Sorry about yesterday’s BONUS link — COVID-appropriate speech modification. It involved downloading a file that failed some of you. This link goes straight to YouTube (but lacks the rather enjoyable audience reaction). Feter Fifer ficked a feck . . .
How long will you live? (With some suggestions for living longer.)
Other than making us rich, here’s why ParkerVision’s lawsuits matter: South Korea Leads World in Innovation as U.S. Exits Top Ten.
Think about that! The land of of Ben Franklin and Bell Labs and Thomas Edison and the Wright Brothers and Steve Jobs — no longer in the top ten for innovation?
Maybe innovative little companies like PRKR should be protected by a workable patent system. With luck, the various juries will agree.
Judges — as previously noted — may also start swinging back the little guy’s way.
I so hope people — especially young people — have been watching the Impeachment Trial.
As America decides whether to go fascist, as Germany and Italy once did, or instead to renew its commitment to free and fair elections and the peaceful transfer of power, as a majority of us seem to want to do . . .
. . . but about which Republican Senators and Representatives are unsure, as they voted to overturn the results of the election and seem now to think Trump did nothing impeachable . . .
. . . we are watching history play out.
It is momentous.
Of even greater consequence than the Super Bowl.
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Sarchasm: The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn't get it.~A winning entry in the Washington Post Style Section Invitational
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