Skunky Stinkerson
Skunky Stinkerson thanked Darren Wolfgang's answer

My maternal grandma, Libby ( Elizabeth) was born 1913 she lived 85 years wow that Woman did everything, she went to Grade 8th never graduated cause I believe she had to find work for her family, Her Mom and Dad came from Scotland ..First, they came to America through New York on Ship from what … Read more

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Skunky Stinkerson blurted

Kinda  wish that I did grow up in their time , i'm sad knowing that I'm the last (outer edge) of a liveable generation, People 80 years from now are gonna have extreme rent prices, More homelessness, More demand for houses and food, Atomic bombs that can blow up entire countries (9-11 is nothingRead more

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Skunky Stinkerson blurted

I was in grade 5 when that happened, getting ready for school, I live on the West Coast Of Canada and people literally thought that we were going to be next. I remember  the day vividly, it was a clear/sunny day, as it was in New York.. Just can't imagine What people in the surrounding … Read more

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Skunky Stinkerson thanked Janis Haskell's answer

Not really.  I actually loved growing up in the 50's and 60's.  I lived with my grandparents much of the time, and I had the benefit of their life experiences dating back to the late 1800's.  I loved climbing trees, playing in the dirt, dancing, and singing.  At 73, I still miss those days!

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Skunky Stinkerson thanked Ancient One's answer

Yes today is a day of remembrance. That day is one of those days I will forever remember. I remember where I was, what I was doing and what I dis the following days. It was a day that changed the world, not for the better regretfully. It also changed me.

What were you doig that … Read more

Skunky Stinkerson
Skunky Stinkerson thanked Darren Wolfgang's answer

I remember this Day my little Niece was just newborn age 1 month and 9 days old hard to believe all the years went by now she is age 19 and I want to remember all the people who passed away on this day there were ones in them planes used their cell phones oneRead more

Skunky Stinkerson
Skunky Stinkerson answered Ancient One's question

I was in grade 5 when that happened, getting ready for school, I live on the West Coast Of Canada and people literally thought that we were going to be next. I remember  the day vividly, it was a clear/sunny day, as it was in New York.. Just can't imagine What people in the surrounding … Read more

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Skunky Stinkerson answered Megan goodgirl's question

Kinda  wish that I did grow up in their time , i'm sad knowing that I'm the last (outer edge) of a liveable generation, People 80 years from now are gonna have extreme rent prices, More homelessness, More demand for houses and food, Atomic bombs that can blow up entire countries (9-11 is nothingRead more

Skunky Stinkerson
Skunky Stinkerson thanked Janis Haskell's answer

In San Francisco and Long Beach, California, it is illegal to store anything other than automobiles in a garage.  (They would freak out if they saw the freezer, washer & dryer, and Christmas ornaments that co-exist in the garage with my car.)  🤫

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Skunky Stinkerson answered Anonymous' question

just do your best to eat a clean diet, do your best to low sugar intake, try to limit any processed foods, exercise (half hour walk is fine enough), low-calorie snacks> vegetables, when eating out avoid things that are deep fried and buy things that are grilled or baked (if you eat at Wendy's for … Read more