Here is the list of Squidoo lenses by Lensmaster Don_McCyclist,
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1. Peel Pomegranates Without Dunking Them
No, I don't mean any particular religious bias by circumcise and baptize in the title. I use those words for impact: there is a way to get to the precious arils inside that mysterious pithy sphere we call a pomegranate. By circumcise, I'm reaching back to Latin roots of the word meaning "cut arou...
2. Modesto Rider Confronts AIDS by Bicycle
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 12:42:25
For the last eight years, Omar Jimenez had very much wanted to ride the 545 mile AIDS/LifeCycle bicycle ride to raise money to combat AIDS. Unfortunately, Jimenez says publicity for the event scarcely reached Modesto in time. "When I would become aware, it was generally too late to get into shape...
3. Wake Up Taste Buds With Grapefruit Pomegranate Breakfast Compote
Sports & Recreation - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 12:43:21
Eating a nutritious breakfast doesn't have to be dreary. With fresh pomegranate arils and grapefruit combined, high quality nutrients combine with natural fruit sugars for a peppy send-off. This page offers a recipe for this breakfast dish as well as a link to help people unfamiliar with extracti...
4. A Squidoo Story: My First Squidoo Dream
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 12:40:38
Squidoo lens makers might get so wrapped up in doing what they do they start to dream of it. Here's lensmaster Don McCyclist's squidoo story of his first experience with squidoo dreams. Lensmasters from the whole Squidverse are welcome to add experiences dreaming in Squid.
Photo courtesy of Lind...
5. Childhood Natural History Stories Up a Flash Flood Rivulet
Squidoo Community - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 12:42:25
When I was a kid I crawled up a ditch that ran down the side of a hill. It was between rainstorms. The ditch zigzagged back and forth like the snaky brown flood that it had gathered when the rain came down hard. My ditch was covered with sage brush and brittle bush branches. I could hide there! I...
6. What My Dad Taught Me About Eco-Friendly Shaving
Travel & Places - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 08:20:30
Watching my dad shave--before a forest of whiskers took root on my chin--showed me some ways to shave costs and whiskers while keeping my shaving's ecological cost low. Meantime consumer culture was evolving new fashions for safety razors and wet shaving, and they were about a throw-away ethic, c...
7. Quiz: Welcome to Forbes Ranked Fourth from Most Miserable City
Fashion & Beauty - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 08:21:20
Residents here will likely know what city and be able to ace the quiz instantly. Welcome! Otherwise here are some clues as to which city to start you out. This city got its notoriety on the 2011 Forbes Most Miserable rankings along with the county seats of adjoining counties both to its north and...
8. Introducing McCyclistWorks
Travel & Places - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 08:24:19
Don McCyclist Doesn't like abandoned trash. He doesn't like a culture oriented around degrading and abandoning stuff that came from and cost the web of life. He wonders if such a culture doesn't also more readily degrade and throw away its human members.
This page focuses on the little shop McCy...
9. Singer John McCutcheon Gives Modesto Non-Profits Volunteering Community Organizing Tool
hobbies-games-toys - Thu, 30 Jan 2014 18:32:00
During his 2011 benefit concert for the non-profit Modesto Peace/Life Center, dedicated to non-violent community organizing, John McCutcheon presented a copy of Barbara Kingsolver's Animal, Vegetable, Miracle to Cindy van Empel selected from the audience because of her volunteer work for a non-pr...
10. Is the United States of Asphalt-istan the Asphalt Nation?
nonprofits - Thu, 30 Jan 2014 18:31:16
If you don't think we're all being taxed--and if no other way then through the nose, literally--by forever building our cities around the needs of automobiles rather than realistic and frugal mobility, I dare you to open this book. In an auto-dominated culture like the United States' Jane Holtz K...
cars - Thu, 30 Jan 2014 18:30:13
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