A BOOK OF ANGELS
over 160 pages
plus over 90 full-color illustrations of angels
The San Dailey Sun~Chronicles
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|The healing power of laughter|
|by The Dailey Sun~Chronicles|
It is great for the mind, body, and spirit.
It may seem odd to find humor when facing a serious issue. Research with cancer patients have shown that laughter can help lift the spirit and connect with others.
St. Augustine wrote “Serve the Lord with Laughter”
Humor heals the physical body, strengthens the spirits, and is great for mental health.
Laughter may help you feel better about yourself and the world around you. Laughing leads to physical changes in the body.
After laughing for just a few minutes, feeling better may last for hours.
Physiologically, laughing has multiple benefits:
1) Enhances oxygen intake.
2) Stimulates both the lungs and heart.
3) Relaxes the muscles throughout the body.
4) Triggers the release of endorphins, which are the body’s natural painkillers.
5) Eases digestion by soothing the stomach muscles.
6) Relieves pain.
7) Balances blood pressure.
8) Improves mental functions.
9) Enhances alertness.
10) Boosts creativity.
11) Improves memory.
Attempts to shield children from words, ideas, and people that might cause them emotional discomfort are bad for the students. They are bad for the workplace, which will be mired in unending litigation if student expectations of safety are carried forward. They are bad for American democracy, which is already paralyzed by worsening partisanship. When the ideas, values, and speech of the other side are seen not just as wrong but as willfully aggressive toward innocent victims, it is hard to imagine the kind of mutual respect, negotiation, and compromise that are needed to make politics a positive-sum game.
Rather than trying to protect students from words and ideas that they will inevitably encounter, colleges should do all they can to equip students to thrive in a world full of words and ideas that they cannot control.
Using Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques and effective medicines can be implemented to help Generation Z overcome their anxiety.
MEDICINE (#13) and COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY
A partial list from Robert L. Leahy, Stephen J. F. Holland, and Lata K. McGinn’s Treatment Plans and Interventions for Depression and Anxiety Disorders (2012).
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This week, the market has been demonstrating “corrections.” It is time to implement ideas from Shark Tank’s Mister Wonderful Dennis O’Leary.
“Never cry when the market goes down, because it’s not crying for you,” he says. “You should never get emotional about the stock market.”
Here are O’Leary’s top three tips to survive the market’s ups and downs:
“The truth about markets is that they never go straight up,” O’Leary tells CNBC.
For the last few years, the market has been less volatile, he says, so young people “are not used to major corrections, and so now we’re starting to get them,” he says. “These are normal phenomena.”
You have to think long term.
“You’ll see the markets go up and down,” says O’Leary, “but over a long period of time — and this has been consistent since the beginning of stocks in America — they grow over time because the companies and the economy grows over time.” The S&P 500 index, for example, has earned an annual average return of 9.8 percent over the past 90 years.
“You want a piece of that for your future.”
If you “buy companies that are profitable and that have good balance sheets that pay
dividends,” says O’Leary, “you can sustain yourself through these massive corrections.”
You can still do this, he says, “even if you only have $50 to invest or $100.”
O’Leary, who owns O’Shares ETFs, recommends exchange traded funds because they are inexpensive and tax efficient. These ETFs are buckets of securities that track an index.
Similarly, other experts, including O’Leary’s fellow Shark Mark Cuban and investor Warren Buffett, recommend index funds, which you can think of as low-risk, low-cost baskets of stocks.
You may also consider using an app that allows you to buy fractional shares, says O’Leary. His app, Beanstox, and others like Stockpile do this.
“You shouldn’t have all of your money invested in stocks — that’s too risky,” says O’Leary. “You also need some fixed-income like bonds.”
And “Keep some cash around,” he says. “You feel much better if you have cash, even though your portfolio may be [temporarily] down 20 percent.”
“Diversification is the only free lunch,” adds O’Leary.
Volume VII, Issue 24 10 – 24 – 2018 ***** Edition
What Has Been Happening in America
This issue is a tribute to my dear daughter and birthday girl.
October 24th also happens to be the annual anniversary of United Nations Day.
Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .
Dateline: Norfolk, Virginia
A woman reports to police that a man broke into her home, made them breakfast, took a shower, and washed his clothes.
Dateline: Washington, D.C.
The Trump Administration announces plans to reduce taxes for middle-class, build the Mexican Wall with Saudi Arabian blood money, give Ivanka Trump designed and Chinese-made goods to African Americans, and not to ever lie or mislead Americans.
Dateline: Greenville, S.C.
Police caught a student with a knife that she used to snort cocaine before class.
Dateline: Greenville, N.C.
Police sought treatment for a pit bull who dug up a loaded .38-caliber pistol.
Dateline: Lehigh Acres, Florida
Senior found dead with his head stuck in an electric car window.
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In the North American Wild West . . .
Dateline: Gunnison, Utah
School district brushed aside a claim of sexual abuse as a case of “boys being boys.”
Dateline: Los Angeles, California
A former Republican congressional aide, Michael Kimbrew, has received a sentence of 18 months in prison for accepting a $5,000 bribe.
Dateline: Laramie, Wyoming
“The World Needs More Cowboys” is the battle cry of the University of Wyoming’s half a million-dollar marketing campaign.
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Remembering the “Witch Hunt”
This Halloween Week
In the American Heartland . . .
Dateline: Willard, Ohio
Two men who hopped a freight train were arrested after they phoned 911 to report that their train was moving too fast.
Dateline: Marquette, Michigan
The county accepted a $65K grant to keep an eye on the U.S. – Canada border.
Dateline: Peru, Indiana
State Police busts have netted what they call “Donald J. Trump-shaped” ecstasy pills.
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Elsewhere in the United States of America . . .
Dateline: Kansas City, Missouri
Over 70 community and religious leaders are requesting that all politicians stop vilifying immigrants.
Debate continues about the deep meaning of the president’s chosen vocabulary particularly during his rallies. The Washington Post and others have lost track of how many instances of misinformation, falsehoods, and lies have been promoted.
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“The San Dailey Sun~Chronicles”
Wednesday, October 17, 2018, from Missoula
8. “And come Election Day, Americans will remember Kavanaugh and they will remember all sorts of other things, because that was a shameful act.”
Two thoughts here: a) How did Trump go from attacking the Mueller probe for looking into whether he obstructed the investigation to a big guy hugging him? b) Trump says that big, strong guys hug him and thank him for saving America outside every rally. Does this actually happen?
remember that? And then numerous people have done that. But that’s OK. But the choice could not be more clear. Democrats produce mobs. Republicans produce jobs.”
Rep. Greg Gianforte pleaded guilty to assaulting a reporter who was asking him questions. HA HA HA HA. Wait, what the actual hell?
Over 1,000 people lost their homes in beautiful Sonoma County last year and to the day after that democracy “crashed and burned” in the U.S. Senate and Supreme Court.
On October 8, 2017, the Tubbs Fire destroyed Santa Rosa, On October 6, 2018, white women senators voted along with old white men to place a man of privilege on the Supreme Court, and today over 1,000 men and women are homeless in San Francisco.
Who shares the blame?
Senator Capito of West Virginia
Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa
Senator Deb Fischer of Nebraska
Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith
“Gobsmacked I am!”
“What now, is the tactless, belligerent fool always on the pull? ”
“Or must he see a nasty man about a dog?”
“I’d wager more than a tad if his mother was alive,
she’d spank his pompous arse.”
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 Screw up = “Throw a spanner in the works”
 Idiot = Tosser; a.k.a. Daft Cow
 There you go! = “Bob’s your uncle”
 Toilet paper = Blog Roll
 Mess; Plan gone wrong = Shambles
 Proud = Chuffed
 Idiot = Wanker or Knob-Head
 Tried to devastate = Gut
 Upper Class Person = Toff
 Gone crazy = Lost the Plot
 Suspicious = Dodgy
 Stolen = Nicked
 Screwed = Shagged
 Being knowledgeable = Know your onions
 Crazy Person = Nutter
 Prostitute’s Client = Punter
 Pissed-off = Sod-off
 Two weeks = Fortnight
 Yes! = Absol-bloody-lutely!
 Cool = Ace
 Idiot = Plonker
 Going to bed = “I’m off to Bedfordshire”
 White Trash = Chav
 Amazed = Gobsmacked
 Tired = Nackered
 Fired from a job = Made redundant
 One time only = One Off
 Not Right = Wonky
 Looking for Sex = “On the Pull”
 Do a deal or take a dump = “See a man about a dog”
 Little Bit = Tad
 Rear End / Fat Buttocks = Arse
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