Everyday we read about people who have died tragically. It seems to be a way of life for anyone who labels themselves “human.” Humans are responsible for all kinds of violence inflicted upon other humans (non-humans as well, but that’s a topic for another time).
Violence resulting in death. Everyday! It runs the gauntlet of human depravity. All the way from genocide in Africa to home invasion in Ohio. From cartel killings in Mexico to honor killings in India. Too many ways to count.
And now we see even another way. It’s not wanton killing as such, but death results, nonetheless. Are humans responsible? Oh, yeah. No doubt about it. We may not have knowingly and willing begun the process, but we sure as hell are perpetuating it.
What am I talking about? I know that thought is jumping around in your overtaxed brain. And once you find out what’s on my mind, you’re not going to care anyway. That’s life, and I accept it. But, can you live with it? Continue reading
I suppose by now you’ve come to the realization that I’ve been keeping track of the spread of Covid-19. It appeared to me that things are not going to get appreciatively better anytime soon, so I began to focus my attention on another area—that of the vaccine.
For quite some time we’ve been told not to expect a vaccine before the end of the year at the earliest, most likely not for another 12-18 months. I figure that when the time comes there is going to be a mad dash to get in line to be jabbed with the needle (it could be sugar cubes again, I suppose). So I went and put my name on the list. I have secured my place in line at 6,234,962. My suggestion is that you do the same. It’s an easy process. Just go to the website and fill out all the information as accurately as possible. Especially be clear about where you will be when the time comes for you to receive the vaccination. I’ve been told that there is a verification process, but I don’t know what that might be.
Why secure a place in line? Let me tell you my reasoning: Continue reading
This morning I’ve been doing something I very seldom do. I’ve been thinking. Now, you may ask, what has gotten into me. Well, let me tell you. Covid-19 has gotten into me. Continue reading