Thank you, Mr. King, for adding campgrounds and old people in RVs to the list of things never seen the same again. The list includes but is not limited to: balloons, clowns, parked school buses at night, historical hotels and crows in the corn. BTW, Doctor Sleep was fantastic and a stunning sequel to The Shining.
While I am discussing Stephen King books, do yourself a favor and read Mr. Mercedes. It was amazing. The book contained two profound thoughts I have to share:
1) "Everyone likes the ice cream man" - like clowns and caravaning groups of elderly people weren't enough, now a new creepy thing.
2) "Cutting the skin of the world and leaving a scar. That's all history is after all: scar tissue."
Amazing book and yes I read it in seven hours.
I am currently waiting for Revival to be released. I am third on the list for the library copy. I cannot wait to see what everyday item Mr. King has transformed into the stuff of nightmares.
Support groups can be an important source of information and camaraderie for those of us with Essential Tremor. There are different ways of finding support with pros and cons to both physical and online support groups.
Read the full blog post at: http://tremoraction.org/2014/08/support-good/
Email just sent to NFL Preseason Support:
I got the preseason ticket on Thursday. Last night I watched the replay of the Seattle game. When I tried to switch to another game at 8p, I got different errors depending on which device I was using. My windows pc would only give me the icon that looks like a ripped picture. My Chromebook informed me I did not have a preseason subscription. My itunes PS app would not even load.
Today we were watching the replay of the Eagles game. After following around getting the pc hooked up to the tv, it was fine until the 4th quarter when it simply went away. The computer is Windows 7 and has all the updated Adobe and other add-ons necessary. I want to watch a game, not spend so much time fooling around trying to get the NFL subscription to work.
I do not have satellite or cable. All of our entertainment is streamed through roku, ps3 or xbox 360. I got the preseason subscription to decide if the full season ticket was worth $329.00. As of now, I have to say it is not. With the obscene amount of money the NFL generates, they really need to spend some of their technology for fans. Why doesn't the NFL have a app on Roku? The huge ticket price of the season would be more acceptable if I knew the deliver was granted and did not involve using a pc and hdmi cord hooked to my tv.
How about foregoing another huge raise for the commissioner and spending some money on the fans instead?