One thing I do like about Bernice is her sense of humor.
If his duplicate is calling the original “Calvin” then what is he calling himself?
The tiny specks of broken-down plastic are pretty horrible as well, as they get gobbled up by wildlife. A trail about a mile from Lake Ontario that I’ve been walking for years that used to be pristine is now sprinkled all over with that stuff.
The beach itself is littered with plastic, especially balloons. Please stop with the balloons, in addition to the straws and ridiculous amount of plastic in packaging.
OK maybe it’s not a duplicator but credit due nonetheless for inventing the world’s first Personality Splitter machine.
Someone please buy him the game “Operation”.
Hey Scotty — beam me up too please, and make it stat!
Great minds, I was just about to post that same Marley quote. And yes please, I would!
My mistake, you are right. I was confusing what I thought I had remembered from past research, about the distinction between grass grains such as wheat, barley, rye etc, versus buckwheat and quinoa. The distinction is that the latter are not grasses… not that they are seeds. And yeah, that article turned out to be bogus, how embarassing to learn I quoted an article that claims peanuts are nuts…. serves me right for such a quick online check to prove my incorrect point.
But I still stand behind my opinion that buckwheat & quinoa are far better for one’s health regardless of if one has been diagnosed as gluten sensitive.
Best book I’ve ever read on what foods are really good for you, is “Food: What the Heck Should I Eat” by Mark Hyman, MD
“Difference Between Seeds and Grains. A seed is defined as an embryonic plant covered in a seed coat, often containing some food. It is formed from the ripened ovule of plants after fertilization. … A grain is a small edible fruit, usually hard on the outside, harvested from grassy crops.”
Also, non-celiac gluten intolerance is incredibly under-diagnosed, and one of the main underlying causes for most if not all autoimmune conditions.