Independent Living Facilities Are Resident Controlled

Independent Living Facilities Are Resident Controlled

Consumer Control Means That The Residents Are In Charge When my independent living facility shut off my garden water service and sprinklers they made a monster out of me. I have been kissing everyone's ass around here when it turns out that I am in control. Imagine my...

Real Masons Do Not Discuss Sex, Politics or Religion

Real Masons Do Not Discuss Sex, Politics or Religion

Good Freemasons Do Not Discuss Politics Authentic Freemasons do not discuss politics, sex or religion at the dinner table or anywhere else. However Masons do write about politics, sex and religion. Real Masons don't brutalize captive audiences with diatribes. Real...

Ben Frank

Ben Frank

Benjamin Franklin Was the Original Blogger Benjamin Franklin is one of my idols. I worship Ben on an almost daily basis with this blog. Ben Franklin got in trouble blogging when he was a teenager working for his brother. Ben sent letters to his brother's newspaper in...

Getting Skinny Makes Suffering Feel Sensual

Getting Skinny Makes Suffering Feel Sensual

Starvation becomes easier and easier as your body gets skinnier and skinnier Starvation hurts at first but all you need to see is your body getting skinny and the pain starts to fade away. When food ceases to function as entertainment you get in a habit of not eating....

Nirvana

Nirvana

Yogi Experience If you want to have an extraordinary life then breath extraordinarily. The yogi experiences more of life than ordinary people because his mind is relaxed and open. Diversity makes us stronger and so my life has been about seeking new and different yogi...

Democracy Dies In Darkness

In 2017, The Washington Post adopted the slogan “Democracy Dies In Darkness.” It was a bold message affirming their mission to speak truth to power—and today, that slogan has been improved even further.  In December 2018 the paper changed their motto to “Democracy Dies In Darkness, Fascism Dies In Light, Read The Washington Post Each Day To Make Your Brain All Right.”

DESERT SUN – Sept. 22, 2016
“When I look back and think about it, just needing an attorney to help me learn about all the things I knew nothing about, and see what it has developed into through the years,” she marvels. “There’s such a transformation in downtown Palm Springs now.”

                                                                                                                                                                             -Vyola Ortner