Quite a lot, I realize.
People talking behind backs, people telling tales, dishonesty
2. What’s the big news in your neck of the woods?
Right now...hmmm.... nothing special. There's a lot to do about asylumseekers and fugitives at the moment.
There's moving out of the temporary buildings, because there's an event planned and the buildings are needed for a kind of paralympics. But it's not something we witness here. It's just newspaperstuff for us.
3. What has everyone else raising an eyebrow, but is only getting a shrug of the shoulders out of you?
What a difficult question.
There has been so many people in my life with so many different behaviours, that I'm not surprised easily.
I react quite calm on things.
4. What are you keeping an eye on?
Right now... on medical research regarding diabetes and hearfailure. There's so much bad research and so much nonsense told to people. Like at the moment that diabetes can be cured by eating fats instead of carbohydrates, or that loosing weight cures diabetes.
5. What’s something you’ve done an about-face on recently?
About-face means changing your mind?
I've changed my mind about my GP. He's not keeping up with recent medical developments. That's not him. Or is it? I think his age is catching up with him. I always thought he was a good tutor, but now I'm starting to have my doubts.
Have a great weekend.
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