, when it is cheaper to make at home, has a lots of enzymes that are good for the digestion.  CIO    

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 5:05 A.M.  Tracking is 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.

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Study doubts quantum computer speed

Worst year ever for SA rhino poaching

If one reads the fine print here http://www.celebheights.com/s/Adolf-Hitler-2572.html , it says Adolph Hitler was 5 foot 2 inches tall.  I once read that Joseph Stalin was 5 foot 6 inches tall, but here https://www.google.com/#q=How+tall+was+Mao+Tse+Tung , it says he was five foot eight inches tall, and Mao Zedong was five foot eleven inches and Vladimir Lenin was five foot five inches.  Here it says Franklin Roosevelt was 6 foot 2 inches tall and some of his associates were shorter.  http://www.catalogs.com/info/bestof/top-10-list-of-famous-tall-men-in-the-white-house .  Aparently North Americans over generation eat more wheat which makes people taller and people in the southern hemisphere eat more corn meal which makes them shorter.  I am not sure what grains the European politicians eat.  They are taller in the Midwest of America, so by Midwest standards at 6 feet tall and 235 pound I am average to smaller.  CIO      

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 3:35 A.M.  I setup the Glade Air Freshener machine.  I put it on every 36 minutes.  I set it on top of the Abit computer aimed towards the center of the living room.  One can not set it to off, and just press the manual button in back.  It has to be set to one of the three intervals of 9, 18, or 36 minutes.  CIO

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 3:10 A.M.  When I got home, I was a little dehydrated.  I have been drinking since arriving home three 12 ounce glasses of 50% punch and 50% Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO 

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 2:25 A.M.  I ate a turkey and ham and Swiss cheese sandwich on 15 grain whole grain bread with Hellmann's olive oil mayonnaise and Uta wavy potato chips and a dill pickle slice and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO 

<888> 01/18/14 Saturday 12:30 A.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I went to my 1:30 P.M. appointment.  I then went downtown, and I chatted with www.geico.com at 1-800-42GEICO, and they did not know with they an app for the Nokia Windows 8 phone.  I chatted with them about other business. I then walked the entire length of Greenwich Avenue and the train station area.  I stopped by the www.apple.com computer store, and I checked out my new web site design on one of their Ipads, and the web site works just fine on it.  I stopped by Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors and Morello restaurant and Restoration Hardware Store and the TD Bank.  I stopped by Zaras.  I stopped by Saks Fifth Avenue.  I stopped by the Greenwich Hardware store and also Marmot.  I went by CVS, and I bought a Glade Automatic Spray Glade Automatic Spray Starter Clean Linen, 6.20-Ounce   for $5 and a refill can Glade Automatic Spray Refill-Clean Linen-6.2 oz  for it for $5 and .63 tax for $10.63 total.  They were clearance items.  I stopped by the AT&T store and the plastic printer store.  I went back by CVS, but recently they seem to have their bathroom locked up.  I stopped by the www.chase.com bank next to Saks Fifth Avenue.  I stopped by Jack Wills.  I stopped by the French scarf shop Hermes and the Greenwich Cigar Store.  I used the bathroom at the Senior and the Arts Center.  I sat out for a long while.  I played an Ace's High scratch card for a dollar at Zen Stationary, but I lost.  I used the bathroom at Starbucks.  I chatted with a Brazilian livery driver.  He told me the Sprint store in Riverside next to the Japanese grocery store sells a Samsung Galaxy tablet for $50 and their is a two year contract for wireless at $15 a month which includes 2 gigabytes of data a month.  His livery service if Luiz Car Service 1-203-504-0833 and he is the drive Gus and his email is "gusiaccino@yahoo.com" , and he claims he will drive customers anywhere.  He speaks English very well.  I then drove over to the Sprint Store in Riverside, and I chatted with one of their Mexican staff members.  I then went by Staples in Old Greenwich, and I bought two 3 packs of clamp binders for $8.29 each and $1.05 tax for $17.63 total.  I chatted with one of their staff members about tech.  I then went by Radio Shack in Cos Cob, and I browsed their store until closing at 8 P.M..  I then went by the www.shell.com gasoline station at 83 East Putnam Avenue, and I chatted with their part Nigerian attendant.  I bought $13 of midgrade 89 octane with a dime a gallon off with my Stop and Shop card $4.259 a gallon for 3.052 gallons for 37.9 local miles driving since Friday December 27, 2013 at odometer reading of 107447 miles for 12.419 miles per gallon in local traffic.  I then went back downtown, and I chatted with a relative on my wireless telephone.  I chatted with two locals at www.starbucks.com .  I then went by the A&P Fresh, and I bought three 8 ounce packages of Purdue Short Cuts for $10 and each package had a $2 off coupon, a two pound bag of baby carrots for $3.49, and broccoli crowns for $1.99 a pound for $1.19 for $8.68 total.  I then returned home, and I picked up the mail.  I chatted with a neighbor.  CIO

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