Cancer is not a game, and neither is sports anymore


This has been eviction week #2 which meant outpatient surgery to remove two perfectly round 2cm sized fibroids that were benign but excruciatingly annoying as hell for the last few months. While it was a very easy procedure, it does mean that I am spending a lot of time just lounging around and reading a lot. As... Continue Reading →

Election Result follow up


The day after an election is often spent by both sides reflecting on what they did correctly or incorrectly. Winners and losers assess what happened. Unfortunately, what has been observed over the last couple of Presidential election cycles is that one side isn't quite getting that the electorate is changing. Demographically, and socially, voters are... Continue Reading →

Be careful what you share on Facebook. An illustrative guide on how lies and misconceptions are spread.


Be careful what you share on Facebook. An illustrative guide on how lies and misconceptions are spread.. Fascinating look at how you really need to question what you read on the internet! People are so very easily misled. Since it's technically about a political article, I posted it over on my Politics and Media site.

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