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  1. Squirrels stash more than 200 walnuts under hood of car Oct. 9 (UPI) -- A Pittsburgh woman who detected a burning odor and heard a strange noise while driving her car looked under the hood and discovered a squirrel had stashed grass and more than 200 walnuts on top of her engine. Holly Persic said she hadn't looked under the hood of her car since an inspection about a month before she discovered the squirrel's winter stash Monday. "They were everywhere, under the battery, near the radiator fan," Persic's husband, Chris, told CNN. "The walnuts on the engine block were black and smelt like they were definitely roasting." The Persics said they had earlier noticed there weren't many walnuts in their yard, despite the nuts starting to fall from trees a few weeks ago, but they were shocked to find out where the missing objects had ended up. The couple removed the grass and walnuts from the top of the engine and took the car to a mechanic, who removed the protective plate from under the vehicle, allowing dozens more walnuts to rain down. "Long story short, if you park outside, do yourself a favor and check under the hood every once in awhile," Chris Persic wrote on Facebook.
  2. Walked about 3 miles today.
  3. Tomorrow is going to be glorious. A high of 73F and low humidity.
  4. I went to immediate care, where I was diagnosed with Lyme disease.
  5. Lyme disease is on my mind, because I found out today I have it. 500mg amoxicillin, 3 times per day, for 21 days.
  6. Maladaptive daydreaming: Maladaptive daydreaming, also known as excessive daydreaming, is a disordered form of dissociative absorption associated with vivid and excessive fantasy activity that often involves elaborate and fanciful scenarios. It can result in distress, can replace human interaction and may interfere with normal functioning such as social life or work.[1][2] People who suffer from maladaptive daydreaming can spend more than half their days in "vivid alternative universes".[3] Maladaptive daydreaming is typically associated with stereotypical movements, such as pacing or rocking, and the need for musical stimulation.[4] One of the lead researchers of maladaptive daydreaming and the person who coined the term is University of Haifa professor Eli Somer.[5][6] Somer's definition of the condition is “extensive fantasy activity that replaces human interaction and/or interferes with academic, interpersonal, or vocational functioning.”[7] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maladaptive_daydreaming
  7. A gay romance novel about a weredolphin and a werewolf who fall in 4EVALURV. It's as deep and meaningful as it sounds.
  8. 4 to 9 inches of snow tomorrow. But it's going to be 58F on Sunday. Welcome to spring in Wisconsin.
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