Innovation in Covid times

Last Update: June 27, 2020

As we in the United States enter the first summer season in over a century (the flu epidemic of 1918) with a major pandemic in our midst, its time to consider how things have changed. The last several weeks and the indefinite future show turmoil and confusion.

The vulnerability breach--China's Hebei prvince

The Chinese are calling on their ancient knack of walling of their society with Beijing, the capitol.in quarantine. The "forbidden city has enlarged its grip on the entire planet. In many ways we have reached the next level beyond searching the high and mighty internet. All the information glut in Google could no thave predicted this pestilence.

Coming on the heels of the "zombie apocalypse and fulfilling the spin of fake news this scourge has fulfilled and expanded any media hype that could be invented. Distancing, social aversion and aversive shielding are the new norms. The example above shows the innovative approach to the traditional business agreement.

Many will say these are the times that try men's souls. I say its 'more than that!. In continued posting I plan to point out that these are the best of times.

I look forward to the immediate and close future with unparalleled enthusiasm. There is a gold mine of opportunities and excitement out there! Let's open our eyes and look at them!

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laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Mike,

Great to see you again.
2 Days ago I heard this on the Spanish news at 15.00.
A water sample of March 2019 contained traces of the virus information by Reuters
This could very well change our perception on Covid-19.
Many businesses will not open anymore, but new ones are.
This was also on the news. A young couple opens a new shop selling a selection of Spanish cheeses and another couple opened a shop offering handmade bread.
Those who dare have a great opportunity.

Greetings from the south of Spain,

Taetske
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MKearns Premium
Am reading the latest Dan Brown novel. Origins. This melodrama is set in a Spanish world and shows how the government is dealing with the universe. A great read! Exciting!
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laparra1 Premium
Then I will have to put it on my list.

All the best,Taetske
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MKearns Premium
Finished it last night. He mystifies readers with an artistic image outlining Washington DC.
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laparra1 Premium
Of the 4 cities I am still missing Bilbao.

Greetings from the south of Spain,

Taetske
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Joes946 Premium
True Mike. Good to see you!
Joe
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MKearns Premium
Hope I'm catching you well Joe! Stay safe!
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Joes946 Premium
Thanks Milk. And too you
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Joes946 Premium
Milk? Autocorrect
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megawinner Premium
Great ideas! Just what happened in every world upheavals.
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JeffreyBrown Premium
Well said, Mike!

Jeff
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MKearns Premium
Didn't I see you wearing a coonskin in the last sequel Jeffrey?
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JeffreyBrown Premium
Ha ha, Thanks, Mike!
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RosanaHart Premium
Look forward to your proof that turmoil and confusion provide the best of times!
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JeffreyBrown Premium
Rosana, in borrowing from a quote in Apollo Thirteen (the movie) Everyone believes these times might be the biggest disaster for the world, but I believe it will end up being our finest hour!

Hang in there!

Jeff
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