Category Archives: social

A State Of Limbo

  It is 12 days to Christmas (19 days to New Year)!  Even though blogging everyday helps me  to  slow down the passage of time, I still  get caught off guard by how short we have on the clock for … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 12 Dec 2021

As the saying goes – when it rains, it pours.  The Choronavirus pandemic is compounded by the outbreak of tornadoes in the Midwest this week.  The damage is overwhelming and historical in proportion according to Governor Besheare of Kentucky. Our … Continue reading

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Damn The Tornadoes

  Overnight, tornadoes hit over a stretch of 250 miles in the Mid-West states that included Kentucky, Illinois, Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi, and Tennessee. The devastation was overwhelming. Governor Beshear reported that 70 or more people are feared dead in Kentucky … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 5 Dec 2021

December has arrived. Along with it, the Omicron variant of the Choronavirus. Year 2021 has become the second year of this pandemic and definitely not the last. People are getting worn out, not only by the virus but also by … Continue reading

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No Government Shutdown – A Good News

  Most news I read are downers. The Omicron Chronavirus variant, shooting in the high school (or on the movie set), unemployment, you get the picture. So when I heard the Congress reached a deal last night to providing funds … Continue reading

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On Average?

  Life’s idiosyncrasies beget “on average” statistics.  Like on average, women have a life span of 75 years – 5 years more than men. This “on average” interpretation allows for noticing of trends & patterns on a macro-level, provides a … Continue reading

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We Are No Slouch

  The discovery of the Coronavirus Omicron variant should not send us scramble for cover. It is a variant which means we have dealt with similar ones before (e.g. the Delta variant). Whatever we did have been effective.  That’s why … Continue reading

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Friday After Thanksgiving

  Waking up to the hollering sounds of blistery wind outside my windows. Another chilly day! Anyone braving the cold to take the advantage of the Black Friday sales will not only have to contend with the weather but also … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2021

  Peaceful Thanksgiving. New York Time gave a nice summary of this traditional American holiday, and it is not about the pilgrims sitting down with the natives for a happy meal.  Far from it.  Cultural ignorance leads to cultural war.  … Continue reading

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What We Don’t Know

  New Coronavirus cases are continuing to rise in 34 of the 50 US States (NBCNews) – an increase from almost two weeks ago and in spite of the mass vaccination efforts. Some say the cold weather is driving people … Continue reading

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