Category Archives: inequality

Dysfunctional Congress?

Here we go again, government shuts down.  Merely one month ago, the U.S. government closed it door, albeit for three days.  The whole thing, thanks to the Congress, felt like a reality television show.  Now the sequel, except it is … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 7 Jan 2018

With a mixed feelings of hope and disappointment, my blog kicked off another year this week.  Hope in that I have opportunity to continue my learning and the fun in the process, and disappointment in that the U.S. is below average … Continue reading

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Net Neutrality, Part 2

Part 1, here. The news of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) repealed the Net Neutrality Rules today is disappointing but not surprising. Disappointing because the government by the people is supposed to execute the will of the people.  Not against … Continue reading

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On Life’s Minimum

Society promotes maximum.  Be all you can be.  Go big or go home. . . They say.  I am here for the opposite, the minimum. Minimum, not to be confused with minimalism, is the least indication from one’s effort.  It … Continue reading

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BFCM Part 2

Part 1, here. Don’t know about you but my email is busting at its seams with promotion pieces about the Black Friday sales.  They range from automotive parts to zero shipping.  Even today is Saturday, the promotions continue. Stopped by … Continue reading

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Day 3 Week 10 – Net Neutrality Comment Ends Today

6 Mile easy (10:15), PM run, 75 degree Fahrenheit In case you haven’t heard: Last chance to comment on the Federal Communication Commission’s plan to repeal Net Neutrality is midnight tonight.  That’s a little more than 4 hours from now … Continue reading

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Day 2 Week 5 – Net Neutrality Is About Fairness

6 mile easy recovery run, 67 – 69 degree Nice and cool this morning for my recovery run.   It was an easy pace of 11 minute mile as my connective chain from lower back, buttocks, to my legs were … Continue reading

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Day 5 Week 4 – The Digital Economy

  Rest Day, no running. Using the internet as a global platform, digital economy was introduced less than two decades ago.  Now companies like Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook  are household names.  They represent the top 5 players in … Continue reading

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Day 2 Week 2 – Fourth Of July

It is America’s birthday.  Happy 241st.  I celebrated the birthday with a  6 mile recovery run this morning. Call me sentimental if you want.  But I am not feeling the same warmth usually with the patriotism on this day.  America … Continue reading

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How Is Your Lens?

Can you see clearly? By lens, I don’t mean spectacles.  Allow me to explain. First, let’s try this quiz: “We are a nation of immigrants” – is that good? is that bad? or neither?  The answer depends on your “lens”. … Continue reading

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