Revised Partial Table of Contents

19 Surprising Ways The Debut of MTV is More Refreshing …
https://findingenvirons1.blog/2021/08/04/19-surprising-ways-the-debut-of-mtv-is-more-refreshing-than-new-socks/
Aug. 4, 2021 — My friend Ryan, made fun of me for wearing colorful new socks, in junior high. We weren’t friends long after he began that.

Crackle Show Startup Got Me Real Interested in its First Season
https://findingenvirons1.blog/2021/07/18/crackle-show-startup-got-me-real-interested-in-its-first-season/
Jul. 18, 2021 — Crackle Show Startup Got Me Real Interested in its First Season. The Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment video title Startup was added …

What the World Would Be Like If Fringe Opinions Didn’t Exist
https://findingenvirons1.blog/2020/10/03/what-the-world-would-be-like-if-fringe-opinions-didnt-exist/
Oct. 3, 2020 — Today I saw Forbes was describing how Trump’s preoccupation with stopping TikTok became his downfall. Forbes didn’t say this, …

9 Things Your Boss Expects You to Know About Justice League
https://findingenvirons1.blog/2020/09/04/9-things-your-boss-expects-you-to-know-about-justice-league/
Sep. 4, 2020 — The HBO Max director’s cut of the film Justice League revived the popularity of DC superheroes, Batman, Superman, The Flash, Aquaman, Wonder …

Bex’ Struggle Last October on EastEnders – findingenvirons
https://findingenvirons1.blog/2020/08/18/bex-struggle-last-october-on-eastenders/
Aug. 18, 2020 — Bex’ Struggle Last October on EastEnders. On TV, the soap EastEnders has presented life in Albert Square in London since 1985, …

My Most Graceful and Honest Intentions with … – findingenvirons
https://findingenvirons1.blog/2020/07/18/my-most-graceful-and-honest-intentions-with-the-findingenvirons-blog/
Jul. 18, 2020 — A blog, as you know, is long-form writing. It’s the opposite of microblogging, like how blogging is on Twitter. A Personal Plan on WordPress, an …

The 19 Best Resources for Feeling Less Like Facebook is an Empty …
https://findingenvirons1.blog/2020/03/30/the-19-best-resources-for-feeling-less-like-facebook-is-an-empty-hq/
The 19 Best Resources for Feeling Less Like Facebook is an Empty Hq. As consumers spend less money, companies will also slash their advertising budgets. As …

Why Holden Caulfield Thinks Social Media Jobs are Phony
https://findingenvirons1.blog/2020/03/23/why-holden-caulfield-thinks-social-media-jobs-are-phony/
Mar. 23, 2020 — Portent is a content generation tool that helps creators come up with unique ideas. While it is not a good idea for a writer to plagiarize …

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#spring dst and its usual sleep deprivation

The Monday after the change to DST

The Saturday 3/9 edition of the National Post, one of the papers that my parents get, carried a big story by a Sharon Kirkey on A3.  The paper included the rather off-putting headline “Heart attacks and other risks of daylight savings” https://t.co/hU0Wp67UVx

I don’t worry about sleep-deprivation, but my father said last night after I read the Sharon Kirkey story that I could point out what she wrote about DST safely.  Kirkey’s conclusion to her story in the National Post is the wonderful words LOST SLEEP ALSO MAKES US SLACKERS

Before the ninth of March, my mother was already pointing out to me that Daylight Savings Time was here Sunday at 2 a.m.  I got a normal night’s sleep the Saturday, the ninth, and in the morning I changed my alarm clock, my answering machine and my microwave oven to DST.

The computer adjusted automatically.  I was fine.

My mother and father

I was pleased my mother thought to remind me of such business, as this pragmatic reality might have gone right by me and caused inadvertent confusion.  I see the effects of sleep deprivation everywhere, but many perspectives we take are a matter of our consensus about what’s true.  In any case, there is presently no option except to join in Daylight Savings.

I subscribe to the email newsletter Publishous, which just moved into the top four hundred publications of writers on Medium.

In the month of March, Publishous readers are writing about #spring.  The intention is that writers reading Publishous should pass on their work to the Publishous editors for consideration, but I am doing no such thing.

I am only glancing at Publishous to see if there is anything I find splendid and want to read.  I do draw inspiration from it independent of the need to participate in writing for their eyes, although any are welcome to read me as I am putting the ideas together in this blog.  I just don’t want to bat out of my league.

Sharon Kirkey’s story is grim, but I am pleased that my parents thought to provide me with advice, when I explained to them what I had in mind to blog.  My dad is also my boss–we operate a tiny cemetery http://www.maplelawncemetery.org

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Good luck recovering from any impact you yourself felt from the change to DST.