Tag Archives: journal of a plague year

Respawn, Reset or Killing our Dudes?

From the beginning I’ve thought that the economic consequences of the coronavirus will be far more serious and long lasting than the medical effects. But I have no idea of what’s going on right now. So many of the actions … Continue reading

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Header change…

The previous header (a lady dressed as a popcorn box) was from carnival a few years ago in the Canary Islands. It seems a bit… frivolous now so I decided something more appropriate might be this… The sign read (I … Continue reading

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I’ve Looked at Plagues from Both Sides Now…

At various times over the last month or so coronavirus has seemed like a dark approaching storm blowing away all in its way, an overhyped media story, a temporary inconvenience that will soon be forgotten, a dark abyss that everyone … Continue reading

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Never Enough Busywork…

Since classes were cancelled (beginning March 11) the administration both of the college and the university have been going berserk about making classes ‘zdalne’ (remote). Within the first week my department asked instructors what we’re doing and I answered (basically … Continue reading

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