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How I’m Handling 2020

Someday I hope to look back at 2020 as I look back at 2001 when the tech bubble burst, the twin towers came down and I had to tell 40+ employees that our startup was done for and they were losing their jobs on Thanksgiving day. Not exactly fond memories.[…] Read On

Life Is Good

Long day. Nice dinner. Good wine. A little Yankees playoff action. You know what? Life is good. Okay, so the Yankees lost. A little scotch to kill the pain. Life is still good. And you know what? Once we get through this pandemic, the race riots, the wildfires, the election[…] Read On

Lies, Dams Lies, Tweets and CDC Data

A recent CDC report says that just 6% of Covid-19 deaths had no additional listed causes or comorbidities. As you might expect, Twitter lit up like the Bay Area lightning storm that started all those wildfires: CDC: 94% COVID-19 mortalities had comorbidities such as hypertension, obesity, diabetes or dementia. Only[…] Read On