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Age-Activated Attention Deficit Disorder

A.A.A.D.D. { Age-Activated Attention Deficit Disorder }.

This is how it manifests…

I decide to water my garden. As I turn on the hose in the driveway, I look over at my car and decide it needs washing.

As I start toward the garage, I notice mail on the porch table that I brought up from the mail box earlier.

I decide to go through the mail before I wash the car.

I lay my car keys on the table, put the junk mail in the garbage can under the table & notice that the can is full.

So, I decide to put the bills back on the table and take out the garbage first..

But then I think, since I’m going to be near the mailbox, when I take out the garbage anyway, I may as well pay the bills first.

I take my cheque book off the table & see that there is only one cheque left. My extra cheques are in my desk in the study, so I go inside the house to my desk where I find the can of Pepsi I’d been drinking.

I’m going to look for my cheques, but first I need to push the Pepsi aside so that I don’t accidentally knock it over.

The Pepsi is getting warm & I decide to put it in the refrigerator to keep it cold.

As I head toward the kitchen with the Pepsi, a vase of flowers on the counter catches my eye ~ they need water.

I put the Pepsi on the counter & discover my reading glasses that I’ve been searching for all morning.

I decide I better put them back on my desk, but first I’m going to water the flowers.

I set the glasses back down on the counter , fill a container with water and suddenly spot the TV remote. Someone left it on the kitchen table.

I realize that tonight when we go to watch TV, I’ll be looking for the remote, but I won’t remember that it’s on the kitchen table, so I decide to put it back in the den where it belongs, but first I’ll water the flowers.

I pour some water in the flowers, but quite a bit of it spills on the floor. So, I set the remote back on the table, get some towels and wipe up the spill.

Then, I head down the hall trying to remember what I was planning to do.

At the end of the day…
The car isn’t washed,
The bills aren’t paid,
There is a warm can of
Pepsi sitting on the counter, The flowers don’t have enough water,
There is still only 1 cheque in my cheque book,
I can’t find the remote,
I can’t find my glasses,
And I don’t remember what I did with the car keys.

Then, when I try to figure out why nothing got done today, I’m really baffled because I know I was busy all day & I’m really tired.

I realize this is a serious problem & I’ll try to get some help for it, but first I’ll check my e-mail…

Forward this message to everyone you know


what are Generic medicines

V.V.IMP message from central government. New step again.
This is definitely going to save u money..

Dear All,

This is to inform you that medicines are prescribed (by doctors) by brand name & not by the generics (Ingredients). Hence we end up paying more money for the same medicine.

Follow these few steps to know more & start saving on your medical bills.

1. Simply goto (Medicines and Doctors online) goto medicines secton

2. Search the medicine name

3. Type the medicine name which you are using (e. g. Lyrica 75mg (Pfizer company)

4. It will show u medicine company, prices and Ingredients

5. Now main point CLICK ON ‘SUBSTITUTE’

6. Don’t be surprised to see that same drug is available at very low cost also. And that to by other reputed manufacturer. e. g. Lyrica by pfizer is for Rs. 768.56 for 14 tab (54.89 per tab). Whereas same drug by Cipla (Prebaxe) is available ONLY @ Rs. 59.00 for 10 tab (5.9 per tab)


There was a big lobby by Pharma companies to stop generic medicines. But court kept the interest of common man and the medical need.

“Kindness Costs Nothing” – please share it with your groups


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మీరు గ్యాస్ డెలివరి బాయ్ కి 20/30 రూ. ఇస్తున్నారా?⛽

గ్యాస్ డెలివరి కి మీరు ఇచ్చే అమౌంట్=662.50.
ఇందులో 630.95 గ్యాస్ బిల్ + 31.55 డెలివరి చార్జెస్=662.50

అంటే మనం మన ఇంటికి డెలివరి చేసేందుకు కూడా బిల్ పే చేస్తున్నాం.

మీరు 20/30 రూ.డెలివరి బాయ్స్ కి ఇవ్వడం ద్వారా గ్యాస్ ఏజెన్సీ లే లక్షల్లో బ్లాక్ మనీ దండుకుంటున్నాయి.ఎలా?

మీరు ఎలాగు 20/30 రూ. ఇస్తున్నారు కాబట్టి ఆటో ఖర్చు,డీజిల్ ఖర్చు,డెలివరి బాయ్స్ జీతం ఖర్చులు గ్యాస్ ఏజెన్సీకి అందులోనే సరిపోతుంది.ఎలా?

ఒక రోజుకు 500 సిలిండర్లు సేల్ జరిగితే 500*20=10000
నెలకు 10000*30=3,00,000.
ఈ 3 లక్షల్లో డెలివరి బాయ్స్ ఆటో,డీజిల్ ఖర్చులు పోగా మిగిలింది డెలివరి బాయ్స్,ఏజెన్సీ వాటా పంచుకుంటారు.

ఇప్పుడు అసలు విషయానికి వస్తే గ్యాస్ బిల్ లో 31.55 రూ. మనం ఇచ్చే డెలివరి చార్జెస్ ని ఏజెన్సీ తింటోందది.ఎందుకంటే మనం ఇచ్చే 20/30 రూ. డెలివరి ఖర్చులకు సరిపోతుంది.

ఇప్పుడు గ్యాస్ ఏజెన్సీ ఎంత దండుకుంటుందో చూద్దాం.
31.55 కాకుండా 30 కే కుదించుదాం.ఒక రోజుకు 500 సిలిండర్లు సేల్ అవుతే
నెలకు 15000*30=4,50,000
సంవత్సరానికి 4,50,000*12=54,00,000/-
ఒక డెలివరి బాయ్ కి చిల్లరే కదా అని మీరు ఇచ్చే 20 రూ మీ గ్యాస్ ఏజెన్సీకి పరోక్షంగా 50 లక్షలకు పైగా బ్లాక్ మనీ కి సహకరిస్తున్నాం.

రూల్స్ ప్రకారం గ్యాస్ డెలివరి బాయ్ కి 1 రూ. కూడా ఇవ్వకండి.సమాచార హక్కు చట్టం ద్వారా నాకు తెలిసిన విషయాలు:-
1)గ్యాస్ ఏజెన్సీ కి 5 కి.మి.ల రేడియస్ లోపు ఎక్కడ డెలివరి జరిగిన డెలివరి బాయ్ కి ఎటువంటి చార్జెస్ చెల్లించరాదు.అ పై ప్రతి 1.6 కి.మి. లకు చార్జెస్ పే చేయాలి.

2) డెలివరి టాప్ ఫ్లోర్ లొ చేసినా చార్జెస్ వసూలు చేయరాదు.

3)ఒకవేల మనమే ఏజెన్సీకి వెళ్ళి గ్యాస్ తీసుకుంటే ఏజెన్సీవారు బిల్లు లో డెలివరి చార్జెస్ లో 20 రూ.మనకు రిబేట్ ఇవ్వాలి.

పాపం కదా!జీతాలు తక్కువ వస్తుంటాయి అని మీరు ఇచ్చే 20/30 రూ. గ్సాస్ ఏజెన్సీ కి లక్షల్లో బ్లాక్ మనీ తెచ్చి పెడుతున్నాయి.అదే మీరు డెలివరి బాయ్ కి 20/30 పై ఖర్చులు ఇవ్వకపోతే అప్పుడు గ్యాస్ ఏజెన్సీలు 31.55 రూ.(ఏదైతే మనం కట్టే గ్యాస్ బిల్లు లో ఇంక్లూడ్ అయి ఉందో) వాటిని డెలివరి బాయ్స్ జీతాలు, ఆటో,డీజిల్ ఖర్చులుకు వాడక తప్పదు.అప్పుడు గ్యాస్ ఏజెన్సీ ల అక్రమ సంపాదన అరికట్టినట్లవుతుంది.
కావున ఇప్పటినుండి బిల్ లో ఉన్న అమౌంట్ కి రూపాయి కూడా ఎక్కువ ఇవ్వద్దు. ఒకవేళ 20/30 రూ. అడిగితే రసీదు దానికి రసీదు అడగండి.అతను రసీదు ఇవ్వలేడు.

పెట్రోల్ బంకుల దగ్గర 99.51 రూ పోయించుకొని మిగులు 49 పైసలు దేశం మోత్తానికి లెక్కేస్తేనే కోట్లల్లో ఉంటుంది.అలాంటిది మీరు ఇచ్చే 20/30 రూ. దేశం మొత్తానికి లెక్కెస్తే ఎన్ని కోట్లవుతుందనేది మీ లెక్కకే వదిలేస్తున్నా!!!!


Mouthwash Buying Guide

Mouthwash Buying Guide

With poor dental health habits like taking strong odor foods and skipping brushing and less care about teeth many of us facing dental issues like Cavities, Gingivitis and mainly bad breath.

You should be very careful in using the mouthwash as over usage will lead to killing the good bacteria in your mouth also try to avoid using alcohol based mouthwashes, they are highly prone to oral cancer. Because reduced levels of good bacteria in your mouth will be vulnerable for oral diseases.

Choosing a right Mouthwash

Choosing a right mouthwash is very difficult and should take advice from a dentist. But in general, when you are suffering from :

  • Only bad breath… go for breath freshening mouthwashes.
  • Gum related problems… go for anti-bacterial mouthwashes.
  • Cavity related problems… go for mouthwashes with fluoride.

There is no mouthwash as an all-rounder you should choose the best suitable one for your condition.


Mouthwash is a good option to reduce odors and control the bad breath. In market generally we can find 2 types of mouthwashes Cosmetic and Therapeutic. Cosmetic mouthwash controls the bad breath and the therapeutic mouthwash is used for gum and cavity problems.

Before concluding the topic few good habits to follow are:

  • Don’t rinse with mouthwash immediately after brushing your teeth.
  • Go for fluoride based mouthwashes.
  • Try avoiding alcohol based mouthwashes.
  • Change the mouthwash if you observe any difficulty while using it or consult a dentist for advice.

Rice Buying Guide | Rice Types

Rice Buying Guide

The most common ingredient of India kitchen is Rice. Based on location and their habits people use different types of rice. Actually there are thousands of rice types available in all over the world.

Types of Rice – By Size

Based on the size of the rice grain we can broadly categorize into 3 types:

  • Long Rice : When the length of grain is more than 3 or 4 times of the width then we can say it as long rice.
  • Medium Rice : When the length of grain is around double of its width then we can say it as medium rice.
  • Short Rice : When the length of grain is all most same as the width then we can say it as short rice.

Types of Rice – By Color

When we classify the rice based on its color then the following are few most famous types of rice.

  • White Rice : This is most commonly used type of rice in all places. This is also called as milled rice or polished rice. When the hull and bran layers of the grain is removed then we can say it is polished rice.
  • Brown Rice : When only hull layer is removed and heeps the bran layer we can call it as brown rice. It is very healthy when compared with polished rice since it keeps all the good qualities of bran layer.
  • Red Rice : This type of rice also maintains its bran layer which gives the reddish color to it.
  • Black Rice : Some call this as forbidden rice and mostly used in chinese receipes.
  • Wild Rice : This is not actually a rice grain but is treated as rice and is most commmonly used in North America.

Types of Rice – By Aroma

Few rice types gives a pleasent smell when cooked the following are the common types you can find:

  • Basmati Rice : Most commonly used rice in Indian receipes particularly used for special items.
  • Jasmine Rice : Its a Thai special when cooked its very soft and tastes good.

Forms of Rice

Based on the processed types and techniques we can classify the rice into following forms:

  • Rough Rice : This is the original whole grain with all layers of it unremoved means direct produced one. We can’t consume rice in this form.
  • Brown Rice : When we remove the top layer of rice grain i.e. hull layer then we can call it as Brown rice this can be cookedd and consumed but takes more cooking because of its thick bran layer.
  • Milled Rice : This is very common form of rice consumed all over India which is polished throughly to remove the both hull and bran layers of grain.
  • Parboiled Rice : This is also one of the common rice form used alternative to milled rice. This is generated by compressing the rough rice with hard steam and then it is polished.