Yes, today I think I was spinning somewhat stronger on the pedals of my Schwinn 170. I cycled 20.7 miles. Totals: 28,251.0 miles; 45,465.7 kilometers.
I have now completed 67.1% of the distance to my next destination and goal point.
New York Today: Passover, and Our Everyday Plaques”. Alexandra S. Levine and Jonathan Wolfe, April 10, 2017.
“It’s Passover… A key component of the meal (Seder) is reciting the 10 plaques…and tell us what modern evils are relevant to their lives in 2017… ‘The Kardashians’ – Allison Costine, Brooklyn…”
Best answer ever. Period.
It’s Hard Not To Hate Mitch McConnell”.
“There's Main Street hypocrisy, there's Washington D.C. hypocrisy, and then there's Mitch McConnell in a category all of his own.
For an elected official to have such disregard for the institutions he serves is infuriating but not unexpected from the anti-government Republicans; it's another thing entirely for McConnell to so shamelessly attack others for resisting his reckless assault on the underpinnings of our democracy. It's a sick mockery of what the Founders intended and he couldn't care less.”
“Mitch McConnell has a 19% approval rating, with 54% of voters disapproving of him but for the first time ever that at least gives him a better net approval rating than Ryan has.” from Public Policy Polling, March 30, 2017.
Supper last night was à la Korean, sort-of – Pan-Fried Pork Belly; Musaengchae (Spicy Daikon Salad); Kongjaban (Sweet Black Beans); Bok Choy Namul; Kimchee; and A mixture of Sweet and Long-Grain Rice. Excellent stuff. A lot of pans.
FBS dropped 16 mg/dL, but still in the realm of too high. And the new glucose/blood reader is not, I think recording correctly.
And if you haven’t figured it out by now, I like to eat and to cook all types of foods. Period.
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