“I wonder how many people I’ve looked at all my life and never seen.”~America’s most pissed off writer, John Steinbeck I’m in a funk, but I can’t complain because my complaints are, relatively speaking, unimportant. We all have something or things. We all have scars, not all of them are visible. “To be alive at … Continue reading This is News?
Unemployed and Dying for a New Job?
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?
It’s Not Over, Calm Down
In my last post, I expressed, among other things, confusion at the conflicting information in the news. On April 8, nearly every news organization optimistically reported a level of success over COVID-19. The implication was clear, the end of stay-at-home orders might be announced soon, because we have “flattened the curve,” and the projected 200,000 … Continue reading It’s Not Over, Calm Down
Coronavirus in the U.S.
Don’t let anyone tell you the coronavirus is like the flu; the mortality rate is ten times higher. Today’s global coronavirus numbers: 113,851 cases 4,015 deaths Italy is closed; no one is leaving or entering. The entire country is closed. They report the second-largest outbreak, only outdone by China. China and South Korea have seen … Continue reading Coronavirus in the U.S.
Virginia is Blue
Loudoun Country Virginia wins first place for most heart-warming election results in the 2019 cycle. Why? Speaking of cycles (groan)— Juli Briskman, the cyclist, famously photographed flipping off the orange motorcade, is the newly elected Board of Supervisors Official for Loudoun Country, which happens to be the location of the Virginia 🖕🏼Rump National Golf Club, … Continue reading Virginia is Blue
Speaking of Cake
Speaking of cake, today is my birthday. Please don't comment happy birthday, because I'll ignore it. I hate everything about birthdays. I only mention mine to illustrate the fact that birthdays are just another day. If a person (I) expects people to bow at their (my) will, just this one day a year, they (I) … Continue reading Speaking of Cake