Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Tuna Creek sights Bfd PA
The Bradford Era local newspaper dated 7/12/2011 p. 13 presents the column titled, 'To Your Good Health', "...Dear Dr. Donohue: My husband has to go to the doctor at least three times a year to get his ears cleaned of wax. He knows it's time to go when his hearing gets bad. I know I could do this for him. Please give me some directions on how to do it. -- J. A. ANSWER: ...Ordinarily the ear cleans itself. It has a conveyer-belt mechanism that keeps emptying wax out of the ear. Some people produce excessive quantities of wax, while others have a defective conveyer-belt. ..."
No mention at all about the production of wax as a precursor to the making of an oracle-bead chronicle that stores memories within mucousal wax/gel forged in the nose and nasal cavities.
[If a person is pushed into a corner, is s/he automatically a dunce?]