Things That Influence My Writing: Montana Cow Mutilations

**Content Warning: This post discusses the killing and mutilation of animals by unknown perpetrator(s) over the past 50+ years in the United States. As a non-beef eater myself, reader discretion is advised** While the world is caught up with everything that is 2020 (do you have your apocalypse bingo card yet?) I’d like to visitContinue reading “Things That Influence My Writing: Montana Cow Mutilations”

Recovery: If 1 million Americans get coronavirus, what will the recovery look like?

Success With Flattening the Curve Remember how we were projected to have 2.5 Million cases? We have reduced the projected number of infected Americans by 1.5 Million to only 1 Million. 1 Million is not great, but that’s a big change. That is called flattening the curve and everyone should be thinking that is reallyContinue reading “Recovery: If 1 million Americans get coronavirus, what will the recovery look like?”

How Behaviors Impact Coronavirus Spread & Confirmed Case Reporting

Part 1 – Introduction to Issues This is a pretty loaded topic. Breaking this one up into several parts. In this post I’m addressing limitations to medical accessibility, such as uninsured rates, caregiving, and religious exemption from government advised or required disease control practices, such as social distancing. Let’s talk about human behavior and howContinue reading “How Behaviors Impact Coronavirus Spread & Confirmed Case Reporting”