this week soon one of these days I shall be making adjustments to this site. It may be unavailable for a time. But, be assured (or be afraid), it will be back. (I must confess, sadly, that I am getting lazy in my old age.)
At Psychology Today Blogs, Phil Reed offers some thoughts. A snippet:
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Methinks Parmy Olson is unduly optimistic.
Plus, she provides yet more evidence that “social” media isn’t.
Sam, Emma, their guest, attorney and writer Sam Melo, discuss the history of immigration and immigration legislation in the United States.
The first rule of flight club is don’t tell anyone about flight club.
David Lazarus explores the “your car’s extended warranty is expiring” robocall scam.
Even if you already know the calls are a scam, his explanation of the nuts-and-bolts of the con is enlightening.
We sometimes get two or three of these a day on our cell phones and land line (yes, we still have a land line).
Per his article, the number of such calls in the United States this year is projected to be in the neighborhood of 13 billion. That’s about 40 calls for every man, woman, and child and about 120 for each registered vehicle.