The Current State of the Vax Debate Summed up in 2 Memes

It's been a while since I've touched on Rona. Frankly, I wish I took better notes over the last 2 years for posterity but also to look back someday and remind myself of how utterly disastrously this has been handled around the world. Konstantin Kisin did a pretty good job of capturing some of the … Continue reading The Current State of the Vax Debate Summed up in 2 Memes

Don’t settle for normal

I posted a joke on Facebook that went like this – The other day, the kids and I were talking and someone said "Dad, misery loves company." This is only true if you're extroverted. If you're an introvert like me, 'company' could literally be the source of our misery. One of my daughters didn't understand … Continue reading Don’t settle for normal

2020 Year End Review

I wouldn't be a blogger if I didn't have an obligatory End of 2020 post. Someday, I'll look back at this and think "What a crazy time that was!" Not going to do a play-by-play, but there are a few moments and epiphanies that I had this year that I want to capture for myself. … Continue reading 2020 Year End Review

There’s still time to stop the 1984 response to COVID-19 before it’s too late.

  This is going to be a long one.  Maybe I should write more regularly instead of trying to do a total brain dump all at once. How does one measure the value of life? It seems to undergird much of the debate, fear, and frustration these days. Can you put a price on someone's … Continue reading There’s still time to stop the 1984 response to COVID-19 before it’s too late.

The Cares Act will cost us more than $2 Trillion

The Cares Act is now law and those that embrace Liberty are being criticized for daring to question adding another $2 TRILLION to our national debt.  See if you've had this exchange with any of your statist friends and family. Govt: we ordered Chuckie Cheese Pineapple pizza for everyone. Your share of the bill is … Continue reading The Cares Act will cost us more than $2 Trillion