We have reached a milestone; 100,000 Americans are dead from COVID-19. What would the death toll be if we had a legitimate qualified leader? We are the sickest nation by far, with almost 1/3 of the world's reported cases. The vocal movement to reopen businesses has finally met with success. I saw a surprising statistic … Continue reading This Week’s News Review: Countless Mice and Fourty-Five Humans
Unemployment rates are now at 20% in this made "great again" country of ours. If you look out your window and count the passers-by, (be patient,) you can safely assume that one of every five zombies people is unemployed. There is no excuse for idleness. If you can't find work you aren’t looking in the … Continue reading Unemployed and Dying for a New Job?
I can’t seem to pull my thoughts together this week. It’s my ACDC, or maybe it’s the overwhelming amount of political criminal behavior in the news that has gotten to me. The bad guys are winning—for now. This story is heartbreaking. Video footage of the murder of a 25-year young black man, Ahmaud Arbery, jogging … Continue reading This Has Not Been My Favorite Week
Today is 'No Politics Wednesday' on my imaginary calendar. What should we discuss? How about my self isolation project? I believe in turning every spare minute into an opportunity for self-improvement. When I drive, I practice my French with an audiobook, when I’m— hmm, that’s all I can think of. We are at a transitional … Continue reading My Home Isolation Project
You know I don't care what you eat. I’m a 🌱 on the down-low, so please don't give me your anti-vegan vitriol. 🎶Nothing really matters to me. 🎶 or Freddy Mercury. This is Merica, where you can: Eat can what you want! Spread whatever pandemic God has plagued the earth with. Live mask free! No … Continue reading Save our Hamberders; Implement the ‘Defense Protection Act!’
Ventured out to the grocer, A day four weeks past; Always responsible, Muzzled in a face mask. ~ I saw no single soul With a face-covering. Which is meaningless; Because I couldn't see a thing. ~ This is an understatement: I was discomposed. While my glasses fogged up. Hell’s fire burned in my nose ~ … Continue reading Social Distancing March to April— a poem