So today will be a short post. I was promoted at work and today will be my first day in this new position. Yesterday I had the enjoyment of my last day in my old job. Every change is a little bittersweet, there is excitement at the change and sadness at the end of an … Continue reading New day, new position
Ok, so I am noticing a wierd trend. On major news sites and social media, the major medical groups are starting to advocate for the wearing of multiple masks in an effort to stop the Coronavirus. Am I on drugs? Am I in bizzaro world? This , as somebody who likely caught the virus, seems … Continue reading Two, three, four masks?
I have to ask this because it seems like a dumb thing: Why are people who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 still wearing masks? One idea is that they still have a chance at being a carrier of the virus, despite not getting infected by it (makes little sense if the virus is being fought … Continue reading Vaccination
I write this to point out that Joe Biden and company still haven't passed the Coronavirus relief checks out to the American public. Remember when they promised it in the first week after those jerks in Georgia were elected? Yeah, so do I. Remember when Biden immediately tried to backtrack the checks to $1400, only … Continue reading Enjoying your $2000 checks?
Well after a ridiculously long quarentine I finally was able to return to work. I was officially finished on the 21st (my final quarentine day) and went right to work the next day! Man o man I missed work. It was a little difficult getting back into the swing of things. I was extra cautious … Continue reading First day back to work
I am not sure why or how my country and many others in similar circumstances display an astounding lack of true leadership. What I mean by this isn't necessarily a lack of total leadership. We have plenty of leaders, we have plenty of officials who play the part of a leader quite poorly. We even … Continue reading A lack of true leadership
I write this after careful review of the situation in my nation and around the world generally. It seems that there is a major problem with humanity. They are growing increasingly needy, wanting more government to solve their problems or perceived problems. Its appears that the idea of living without a nanny state, living without … Continue reading The dearth of independent people
As I sit here watching the inauguration and the guest list I cannot help but notice the sheer amount of swamp creatures in attendance and how hard it must have been to find anyone outside the D.C. cesspool to attend. Evidence of this is Dan Quayle, essentially a political nobody that can best be remembered … Continue reading The boys are back in town..
So while I was quarantined and had little to do besides sitting in my room, I surfed the internet and fell in love with a laptop. So I bought it, this little piece of nostalgia. It's beautiful, it's old, it's powered by freaking 4 AA batteries! A truly amazing thing to have. A TRS-80 Model … Continue reading I bought a laptop…
Well, as the title suggests I am at the very tail end of my quarantine for Covid-19 symptoms. I can say it's been annoying to say the least. I don't like being sick, and (more importantly) I don't like being unable to work! Seriously, the ability to be productive and feel like you've done something … Continue reading Final days left of Quarentine