I hope that the new Chamber Director, Christina Jorgensen, will be on-board with a hygiene program for Dickinson, North Dakota. Any journey begins with the first few steps, and I hope that Christina will keep this in mind as she begins trying to make Dickinson a place that normal people would want to live.
Just think about how much better and nicer Dickinson would be, if people would take pride in their appearance, clean themselves up, wear clean clothes, and act appropriately. With some determination, perseverance, vision, and adhering to this hygiene program, I think that Christina can improve the image of Dickinson.
Here are some of the tenets of this hygiene program:
- Wash hands frequently with soap and water.
- Shower or bathe daily using soap, water, and shampoo.
- Brush teeth regularly with toothpaste and a toothbrush.
- Clean under fingernails with a brush or nail file regularly.
- Use tissue paper, paper towels, or a handkerchief to blow one’s nose.
- Use toilet paper.
- Use deodorant products sold in stores.
- Use feminine care products sold in stores.
- Wash clothes regularly using soap or laundry detergent.
- Wear clean clothes regularly.
- Get a hair cut by a barber or stylist every few months.
- Do not use tobacco products at the dinner table, especially in public restaurants.
- Do not fornicate with animals.
Besides teaching the above principles, Christina can set a good example by her own behavior. This means not being late to events, not being late to work, not showing up wearing pajama pants and a hoodie, not wearing clothes that reek like cigarettes, and not driving around Dickinson or standing in the parking lot with a cigarette hanging out of her mouth.
Now, you might be thinking, how could Christina Jorgensen ever take the place of Sarah Jennings Trustem, Queen Of Dickinson, Duchess of Marlborough, as Chamber Director? Well, I did my research using Google, and it turns out that Christina Jorgensen is also a very famous person. The Scandinavian Society of New York, once named her Woman Of The Year, for her contribution to the advancement of medical science: