‘Pandemic’ is the Word of the Year for 2020

(CNN)You’ve probably heard the word near-daily since March. It’s dominated nearly every corner of the world since. And there’s no better word to sum up the unbelievable year that was 2020.

“Pandemic” is the Word of the Year for both Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com. It informed top searches on both sites and reshaped the language we use daily, both companies said.
Merriam-Webster, the dictionary publisher, said people looked up “pandemic” with “remarkable frequency” throughout the year — particularly on March 11, when the World Health Organization officially declared Covid-19 a pandemic. On that day, searches for “pandemic” spiked 115,806% compared to the same day in 2019.


The concept of America is that  police state can solve problems and eliminate threats.  My longtime hero is the Lone Ranger who understand the need of the innocent and can remedy the situation to bring about justice.  That is precisely what people expect from law enforcement throughout out American society. Continue reading “Expectation”

Lessons Learned?



Somewhere along the envirnmental needed to reduce jet fuel exhust our government has not leaarned any lessons from the pandemic of 2020. Our skies had cleared and the global temperature considerably lowered, but as soon as there seemed to be a glimmer of Covid-19 lessened, the government through jet fighters in the sky to honor paid hospital worker.

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