Froma Bird's Eye View

By Raven West

Monthly Archives: April, 2020

Political Math: Biden + Sanders – Sanders = Trump 2020

And then there was one. Back in 2019, there were 20, count ‘em, 20 Democratic candidates for President. There were so many the initial candidate debates in June and July had to be divided into two teams of ten.  By September, the field had been cut in half, with only 12 candidates invited to participate …

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Mystery of the Gefilte Fish

Once a year on the 14th day of Nisan on the Jewish calendar, some ten thousand gefiltes swim to a secluded pond just off the Sea of Galilee in  Israel. These little gefites occupy the pond for only eight days, then disappear for an entire year. No one has ever been able to find out …

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COVID–19 An Optimistic “Bird’s Eye” View

Does anybody know what time it is? Does anybody really care? COVID–19 detriment: One of the very first casualties of the COVID–19 was my calendar and my watch. Before social distancing, I had a set schedule that I followed from the time I woke up till the time I went to bed. From Thursday through …

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