Category Archives: social

Week In Review – 25 Jul 2021

Covid-19 cases are on the rise again in all 50 states. Apparently the Delta variant is much more transmissible than previous cases (but not necessarily more lethal).  Majority of the new cases are from the unvaccinated.  So more folks are … Continue reading

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Bitcoin For One Dollar

  I can buy Bitcoin for as little as $1.  Yes, that is what the mobile paying service Venmo tells me. In fact, it says I can buy Bitcoin as well as Ethereum, Litecoin, or Bitcoin Cash and other cryptocurrencies  for … Continue reading

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Putting “Fear” In Perspective

  Fear has a bad reputation in our culture – it is perceived as a negative and weakness. In actuality, fear is not all bad. Being afraid is normal. After all it is one of the fundamental human emotions.  It … Continue reading

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The Tokyo Olympics

  In a few days, the long awaited Tokyo Olympics will begin (on 23 July).  “Long awaited” because this was supposed to be the 2020 Summer Olympic games, delayed a year due to the Coronavirus.  “So it is finally happening,” … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 18 Jul 2021

The US economy is coming back.  However, the supply side is lagging due to the disruptions caused by the pandemic.  As a result, prices across the board are on the rise.  Not a good time to buy if one does … Continue reading

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The Pandemic Windfall

  By pandemic windfall, I am not talking about the pharmaceutical, medical apparel or other business profits, but positive change on a personal level due to the Covid-19. How has the pandemic helped you?  Sounds a bit strange?  Maybe.  Allow … Continue reading

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Unvaccinated Americans

  Covid-19 is flaring up again (in 45 out of 50 states).  But if you’re already vaccinated, there is no need to panic.  The vast majority of the new cases are among the unvaccinated people.  Would or should these people … Continue reading

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On Finding A Cause

  The world is never short of needs for help. Problems from climate change, hunger, poverty, clean water to COVID-19 all await solutions.  The question is which one do you want to claim as yours? Something to get involved with. … Continue reading

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Hottest June On Record!

  Yes, for those of us in the North America, last month was the hottest June on record.  The news headline was a consolation prize that I was not losing my mind about the heat in that month.  But it … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 4 Jul 2021

Happy Fourth! America.  Yes the Coronavirus pandemic is still with us, but there are lots to be happy on this holiday. For one, almost 60% of all adults in the US are fully vaccinated and 67% had got at least … Continue reading

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