Category Archives for "Miscellaneous"

Dec 01

An Interesting Look at COVID-19 Data

Miscellaneous

If you don’t know, and who couldn’t possibly know, there are sites all over the web showing us the latest data on the corona virus, in all different ways using raw figures, estimates, and graphic presentations. I decided to take a different kind of look at the data and I’ve found some interesting points. First, […]

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Oct 03

Masks, Memes, Thoughts, and Prayers

Miscellaneous

Perhaps many of you have seen the following meme (if not, you’re seeing it for the first time): Where are we? We’re number one; in both cases and deaths. Not something to be proud of, but as the President has said: “It is what it is.” Donald Trump is, as I write this, hospitalized with […]

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Sep 27

History of Film — Bugs Bunny Exposed

Miscellaneous

By way of introduction, no, this has nothing to do with wellness, although the entertainment industry tried for decades to reinforce strict standards of morality that were intended to create better citizens. Your author is a journalist with many interests and I thought this might be of interest to some. And if you go to […]

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May 23

Conspiracy Theories

Miscellaneous

We have become the most well-informed people in the history of the world, while at the same time choosing to be morons who believe nonsense. Believing conspiracy theories is a very strange phenomenon, because we all know “something is dreadfully wrong” with society. But instead of using the God-given sense we have to suss it […]

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Apr 19

A New Novel

Miscellaneous

. . . produced during a self-quarantine. Your author has two things in common with Martin Scorsese. Italian descent. We both despise the Superhero genre. It is not film. They consist of the same damn plot, void of any acting, encased in the best computer graphics on the planet. They raise the audience’s blood pressure […]

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Apr 16

A Short Course in Economics

Editorials , Miscellaneous

Your author is a consummate student of life, and has read copious amounts on far-reaching subjects, both common and eclectic. And for this reason and because our society has put the blinkers on, turning ridiculously tribal, this paper will not be appreciated by anyone who dismisses historical facts to support some political ideology held by […]

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