Monthly Archives: September 2014

Told You This Would Happen

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas says a patient being evaluated for Ebola has tested positive for the virus. The Centers for Disease Control confirmed the case — the first time Ebola has been diagnosed in the United States. … Continue reading

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Battling the Increasing Lonliness

Recently I bemoaned in my journal that I spend a lot of my time feeling lonely. However, what I didn’t mention is that much of my loneliness is filled with worthless distractions from the radio, to the television, the Internet … Continue reading

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Television Conversations

“For crying out loud,” Mary exclaimed, “with all the crap that’s going on in the world – this is the most popular thing online?” Surprised by her sudden outburst, “What?!” “People are complaining that they don’t like some actress’s new … Continue reading

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Home of the Free and the Brave, but not in Washoe County

The figure in black drew closer with each step along East Sixth in Reno. In no time I could tell it was woman clad in a burqa. No one yelled at her, no one called her names or threatened her. … Continue reading

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The Possibility of an Airborne Ebola Virus

It’s been years since I was a U.S. Air Force Environmental Health Tech. And while there are new ways being employed to halt infections, the nature of contracting a disease hasn’t changed. Ingestion, inhalation and injection are for any vector-borne disease the … Continue reading

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Obama, War President

The dictionary defines ‘war,’ as: armed fighting between nations; state of hostility or conflict; struggle between opposing forces or for a particular end. But it seems the meaning is being changed and it’s being done so that it fits the … Continue reading

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The Real Bully in this Case

The National Football League continues to tear itself apart from the inside-out. Another player is in trouble, accused of child abuse after whipping and leaving marks on his four-year-old son. It has also decided to employ three women to help … Continue reading

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