Monthly Archives: October 2020

Covid Covid Covid Covid Covid 10/29: All We Ever Talk About

Trump wishes to register a complaint. 

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Spoiler-Free Review and then Semi-Walkthrough: Star Traders: Frontiers

Star Traders: Frontiers is a Tier 2 open-world game in which you have a starship and you go where you want and do what you want. You can be any or all of: A merchant who takes spices from one … Continue reading

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Covid 10/22: Europe in Crisis

America’s Covid-19 situation has clearly entered a third wave. Cases and positive test percentages across the country are rising steadily, and deaths are finally starting to follow suit over the last few days. The scaremongers greatly oversold things, but that … Continue reading

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The Uncertainty of Death and Taxes

Follow-up of sorts to: Easy Mode and Hard Mode, also Spoiler-Free Review: Death and Taxes Epistemic Status: Early exploration of concepts that deserve a better, tighter treatment at a future time. This has been in my drafts for a while, … Continue reading

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PredictIt: Presidential Market is Increasingly Wrong

Previously about PredictIt this election cycle: Free Money at PredictIt: 2020 General Election,  Free Money at PredictIt? It is important, on occasion, to state the obvious, on the record, at the proper time. The prediction (alternatively, read: gambling) markets on … Continue reading

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Covid 10/15: Playtime is Over

Previously: Covid 10/8: October Surprise Last week the President got Covid-19, so the post was all about details and timelines. This week, the President has tested negative multiple times and my town closed its playground due to mask non-compliance, so … Continue reading

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Covid 10/8: October Surprise

Last week: Covid 10/1: The Long Haul As part of 2020’s continuing attempt to top itself, President Trump has Covid-19.  It is unclear whether it is more surprising that Trump got Covid-19 now, or that it took this long for … Continue reading

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Covid 10/1: The Long Haul

If you were watching the so-called ‘presidential debate’ on Tuesday night, first off, you have my sympathies. It was the day after the Day of Atonement. If you watched, no matter what wrongs you may have committed this past year, … Continue reading

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