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I REPEAT: If you see a picture of yourself that you don't wish to have posted here, please leave a comment on the post and I will remove it with my apologies.

Saturday, April 28, 2018



This post is a giant experiment that might fall on its face.

I'm getting a little bored with blogging (I've been doing this for 11 years) but don't know what else to do with myself in the wee hours of the morning, especially since I've acquired so many images over the years. So today I'm doing it a bit differently.

I'm taking a pic or two from almost every album that I have and posting them. Then I'll keeping adding to - and fiddling with - the post instead of waiting until I'm done to publish.

Let's begin!...

I could do more but I've exhausted myself.
This is going to have to do.

Friday, April 27, 2018


Environmental concerns may turn voters blue: poll
BY MIRANDA GREEN - 04/27/18 12:06 PM EDT

Concerns over environmental regulation and climate change could be an important voting issue and may sway some voters toward Democrats, according to a poll released Friday.

The poll, conducted by polling firm Change Research, found that voters disapprove of the Trump administration's environmental policies by a 50-35 percent margin with 47 percent saying the policies will impact their 2018 vote.

Released by environmental media group Our Daily Planet (ODP), the study also found that concerns surrounding pollution are on the rise. Between 40 and 59 percent of voters believe that water, air and open space protections are at more risk now than two years ago. Similarly, between 28 and 54 percent believe that the U.S. is on the "wrong track" when it comes to planet protection for future generations.

Looking specifically at those who voted for Trump, 42 to 34 percent oppose Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) efforts to fire scientists who believe in climate change.

Voters look predominantly to the Democratic Party to lead on environmental issues, the poll also found. Those polled said they trusted Democrats more than Republicans to handle conservation issues by a 43-24 percent margin and pollution issues by a 44-22 percent margin.

“Our ‘Environmental Anxiety Index’ poll is a siren of green alert for President Trump and his Republican allies,” said ODP Publishers Monica Medina and Miro Korenha. “Voters are rejecting Trump’s rollback of environmental protections, denial of climate science, and reduced protection for public lands and wildlife.”

The study polled 1,000 respondents online between April 16 and 18.

Article copied from HERE.