It's always scary when a breast cancer patient stops blogging updates. But don't worry - I'm still alive and kicking. In fact, on several of these last twelve silent days it's been more a case of me feeling too good to slow down to write rather than the other way around.

So what's new? Plenty! I started a new exercise routine on January 17th, and have successfully made it to the gym for a vigorous 30-60 minute workout every day since (excepting Sundays). I've even bought stylish new workout clothes.

I'll be honest, I ...

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Beat the Iris Scanner? Or Get Had by the Iris Scammer?

A California doctor says that he can turn your brown eyes blue for just $5000. He claims to have a laser that take only 20 seconds to blast away the melanin pigment that gives brown eyes their color, revealing the blue beneath.

Changing your eye color would be pretty cool in this day of encroaching iris scanners, but there's just one catch: I can't find any evidence of this guy's business beyond today's sudden breathless media coverage.

Here is one of the media stories.  Here is another. There are tons more.
The main headline I've ...

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"Living on Reds, Vitamin C, and Cocaine..."

Well, I haven't quite been living on those three things. But I have been drinking more caffeine than I've ever consumed in my life (it helps keep the chemo-brain at bay), and I suppose Adriamycin, the first chemo drug I received, *is* a bright, scary Kool Aid red. Not due to artificial color, mind you, but because it's derived from a naturally red soil bacteria.

In an interesting side note, the mud it was first found in really is red - and royal, too:

"Unlike many other antibiotic drugs, the origins of adriamycin/doxorubicin were not in a ...

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Why Laughter May Be the Best Medicine

Why Laughter May Be the Best Pain Medicine
Researchers at Oxford have found that laughter is a potent pain killer!

Got a headache or achy joints? Before popping a pain pill, try cracking open your favorite book of cartoons, surf on over to Engrish, or pop in a funny movie. Your pain may lift, and at the very least, your mood will.

"On average, watching about 15 minutes of comedy...increased pain threshold by 10 percent.... When laughter is elicited, pain thresholds are significantly increased, whereas when subjects watched something that does not naturally elicit laughter, pain thresholds do not ...

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Katherine in Detroit this week to discuss RFID and Spychipped ID Cards

New 05-05-08


From: caspian-newsletter-l-bounces@nocards.org [mailto:caspian-newsletter-l-bounces@nocards.org] On Behalf Of Katherine Albrecht
Sent: Monday, May 05, 2022 2:43 PM
To: newsletter
Subject: [Caspian-newsletter-l] Katherine in Detroit this week to discuss RFID and Spychipped ID Cards


Hi, all:


I am headed to Detroit this week to speak on RFID, freedom, and Big Brother issues. I will be speaking at several events that are free and open to the public, courtesy of my friends at Peacemakers International Ministries. If you are in the area, I'd love to meet you! 


As you may know, Michigan is one of ...

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