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Life at № 42

Medical Fraud: Misleading Coronavirus Video, Pushed by Trump & Madonna, Spreads Online

In a video posted Monday online, a group of people calling themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors” and wearing white medical coats spoke against the backdrop of the Supreme Court in Washington, … Continue reading

July 29, 2020 · 80 Comments

And now for not beautiful things, like Covid-19

Last week my mind was the scene of a landslide of memories and emotions. It’s taken me a while to collect my thoughts. My email began flooding on Wednesday. Messages … Continue reading

July 27, 2020 · 40 Comments

Beautiful Things: Roland Oudot and Mercier Freres

Roland Oudot and Mercier Frères. Two names that aren’t terribly well known although they should be. A few weeks ago I saw a painting by Oudot at auction and thought … Continue reading

July 24, 2020 · 16 Comments

The Threshold of Injury to Demand for Action Ratio as Based on Genetic Determinism/Identity

Consider this example: For the past few years a sector of the American population has been proposing the legal denial of service to customers based on the customer’s sexual orientation. … Continue reading

July 18, 2020 · 43 Comments

Preparing the house for Imaginary Summer Girls

It’s the one time a year when the house gets cleaned from top to bottom, hard to get to cobwebs removed, unused rooms opened; So even though Summer Girls won’t … Continue reading

July 11, 2020 · 33 Comments

The mood music for this post is Sabor a Mi, late 60’s.

And then one day, suddenly, it makes sense. It all makes sense. I’m reading Pete Walker’s Complex Trauma (CPTSD) book. It’s the text I hoped I would one day find. … Continue reading

July 5, 2020 · 28 Comments