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I just added Doppelganger by: Naomi Klein to the Recommended Reading List.  This is not the straight forward book the title implies.  It explores life, especially in the pandemic era, from various perspectives.  In part, Klein again proves to be a “poor man’s Malcolm Gladwell”.

If it doesn’t make you laugh, shake your head and be frightened check your pulse.


There is an adage that says you are what you eat. In my case it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to say I am what I read. At least it certainly does influence my thinking and today that is much more the rule than the exception. Believe it or not I’m talking about Malcolm Gladwell’s book, David And Goliath, juxtaposed with the war in Ukraine. Continue reading Backfire?