“John F Kennedy ‘Ask not'”ย 

(AWOLL) AMERICA'S WATCHDOGS OVERL๐Ÿ‘€KING LOST LIBERTIES!

A Strong โ€˜Nationโ€™ is UNITED not divided. Has Americs lost sight of its unity? A divided nation is no different from a divided familyโ€ฆ.. AmericaOnCoffee (AWOLL)

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Back To Your Best: Back Care Advice

Thank you for advice. Lot of this applies to bad LEGS

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At one point or another as you get older, you are likely to suffer from some sort of back issue. Our modern lives involve a great deal of sitting down in hunched positions, which can lead to problems further down the line. As well as this, being overweight and having poor posture can all contribute towards pain and discomfort. And, as anyone who has suffered from back issues in the past will know, they can be quite debilitating. So, letโ€™s talk through a few of the ways that you can take better care of your back so that you can reduce your risk of developing problems:

Your Choice of Footwear:

It may come as no surprise that high heels cause more stress on your spine, but you may be shocked to learn that ultra-flat shoes like ballet flats and loafers can also be problematic. You should also avoid wearing flip-flops

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“Isley Brothers – Twist and Shout”

An oldie but a goodie!!!!

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โ€œTwist and Shoutโ€ is a 1961 song written by Phil Medley and Bert Berns (later credited as โ€œBert Russellโ€). The song was originally recorded by the Top Notes. It first became a chart hit as a cover single by the Isley Brothers in 1962. The song has since been covered by several artists, including the Beatles on their first album Please Please Me (1963), as well as The Tremeloes in 1962 and The Who in 1970 and 1984.

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Unplanned Planning

Your blogs are interesting…….jump from topic to topic!

Thoughts! Pen! Words!

Hello!!! Everyone ๐Ÿ™, today we live in a world which is very fast growing.And due which the competition is very high in this world.And by this, we also have to

Why I always start my post like this? ๐Ÿ˜•

Why I always stretch my article like a rubber? ๐Ÿ˜•

Really thatโ€™s enough ๐Ÿ˜ค, today I am gonna stop stretching and directly gonna come to the point.

But first of all,

Disclaimer:-

โ€œAll characters appearing in this work are fictitious.Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidentalโ€.

Or

maybe not ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ.

So I am saying that,

Let me think what I am saying,

*Thinking*

*Thinking*

*Thinking*

My brain really works slowly ๐Ÿ˜ญ.

But you know what? I cannot write my post without stretching it like a rubber.

So, I am gonna again start stretching ๐Ÿ˜Ž.

And if you look carefully then you find that, thatโ€™s what Iโ€ฆ

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Ghosts: A Collection of Scary Tales

Yes you have posts from all over the place……..but good writing!

Book 'Em, Jan O

Readers, hereโ€™s a creepy, re-blogged compilation of scary ghost stories, brilliantly put together by the Dark Hauntings blog.ย  Enjoy!

Whether you believe in the paranormal or not, ghostly stories can still be chilling. I have put together a compilation of stories sure enough to send a chill up your spine. Over the span of two years, a teenager from Australia experienced poltergeist activity whilst living with her father. Her mother had a strong psychicย [โ€ฆ]

via Paranormal Stories โ€” Dark Hauntings

For more ghostly tales, please seeย https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75, and have a look at my new short book, Sepia Seepage, a collection of four ghost stories with the common theme of haunting via ancient photographs!ย  FREE on kindle unlimited or kindle users library, only 99 cents to buy.

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News Day

Getting tough to keep up to your blogs.

My boss helped me out here “Charles Catanzaro โ€“ Syracuse, NY; US Army, Sgt., Vietnam”; great guy to remember!

Pacific Paratrooper

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FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO WERE EXPECTING A LABOR DAY POST, I HAVE HERE A LINK TO MY POST FROM LAST YEAR WHICH DEPICTED THE DAYโ€™S CELEBRATION IN THE STYLE OF THE 1950โ€™S. ย  Iโ€™M SURE MANY OF YOU WILL REMEMBER IT, BUT โ€“ ย WE HAVE HAD NEW READERS JOIN US SINCE THAT TIME. ย PLUS โ€“ Iโ€™VE ACCUMULATED A LOT OF CURRENT NEWS THAT NEEDS TO BE POSTED. ย THANK YOUโ€ฆ.

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Labor Day Post โ€“ HERE

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WWII VETERAN โ€“ STILL HAS WHAT IT TAKES!

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Arthur M. Lewis, 89, an Army veteran of the Pacific Theater, was working behind the counter of The Jewelry Exchange in Lake Park, Florida when an armed robber entered the store. ย Lewis grabbed the attackerโ€™s gun and pulled out his own weapon. ย Shots were fired. ย Lewis was grazed on his arm and the would-be thief escaped carrying 6 bulletsโ€ฆ

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Ghosts: A Haunted Portrait!

Yes! Earl Nightingdale is interesting. Been around a while, but good stuff.

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Readers, have a peek at this weird tale of a ghostly painting!ย  From the West Virginia Explorer via Reputedly haunted portrait spooking visitors at W.Va. museum โ€“ West Virginia Explorerย ย https://wvexplorer.com/2018/02/14/haunted-portrait-spooking-visitors-wv-museum/

Illustration:ย Dulwich Picture Gallery [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

For more ghosts, please see About Ghosts:ย  A Useful Handbook, and more, atย https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75Capture-horz

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