Toady's tidbits for today / Don't skip breakfast! Start the day with some food for thought.
Words to keep
"It is impossible to live pleasurably without living wisely, well, and justly, and impossible to live wisely, well, and justly without living pleasurably." —Epicurus
Kyushu & Japan
The city of Yanagawa in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, is known for its delicious eel. People often visit Yanagawa especially to eat this local delicacy, or to take a leisurely ride down the Yanagawa River. The boatmen dispense bits of local history as they guide the boats along with their poles. Yanagawa is a picturesque little city with a picturesque name, which means "Willow River".
Toady's teaser for today / Look tomorrow!
Q: What's Fukuoka Jo Gakuin's contribution to fashion in Japan?
Q: William Shakespeare apparently got the idea for one of his plays from a news item. Which play is it?
A: The Tempest. It seems that Shakespeare got part of the idea, anyway, from a news item about some people who had been shipwrecked on an island in the Atlantic Ocean.
Toady's triathlon for today /
Here are three quick exercises to get you going!
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