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Weekly Reader: Vol 3 Issue 37

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse. It’s time for another issue of your Weekly Reader! Got a blog post you want to share? Found an interesting editorial that you’d like to post? Or maybe … Continue reading

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Opting Out

On Sunday, I noticed a letter by the time clock: it was from our CEO and it had been sent out company wide. To sum it up, it said this: any fully vaccinated employees can fill out an opt-out sheet … Continue reading

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Too Soon

Everybody’s heard about the new CDC guidelines: if you’re fully vaccinated, you can go without a mask. Some stores aren’t relaxing their mask policies and still requiring them if you shop with them. Costco is not one of them. I’m … Continue reading

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Anyway

“People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered. Love them anyway.” — from The Paradoxical Commandments I can’t. Not anymore. That cup is empty and can not be refilled. Last night, I got off of work at 17:30. Prime decided that since … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader: Vol 3 Issue 35

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse. It’s time once again for your regularly scheduled Weekly Reader! Got some hot links, blog posts, or articles from a local paper you’d like to share? Head over … Continue reading

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Side Effects May Include

One and done: I got my Covid vaccination. Costco managed to secure the Janssen/J&J vaccine, so it’s one jab and done. I don’t have to worry about a second appointment for another dose. Prime got the Pfizer vaccine, which means … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader: Vol 3 Issue 34

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse. It’s time once again for your regularly scheduled Weekly Reader! Got some hot links, blog posts, or articles from a local paper you’d like to share? Head over … Continue reading

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The Sound and the Fury

So, we have some updated rules for conduct in American Family Field. It’s nothing too terrible, really: wear a mask, social distance, don’t congregate in other areas of the park, that sort of thing. It should be easy to follow … Continue reading

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Hope Springs

I noticed the sign up sheet by the time clock. I thought it was the usual; a sales sheet for shirts or coffee mugs or something similar. I read it once and my jaw dropped. This was a sign up … Continue reading

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Thawing Out

The weather has improved quite a bit; it almost feels like spring right now. Most of the snow we had is gone and the sidewalks are fairly clear. However, I’m pretty sure that the sidewalk by the local Ross is … Continue reading

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