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Week In Review – 29 Nov 2020

  November is drawing to a close.  Same as the US presidential election although Mr. Trump still refuses to concede. The electors (of the electoral college) will meet per the US Constitution in 15 days (on December 14, 2020) to … Continue reading

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Between Order & Chaos

  Evolution happens in concert with the environment over time. The driving force behind our evolution is illustrated by Darwin’s survival of the fittest.  And it has governed the  human progress for more than 200,000 years.  Getting to where we … Continue reading

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New Mask Rules

  Finally, I got a sport mask for running.  You see.  I have resisted wearing a mask while running for a while. Don’t get me wrong. I am not  anti-mask. Just when I run, I seldom come into contact with … Continue reading

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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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Week In Review – 22 Nov 2020

  On the week before the Thanksgiving, to some it may seem there is little to be thankful for at this time in America. Coronavirus is raging with close to a quarter of the the US infections reported in this … Continue reading

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The Dignity of Mr. Trump And The Presidency

  Mr. Trump’s behaviors post election speaks volume about who he is.  But he could do better toward a win-win outcome if he considers more the dignity of his presidency than just himself. It has become patently clear that the … Continue reading

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Ode To 2020

  It’s an imperfect world, I know, I know. 2020 takes the cake for being far from perfect. First, Covid-19.  And now Trump’s post election. Can it get worse still? Yes, but, hopefully not. It’s not over until it gets … Continue reading

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Social Distancing, A Misnomer?

  With the Coronavirus cases on the rise, lockdown and social distancing are once again the focuses of public attention. One lesson learned is that “social distancing” is misleading and has unintended consequences. Allow me to explain. The social distancing … Continue reading

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“Have Fun”?

  A simple greeting that I find missing is the phrase: “Have Fun.”  Is joy out of fashion? Hardly. It is one of the fundamental emotions we have. But to share such a simple greeting seems insincere in this day … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 8 Nov 2020

No doubt the US election happened this week added to the historical significance of the year 2020.  While some ballots remain to be counted, Biden crossed the threshold and became the president-elect ending Trump’s one term presidency. To me the … Continue reading

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