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Articles from the January 11, 2021 edition

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Peak Bagging In the New Mexico Wilderness With Leroy the Dog.

This winter I've been driving places to go Peak Bagging with Leroy the Dog. Two hours south of Albuquerque and just south of Socorro NM, we climbed 3 peaks 1800 feet of vertical gain. It was sunny...

 

The Man Who Holds the US Nuclear Launch Codes Deemed Too Dangerous to Have Twitter, Facebook Accounts

The person with the nuclear codes has been deemed too dangerous to have a twitter account, as the Social Media giant locked down the president's account for 12 hours. "I am asking for everyone at the...

 
 By Noa Krop    Lifestyle    January 11, 2021

Rewards Patches for Youth Soccer-Player Masks Made Girls Willing to Keep Playing During Pandemic

Soccer and Girl Scouts have been a big part of my life, so when Covid limited previous ways of participating in both for most of 2020, I started to think about new ways to stay involved. I turned to e...

 

Putting Covid Deaths Into Perspective: Did Covid Kill More than a War, and is the United States Really Worse than Other Countries in Dealing with the Disease?

At an intimate Zoom gathering I attended recently, a medical doctor, an educated woman who considered herself well-informed, told the group that nothing short of a war could have killed as many...

 
 By Stan Greene    News    January 11, 2021

In a Stunning Move With Historic Implications, Twitter Permanently Suspends @realdonaldtrump

In a stunning move, Twitter Inc has announced the "Permanent suspension of @realDonaldTrump." The President who came to power using Twitter to communicate with his base without going through the main...

 

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