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COA: This weblog has moved
This weblog, long on hiatus, will now reside on the home page of AnitaRowland.com. I hope to see you there, and do say hi!
Monday, October 1, 2001, 02:05 p.m.
Compile -o- rama
Pam Stucky collects posts to a local Seattle mailing list, the NWR (non-web-related) list. She kindly compiles the info and posts it to her site! Lots of topics, about business, restaurant recommends, health, investing.... Lots of this is Seattle-specific, but there's plenty of general-interest material, too.
Tuesday, May 22, 2001, 05:26 p.m.
Nude Parade Bicycling
Every year, at the fantastic Fremont Arts Council Solstice Parade, some folks streak the parade on bikes. Should this continue? The police are down on the parade organizers, though those people don't control the bikers and can't stop them. Have you ever done something like that?
Tuesday, May 15, 2001, 01:02 p.m.
After a House Fire
Would you know what to do after a fire is put out in your dwelling? We had a fire in my building this morning, and they've already got a specialty fire and water damage restoration company working.
Monday, May 14, 2001, 04:49 p.m.
All About Gloves
I think gloves should make a comeback as a fashion item! "For night-time drama, wear long gloves with bracelets (never rings) over them."
Thursday, May 10, 2001, 03:55 p.m.
Sleep Apnea FAQ
Do you have a sweetie who snores? Don't ignore this! It could be a sympton of sleep apnea: "Think about it: is something that makes you stop breathing something you consider to not be dangerous? It has also been linked to high blood pressure and to increased chances of heart disease, stroke, and irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmias). Unfortunately, not all of the long-term effects of untreated sleep apnoea are known, but specialists generally agree that the effects are harmful. If nothing else, the continual lack of quality sleep can affect your life in many ways including depression, irritability, loss of memory, lack of energy, a high risk of auto and workplace accidents, and many other problems. This is not something to ignore or trifle with. While it isn't usually immediately dangerous, don't take it lightly. If you think it will go away by itself - don't. It won't."
Wednesday, May 2, 2001, 01:43 p.m.
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