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The Good, The Bad And The Virus

The pandemic has changed American life. I guess if you had to categorize where I am at this moment it would be cautiously optimistic, but not in the extreme short run.  We are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel but we have at least a few months left of the need for extreme caution and behavior modification.  There will be a new normal some of which will be good and some of which will not be.  Let’s explore some examples and observations.  Continue reading The Good, The Bad And The Virus

Closing Arguments – Part One

For the next three days I intend to give you my closing arguments on why not to vote for Donald Trump or any of his Republican sycophants. Today and tomorrow’s articles will be based on statistics. Tuesday’s will be a personal plea. If you are already among the “convinced” and/or have already voted perhaps these articles will help you persuade other voters. In any event, please come along and let’s explore. Continue reading Closing Arguments – Part One

Days Is A Plural Word

Today’s is basically a continuation of yesterday’s article entitled Dog Days Clearance. Fortunately for me “days” is a plural word. Let’s explore. Continue reading Days Is A Plural Word

Some Recent Numbers

While admittedly partisan when I say things are bad in America I’m just telling the truth. Some recent numbers back me up. Let’s explore. Continue reading Some Recent Numbers