A very unfortunate Covid-policy casualty

For 50 years, the University Unitarian Church in Seattle put on a Handel’s Messiah Sing-along, Play-along on the day after Christmas.  Yes, that’s 50 years!  They packed the sanctuary to the rafters with singers and orchestra, and anyone could come and sing or play, just for the price of a ticket.  The Messiah was a …

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Don’t count on the Washington State Patrol for help

Since the State Patrol has just fired 127 of its employees for not bowing to the Dictator's CCP Virus vaccine mandate, highway help will be a little longer in coming if you need help on the roads.  I was especially taken with the headline on the KOMO story: WSP Announces 127 firings following vaccine mandate …

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Maybe some Americans aren’t the Sheep we think they are-fighting vaccination mandates Updated October 11

Everyone should be aware of the two huge issues in the news lately.  One is the cascade of "worker shortages" everywhere, from local bars and restaurants to big airlines, delivery services, and trucking lines.  Everyone is having trouble hiring enough workers, now that things are opening up everywhere after government closures of businesses due to …

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Bad news for Facebook is good news for me (and probably for society)

Schadenfreude, anyone?  It seems that the Facebook Empire was taken down today, probably by a hacker.  From this story on the Fox News web site, all parts of the company, including Facebook, Instagram, and What'sApp, were completely unavailable today, all over the world.  Rumors also have it that Facebook employees were prevented from entering their …

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Barack Hussein Obama, contributing to the ruination of his adopted city, Chicago

The well-known total narcissism of ex-president Barack Hussein Obama, got some great feedback today, on the subject of his Personal Library in Chicago (NOT his official Presidential Library).  It is not news that the Obama Steamroller flattened opposition from the neighborhood surrounding Jackson Park, to the decimation of numerous trees and other natural features which …

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Terror on September 11

Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, a band of Islamic terrorists wrought havoc on our homeland of America.  They hijacked commercial airliners, and flew them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington DC, and, due to the courage of the passengers, into a field in Pennsylvania.  Everyone alive today …

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Buy low, sell high.

Yeah, that's the standard admonishment to anyone who buys and/or sells stocks.  You are supposed to buy under-valued stocks, then hold them until such time as they increase in value, and only sell when the stock is worth more than you paid for it.  Most people who trade more than once in a while, and …

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