Victory apart from demonstrable success…

I remember in the long long ago, when I first started my career in Chiropractic, the financial windfall generator known as the “California workers compensation program” which reimbursed medical professionals, and Chiropractors, quite lucratively. Not to get into the minutiae of the cascading compensation, but each patient visit could collect $100. Multiply that by 3Xs … Continue reading Victory apart from demonstrable success…

July 4th, The most audacious Independence Day

If you’re American you probably don’t think too much about it but the vast number of countries have Independences days. For the quick historical recap: Hostilities between the Colonies and The kingdom of Great Britain started with Stamp Act in 1765. From the Boston Massacre in 1770 to the Boston Tea Party in December 1773 … Continue reading July 4th, The most audacious Independence Day

Black Saturday at the Gates of Hell

In Christian Tradition Black Saturday doesn’t get the attention it deserves. We know Palm Sunday, Jesus appearance in Jerusalem as a Humble King. The Last Supper and the Agony in the garden of Gethsemane on Holy Thursday. The sacrifice of the lamb on Good Friday. And, of course, the Resurrection of Easter Sunday. What in … Continue reading Black Saturday at the Gates of Hell

Hysteria and The Curse of Incompatibility

Watching the Coronapalloza unfold from my quarantined perch here in Beijing, the duality from the very real threat that the illness poses for many and the accompanying hysteria for those not nearly at risk, has my again reminding myself that Reason and science really need to balance itself out vs irrational fear. I have tried … Continue reading Hysteria and The Curse of Incompatibility