My Top 10 News Stories of 2020

2020 can be described in many ways, including a dumpster fire, s***show, crappy or terrible. The news stories this year have really exemplified that this has been one of the worst years in recent history. I ranked my thoughts on what I thought were the top 10 news stories below, some of which I have… Continue reading My Top 10 News Stories of 2020

Coronavirus Relief Comes from a Stool…Barstool Sports Fund That Is

The founder of Barstool Sports, Dave Portnoy, is fed up with waiting for the government to get their act together to help small businesses get back on their feet during the coronavirus pandemic. He established a fund on December 17th along with 30 Day Fund, a nonprofit organization, to help small businesses that are suffering… Continue reading Coronavirus Relief Comes from a Stool…Barstool Sports Fund That Is

Words and Phrases to Appreciate in 2020 and Others I’d Rather Forget About

The Washington Post and The New York Times have put out articles asking their readers to describe 2020 in words or phrases. The top 3 words according to WaPo were exhausting, lost and chaotic. Others described this year as either a dumpster fire, nightmare, surreal or relentless being the most popular. The New York Times… Continue reading Words and Phrases to Appreciate in 2020 and Others I’d Rather Forget About

Is It Too Little, Too Late for Former Governor to Urge Citizens to Wear Masks?

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie posted a video on his Twitter page Wednesday evening, which was a 30 second public service announcement to urge all Americans to wear a mask (it is also posted on YouTube; the link is below). He talked about his experience having COVID-19, saying that it was “frightening to be… Continue reading Is It Too Little, Too Late for Former Governor to Urge Citizens to Wear Masks?

Wake Me Up When It’s All Over

We are going on nine months of lockdowns, social distancing, mask wearing and the adjustment of our way of life due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s probably something we’ve gotten used to, but it’s become exhausting to think about the threat of the virus in nearly everything we do. Going to the grocery store? Don’t… Continue reading Wake Me Up When It’s All Over