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It’s going to be a whole new trash world on Jan. 1 when California residents will be required to recycle food waste.
They don’t call me Orchid Death for nothing.
Last time, I wrote about the spate of crime in our area and the frustrated efforts of my neighbors to rein in what seems to be a nightly onslaught of bike thieves, garage break-ins, porch pirates, creepy trespassers and brazen burglary attempts, even when people are home, all caught up close and personal on what are now pervasive security cameras.
In the small town where I grew up, doors were unlocked and keys left in the car.
A Harris Poll done for the American Psychological Association released in March showed that 42 percent of Americans reported they had gained a stunning 29 pounds on average during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Until this year, I had a personal vendetta against the proliferation of McMansions in my area.
As my readers know, I’m always a sucker for those internet and magazine self-help articles on the theme of “What your car/phone/hairstyle/electronics/wardrobe says about you” or the “How to” pieces: “How to Land the Man of Your Dreams,” “How to Look 10 Pounds Thinner in One Day” and even “How to Look Great Naked.”
If you think there is a lot of contention about the seals and sea lions at La Jolla beaches, you don’t read Nextdoor.
The stove gods have been pooping on our heads again.
I personally think that it’s not too much to ask that computers do what you want, not what you say.