Monthly Archives: February 2018

Keystrokes as Key to Your Health Status?

It’s hard to imagine that your clicks on a keyboard are like your heartbeats on an EKG signifying your overall health but it seems that your fingers not only “do the walking,” like the old Yellow Pages ad used to … Continue reading

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Earlier this week, AirBNB CEO, Brian Chesky’s ideas for the company to consider looking into starting an airline resurfaced. Chesky, who is also one of the founders and a 36 year old billionaire, compared his ambitions for the company to the … Continue reading

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No, I’m not a tourist!

As a frequent business traveler, I often get to take advantage of some of the perks that come along with being a “regular” on a particular airline, or at a certain hotel chain. But when I travel for pleasure, I … Continue reading

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Donnie, why no friends?

This President of our United States has been reported to be without close friends. In September 2017, Politico magazine dubbed him “The Loneliest President.”  For argument’s sake, assuming there’s a shadow of truth behind this bit of fake news, one … Continue reading

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A family that shoots together stays together!

Family values is one of the core messages the NRA preaches to its members and supporters.  The NRA has created a culture that speaks to the very fabric that holds the NRA families together. By passing their gun rights agenda … Continue reading

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Conflicting Black Panther Reviews

The recent release of Marvel’s Black Panther has been steeped in commentary about racism and mainstream cultural portrayals of race (unlike other recent superhero movies, which are seen simply as superhero movies without a larger context).  After seeing the movie, talking … Continue reading

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Teachers Are Educators, Not Security Guards.

  Last Wednesday, the White House held a 90 minute listening session for survivors, parents and teachers of school mass shootings. Trump, Pence and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos asked for input on how to prevent future school shootings. During … Continue reading

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