[AD] Chipurnoi Licorice Chips, 2 LBS
This has been one of my favorite candies, for over 30 years. They are tiny and have the texture of Jujubes. Individually wrapped so that they stay clean in your pockets, only 2.5 calories each, made with real licorice, with a touch of menthol. I remember when I could buy these locally, in little boxes, at Woolworth’s, for just $1 (it was the 80’s). Now I get them from Amazon, in great big 2 LB bags. I keep a bowl full of them on my desk, and a handful in my pocket and purse. They last longer than a typical hard candy, if you suck on them, and if you are a biter, they will still last longer than a hard candy.
Study: Nicotine Normalizes Schizophrenic Brain Activity
Almost 90 percent of people suffering from schizophrenia smoke cigarettes. That’s a smoking rate about six times higher than the general population. Scientists have long assumed that this is an example of self-medication. Now a study in the journal Nature Medicine describes why those with schizophrenia smoke so much, and suggests that nicotine could be used to treat schizophrenia. The authors hope that in the future effective nicotine-based treatments will be available.
Could you teach computer class without a computer?
Why living on the starship Enterprise would actually be awful
This is funny, but I think they may have got a few things wrong. I find it hard to believe there’s only 1 toilet on the entire Enterprise. And the replicator can make brand new, fresh smelling clothing, just as easily as it can make food.
The Insane Untold Story Of The Most Badass Woman In American History
All western schoolchildren have heard of Sacagawea, and even more know the story of Pocahontas either from class or the Disney movie. But who was the great – and comparatively unknown – Marie Dorion? No less than one of the most resilient, courageous, and frankly badass women in history. Dorion (1786 – 1850) was the daughter of a French Canadian father and a Native American mother. A seasoned survivalist, she would go on to become the only female member of John Jacob Astor’s legendary Astoria expedition, whose goal was to establish the first trading post at the mouth of the Columbia.