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Marilee J. Layman

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07:37 pm: Changing Plans

I was due for labs on Tuesday, but planned to get them today after I took the trash & recycling out. I realized last night that I hurt a lot, it was supposed to be cold and rainy, and I would be getting to bed late again, so I shifted those to tomorrow. I watched TV, read the paper, made iced tea, washed cat blankies, and got to bed to read at 3:30am. I got very sleepy at one point, but I wasn't far from the end of the book so I read until 6:30am. I came down and got the paper and watched a bit of early news with Spirit. (The news a day or so ago had that a couple trapped an almost-starved little girl -- would have died in a week -- in a cage and this morning the couple says they did it because she had Down Syndrome and MS and was too much trouble. I wonder how accurate that will turn out to be. There was a baby buried in their yard, too.)

I went to bed to sleep at 7am and woke up at 4:30pm. I've just read the front pages of the paper sections and been online so far. I'm going to see about getting to bed earlier tonight.

Sony had a second breach and isn't attending the hearing at the House.

The CDC reminds those of us over 50 years old that we need to heat cold cuts, lunch meat, hot dogs, etc. to over 165F to kill listeria. I don't eat those things, but I wonder how many people would actually heat them up.

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From:mjlayman
Date:May 5th, 2011 10:21 pm (UTC)

Re: Hot cold cuts

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I know, it seems a bit odd. I don't usually buy cold cuts or lunch meat because they turn weird before I eat them. I'm not a big sandwich eater. I don't eat hot dogs at all. When I was a little girl and we went to enlisted picnics, I brought a bit of cheese in foil because they only had hot dogs.
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Date:May 5th, 2011 10:03 pm (UTC)
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Nice parents. Sheesh!
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From:mjlayman
Date:May 5th, 2011 10:22 pm (UTC)
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Yeah, and neighbors who knew them said they never heard or heard of the girl.
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