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Faux Commander In Chief

; Calling fallen soldiers who gave their lives to protect this country “losers,” “babies,” and “suckers” is way beyond decency even if one does not understand what motivated the soldiers.  Especially when that person is the President, the Commander In … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 6 Sep 2020

Some has called year 2020, “the year of no good.” A bit pessimistic to my liking.  Like a balancing act, life throws us many curve balls along the way.  It’s up to us to choose how we respond. Instead of … Continue reading

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Summer Of Discontent

  Riot is a four-letter word that many find uncomfortable and objectionable.  But why does riot persists?  The George Floyd protests which has been going on since May, 100 days consecutively, is now spreading nationwide and counting.  Why do peaceful … Continue reading

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The Dilemma Of Social Distancing

  The World Health Organization and Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommend social distancing as one of the three measures, along with hand hygiene and face mask, in preventing the Coronavirus.  Social distancing is necessary because we have little … Continue reading

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No Anticipation, No Surprise?

  Being human, anticipation and surprise are two of anyone’s primary emotions.  They go hand-in-hand with our daily actions. When I hit the <Return> key on the keyboard, I anticipate the cursor jumps to the next line. And when that … Continue reading

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God Bless America!

  Is anyone having fun now-a-day? Economy, race relation, and let’s not forget Coronavirus. Not a single news worth to bring home about. Not a day goes by without sinking deeper. Hope is short but look not to Trump nor … Continue reading

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Come On! People

  Why the US could not control the coronavirus outbreak? Certainly the government’s late response to the pandemic is part of the problem. Well, guess no more. The CNN headline offers the key answer: “Large gatherings are fueling rising Covid-19 … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Jul 2020

For the past four months or so, my time have been spent mostly at home indoor for social distancing because of the coronavirus.  As much an introvert as I am, not difficult for me to understand why some folks are … Continue reading

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Money Buys Happiness?

  Don’t believe what others said about “money can’t buy happiness.”  It sure can, if you use the money well.  Want to know how? Read on. In her article titled “how to spend money to squeeze more joy out of … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 12 Jul 2020

A thought occurred to me as we approaching mid-July.  That it’s easy to write the year 2020 off as a lost year to the coronavirus.  But that is not the end.  Without vaccine nor therapeutics, the pandemic will be with … Continue reading

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