Tag Archives: COVID-19

Week In Review – 17 Jan 2021

Prior to the mob assaulted the US Capital on 6 January, President Trump’s son, Don Jr. urged the crowd, “This isn’t their Republican Party anymore! This is Donald Trump’s Republican Party!” referring to those Republicans supporting the Electoral College results. … Continue reading

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Stay At Home Rant

  Our brains interpret sensory data, assess our surrounding, and draw conclusions.  This happens constantly & interactively.  Is it too cold, hot, late, early, etc.?  All normal.  What unusual is, under the Covid-19 pandemic, I am confined  to my home … Continue reading

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Progress Report On 2021

  Second week in January 2021.  Whoever thought the new year would be better than the last, they may be disappointed.  The Coronavirus is relentless and tearing through the roof.  New mutation is speeding up the infection rate while the … Continue reading

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Yearning For Human Touch

  Thanks to the Coronavirus, I can’t remember when was the last time that I attended an in-person event (other than my Saturday group runs). That says something about the impact of this pandemic on my and everybody else’s social … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 Jan 2021

As bad as the news on Coronavirus ravaging the country, hard to believe something else could supersede it. Well something did. Calling it “a sad day in America,” our degenerative, polarized political free-for-all behaviors got to an ugly outcome this … Continue reading

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Trump Concedes

  A deliverance for rest of us?  With 12 days left in the White House, Mr. Trump has demonstrated there is a red line that should not be crossed even for the president of the United States. Let’s see: The … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 3 Jan 2021

Welcome to the first Week In Review for 2021. As we crossed the New Year, some of our human drama and tragedies got carried over as well. Why wouldn’t them? There is no firewall to stop the phenomenons from the … Continue reading

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Unfinished Business?

  Coming near the end of year, with less than just a little over a day time left in 2020, most major projects would have to wait.  That is except the 2021 Defense Spending Bill that Mr. Trump veto’ed. The … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 27 Dec 2020

Christmas 2020 is now behind us.  And soon the entire year will follow it into history book. Many opine that they couldn’t wait for this “lost year” to be over. However, the reality is that the Coronavirus will still be … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve 2020

  On this holiday eve, instead of the traditional family-get-together and merriment, the tune of celebration is more subdued.  And this sentiment is reflected in today’s headlines: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention projects over 400 thousand Coronavirus related deaths … Continue reading

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