CHANGE… humanity's ONLY reliable CONSTANT!

A couple of months ago, I wrote that this BLOG would be moving from Blogharbor.com to Pressharbor.com. It will remain with the same hosting company but use a different blogging engine: Word Press. And, since I’ve had my own domain name, thetruefacts, it will become self-hosting.

In other words, the formal site URL of http://thetruefacts.blogharbor.com, it will become www.thetruefacts.com. I have a makeshift page at that location right now, but it’s nothing to brag about and it’s temporary.

Over the next couple of weeks, access will be sporadic while the technicians at Pressharbor convert everything to the new format and make the needed DNS redirection changes. Then, of course, I’ll have to learn the quirks of the new format, which, THEY tell me, are minimal.

Uh-huh! I’ve heard this BEFORE. But, just in case, I’m keeping this week’s and, if necessary, next week’s postings very short. I’m hoping to be back to full tilt by then, with a new, much more powerful format.

In the meantime, McDonalds is currently offering the McRib sandwich. This is one of those once-a-year, or perhaps even less frequent, offerings.

Even though no board-certified nutritionist in this country will tell you they hold a single iota of nutrition, I can’t get my fill of them. But, keep in mind, since—age wise—I’m almost dead anyway, my opinion is not worth a hoot. I also inhale hotdogs, and we all know about the chest pains they cause in your run-of-the-mill nutritionist!

But, it’s NOT too late for you younger people to kick the habit of inhaling high-calorie, useless crap. So, to this end, I found this ditty concerning the ingredients in a McRib sandwich. Just click here; and Bon Appétit!

As for me, I’m on my way to McDonalds to get my daily fix. They come off the menu November 16. And, who knows, I may be dead—a possible self-fulfilling prophecy if I keep eating the things—before they offer them again.

Joe Walther is a freelance writer and publisher of The True Facts. You may comment on his column by clicking here.

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