Ben Johnson pulled his Ford F-150 off of I-70. He was somewhere in Ohio, couldn’t remember where exactly. He still had a few hundred miles to go before he made it back to his house in Virginia. He had been on the road for 9 hours and he was exhausted.
Driving south on the Dallas North Tollway and thinking about that “Defender of the Faith” line again, I should have gone west, but I was in no particular hurry to get home, so I went south toward downtown instead. I drove through the triple underpass of Kennedy assassination fame and pulled up at an old warehouse near Dealy Plaza that had been renovated and now boasted high-dollar lofts and some offices. On the sixth floor were the offices of the Dallas Free Press, a weekly newspaper/tabloid that carried both insightful political commentary and ads for strip clubs and methadone clinics. My Uncle Zeke had been a writer there for the past 15 years, and since he worked bizarre hours, I knew he would be here even this late on a Saturday.
Review your parking lot safety. Warmer weather brings more people outdoors. Install crosswalk signs to show people where it’s safe to walk and to tell drivers what places are off limits.
Signs are very helpful. However, many ignore it. There are people who still use their mobile phones even if they are in a gasoline station. Some still smokes even if there is a Security Signs. Many do not take not of the signs because they do not realize their important.
But what still amazed me was what had been added to the campus over the past few years. As I walked through the main entrance, I faced a library and a bookstore; to my right was a fully staffed cafeteria. To the left was the food court, consisting of two fast-food chain restaurants and a coffee bar, flanked by a two-screen movie theater. A plethora of meeting rooms branched off the hallway that circled the entire building. An adjacent building held a ten-lane bowling alley, gym, and an Olympic-sized pool; beyond that building were softball and soccer fields, and an impressive football stadium. The older deacons had drawn the line at putting a dome on the stadium: too flashy, they said.
A. Nicotine Replacement Therapy – Nicotine is the chemical compound in smoke that causes you to become addicted to tobacco products. There are various products that deliver nicotine to your body without the carcinogenic chemicals that are found in smoke. They include nicotine patches, nicotine gum, and nicotine lozenges that deliver low doses of nicotine directly into your body through your skin. The idea behind these products is that you can stop smoking and then gradually reduce your dependence on nicotine, finally giving up the nicotine replacements themselves.
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