Ok I am not a computer geek but my simple mind does have computer like command processing abilities.
I put a mirror (face down) under the bed to shield myself from “things” emanating from the earth… spirits that are preventing me from getting a good night’s sleep. The reflection will send them back to where ever they came from. Fall River?
I have “restless leg syndrome” and take medication that keeps me awake…huh?
Could you wipe that smerk off your face now.
Does anyone sleep more than four hours a night? It seems that, in my circle of friends, relatives and aquaintences, no one does. So why not just accept it.
I recently talked to someone who had returned from the Doctor and was told “it’s all in the numbers” (your age). As with the “Bone Setter” and Herman the pig …see (click on)
I sometimes take the “road less traveled” attempting to cut the numbers.
…so if the “Bone Setter” and modern medicine ain’t donin it why not try…
Pronunciation: hō′mē-ō-thār′ă-pē, -thār-ă-pyū′tiks
Treatment or prevention of a disease using the principles of homeopathy.
Homeopathy, a 200-year-old tradition from Germany, is based on two principles: “like cures like” and “law of infinitesimals,” stating that medicine becomes stronger as it is diluted. Miniscule amounts of, say, poison ivy can cure a rash; snake venom can cure joint stiffness.
Always carry a flagon of whiskey in case of snakebite and furthermore always carry a small snake. W.C. Fields
The solutions in homeopathic medicine are often diluted to the point that there is no medicine in the medicine.
Although homeopathic medicines are sold in health food stores and at high-end groceries, homeopathy is largely considered quackery. No scientific evidence supports its use; the theory of how homeopathy could work is beyond the realm of known physics.
This odd assertion, beyond known laws of physics, supports this bizarre healing tradition, which is to the left of the laws of reason. The scientists claim that water can remember a substance mixed in it after the substance has been removed and, as a result, the water becomes therapeutic.
Mirror, mirror under the bed….
I have heard that people will place a mirror face up underneath their bed to help battle insomnia. The reasoning is that the mirror will draw the bed down towards the mirror and allow the insomniac to be pulled into sleep. My homeotherapist instructed me to place it face down to protect against evil spirits while my legs do an Irish step dance.
… and his sleep solution is quite simple ” The best cure for insomnia is to get a lot of sleep.”
It’s 3AM and I am going to check on my mirror placement. I believe images of the Republic of Cambridge, Massachusetts are coming through. Now talk about evil.