• AdLib : Night!

  • SallyT : Night!

  • AdLib : Well, guess it’s about that time. Once again, great closing out the night with you, Sally. You have a great weekend too!

  • SallyT : Well, I will let you go. Have a great rest of the evening and weekend.

  • SallyT : Great!

  • AdLib : You can watch it for free on Hulu at this link: «link»

  • SallyT : Thanks, I will get that!

  • AdLib : It’s an older film from the 1980’s but all about this. Here’s a link to the trailer: «link»

  • SallyT : No, should I?

  • AdLib : Did you ever see Koyanisqatsi?

  • SallyT : It is all a matter of nature balancing itself. We are the only damage to it.

  • AdLib : Very cool!

  • AdLib : I love books too. Have a few electronic but there is nothing more comfortable than reading a physical book.

  • SallyT : I watched this show on wolves and how they have changed the course of rivers.

  • SallyT : You probably can get it on Kindle but I don’t have one. I just buy hardcover books. I have loads of books and refuse to go to a Kindle. Old fashion, yes, that is me. I just love to have lots of books around. Hubby has built lots of shelves for me.

  • AdLib : It’s a bit scary to consider. I don’t flatly accept theories because predicting the future is very difficult but it is hard to argue the opposite, that more species are coming along and flourishing and that the climate is becoming more ideal.

  • SallyT : Yes, she was on there!

  • SallyT : I get to typing and the words from my fingers don’t match those in my head! Thank you for understanding. I don’t know what that says about you, tho……..

  • AdLib : I thought I recognized the author and the book, saw her on the Daily show.

  • AdLib : I knew you were referring to extinction, no worries.

  • AdLib : Very interesting! The Earth itself has gone through many cycles of extinction, become unliveably hot then frozen completely over. The balance is kind of delicate and all the pollution we’ve been causing has been tipping the scales badly.

  • SallyT : Here is the link you can read. Do and let me know your thoughts. «link»

  • SallyT : Why did I put distinction???? I meant extinction! Sorry! It is the Sixth Extinction! I am on drugs, Adlib!

  • SallyT : It is about how earth has gone through 5 distinctions to date and we are in the sixth now. There is something going extinct everyday. It starts with frogs. It sounds very interesting. I will tell you more after I get the book but you can read about frogs on the internet as the induction into the book.

  • AdLib : Ouch! That’s messed up.

  • SallyT : Speaking of water bills. Ours are a fortunate right now because all our sewers are now over a hundred years old and need replaced. That is in our water bills.

  • AdLib : No, I haven’t. Is it a hoping for Armageddon-type book?

  • SallyT : I have only read sections of it here on the internet. I order the book but it is on back order.

  • AdLib : I think that’s exactly what it will take, when fruits and vegetable cost a fortune and people can’t afford their water bills…then of course it’s way too late but then people will rise up.

  • SallyT : AdLib, have you read the book Sixth Distinction?

  • AdLib : People take nature for granted, especially the religious extremists who think humans should dominate the Earth and it needs to be destroyed via Armageddon soon so Jesus will come and take them away.