I Read the News Today. Oh, Boy.

Time again to catch up on recent news items that affect you and your wellbeing.

And don’t let the bedbugs bite. If you’re one of millions of travelers heading out on the road for vacation this summer and plan to stop at a motel, you’ve likely already heard horror stories about bedbugs. We’re told to inspect for telltale signs of infestation: black smudges in the cracks of mattresses, etc. But investigators have found that the number one dirtiest item in a motel room is the TV remote. More nasty bacteria were found on that item than on any other. Next were the bedside light switches. For the remote, a simple solution is to carry a clear plastic Ziploc…

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Cosmic Forecast, July 12-July 18

Well, here comes Mercury retrograde — ’til August 8th. Keep your sense of humor. The next Cazimi New Moon rises just before midnight next Wednesday, the 18th. That’s when you/we should gather all our magique in a basket and make a wish. See you in dreams…
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d CANCER (6.22-7.22)  The Moon is twice as important ’til the New Moon on the Cancer/Leo cusp, late on July 18th. This should culminate a very magical month for you and all you cherish. Spread the love while la Luna resides in Taurus, ’til you wake up on Saturday. Take a short trip through the past, communicate before it gets too late and you could get “lucky” after 8:00.…

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Big Pharma and the Money-Go-Round

Another record fine has been levied against a Big Pharma company. This time it’s GlaxoSmithKline, the fourth largest drug company in the world with revenues for 2011 of over $42.5 billion. GSK got hit with a $3 billion fine for basically lying and cheating about their drugs. That’s a hefty wad of cash, an amount of money you would think might make a company mend its ways and follow the righteous path of corporate responsibility, yes? No! To drug companies as well as other huge corporations, human suffering, death, unethical behavior and illegal activities are just part of a business model. Outrageous fines are just the cost of doing business, carefully weighed and analyzed on a risk/benefit table. Who…

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Cosmic Forecast, July 5-July 11

Time to hide/idyll from/in the Sun, stay cool and have fun. There are no mistakes. Peace and love shall conquer all.
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d CANCER (6.22-7.22)  Gear up/down for these next two weeks. Whatever (magique?) happened on June 19th relates to the 2nd Cazimi Moon on the Cancer cusp on July 18th/19th. I’ll scope it out for you next week. Meanwhile, let’s follow the Moon… It’s in Aquarius ’til late Friday night, and then in Pisces ’til Moonday (may I suggest the seafood?), when it enters Aries and presents you with something unexpected after sunset. Wear red to get ahead or green to remain serene. Up or down?

e LEO (7.23-8.22)  At last, it would seem…

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Cosmic Forecast, June 28-July 4

Happy 236th Birthday to the United States! With the Full Moon on July 3rd, it’s time to party hearty! I’ve been all over the world and I’ve found that everyone wants to live here in these United States. True, some of them want to wipe us out first (Amerindian karma?), but such are the fortunes of a warlike nation. It’s beautiful here in “the Land of the Free.” This is where the Aquarian Age shall/will be born. Here in these United States we are experiencing the meeting/gathering of the tribes. Eventually peace and love shall conquer all, since there are no mistakes. Time to have fun.
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d CANCER (6.22-7.22)  What a weekend! You are either…

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Homeopathy: When Less is More

It doesn’t make sense. It’s un-American. After all, bigger is better, excess is exquisite, more is the matter and Donald is trump. Then how can a medical modality based on the dilution of a solution to the point of undetectable amounts be valid? It truly defies Western logic but as Einstein said, “Not everything that counts can be counted.”

Homeopathy is a system of treatment that uses medicines derived from natural sources in amounts so dilute that they are virtually undetectable. Homeopathy’s trump card is in the belief that the body has an innate ability to heal itself. That characteristic of the body is something that Western science or modern logic can neither explain nor deny. Homeopathy insists…

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The Return of Baseball

Pauli’s isn’t Pauli’s anymore. The old bar on an old stretch of Leavenworth Street used to be a hub of activity during the College World Series. Sometime in the early-1980s the ESPN talking heads made it their home base following telecasts and with that the crowds came. It never made much sense. The bar wasn’t anywhere near Rosenblatt Stadium but people kept coming, swayed by the chance to rub shoulders and bend elbows with the likes of Harold Reynolds or Dan Patrick.

Like Omaha itself, Pauli’s was a little rough around the edges and far from conventionally beautiful but it was friendly. It was the CWS distilled down to what could be the tournament’s log line: Big-time baseball,…

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Planet Power: Nov. 21 - 27, 2013

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The Good

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