The angels of COVID-19

Yesterday, I wrote a blog post about those cretins and cruds who would disrupt and take advantage of others during this COVID-19 war.  It’s the equivalent of the old “war profiteers” who hoarded vital supplies and the jacked up the prices to sell them to those in need.  Ugh. Today, I want to share a…

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Donate to your food bank, get a Chuck Miller artwork! Help us get through COVID-19!!

These are the times that try our souls.  With the COVID-19 pandemic raging throughout the world, families are working from home, students are tele-learning from home, and those who live paycheck to paycheck are discovering their paycheck isn’t going as far as it once did.  They’re relying on food banks and other charitable organizations to…

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The COVID-19 finally hit home. Ugh.

So I was set for three back-to-back-to-back contests with the Albany Patroons this weekend at the Washington Avenue Armory. Then I received an e-mail yesterday afternoon. And my weekend plans just got mangled. Because of the increased coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, various organizations – colleges, sports leagues, even parades – have been forced to shut down…

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How to communicate with your Uber driver

I’m still on the mend from my ankle injury, so although I can actually have gig services take care of my laundry and my groceries, I still need to use a ride share to get from one place to the next. Yesterday, I had a unique experience while ride sharing. And by “unique,” I mean…

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