Then on July 31, 2014, I received an email from PayPal that my account was charged $55.46 – and there was no order email from DoubleDay. I contacted DoubleDay Large Print regarding the charge and they informed me it was for the book “Top-Secret Twenty One” / Mr. Mercedes”.

The bottom line is you do what you can with what you’ve got to work with. You have to start somewhere or end up in the hospital. That’s really the only choice you have, as I see it.

You won’t get anywhere fast, but by doing a little at a time as you can afford it, you can save yourself a great deal of money and stretch your food budget as far as it will go. What are your favorite money saving tips?

Don’t think for a second that censorship is only happening in Europe. It’s being done here, only on a much quieter scale. When I’m doing research these days, I use three or four browsers and search engines because they will all come up with different results.

Please write Kellogg’s a letter, explaining why you aren’t buying their products then stop buying and start sharing. We can make a difference.

Buy local, buy in season and please look up the chemicals your kids are exposed to. Do the research before it’s too late and you end up saying, “Well, nobody told me.”

I’m telling you. We owe it to our children to give them the best chance in life. Read the label. Label GMO’s.

I’ve had many people tell me, “Oh, I don’t use salt.” Salt is essential for the body to maintain health. Why do you think the first thing they do when you go to the hospital is start a saline drip? Watch this short video for a brief explanation.

Like you, I too am worried about my family. I worry that they aren’t getting enough vitamins. I worry they will get cancer, so I try to buy organic, no hormones — pure food — but it’s impossible. I feel like a total failure, but I swear I’m not giving up.

This takes giving a friendly reminder to a whole new level. Just Lenses didn’t just send us an email reminder that our contact prescription was about to expire. When we didn’t respond to the first five email messages they sent, they called us. On a Saturday to boot. And then again a few days later.

When I found out Golden Corral was coming to Modesto, I was so excited. Until I ate there. The Golden Corral just isn’t the same Golden Corral I used to eat at years ago. We always give new restaurants several chances before writing them off. We’ve given it over a half-dozen chances now, and the verdict is in: it sucked.

We opted for the refund because due to their stance on genetically modified organisms, we’ve decided not to purchase any more Schwan’s. I don’t understand why it takes three months to get a $15 refund from this company. This is not the first time we’ve had trouble with them.

Release Permits under 7 CFR Part 340, low and behold tobacco was listed as well as: corn, to sweet oranges, from black cottonwood, to sugar beets, grapefruit, potato, soy, walnuts, chestnuts, alfalfa, sorghum, casava, apple, eucalyptus, sugar cane, mustard, cotton, tomato, beets, Mexican lime, peppermint, poplar, safflower, papaya, aspen, grapevine, persimmon, cypress, banana, pine, switchgrass, elm, palm, barley, plum, petunia, anthurium, grapes, wheat, bermudagrass and peanuts. I was shocked.

It’s been a long time since I was part of the workforce. I help my husband a little but by and large he carries the ball. I’ve been talking to people and frankly I’m appalled at the things employers are getting away with these days.

I’m the first one to tell people to buy organic and I support labeling GMO’s in principle, in so much as I support accurately labeling GMO products. What I do not support is giving people a false sense of security. These bills have no substance. There are holes big enough to drive a truck through.