Category Archives: social media

Radicalization Of America

  I used to think the term “radicalization” was referring to a small number of astray individuals who were influenced by extreme groups, such as the terrorists, in joining their causes.  I stand corrected. It is way more prevalent. The … Continue reading

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Better Than Reality Television

  Watching the events unfold, as current administration denying its lost of the election. Could not help comparing to the drama that Hollywood can conjure. Mr. Trump gets the Oscar for best kingmaker. Unreal and yet it’s real. Can you … Continue reading

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Word Of The Day: Precarity

noun [pri-ˈker-ə-tē] a state of existence in which material provision and psychological wellness are adversely affected by a lack of regular or secure income. [Dictionary.com] This is a word I learnt recently. The rise in Covid-19 cases once again triggers … Continue reading

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Back To The Pandemic

  With the historical presidential election behind us, time to turn our attention back to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Clearly the pandemic is getting worse as illustrated by the chart above. The truth is that US never had a control of … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween 2020

Halloween has joined other novel life events of 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Above is guidance from my local government on how to celebrate this occasion safely. I appreciate the recommendations and have a feeling that something similar will … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 18 Oct 2020

The pandemic is on the rise. Not only in US but also worldwide. Unfortunately, we lead the world in the numbers of infected and dead (8.1M and 219K respectively). Not knowing when will it all end, many are hit by … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Amazon Prime Day 2020

  It’s a mecca of online marketing event and demonstration of true economy of scale. For non-Prime users, the Amazon Prime Day is an “annual deal event just for Prime members . . . delivering incredible savings on products from … Continue reading

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The Greatest Show On Earth

; Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus closed its curtain on May 21, 2017 after 146 years.  To me, “The Greatest Show on Earth” did not go dark. Instead, it was taken over by Donald J. Trump after he … Continue reading

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The Presidential Debate That Wasn’t

  Last night Messrs Trump and Biden, presidential candidates for the two major parties had their first scheduled “debate.”  And Chris Wallace from the Fox News was the moderator.  Little to no substance were presented during the 90 minutes exchange. … Continue reading

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2020 Republican National Convention (aka The Donald Trump Show)

  Tonight is the grand finale for the 4-day  Republican National Convention, and Donald Trump is expected to accept the party’s nomination to be its candidate for the Presidential Election in November. The election is 68 days away. Mr. Trump … Continue reading

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