Wednesday, January 13, 2010

“Happy Days Are Here Again” and Harry Reid

Journal entry 1/11/10: Weight = 172.8 lbs (sixth day in a row of weight reduction, you have to like those digit scales that weight in 1/5ths of a lb); Coinage = $.48, 13 pennies, 1 nickel, 3 dimes; Glass bottles retrieved = 11, Ground scores = 9 ( one being a cassette tape for my car collection, Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue on one side and Revel’s Bolero on the other).

Journal entry 1/12/10: Weight = 173.8 (weight up thanks to a “calorie in the bank” splurge); Coinage = $.33 but one wheat, 18 pennies, 1 nickel, one dime (two nice two penny curb scatters); Ground scores = 6; Glass bottles = 7

Journal entry 1/13/10: Weight = 173.8 lbs; Coinage = $1.30, 60 pennies, 4 nickels, 5 dimes; Glass bottles = 2; Ground scores = 6 (one like new Office Depot desk chair with two broken casters easily replaced from Office Depot, Ms MoneyWalker wants it if the casters are forthcoming.)

Feature Entry: “Happy Days Are Here Again” and Harry Reid

The coinage is down, but there is one piece of great news. Ms. MoneyWalker, the person that provides the moral center for this blog and all other aspects of the MoneyWalker's lifestyle and daily behavior. By moral center I mean the core set of behaviors and ethics that are all things good and true. Yesterday she shared a research article that will change my life forever.

The article, something she just blurred out without intention, provided evidence that web searching for one hour each day helps delay aspects related to dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. It seems that the active use of brain cells used during the searches helps prevent synapse deterioration and other critical brain function.

Think about it, if one hour is good, how much more good will two or even three hours a day provide. And what about Freecell, Solitaire, and Minesweeper, these games must be even better—and all now played guilt free. "Yes, dear I'll wash the car just as soon as I finish this web search of how Jay Leno's return to his regular late night spot will increase the ratings of NBC."

No her gaff will not rank with Harry Reid’s recent misspeak, or NBC's decision to take Jay into prime-time, but to borrow from the Dem’s favorite song, “Happy Days Are Here Again.”
Happy days are here again
The skies above are clear again
So let’s sing a song of cheer again
Happy days are here again
Altogether shout it now
There’s no one
Who can doubt it now
So let’s tell the world about it now
Happy days are here again.


1 comment:

  1. Wow, I will live to be 150! Thanks to Mrs. MoneyWalker!

    And speaking of the internet, have you taken the Vitality Compass test? You can find it at:

    (If that link doesn't work just google Vitality Compass.)