No Coffee – Still Chicory – Still Thinking’s…

I can say without a doubt that I have broke the caffeine habit. Just like when I stopped smoking 5 years ago, by just plain stopping, cold turkey as we call it. I did the same with coffee, cold turkey. There is a half a jar of coffee still left and it has been untouched for months now. I have no desire to even make a cup of coffee. But I really like my chicory and that I will drink 3 or 4 cups a day of it…

Well as the title says, “still thinking’s” and that is what I am doing right now, along with that cup of chicory…

First thing that I was thinking about is the country Turkey. As I wrote before, Sveta and I want to travel to Turkey. It looks like we will try around the beginning of October. Looking like a go ahead in our book for about two weeks. That is going to be fun. Turkey is a huge vacation place for Russians…

Second thing or things that I am thinking about are items like Fukushima in Japan, NATO meddling in Libya, the Western war drums beating over Syria, Palestine’s bid for statehood at the UN and lots of other things that just mill around in my head…

I mean for example that did you know that they now have pronounced that the Fukushima nuclear accident is worse than Chernobyl in the Soviet times? They even are starting to wonder about relocating part of Tokyo. (Article) It is true but I forget that you don’t see this stuff on the main media and that is a disgrace. You need to step out of the box…

Just like you get no truth on Libya, Syria and the Palestine’s situation. You do get a one sided view that is programed just for you and it is designed to make you happy with what you see and hear…

But enough of that. As I always say: I have got people to see, places to go, a dog to walk and cats to chase…

I think Sveta gets tired of hearing me say that… 🙂

Kyle Keeton
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