"I can't detect that he ever inhales."
“Think” — for Yourself.
"it's not my fault"
What Could Go Wrong
Here’s what makes our current voting system work so well. Each of the 50 states control their own elections using a large % of volunteers. The inherent diversity of procedures makes it so much more difficult for any one bad actor to interfere. The people who run the elections are unsung patriotic heroes. Most of... Continue Reading →
Obesity falls under the heading of a pandemic. A Pandemic is defined as an epidemic which spreads over multiple countries or continents. Biologists can create vaccines for physical ills but, there will never be a vaccine to cure obesity. The cure lies in awareness, education, and our commitment to changing our behavior. The following is... Continue Reading →
“You may be right. I May Be Crazy.”
Billy Joel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You_May_Be_Right_(song) The third line in the chorus of this great Billy Joel hit works really well for the point I'm about to make --- "But it just may be a lunatic you're looking for." Hypothetically, "purely" as they say --- if I was running for political office, I could behave irrationally and make... Continue Reading →
Chaos and the Butterfly Effect
"What? Me Worry?
Cooper has belonged to both major political parties and has run for local public office under both banners. Now, in his own words, “I’m for myself!”
Doom and Gloom
The cicada’s chorus hasn’t been heard here for at least 10 years.
Understanding the Stock Market
I hope I'm wrong on this one.
The Cost of Prejudice
I’ve been laboring over several long articles and in the process getting nothing done for publication. It’s my blog. I can make new rules if I so desire. New Rule: If I have a brief anecdote worth sharing, I will publish it! The title of this one refers to a monumentally stupid stock trading decision I made in... Continue Reading →
Feral Pigs and Decapitated Children
"Now imagine she's white!",
men.... wanted to know how to disco
Redux: “Pleased to Meet You”
Why am I publishing this one again? Because it's my blog and I'm particularly proud of it. Puzzling (the verb) is becoming a large part of our lives now that we are “social distancing”, which is not new to me. I experienced a lot of it in high school for many reasons unrelated to any... Continue Reading →