It’s hard for me to decide which one would come first! But! Here goes in no specific order!
Look into ways to conserve all our natural resources. Even if it means recycling used water but to have it processed and filtered better than it went out through the tap. Put a moratorium on fracking. As far as I am concerned! There is not enough through research on it. More alleged problems than it solves. To come up with a better National health care plan the current one.
Even though some if not most of us! Do not wake up to Industrial air pollution. It stilled needs to be right up there with the rest of them. Clearly! The key to this world! Is recycling all things! Ever since civilization began. It was there! In time we used it and did not bother to think nothing of it. Now! We have to do what we have to do. Or later down the road. It will become either a hot commodity to a point that it will be on a first come! First serve basis. Or the good old black market will have it but at a much bigger price and who knows what might be in the water? Or! Take what one has so that we can live on it too!
I just hope that! We do not see ourselves in a situation where we may have to live without what we got used to live with.
To filter public assistance! Yes! There are people who are in need of it! But! There are those who are always on the take of any if not every kind and type of assistance since it does not come out of their pocket. I was told by one person who worked a food pantry place for the low income. She said she could not give out what the Federal poverty level because she had found that when she did! They would come back under the income level. She got onto their game quick!
Wars! Sends chills up and down the spines of one and all! The question comes into mind: “How do you stop a poor man’s war?” Do what we are doing now? We will not see the end of groups like ISIS! There will be others. No doubt!
The eradication of “POLITICAL CORRECTNESS”! And replace it to bring back “COMMON SENSE”! LOOK IT UP! IT’S A WORD/PHRASE!
In the 80’s! I watched the then WWF now WWE. Since a company that transmits cable via microwave rooftop antenna. At that time! The weekly program came from then WOR-TV from N.J.. Every Saturday I was glued to the set. Even back then it was not so much acrobatics as has been for many years. The WWF was more a family oriented type of show. Can anyone remember the merchandise they sold on their show?
It was not until WCW began really giving (From this point on WWE) the WWE a run for its money! Then! We saw Monday night RAW! Then Smackdown then Saturday night’s main event on NBC! And then lots of PPV’s along the way.
The wrestlers would go back and fourth from one major org. To the other. Then when WCW was gone! The WWE kept up rather well with its superstars. Hulk Hogan! Who could not love that guy? But! I found that over many matches. His moves were what can only be called “Choreographed!”. He would started out like a house afire! Then fizz! Then lit back up! Then fizzed again! Eventually he always won!
Other wrestlers! “Stone cold” Steve Austin, “The rock”, Randy Savage, “Nature Boy” Rick Flair, and then some!
But after WCW went bye-bye! There went the competitiveness, the excitement among the two “Power Houses”. During that time! The storylines were not that big of a deal. Now! They are.
Even while it was known as the WWF! Each match had a time limit! Now a days! None!
Let me make this clear! I still love the wrestlers on the WWF! But! Do they have to go at it almost every night! In almost every match! Get so winded that you see them just trying to get a little breather! It is my understanding that they are Independent Contractors responsible for all expenses.
This will give you some idea: http://prowrestling.about.com/od/whatsrealwhatsfake/a/wrestlersdeaths.htm
If the industry still wants to keep them. There has to be something more as well as some extra time among traveling from town to town. And yes! Time zone to time zone.
As I said! I love watching it! But! Not at the expense of wrestlers health!
Over the Labor day wknd.
I lost a small amount of hair.
Now! I am 58 Yrs. old.
And I guess it must be time for fall (Loss of hair)!
I do consider myself lucky!
As compared to my dad when he was about 40 Yrs. old.
His hair was receding and it looked like (I kid you not!) A part of a man’s equipment!
Until Labor,day! I did have some,“Vacant lots” I could cover over.
But I am slowly coming to grips with the loss.
I never thought of it!
But! It is like the loss of a friend.
What I mean is.
All my years! My hair was No two in my life.
No.1! My freedom!
In my days.
If I could find a good barber!
My hair looked good.
With my vacant lots.
I was able to cover one side by combing over the top strands of hair without having to what other guys did.
Keep moving the part over & over & over!
But when a stylist did my hair even if I did tell them about my vacant lots!
And that I wanted it exactly the way I have it now.
They would still screw it up!
And these are stylist’s?
LTD.Time in Congress! No time in Gov’t.!
And they want to if not thinking about running for President???????