This Story Reminds Me of Another

Does anyone recall where they were say in the spring/summer of 2001? Maybe more specifically: May until early September of tht year? If so, do you remember the number one story of those m onths. It was the story that has cable news fixated. I couldn’t turn on my television to either MSNBC or Fox New (the 2 I regularly watched back then) without this one story being on or was ”next up”. It got to the point for me where I mostly stopped watching either of those channels and ytirdf to only watch local news at that time. But that story invaded evn local news, you know, that 22 minute show that covers mostly local or regional news. But there it was. II never paid attention to TV ratings back then but today I would have to guess that story was preeminent because it attracted th most viewers ad of cours, more viewers means more advertising money for the outlet.

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Who’s to Blame? One Guess…

Okay, I’ve come to the light. I’ve left the frefge of darkness and pain ad decided to live my life in the light with the goodness of my friends and neighbors ever present. But in doing this, according to those same friends, there must be someone to blame for not only my walk in the darkness but for all of humanity’s as well. There are a lot of proplr we can blame. We can be racist and blame white people, but no, that’s already being done. How about black, hispanic or asian people.? No everyone knows that unless you’re white, you cannot be racist and since that’s been done, we need to find another devil .

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Will Business be Able to Exercise ”The Mandate”?

Show me your papers!

So what does it mean if Joe Biden implements rules for companies with over 100 employees that these businesses must verify that their employee’s are fully vaccinated or regularly (weekly) test negative for COVID? Think about this for a moment. Does the company have to have someone, like a greeter at Walmart check each employee’s status daily? If someone refuses to take the vaccin, is the company responsible for performing the testing? The employee? How much will that cost and at that point, is it easier for the employee to finsd work at a business with 90 employees?

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A Bad Summer for Biden

It’s been a really bad month for Joe Biden, hasn’t it? First the debacle of the exit from Afghanistan punctuated by the death of 13 service members some 18 or so critically wounded, and the more than 100 deaths of Afghans. then, on live TV, as if he didn’t care, and was wondering when this torment would be over, was caught on camera as the bodies were being sacredly delivered, checking his watch as each member were brought off the airplane at Dover.

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Understand Before You Commit

I believe the best advice anyone may give to anyone else concerning being vaccinated aginst COVID is totalk toyour personal physician. That person will know your history andwill be able to tell you, as best they are able, that the vaccoine is safe, or nt safe, for you currently. That really is the best that may be done. This vaccine is so new that there really is no way to know how safe this is except to look to the FDA for any reported adverse reactions.

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