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Except that you do have to watch the expiration dates of some drugs. That should be pointed out in the article. This is from the Harvard University site http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/drug-expiration-dates-do-they-mean-anything

It's true the effectiveness of a drug may decrease over time, but much of the original potency still remains even a decade after the expiration date. Excluding nitroglycerin, insulin, and liquid antibiotics, most medications are as long-lasting as the ones tested by the military.
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I love this post! Especially since the people who make the Action Trackchair (which is what this one is) are good friends. Sending them a link to the video!!
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I read "George Washington's Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the American Revolution" sometime this last year and was startled to find the descriptions of Manhattan there- green, wooded areas, farms, swamps- in short, much like what the beginning of this article describes. Obviously, it hasn't been one sprawling metropolis forever...but I had never really thought about much before.
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I doubt it's harder than I think. However, having looked at this and seeing the pic of Green Boots and reading the accompanying bit there, I'm now nearly physically ill. I like living too much to think about doing something like this! And I have a pretty decent, happy, eventful, interesting- keep picking nice adjectives, they'll work- life without Everest. I will keep smiling and loving my life ThankYouVeryMuch!!! ;)
Interesting article, by the way!
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Well we had a student parking lot (back in the 80's in Indiana) but no reserved spots. Lot was always full. And I have almost no other memories of that parking lot! I guess it was pretty straight forward and unremarkable!
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My mom always used a pressure cooker for canning and taught me how (after I was in my teens and AFTER she'd instilled a healthy respect and a bit of fear in me about it). And we never had any disasters. But I, too, am scared of them and happy enough to do things some other way now! My favorite is also the slow cooker now. And for canning? Water bath and seal or oven- both work well.
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Several years ago, some friends and I were visiting the old town of Krakow, Poland. There was a man buscing- playing guitar and singing. He was really good and had quite an audience...and he was singing 'Sweet Home Alabama'- only he was singing in Polish! Loved it!
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