Category Archives: history

Week In Review – 17 Oct 2021

It’s mid-October and looks like the 2021 will follow the last year as the second of the Coronavirus years.  Whether one realizes it or not, the effect of the pandemic seeps deeply into our social fabric. No one is exempted … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Impact On Supply Chain

  Southwest Airline canceled over 2,000 flights this past weekend. And the cancellation is continuing. It was not because a strike due to pilots called in sick as rumor had it, but a genuine lack of staff resulted from the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 Oct 2021

A recent trip to Alaska has made me appreciate the seasonal change here in the Mid-Atlantic. Looking around, leaves are on the grass, pavement, everywhere else. They fall like the rain from trees. Right on cue, the natural’s hue is … Continue reading

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Marathon Weekend

  Two big races this weekend, Boston and Chicago marathons.  Both are major races attracting hundreds if not thousands of participants.  Boston is on Monday (Columbus Day), and Chicago is tomorrow.  And the Boston Marathon offers a virtual race option … Continue reading

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Politics with A Big P

When the weight of the world is weighing you down, realize it is really what’s between your two ears that is topsy-turvy. Chances are the world will revolve as it always have, and the sun will come up the same … Continue reading

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Morning Easy Run, Not

  This morning the weather was good for running: mid-60’s Fahrenheit and cloudy sky. I was looking forward to finding joy of running with such nice conditions. No goal, no time target, just running for fun. Except, I didn’t find … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 3 Oct 2021

Sadly the Coronavirus death count in the US has surpassed 700,000 this past Friday, and the percentages for fully vaccinate and people with at least one dose are at 56% and 65% respectively. If saving life is important, we can’t … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Sep 2021

Seems like bad news occupy our attention more than anything else now-a-day. Maybe an unfortunate collateral of  being under the Coronavirus for more than 18 months. Headlines like the Covid-19 is now the deadliest epidemic this country has ever experienced … Continue reading

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Back-to-office?

  When I was setting my running goal earlier this year, the US looked promising in its fight against the Covid-19. Mass vaccinations were rolling out. The numbers of infection/ hospitalization/ death were trending downward. Surely, things will be back … Continue reading

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Another Autumn Equinox Under Covid-19

  When I wrote about it last year, my mood was bleak.  The fall & winter holiday season would be ruined. Virtual celebration is no comparison to in-person.  Blah. . blah. . blah.  Little did I expect the tenacity of … Continue reading

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