Out here in the Milky Way’s suburbs, stellar collisions are unheard of. But there are places in the galaxy where stars whiz past each other, and collisions can happen. When stars collide, it’s a catastrophic event, and the stellar wreckage is visible half a galaxy away.
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Get well Pamela! You know the drill.. lottsa chicken zoup, with celery, chopped snap peas(?), broccoli, spinach leaves, some egg noodles, an onion or some scallions, rice, chopped potato – diced 1/4″ sq, 1 can of white cannelloni beans, fresh chopped ginger and garlic, Turmeric, Basil, Dill, couple drops of toasted sesame seed oil… Make a zalad and use sweetened rice vinegar with a dash of apple cider vinegar in virgin olive oil and a squeeze of lemon… Well, that’s what I’d bring by if I lived close anyway.
Oopster… double post. Dzzz.
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