Before I get into the main topic of this post, I need to fill you in on some […]
I am fascinated by all the opportunities that technology will provide us as a result of the pandemic. […]
This is one of my forward-looking posts where I report on a possible future trend. I will admit […]
Forty years ago, Ronald Reagan made the comment “Government is not the solution to our problem, government is […]
I guess #CO3 (Current Oval Office occupant) thinks he can eliminate the virus by just wishing it away, […]
For this Saturday post I give you my now completed µRV. It is a 1992 truck with a […]
We Americans are among the most unhealthy people in the world and a big part of that is […]
Let’s face it, patience is just not much of a practiced virtue anymore. Proof of that is that […]
I can’t imagine what it would have been like to have to run through a minefield on a […]
Why are we as a country, and maybe even a world, so split between empathy and apathy? Why […]
The movie Soylent Green was made in 1973 about the coming apocalypse in 2022. According to some worldviews, […]
It seems everything in the news now has to do with the pandemic. But, if you get past […]
This post continues from yesterday’s post about my recent experiences with shopping in my very small-town grocery versus […]
I will say that given this pandemic and what it is doing to our world, making America great again does have some credence now. How we go about that in the “real” world, not the one of self-denial and pretend-facts, is what this post is all about.
I heard the words in the title from a recent re-look at the movie series The Matrix and thought immediately how that should affect how we approach life, particularly during the current times. That is what this post is all about.