These are some stupid things I’ve been thinking about recently. As I’m sitting here thinking of these things to write down, there are quite loud bangs going on outside. I’m not sure what the bangs are for, as it is not near midnight. However the sorts of people who seem to find fulfillment in loud noises are probably also the sorts to find that fulfillment at whatever time of day. They are just glad of the excuse for a holiday with which to cause extreme vibrations to reverberate through the air. I hope actually that this is what it is, because I would hate that these noises are caused by a shotgun or a canon or a home invasion or something of that ilk. This would be not good.
My cat is bulimic. If she’s gone bulimic to lose weight, it’s not working: she’s fat. Actually, the truth isn’t that she is bulimic, but that she is an irrepressible glutton who gorges on her food and doesn’t bother chewing it. This causes her to vomit all of it back up, whereupon she heads back immediately to the food dish for more. I have begun to believe she was a starving alley cat in a past life or something, the way she eats. And she has always been that way, for as long as I have known her, which has been since she was six weeks old. Glutton. Bulimic glutton.
It used to be when I typed in WordPress, I could option delete back to delete an entire word. They have changed something and now I can’t do that. I must write to support and ask why because it is really annoying not to be able to do it.
About a month and a half ago, there was a story in the Oregonian about how personal care and cosmetic products are basically unregulated. It cited many multiple ingredients in these products that can give you cancer and ultimately kill you. A spokesperson for the industry was quoted as saying that the industry does not need to be regulated because the products are all safe; no one has gotten sick or died from personal care products. The Oregonian left it at that. I thought the reporter should have pushed this point, although the article was probably written by the AP and not a human here and reporting in that manner is pretty shoddy. In any case, this statement was pure foolishness. All sorts of cancers have increased exponentially. Breast cancer continues to increase. Autism is at an all-time high. We have millions of people with all sorts of increasing physical ailments putting known toxins into their bodies by an industry that is virtually unregulated, and their representative claims there is no evidence these products cause harm? How about some long term studies to back up that claim, hmmm? That would be nice.