90% of manuscripts submitted are fiction. 90% of what actually gets published is non-fiction, last time I was paying attention to such statistics about a dozen years ago. On the other hand, if it’s a comic book I’ll buy it for us and for our young grandkids to read.
I wonder how many teachers will have this printed out in their rooms, because of course he’s describing school itself.
Silk handwashes but then many types of it need steam ironing—which not only irons it but brings the shine back. Even wild silk (ie silk from oak moths rather than mulberry) which has more of a cotton and matte texture to it will pick up a little shine with a steam ironing. Careful not to overdo, though; all silk scorches easily, so keep the temp low. Silk dupioni is created by having pairs of silk worms criss-crossing as they spin their cocoons (one reason why it’s expensive) so it’s not particularly soft but it’s less likely to need to be ironed and it’s a strong fabric. Keep silk out of the dryer, though—it’s weak when it’s wet and that’s too much friction against the fibers, it’ll age it fast.
Almost made me cry. And if you’re writing this because you lost your cat, I’m so sorry. And grateful. This was straight to the heart.
Fox itself requires everybody who enters their building to have proof of vaccination. Anything any of their people say on-air to cast doubt on the covid vaccines is lying, a complete hypocrite, and demonstrating that they don’t care if you suffer or die, all they care about is ratings and their paychecks.
That’s an anechoic chamber, and no hearing test is accurate unless it’s done in one.
Oh if only, it would be so wonderful. They’re only noisy about the one right now.
My grandkids, ages 2-10, will never know what chicken pox is.
Madonna in the ’80s!