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Gold Oil Spot


gold oil spot
    gold
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
  • An alloy of this
  • coins made of gold
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
    spot
  • topographic point: a point located with respect to surface features of some region; "this is a nice place for a picnic"; "a bright spot on a planet"
  • Recognize that (someone) has a particular talent, esp. for sports or show business
  • Locate an enemy's position, typically from the air
  • descry: catch sight of
  • See, notice, or recognize (someone or something) that is difficult to detect or that one is searching for
  • a short section or illustration (as between radio or tv programs or in a magazine) that is often used for advertising
    oil
  • Petroleum
  • Any of various thick, viscous, typically flammable liquids that are insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents and are obtained from animals or plants
  • cover with oil, as if by rubbing; "oil the wooden surface"
  • A viscous liquid derived from petroleum, esp. for use as a fuel or lubricant
  • a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
  • anoint: administer an oil or ointment to ; often in a religious ceremony of blessing

Streets of Gold : 24 x 36 oil on canvas-in progress
Streets of Gold : 24 x 36 oil on canvas-in progress
When I began working in Connecticut, my friend and Boeing cohort Tom was also on-assignment in Waterbury. I lived in Windsor Locks with my office in United Technologies-Hamilton Standard. Tom and I got bored spending months away from home. Our boss John Avera began visiting to sit in on my negotiations with United Technologies. We were finalizing engineering and the first article production of B-52 Stratofortress Environmental Control Systems acronym ECS. The USAF Strategic Air Command-SAC contracted our Boeing B-52 Systems & Avionics Group to upgrade missile, computer and crew's entire environmental control turbine systems...ergo keep the high altitude strategic bomber sharp from 1984 forward. In Connecticut, John already knew the great eating spots in Groton and Mystic lining the coast of Long Island Sound north of New York City. So we ate well at each slight opportunity. Our gastronomic quests centered on John's retired-US Army Colonel dining expertise.What an apetite. John enjoyed Lobster hunting. Our daylong Lobster hunt ended when John hand-picked three boxes of the pinching Crustaceans live from a Lobster boat docked in Mystic. John ordered them packed in ice for shipment pronto back home still ready to pinch his truly cool wife....timing his return flight to dine on Lobster when he arrived home. Several times we ended up eating at the superb "Charthouse" steak & Lobster joints. Their topped off single malts flowed like our conversations. It was edifying tripping along New England's coasts with John the tour guide. John lived high and taxpaid across Europe for sixteen years. We ate well and we got to talk guns, ammunition, turbine laminar flows, horses, cattle breeds, long rifle shots in various loads, projectiles and calibers, French and Italian painters, talked aircraft and compared our farm boyhoods. John was a farm boy too, also raised on a cattle operation like me. But John's boyhood was on an island farm off of Georgia's coast. Sometimes we even talked about our Boeing aerospace projects at my insistence. On weekends Tom and I started mingling at parties and pubs between Windsor Locks and Waterbury, CT. Then we started visiting New York on weekends. That autumn we got to know the Greek, Italian, Kosher and Asian deli's, museums, shops and streets of Manhattan. We worked out from Times Square doing pretty much anything happening between Central Park, Rockefller Plaza, Radio City Music Hall, Battery Park, The Guggenhiem, The Met, along 5th Avenue and The Garment District. The reason I bring up the trips is because of a person I saw whose image haunts me. Tom and I walked past the old Madison Square Garden on a raw late September Saturday morning. We were heading to a Greek deli in a cold spatter of wet sleet. The "Old" Garden has huge steps ascending the front facade interspersed by broad landings between series of steps. About ten steps up on the first landing there lay a bundled figure, She seemed sound asleep on the wet granite. I'd seen things happen on New York streets. Things just happen among lots of different people. And I know that almost nothing draws particular note or remark. But I still see the woman's angelic face spattered wet with white hair strings floating in the fall wind, wrapped in her coat of plastic garbage bags. Her face was etched with age but her expression was ageless. She lay in her bed of street ephemera, plastic, papers, discarded toys, shards and clothes. Her shopping-cart camp parted our tide of strangers flowing in eddies around her, oblivious humanity. Her rag camp was a palace of serenity. From her look, I think that we passing hordes may as well have been swirling across a different planet. Her smile belonged on a sleeping child. I remember wondering what world was she sleeping in? Her moments looked like Christmas contentment wrapped in warm dreams. Was she with her children? Or safe in the arms of an old love? Was she the pretty girl again graced by suitors?... where nothing and no one could harm her? Contentment there, stepped over asleep in wet passed by a hundred thousand people on Madison Square Garden's giant steps on a raw Manhattan morning. Tom hardly glanced. We swirled down the block and ducked into the Greek deli. It overflowed Beef and Lamb Giros, hot Pistichio, Spanakopita, Moussaka and Soulvaki smells wafting in Autumn air, calling us to another taxpaid war-bought feast in late September.
Golden Ginger
Golden Ginger
In ancient China, ginger was regarded as a healing gift from God. Ginger has an ornate, long history of both culinary and medicinal use in Chinese, Japanese and Indian medicines. I think it’s more valuable than Gold, just look at all the benefits of Ginger. 1.Lungs: Ginger is good for the respiratory system, treats coughs, asthma, bronchitis. Helps to clear sore throats, cures Streptococcus 2.Immunity: Kills influenza virus by improving immune system's ability to fight infections and lowers fevers. 3.Ginger also relieves headaches, toothaches and backaches 4.Kidneys: It is also believed that ginger root juice is able to dissolve kidney stones. 5.Heart: Ginger is crucial in the battle against cardiovascular disease. Ginger offers substantial protection from stroke and heart attack because of its ability to prevent blood clotting. It reduces serum cholesterol, which can slow down circulation. 6.Stomach: Ginger is one of the most effective herbal remedies to get rid of Motion/ Morning Sickness, gas, swelling, and diarrhea, upset stomach and indigestion. It stimulates appetite 7.Menstruation: Ginger Root is good for the uterus as well as the intestinal tract and eases menstrual cramps and used as a cure for breast cancer. 8.Ginger stimulates circulation so it is good for cold hands and feet. 9.Hair: Ginger is useful for hair care as well. Usage of the juice of ginger is useful in controlling dandruff. 10.Food poisoning: Ginger is antiseptic and carminative. As a result, it can be used for treating food and mushroom poisoning. It is also used for treating intestinal infections and bacterial dysentery. 11.Skin: Very cleansing - reduces pus in infected wounds as well as boils. Clears spots caused by chicken pox and shingles. Useful for burns, sores, sunburn, ringworm, warts, herpes, athlete’s foot 12.Arthritis: As Ginger root is a proven anti-inflammatory agent for arthritis. 13.Scorpions: is an antidote for scorpions and dog bites and tetanus. 14.Burns: One of its more unusual uses is for burns. When used externally in a poultice or as an ointment, ginger soothes inflammation and promotes healing. The juice of fresh ginger, soaked into a cotton ball and applied to a burn, for example, acts as an immediate pain reliever (even on open blisters), reduces blistering and inflammation, and provides antibacterial protection against infection. 15.Ginger fights body odor, and promotes perspiration. 16.Malaria: Ginger root and ginger oil is also effective against yellow fever and malaria. 17.Stress: depression, mental stress, exhaustion, dizziness, restlessness and anxiety.

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