Daily Archives: April 11, 2020

Too Tired To Say Goodbye

Late this morning I watched a memorial service remotely for someone whom I was not particularly close to but someone who I was at least somewhat familiar with and whose somewhat blunt and frequently entertaining comments I had become accustomed … Continue reading

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Book Review: Epidemiology: Principles & Methods

Epidemiology:  Principles & Methods, by Brian MacMahon and Dimitrios Trichopoulos Admittedly, epidemiology is a rather dry subject that most people would not find it very interesting to read about.  Fortunately, or unfortunately perhaps, I am not most people, and one … Continue reading

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Book Review: Very, Very, Very Dreadful

Very, Very, Very Dreadful:  The Influenza Pandemic Of 1918, by Albert Marrin Reading a book like this, and I have read at least a few [1], is a frustrating but also enlightening experience.  As someone who is familiar with the … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Wall Chart Of World History

The Wall Chart Of World History:  From Earliest Times To The Present:  A Facsimile Edition, by Edward Hull This book was an enjoyable one, as it is one that I was loaned by a friend.  It is the sort of … Continue reading

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