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A near-miss in San Diego reminds me that 2 planes weren’t so lucky there in 1978

Looks like we escaped an air disaster in San Diego last Thursday night. An Airwest Embraer traveling from Portland was about to land when they were given a “go around” order by air traffic controllers at San Diego International Airport. A go around order tells the pilot that their landing has been aborted and that…

Football is the cure to a functioning society

Everyone in America has a pastime when it comes to sport. Of course, the prototypical pastime of traditional American antiquity is baseball, aka, béisbol, to you fly-over folks. Sports have transformed into a beacon of social and racial progress and a vehicle by which crusaders of equality and nicey-nice level playing fields perpetuate their agenda.…

Down Trump memory lane: the curious case of Kathryn Steinle and Francisco Sanchez

It all seems like it was another world, another age, but it was only five-and-a-half years ago, which isn’t that much in the planetary scheme of things. June 16, 2015, precisely. The day that the billionaire celebrity, Donald Trump, announced his Presidential aspirations while offering the world an early glimpse of the next four years.…
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Dr. Fauci announces “Herd Immunity of the Month” as more Americans willing to be jabbed

I’m reposting a piece I wrote in April, just one month into the nitty gritty meat of our pandemic. We were viral virgins then.  Information slammed us fast and furious with its floundering inconsistencies.   Everything we read and heard was a disarrayed torrent of claims, conjectures, fears, paranoias, and whole lot of bullshit.  It’s understandable…