Reflections on the Coronavirus (COVID19)

Reflections on the Coronavirus (COVID19)

Coronavirus (Covid19) March 18, 2020 It becomes ever more draconian, regardless of statistics seeming to indicate that this new virus is much like old ones when it comes to making people very ill or killing them. Right now, as I write this, one of the major leaders of...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #2

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #2

COVID19 To be made in what image? To be reproduced at who’s direction? The nation is being brought to its knees and the causal factor is being touted as this new virus. But is that it? This nation, if it goes to sleep for the next two to three months, will never...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #3

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #3

Reflections on the Coronavirus (Covid19) March 20, 2020 I am coming to hate them. I never hated them before, not any of them. Oh, I have not cared from some of the Fox commentators but I never thought much about the anchors. Now I am thinking about them, and not just...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #4

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #4

Reflections on the Coronavirus (COVID19) March 21, 2020 Adapt. The most fundamental and nearly unspoken primary asset and philosophy of the United States Marine Corps, and one I found to be the only place to go, when I was a Marine in combat, to give me any hope of...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #5

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #5

Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection March 21 Dateline: Lake Geneva, WI   It’s all over the place if you are paying attention. I went to the Sentry Grocery Store today and passed through the fruit area. Yesterday, Honey Dew melons were on sale; 2 for $5.00. I...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #6

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #6

Reflections on the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic,, March 20, 2020 “Do you hear the people sing…” What is happening to the United States under the pretense of a grand ‘zombie’ sort of unstoppable and super deadly disease is hard to...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflections #7

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflections #7

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #7 March 21, 2020 Can you hear the thunder? A distant thunderstorm. is on the horizon of America, but most American’s are deaf to its approach. The storm is one of violent cells, each with the potential to destroy vast segments...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #8

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #8

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #8 SOCIAL DISTANCING A Short dissertation today Why it can’t work. Social distancing can work to assure that human to human transfers of all manner of communicable ills is not spread. That part of disease resolution is patently...
Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #9

Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #9

Coronavirus (COVID19 Reflection #9 March 23, 2020 Neither you, nor I, created this Coronavirus situation, or the result of being grounded to our homes. And, it doesn’t matter. What matters is what we do in response to these situations. Staying at home, aside...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #10

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #10

Reflections on the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic Dateline: Lake Geneva, Wi March 24, 2020 Who is in your life, and why is that seemingly strange question important right now? I received an extremely complimentary call last night from a rather important person living...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #11

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #11

Reflections on the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic March 25, 2020 How tough are you? Oh, not the Harley Davidson, Sylvester Stallone or even Bruce Willis kind of tough. I am writing about how tough you may or may not be when the chips are down. When the job is gone, as...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #12

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #12

Reflection #12 on the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic March 25, 2020 2.2 trillion dollars. $2,200,000,000,000. Where in the hell did this motley collection of ill-credentialed strange people get hold of 2.2 trillion without much complaint by anybody at all? How is it...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #13

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #13

Reflection on the Coronavirus (COVID19) March 26, 2020 Draco. The name of a scribe in ancient Greece. His job was to assign punishments for crimes. His punishments were so severe that his name has been passed down through the ages as meaning unreasonable severity....
Coronavirus (COVID19) , Refelction #14

Coronavirus (COVID19) , Refelction #14

Reflection #14 regarding the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic March 26, 2020 The phrase “continuity of government” may not mean anything to you. To ‘players’ back in my day, the executive orders surrounding this phrase meant a lot and caused a...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #15

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #15

Reflections focused on the Corona Virus (COVID19) Pandemic March 27, 2020 Lake Geneva The tragedy. The loss. The feelings expressed by those around me that I am thinking negative thoughts. How to endure? To move on? To stay home and wait? How many of the small...
Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #16

Coronavirus (COVID19), Reflection #16

Reflections focused on the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic March 27, 2020 What you are going to need, as this crisis across the country really begins to bite into almost everyone’s personal life and need for survival: During this “pandemic” have great...
Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #17

Coronavirus (COVID19) Reflection #17

Reflection on the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic March 31, 2020 I posted this on my Facebook pages and for some strange reason it created some spirited dialog about being an alarmist and creating “panic”. Interesting times when common sense ideas are...