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Old school blogger. I know a little bit about a lot of things but not a lot about anything. I blog about all sorts of things.

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Dwarf Lemur Discovers Strawberry

26 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments orneryowl


Sunday Dinner at the Grover Hotel: Midnight Special Roast

22 Jun 2020 4 minute read 0 comments orneryowl

Free Use image copyright Reinhard Thrainer on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/photos/fry-pot-roast-meat-lamb-meat-5228124/ This post contains affiliate links. I get a small commission for products purchased through these links. It's been quite some time...

What Pegman Saw in R'lyeh + Blow Your Stack Saturday + Weekend Writing Warriors

21 Jun 2020 8 minute read 0 comments orneryowl

Image found at Yanni's Inner Sanctum https://yaminoamber.tumblr.com/post/81251317839/nantokahime-the-nightmare-corpse-city-of While the battle for the souls of all sentient beings raged silently in the background of the lives of those too busy to ev...

West Holpry: An Urban Nightmare

17 Jun 2020 5 minute read 1 comment orneryowl

As the citizens of West Holpry, the capitol of the totalitarian realm of West Zecor watched, King Qweh paraded a new victim through the streets towards the city’s notorious Ktenology Center, a building from which no prisoner emerged alive. Qweh was a...

Happy Mountain Lion

15 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments orneryowl

Elephant Steals Hat

15 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments orneryowl

Sleepy Red Panda

14 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments orneryowl

How to Support Naughty Netherworld Press (Post includes ideas you can use to expand your own exposure)

13 Jun 2020 2 minute read 0 comments orneryowl

Image by Lubos Houska from Pixabay FREE SITES The official Naughty Netherworld Press site   http://publish0x.com/naughty-netherworld-press When you sign up for a Publish0x account, you can tip me and other creators using cryptocurrency without spend...

Scotty Dog Puppies

8 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments orneryowl

Twitter is an entire garbage fire, but occasionally there is something great like this.

Tardy to the Party IWSG

4 Jun 2020 9 minute read 1 comment orneryowl

  Ornery Owl Free use image from Open Clipart Vectors on Pixabay   First things first. Let's get this out of the way before the post begins. I swear. A lot. If you have problems with profanity, let this serve as your warning not to proceed with this...


Macro Photography Session | Multiple Species

21 Jun 2020 aleister

22 June 2020
Gorgeous photos! I find it very soothing to look at them.

Greece - Food & Drinks - Sweets: Rizogalo.

6 Jun 2020 Publish7

21 June 2020
In the U.S. we just call this "rice pudding." It's one of my favorite desserts. I am pleased that Bertha is still going strong at 92!

Poem The Memory of Oblivion.

20 Jun 2020 Soyunasantacruz

21 June 2020
I worked with the elderly, including many dementia patients, for a cumulative of about 25 years. When it became personal after losing my own loved ones to dementia, I couldn't do it anymore. While watching her husband, the popular country musician Glen Campbell lose himself to Alzheimer's, his wife Kim said that it's better to die some other way. I agree with her. Thank you for sharing this image and your thoughts of your grandmother.

The Cupboard: Pantry Essentials

17 Jun 2020 Sarah Whitaker

17 June 2020
Hi Sarah, Since becoming unable to work a normal job, I've taken over the cooking too. Our household has saved a lot of money. However, there have been some creative disasters. For instance, I had gotten a whole chicken from the butcher and after picking it clean was wanting to use the bones to make my own stock. Unfortunately, terms like "simmer" are kind of subjective, as are cooking times because everyone's stove is different. Here is the recipe I used: Ingredients Instructions Recipe Notes Recipe yields 2 quarts (64 oz.). 1 entire cooked or raw chicken 3-4 carrots carrots 1 large onion 4-5 stalks of celery 1 tsp. salt ½ tsp. pepper 4 bulbs crushed garlic 1. Place your chicken in a large pot with vegetables, and enough water to completely cover -at least 4 quarts. 2. Bring to a boil and skim foam off the top as it cooks, reduce to a simmer. Cook chicken for an hour. 3. If using a whole chicken- Take chicken out pot, remove meat for other recipes. 4. Return bones and skin to pot and simmer for 3-4 hours, skimming the top as needed. 5. Turn off heat, skim off the fat, strain broth through a sieve or cheesecloth to remove small particles. Allow to cool. 6. Place in an airtight container or freezer bag to store. 7. Chicken stock can be stored in refrigerator for 3 days or freezer for up to 3 months. This recipe makes about 3 quarts. So when simmering in my little stockpot, I usually have to put the burner setting down to 2. However, I was using my Dutch oven for this product, and I had still waters with a 2. I had to turn the burner up to 6 to see a simmer. Granted, I should have been checking on the recipe more often, but I was doing this at night because I didn't want to heat the house up during the day, and I fell asleep. I woke up at four hours on the dot and hurried to the kitchen. What I found was not stock, but sludge. I had a kitchen nightmare, to be sure. I'm thinking that I will reduce the simmering time after removing the meat from the bones to two hours rather than four. You are welcome to use my kitchen nightmare as a future post, should you wish to! Cie

#ShamelessSelfPromosSaturday: 2020-06-13

13 Jun 2020 LoonyLiberal

13 June 2020
Sometimes the progress is wretchedly slow, but any progress is progress. I live with both mental and physical disabilities, and lately, it seems to be not so much living as floundering. I have ADD, type 2 bipolar disorder, and OCD that manifests as hoarding disorder (objects, not animals.) I forced myself to work full-time at physically demanding jobs (mostly in health care) until I could no longer do so. I now become fatigued very easily and can't lift anything very heavy. It is extremely discouraging to me. I'm saying this because I know where you're coming from. While working all the time, I neglected the state of the mobile home I was living in because I just couldn't deal with it. I now live with my son, who also lives with psychological disabilities. Physically, he's reasonably strong. He is helping me clear out that mobile home, and I was so disgusted with myself when I found out that we will get pretty well nothing for it because of the shape its in. The furnace and swamp cooler don't work. I froze every winter and roasted every summer for the past 5 years that I was in there because I couldn't afford to get them fixed. When I found out that I wouldn't be able to repay my son for his help, I quite literally wanted to kill myself. I still feel pretty damn shitty about it but from a purely pragmatic point of view, killing myself would leave my son in even worse straits than if I remain alive. He is high-functioning autistic and is not able to drive. I appreciate your writing. When I'm on Publish0x and notice one of your posts, I check it out. I know this will sound trite and dumb and I wish I could offer something better, but your work does make a difference. I thank you for it.

The hidden talent of Publish0x... #01

3 Jun 2020 Konima

05 June 2020
I have shared some of Abisai's work on other platforms because I really like it. The truth is, the only reason I keep my Publish0x account is because the sharing tool is really helpful. I have no followers here, and I doubt I ever will.

Portugal - São Paio Beach

4 Jun 2020 portugal

05 June 2020
Beautiful photos and interesting history. I was trying to learn a little Portuguese at one point, but I was overwhelmed with a lot of other stuff. I hope to try again in the future. My health and lack of money prohibit me from traveling, but I feel that I have learned something about Portugal from this post.

I Can't Drive 55

4 Jun 2020 uthus2000

04 June 2020
An interesting little adventure to spice up the day! Many, many years ago (40 years, to be exact) when I was in high school marching band, one of the flag girls and I were driving to a game. She was exceeding the speed limit, about 65 mph in a 55 mph zone and she saw the flashing lights in the rearview mirror, so she pulled off onto the shoulder. However, the cops didn't care about her. They were after George, our drum major, who had a notorious lead foot. There were four cops on his tail, and he managed to ditch them. I rode with George once. I'm not sure how I'm here to tell the tale. The guy was a maniac behind the wheel.

Macro Photography Session - beyond the wall

4 Jun 2020 aleister

04 June 2020
Beautiful photos. Vivid colors and great detail.


28 May 2020 vclv

28 May 2020
Nice. I feel it.

At the end of the Hope Arched Rainbow

24 May 2020 Nathaniel Hammel

24 May 2020
Beautiful words and image.

Sell your digital content on Lbry

21 May 2020 achim03

21 May 2020
Thank you. This was a very informative post. I have LBRY, but I thought it was pretty much just a decentralized YouTube. I'm a writer and the sort of person who has a very good face for radio. I have no interest in making videos. However, after reading your post, I've seen that LBRY could be useful for me too. Thanks again!

Glitch and the Art of Letting Go Part 2: Re-Contextualized Perception

21 May 2020 Kire

21 May 2020
Very interesting. I like the images created by Lucida.

Alzheimer's disease, the insulin resistance and a bit of crypto ranting on the side

21 May 2020 Heruvim78

21 May 2020
I have heard this theory before, and I have a lot of problems with it. Not everyone who has diabetes develops Alzheimer's (or any other type of dementia, for that matter) and not everyone who has Alzheimer's has diabetes. People with diabetes are definitely at greater risk for vascular dementia because of the potential vascular problems inherent with uncontrolled elevated glucose. There are people who have both Alzheimer's and diabetes, certainly. I worked with the elderly population for many years. The risk of both Alzheimer's and other dementias increases as a person ages, as does the chance of developing type 2 diabetes for those who have a genetic vulnerability. However, I very seldom encountered anyone who had both Alzheimer's disease and diabetes. Managing high blood glucose is certainly imperative to preventing life-threatening vascular problems, including strokes and vascular dementia. It has very little to do with the prevention of Alzheimer's disease.


18 May 2020 abisai

18 May 2020
This is a very expressive work. I like the colors!

Old Rock Dad Raps Deep Song About Anxiety

18 May 2020 Adamogz

18 May 2020
Wow! I wasn’t sure what to expect, but this was really good and I could relate to the lyrics. I’ve never fit in and social media definitely raises my anxiety. I have a lot to say through my writing, but I hate confrontation. I never understood the kind of people who love to argue, because I’m the exact opposite. I sometimes think I was dropped off on the wrong planet because the people on this one really don’t get me!

Sounds of Mason Bees visiting their homes

9 May 2020 Solominer

09 May 2020
Interesting information on how to help the bees. I think it is wonderful that you have done this!

Quarantine in Greece day #58

8 May 2020 Krevasilis

08 May 2020
Thank you for sharing the information about this brave doctor. People like him make all the difference. I hope you stay well.

Live Free and Rant 9: Civil Disobedience Is So Hot Right Now

7 May 2020 TheDesertLynx

07 May 2020
I enjoyed listening and am following you on LBRY as well. I may not agree with everything you say, but I appreciate the measured and thoughtful presentation. It's such a refreshing change from the ad hominem attacks that are all too prevalent from pundits on both the reactionary right and the regressive left.

The Story of Urashima Taro, The Fisher Lad (Japanese Fairy Tale)

3 May 2020 Culture Attic

03 May 2020
I remember reading this story when I was a child. It is a beautiful and haunting cautionary tale.

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