Blitz Q #128: Mass Covid-19 testing in the U.S.: How many can we really test & how long to test everybody?

I got to thinking about this a little while ago, because the more I look, the more confused I get. I'm assuming we can't test every single person in the United States who wants one right now, which rather stinks in my opinion. In a more-perfect world, a test would be great for the 300+ … Continue reading Blitz Q #128: Mass Covid-19 testing in the U.S.: How many can we really test & how long to test everybody?

Sacred Cows: A lighthearted look at belief and tradition around the world, by Seth Andrews

My Copy: 978147874996 (image from bn.com) I've heard of some of the religious traditions mentioned in this book before, but I love the introductory presentation. Yes, some of this is intense and perplexing, but it also makes you try to imagine it and how you'd react to seeing it. That's what I like about Seth … Continue reading Sacred Cows: A lighthearted look at belief and tradition around the world, by Seth Andrews

#051–Pandora’s Box is Open: Do our leaders really think they can de-nuclearize North Korea?

This question has been bothering me for a long time. Seriously, North Korea has to be the creepiest freaking place on the planet at the moment. I'd rather time-travel to a combat zone in WW2 for a month than be in today's North Korea for a day. Safe to say, this nation and it's place … Continue reading #051–Pandora’s Box is Open: Do our leaders really think they can de-nuclearize North Korea?

(Sigh) Another sad event in the world that’s not a blip on American news…

(Photo Credit: abc.net.au) I think I'd seen the word "Myanmar" occasionally the past few months, but not enough to know why it was in the news. I had to remind myself Myanmar's a country in Southeast Asia, known previously as Burma, east of Bangladesh. And they've had some bad ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity … Continue reading (Sigh) Another sad event in the world that’s not a blip on American news…

Spent most of the week around the hospital for my dad, & wrangling with my own debt-planning…

There's something about a family member's illness that just throws everything off track. I'm sure it's no better for the person who is sick, especially if they have no energy to do anything and cannot sleep. When phone calls sounded a little woozy on his end, I started showing up more and more. I Just … Continue reading Spent most of the week around the hospital for my dad, & wrangling with my own debt-planning…