I Was Wrong, But That’s Not Enough

A friend of mine has seen my recent Facebook posts, and has seen my “likes” or my “angry” responses to her posts. She sent me this private message last night.   I recall you having quite a strong aversion maybe even disdain for Colin Kaepernick’s peaceful protest against police brutality on black [people] by taking … Continue reading I Was Wrong, But That’s Not Enough

Covid-19 – The Numbers

In my private journal I recorded the statistics as they were reported by Johns Hopkins, as well as personal notes for history. Here follows what I had written. In 79 days, we went from 1,274 cases, to 1,747,087, and from 31 nationwide deaths to 102,836.) Sobering. On Wednesday, March 11, 2020 (the first date I … Continue reading Covid-19 – The Numbers