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The Flauntable Benefits Of Being A Mistress In New Hampshire.

by Anura Guruge


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I don’t know much about trucks — not having owned one since 1987. But, this looked pretty fancy, expensive & brand, spanking new. I only noticed the number plate much later.

WOW.

I had not realized that it was now OK to flaunt the fact.

I do NOT know whose it is, though it was at our beach. There was nobody there. Just I & the dogs. Maybe they were in the bushes, though I heard no noises & the dogs didn’t go sniffing.

I guess it is all relative. She obviously is very proud of it. Good for her.

That she could get that plate surprises & amuses I. Then again, as I chronicled here, I saw “BGFKNFM“, in Maine!

We also have “BJTOY” on a plate here — though you would run a mile if YOU saw who drives it.

Well, I guess each to their own. I wonder what HE thinks.

P.S., I do know of ALL the definitions of a ‘Mistress’ — but I doubt any school teachers still go around describing themselves as ‘mistresses’. SMILE.


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Is There A ‘York Harbor’ In New Hampshire? I Saw This One At ‘York Harbor’, Maine.

by Anura Guruge


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Saw this in ‘York Harbor’, Maine. Made me smile.

I understand & appreciate the sentiment. Bravo. But, York is in Maine, NOT New Hampshire.

It is about 20-miles north of the border. I don’t think it was ever in New Hampshire. The river is a very clear marker.


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Is God Supposed To Be Disabled — Or Is That Just A Quirky New Hampshire Thing?

by Anura Guruge


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Attribution WILL be enforced.



In front of us, on Loudon Road, Concord, NH at 4:24pm, today.


Rather old Chrysler Grand Caravan driven by a silver-haired lady.

We had one of those too. So, we had the same minivan as God? Pretty cool.

At least it wasn’t German.


New Hampshire disabled license plate.


No question. This is NOT a ‘PhotoShop‘, hoax or early April Fool’s Joke. This was kosher.

Not sure what to make of it.

Am I supposed to believe that this is God’s minivan and that she is disabled? That seems incongruous. The ‘+’ is often used in NH vanity plates as a space filler.

Another interpretation is that it is the (or a ) disabled PLUS God. That makes more sense. But, if I was permanently disabled, as opposed to temporarily (we hope), I wouldn’t be too chummy with God. I would want to know: “God, why I?“. “What did I do that was so bad?“. “What about one of your miracles?


Now there is something else. NH DMV, quite rightly, as some guidelines, though this is all it says on their Website: “Certain letter/character combinations, such as H8, will not be allowed”.

I am surprised that ‘God’ was permitted. But, this is indeed ‘Live Free OR Die’ New Hampshire.


So this gets curiouser. So, ‘+God’ is in Concord. ~40 miles away, in Alton, we have “God’s Final Word“. Do you think they get together. Both minivans. Very strange.


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The Most Obnoxious License Plate In All Of New Hampshire.

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I sedate them too number plate in Wolfeboro New Hampshire


I have seen it before. You can see it most days in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.

I saw it again today and it got my goat.

It make me MAD every time I see it. It is so inappropriate and obnoxious.

I realized today that, at a quick glance, you could interpret it as worse! ‘Sed’ –> ‘Sod8’ …. Hhmmm.

It amazes me that somebody would go around with a number plate like this.

Amazing. Sad. A sick person. A very sick person.


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NH Opioid Epidemic — I Blame Unsupervised NURSES.

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From New Hampshire’s own “Union Leader“, December 22, 2015.

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Click to ENLARGE and read this excerpt here. Use link ABOVE to access original with all the names of the guilty.


Here is the list of 2013’s top NH’s prescribers per ABOVE article.

Why does Somersworth appear so OFTEN.

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Oh, Look what I found. Pictures of some of these named
from Somersworth.

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Guess where I found those pictures. On the “PainCare” Website. Fancy that?

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Do YOU think that this, this patient MOCKING NH License Plate, that says “I Sedate Them Too” (ISED8M2) belongs to a “PainCare” nurse? I am asking.

I am NOT a patient of “PainCare” so I would not know. The primary PAIN in my life is emotional due to nurses prescribing opioids and Methadone willy nilly like it was candy. And this was to somebody who was on Xanax! Yes, we ended up in ER. 

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The Mocking License Plate Of An Opioid Prescribing Nurse.

by Anura Guruge


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This is real. Check it. New Hampshire number plate.


Yesterday I explained why I think that nurses should NOT be allowed to prescribe opioids (just like doctors).

I present this picture as ‘exhibit 1’.

ISED8M2 = I SEDATE Them Too.

This is a nurse that prescribes (a lot of) opioids.

What does it tell YOU about his judgement?

Should somebody as shallow and crass as this be allowed –legally — to prescribe dangerous drugs. Yes, I know of one person that he sent to the ER!

Yes, in general I have a very high regard for nurses and I have known quite a few. SMILE. Yes, every profession has a spectrum of ability, commitment, competence, professionalism etc.

All that said I still will contend that nurses should NOT be allowed to prescribe opioids. And yes I wrote about this license plate before!

And in this case, this number plate alone should be grounds for having their license revoked.

What do YOU think?


by Anura Guruge


I Did My First ‘Granite State Ambassador’ Shift At The New Hampshire State House Concord This Afternoon. It Was Neat.

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We visited the NH State House … — Dec. 29, 2012.
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Granite State Ambassador photo montage — Nov. 21, 2012.


When we visited the State House in December I told the excellent Director of the State House Visitor Center, Virginia Drew, that she should get the Granite State Ambassadors (GSAs) to help out. I am delighted that she heeded my advice.

I don’t check my GSA schedule that often. But, on Friday we all got an e-mail from Virginia Drew asking for volunteers to sign up for this week. How could I resist. Today, Monday, was a running day so I signed up for the afternoon shift, noon to 3 pm.

It was real neat. I got to accompany two 4th grade school groups on half each of their tours. With the second group I got to be with them when they met the Governor, Maggie Hassan. That was the first time I have seen the Governor in person. She is impressive. Very good with the kids. I was impressed. I didn’t get to speak to her.

Spent the rest of the shift in the Visitor Center with Debbie Rivers who works for Virginia Drew who showed me some of the stuff I need to come to terms with to do this gig successfully. It was all a lot of fun. A lot to learn but I am looking forward to that. I think our State House is way cool. And everybody is so pleasant and friendly. Just a sheer joy to be there.

This Friday, May 17, 2013, at 10:00 am is the annual ‘New Hampshire Law Enforcement Officers Memorialceremony. It is going to be a busy morning. I was asked if I would come and volunteer. I was only going to do 1 shift a week – and even that is a huge improvement on what I have done in a long time – but I could not refuse. So I am doing Friday morning too. Two GSA shifts in a week!

I have to say, this is fun. I signed up to be a GSA for opportunities like this. Stay tuned. I am sure I will have more to say.

I live to learn. I want to learn at least one new thing a day. So, today I learned, from Virginia Drew, who is an oracle of such knowledge, two things. The first was how to read a NH State Representative’s car registration plate. The other was that in bygone days the NH legislatures were even more superstitious than some are today, and as such they eschewed the number ’13’. So there are no seats in the NH House Of Representatives Hall with number ’13’ though there is a ’13’ in the 24-member Senate Chamber.

I always suspected that the numbers, e.g., ‘4-54’ in the image here, in some way reflected seniority. The numbers represent the seat number in the Hall allocated to that member by the Speaker of the House. The 400 seats are divided into 5 sections as shown in the seating diagram below. So the first number of a seat number is the section number, in this case ‘4’. The second number is the seat number within that section. So in this case it is seat 54 in section 4. The speaker gives the best seats to the VIPs.

I found this in the 'New Hampshire Youth Network Advocacy Handbook' at breathenh.org. I couldn't find it on a State Website. Notice the absence of number '13' seats. Click to ENLARGE.

I found this in the ‘New Hampshire Youth Network Advocacy Handbook’ at breathenh.org. I couldn’t find it on a State Website. Notice the absence of number ’13’ seats. Click to ENLARGE.


Same handbook as previous seating chart. Thanks. Click to ENLARGE/

Same handbook as previous seating chart. Thanks. Click to ENLARGE/