Hello again iiwiiers
Medics 'can mend a broken heart'! Umm, no. The actual story, despite starting with the sentence Scientists have found it is possible to mend a broken heart tells that they can fix "broken heart syndrome", and explains what it is, which is not what the title and the first sentence suggests - it's an actual physical heart condition, caused by stress/distress, but not what is suggested by 'being broken-hearted'. The BBC have, nevertheless, used it as a springboard to an irrelevant 'have your say' about 'how to mend a broken heart', which people are joining in with much gusto, and no-one moaning about the way they've taken a really good story and banalized it. I'm dreading the day when they report on a revolutionary new treatment for water on the brain, and ask us 'what part of the body do you like to pour water on?'
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Listening to LuxuriaMusic Internet Radio as I type this. Also in the gaps between typing bits, which are far too long considering that this is theoretically the main thing I'm doing at the moment.
What is the best way of preventing car parks smelling of urine and vomitus? Yes, that's right, try to drown it out with an even stronger nasty chemical smell! Well, they're supposed to be nice smells - but I can't think of that many smells that remain nice when synthesized and blasted out at high strength to mingle with unpleasant smells in the hope of overpowering it. That's why we don't do personal hygiene the Elizabethan way anymore.
that's all from me for now
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