But seriously, how about trying wimp.com? I just found it today after a boredom fit, and I've been entertained for the past hour and a half now. Apparently they've got the best videos on the web collected there. Lots of fun
The government sponsored a germ warfare laboratory on Plum Island, New York that is ultimately responsible for the Lyme disease epidemic in the US, West Nile epidemic and the deaths of hundreds of people. The reason? Security breech and denial. They are still trying to hide it.
Lyme and tick borne diseases are being ignored by an elite group of medical professionals (IDSA) and passed off as "hard to get, easy to cure" and cured after only 2-4 weeks antibiotics, when this couldn't be further from the truth. This small group of "experts" controls the treatment guideline and protocol for the disease.
The test for Lyme Disease is less than 40% accurate and the doctors are using it to diagnose the disease when it's been clearly stated by the CDC that Lyme is a clinical diagnosis and the test was made only for surveillance purposes.
Lyme disease is an epidemic and being ignored. Over 300,000 cases a year; more than AIDS. If you've been told you have Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or possibly Lupus, it could very probably be Lyme (Borrelia burgdorferi)
You asked for something controversial, you got it. This bacteria is spreading rapidly and it disables. It's here: believe it!
Watch this true documentary on Hulu; "Under Our Skin"
Here's one fun suggestion from my childhood. Draw several lines on the sidewalk with chalk and assign a point value to each line. Give the kids and adults watermelon and while they enjoy their slice also...
yes I know I have 2 hubs of things to do when bored but I don't feel like doing any of those...I'm in a rut per say...and bored bored bored.I want to write but I don't want to write. I want to read but don't want to...
Knew I hadn't been my old self, darnit. Dragged out, muscle fatigue, exhaustion, inability to sleep. Finally had blood tests done. Doc said I was positive for one of the antibodies of Lyme. I gotta find an...