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Friday, August 14, 2015

Remember when hooking up might get you pregnant?

If you are in the over 40 crowd, hooking up and Internet dating can get painful. Nevermind Tinder causing hook-up syndrome because it does not, we cause ourselves hook-up drama.

 The article “In Search of Nursemaid, No Internet Boos Allowed” seems to agree. (Tinder is not saying they agree, I am saying I agree.)
Internet dating for the aged is different that it is for the younger crowd. We see time progression in our profile pics and we may become physically injured during a hook-up. Is the participant in the hook-up required to call the paramedics or is it understood that it is the decent thing to do?

How would one contact next-of-kin if the hospital won't let you in the room because you are not married or related? What if the hook-up was underinsured or uninsured? Do you offer to pay for a hospital stay or urgent care as if it were dinner? How does all of that work during a hook-up? Remember when the greatest worry about hooking-up was pregnancy and stalking?
My other funny articles may be found at examiner.

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Whassup wit dem Internet boos?

Pu^^y on the table?

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Friday, July 10, 2015

Read my newest essay about Internet dating after 40

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Floyd Mayweather ... Witnessed Murder-Suicide on FaceTime

Floyd Mayweather ... Witnessed Murder-Suicide on FaceTime

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P. Diddy 'kicks the s--- out of' Drake at Miami Beach club: sources

P. Diddy 'kicks the s--- out of' Drake at Miami Beach club: sources

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Ebola fears prompt Trinidad Carnival commission to contemplate postponing 2015 celebrations - CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes

Anyone planning to attend 2015 Carnival festivities should call ahead before making travel plans.

Ebola fears prompt Trinidad Carnival commission to contemplate postponing 2015celebrations CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes

 "As the agency charged with the responsibility of presenting and managing Carnival activities held under the aegis of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, we have taken an active role and will work alongside our partners to spare no effort in ensuring that Ebola does not reach our shores or that if it does, it is contained.

The NCC wishes to reassure the public that we are working closely with all our stakeholders and will provide timely updates as it relates to the preparation of Carnival 2015.

Should you require additional information, please feel free to contact me at or 622-4800 or Mr. Kevon Gervais, Manager, Corporate Communications at or 622-1670 ext. 409."

—According to a press release on the Trinidad Carnival Commission

Ban on West African nationals coming to Caribbean Islands. Do you agree? - CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes

Ban on West African nationals coming to Caribbean Islands. Do you agree? - CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes (Sign up. It's worth it.)

"St. Vincent and the Grenadines has placed a ban on nationals from Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Guinea, entering the island, as Caribbean countries continue to put in place measures to deal with a possible outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in the region. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said that the measure was taken given the lack of infrastructure on the island to deal with the Ebola virus for which there is no known cure."
Read more:

"Melting pot: At University College London, advice has been circulated telling students to call emergency services if they develop headache, diarrhea or vomiting within three weeks of arriving back in Britain." Read more:

"Fears: The Postgraduate Statistics Centre at Lancaster University, where cleaners have

been warned to watch out for body fluids when cleaning the bathrooms in halls of residence housing West African students." Read more:

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

You ain't got the answers: Kanye West talks fashion struggles, who is the no. 1 rapper on Sway in the Morning radio show

Kanye West gets real with Sway in the morning  I GET KANYE BUT WE AIN'T GOT THE ANSWERS. I understand what he is saying and he is correct. However, he has to pray as a Christian, to find his way. Sway is telling him to do things from scratch and Kanye is saying he shouldn't have to come up the rough side of the mountain at his current level and status. What he should do is collaborate and form a collective of people in his peer group, and go from there. However, this action will take enormous levels of cooperation within the collaboration. He has to create his own platform to control the means of production in his fashion arena. And then he should write songs about his struggles. People need to catch this, what he is saying, because we all face these barriers as we expand and make and achieve our highest goals.
Kanye West is a genius.

Monday, November 18, 2013

Chi town steppin' courtesy of Jay Word-Play Williams (thanks)

Monday, October 07, 2013

Seniors need the right activities, Geriatric Activities Should be Appropriate to Ability

Leisure time activities for the elderly blind take research and planning. A changing social order and longer life expectancy call for planned and sustained activity schedules that meet the needs of elderly blind citizens. Therapy can assist the blind elderly in staying both active and safe in the Washington, D.C. area.                                                                        
Downtown Cluster's Geriatric Day Care Center, located in downtown Washington DC, offers art therapy for the elderly blind. As far back as the late seventies, art therapy has been used to exercise the mind and bolster self-esteem of elderly individuals, writes Jean Ellen Jones in an article entitled, "Art and the Elderly: An Annotated Bibliography of Research and Planning."

Some may feel as if art therapy isn't appropriate for the blind elderly citizen but sensory stimulation and enhancing existing skills is essential, according to Art Beyond Sight, a non-profit organization. 

Regional Senior Development Centers

The staff at Downtown Cluster's Geriatric Day Care Center, appear to agree. They say art therapy is offered for blind elderly patients because it is an alternative path of expression.
"Art therapy helps participants tap into their abilities and strengths at a time in their lives when they are often reminded of losses and deficits," they write.

Downtown Cluster's Geriatric Day Care Center
926 11th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202-347-7527
Fax: 202-347-6983
Music Therapy
Sunrise Senior Living offers music therapy at two locations in the form of sing-a-longs, dancing, name that tune and live entertainment. The Sunrise Senior Living staff feel as if music is a "familiar and universal language... nurtures the spirit and reminds...(the residents)" of better days.

The American Music Therapy Association web site says when music is used in a way that accomplishes a goal of therapy, it is then considered music therapy. It helps with "memory loss, general wellness, stress, pain management, communication, expression of feelings and helps with physical rehabilitation."
It is especially good for the elderly blind geriatric citizens.

Sunrise Senior Living
5901 MacArthur Boulevard, NW
Washington, DC 20016
United States
tel: 202-729-9979
fax: 202-895-2928


5111 Connecticut Avenue
Washington, DC 20008
United States
Phone: 202-966-8020
FAX: 202-966-8044
Physical Therapy
Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home located in Washington D.C. offers physical therapy. They involve staff, residents and family in a "team" approach to geriatric activities for the blind elderly. Outings as physical therapy are available too. Stoddard's summer schedule in Washington, D.C. includes trips to flea markets and area churches. The sounds, smells and feel experienced on an outing are used in therapy. Additionally, an exercise group is a regular feature at Stoddard.

"Falling is a common and serious problem for the elderly," writes physical therapist John R. Mishock, DC, MPT, in a November 2009 Mercury newspaper article,
"Physical Therapy for Fall Prevention in the Elderly."

Using a the Stoddard physical therapy staff to assess fall risk or to help heal from a fall is a good activity in which to engage the blind elderly.

Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home
1818 Newton St.
Washington, DC 20010

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