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(my July 2007 half-humorous and half-serious post)
The next time someone starts clamoring about how we need to do this and that to stop global warming, ask the person if he or she is a vegetarian. If the person isn't a vegetarian, then the person is a hypocrite in addition to being ignorant of the information espoused by environmentalists.
(my July 2007 post)
What follows is info from a brochure (pdf file) we picked up at the Phoenix Earth Food Co-Op. I imagine it has been distributed to other health food stores. A "new program" begins in mid-September 2007. The Healthy Toledo Web site is still under construction in some areas.
(my Feb 22, 2007 post that excerpted from a Toledo City Paper article)
(my Apr 27, 2006 post)
From the Phoenix Earth Food Co-op newsletter:
(my Nov 10, 2005 post)
Saturday, Nov 12, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the McMaster Center in the Main Library downtown. Featured speakers: Will Allen of Growing Power, Amy Bodiker - former executive director of Chef's Collaborative, and Todd Wickstrom of Heritage Foods.
(my Dec 9, 2003 message board post that excerpted a WSPD story)
There's a survey on just about anything.
A recent survey on the best and worst cities for sleep ranks Toledo 82nd on the top 100 list. The best rest in Ohio is in Cincinnati, but its still not a good rest, the queen city finished 51st. The worst place to sleep in the U.S. is New Haven, Conn. The best city, perhaps a nap on the beach, is Honolulu.
From an October 2002 WSPD.com story:
This months edition of Mens Health Magazine says Toledo rates an "A" for clean air, but an "F" for the overall health and fitness of its residents. The city , however, rates better than the other major cities in Ohio, Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland and Detroit, Michigan.