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“Here we go again!” from For the weekend…from Douglas E. Welch – Issue 5: January 7, 2022

For the weekend…from Douglas E. Welch Issue 5: January 7, 2022 Subscribe to For The Weekend… Here we go again! Everything old is new again! Like hamsters on a wheel, dogs chasing their tail, or a universe-sized Mobius strip*, life … Continue reading

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For the weekend…from Douglas E. Welch – Issue 4: December 31, 2021

For the weekend…from Douglas E. Welch Issue 4: December 31, 2021 Subscribe to For The Weekend… Acceptance vs. Arrogance There is a constant theme to this pandemic — get back to normal. While this is indeed a great future goal, when … Continue reading

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FREE Audiobooks for kids (and adults) from Audible

No need to download or log in or anything. Click the book and start listening immediately! Maybe it’s time you finally read/listened to one of those classics, like Frankenstein, that you have always been meaning to read. — Douglas   … Continue reading

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Maps: Where LA And OC Families In Need Can Get Food While Schools Are Closed via LAist

Schools around Los Angeles and Orange counties have closed in an effort to prevent further spread of coronavirus. As LAUSD officials pointed out, that wasn’t an easy decision, because many families depend on schools for meals, child care, and services for students … Continue reading

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You Can Suspend Your Federal Student Loan Payments for Two Months via Lifehacker

Our loans are through Navient. While they have a COVID-19 notice about the internet rates being set to 0%, under their forbearance section I am not yet seeing a COVID-19 forbearance choice, so it looks like lenders are still catching … Continue reading

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My Call for Cal Poly Pomona to Move to Online Instruction – Letter to CPP President, Soraya Coley

I just sent this letter to Cal Poly Pomona President Soraya Coley and would encourage you to send something similar to whatever CSU you may be affiliated with as a parent, spouse, faculty or staff member. — Douglas President Coley, As … Continue reading

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