Don’t spit on sidewalk? Interesting phrase. It used to be that bricks were the most common paving solution for sidewalks and streets, in addition to building construction. Why Kansas? That’s often my question, but in this particular case, I wondered about the origin of the “Don’t Spit on Sidewalk” phrase. Aside from not wanting public … More Don’t Spit on the Sidewalk
The freedom argument is all wrong. Living free entails choosing smart, not being stupid. Yet, many have decided the Constitution allows them to refuse to wear a mask when government bodies say otherwise, all in the name of freedom. First, they argue that masks do not work, then switching gears, claiming that governmental action cannot … More Exercise Your Freedom: Wear the Mask
Recently, I watched a DVD of one the last films I saw in the movie theater, pre-pandemic. It got me wondering when, or if, I would ever experience another movie theater film. Life has changed mightily in my 63 years. Overall, life is easier and more convenient, but I would not say universally better. There … More The Change Up: Good or Bad?
Here we are, a few days shy of mid-May. Most businesses have been closed for about two months, as stay at home orders have directed people to take shelter and refrain from gathering. Starting this week, many businesses are re-opening, along with restaurants, but with restrictions on the number of patrons and keeping distance between … More The Grand Re-Opening
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