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In October of 2003, the US government obtained US Patent 6630507 titled "Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants". They are "found to be useful in the treatment & prophylaxis of a wide variety of oxidation associated diseases, such as ischemic, age-related, inflammatory & autoimmune diseases w/ particular application in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults - stroke & trauma, or in treatment of neurodegenerative diseases - as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s & HIV dementia.”

Hammock at home...I love breaking the rules, I mean inside hammock, swiggety!! Who needs a couch...

Cottage pallete....link does not work, here are the colors: Behr – Eucalyptus Garden View 470D.4, Pittsburgpaints- Carribbean Summer Breeze 404.1, Dutch boy; Celadon Whishful Thinking D16-4, Valspar; Lamb’s Ear Sweet Mint 5005-5B, Benjamin Moore- Mermaid Copper Patina 619- Would LOVE to use these colors in a house one day!

Don't have a curtain? It's okay, hang some pretty tea towels next to your kitchen window. And add a nice wooden bench with some herbs pots.

Hunter S. Thompson's Daily Routine Was Way More Intense Than Your Daily Routine

IBM 5MB hard drive. circa 1956. We now many thousands of times that space on a tiny card in our cameras...

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"I like material things as much as anyone. But my experiences show that after a certain point, material objects have a tendency to crowd out the emotional needs they are meant to support. Often, material objects take up mental as well as physical space. I sleep better knowing I’m not using more resources than I need. I have less — and enjoy more."