Daily Archives: September 23, 2021

Do The Time Warp Again . . .

First off, thanks for the many emails and comments covering what Jan and I are doing as far as WuFlu avoidance, as well as possible Ivermectin dosages if needed.

One thing to note is for people who might be squeamish about using the ‘horsey’ version of Ivermectin, there are doctors online that will prescribe the human version of the Ivermectin pills that can be taken either Prophylactically or Symptomatically. You can try here.  Pushhealth.

The only problem maybe finding a pharmacy that will actually fill the prescription, because some larger chain pharmacy’s won’t. But there are places  online that will fill them. And we have several close friends and relatives that are taking the pills that way.

Check it out.

About 10:30 Jan and I headed north to meet up with Debi and Ed Hurlburt at the Golden Corral up in Conroe, our first time back at a GC since we moved down here in October 2017. And it was just as good as we remembered.

Great Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Veggies, and of course, the fantastic desserts. Jan was only disappointed that it was not yet pumpkin pie season at GC.

Ed and Debi recently recovered from a bout with CoVid a few weeks after getting their first vaccine shot, and a few days before their second one was scheduled.

They both received the Regeneron  Monoclonal Antibodies treatment and they said it really seemed to help.

We had a great time seeing Debi and Ed again, and it’s good to see that they’re pretty much recovered.

Coming home about 2:30 we make a detour over to the Trader Joe’s in the Montrose area so Jan could pick up some stuff that Jan had seen on YouTube.

Haven’t never been there, I just put the address into the GPS and off we went. So we were very surprised when we got close and saw this.

Alabama Theater Sign

Turns out that the Trader Joe’s is living in the old Alabama theater, a place we haven’t been to since the early 80’s.

Built in 1939 in the Art Deco style it was the nicest theater in Texas for a while, but like many downtown movie houses it had started to go downhill. And by the early 80’s its claim to fame was hosting the Friday and Saturday Midnight Showings of Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Rocky Horror Picture Show

We took the kids (Chris was about 13 and Brandi was about 8) up there to on of the shows several times. Pretty much at the end of its lifetime, it had the pretty seedy atmosphere for the show.

In fact a couple of years later, the theater closed and it became a book store. Until 2013 when it became a Trader Joe’s.

Alabama Theater

It was nice to see that they retained a lot of the beautiful Art Deco style touches.

Very nice!

Thought For The Day:

Most companies are only an MBA or two from complete incompetence.

%d bloggers like this: