It is campaign season. Time for greasing the palms and shaking hands—an ocean of sweaty, germ-ridden, open hands just waiting to “press the flesh” with a candidate.
You probably have heard by now that presidential candidate Donald Trump does not shake hands. In his 1997 autobiography, he laments that “the more successful and famous one becomes the worse this terrible custom seems to get.”
We all welcome the March rain we have been getting. But coupled with the warmer temperatures this winter, I fear we may be in for a bad mosquito season.
The human buffet will be open shortly. With all the headlines about the dreaded Zika and West Nile virus, people will be stocking up on insect repellent quite soon.
But what should you buy?