I enjoyed reading the interview with former Pali Hi student TJ Michel. I worked with him as a volunteer tutor at Pali a few years ago, found him to be a smart, serious, and friendly guy. I wish him all the best in college football and beyond as a pilot.
As a result of COVID, there are more people that are exercising or taking walks and unfortunately these people are not on the sidewalk, they’re on the road where there are cars. It’s becoming increasingly more difficult to drive through the streets as a lot of times the walkers have their AirPods and iPods and they can’t hear you. Second of all, if you have an electric car like I do, a lot of times the people don’t hear you and even after following them patiently for a while.
Thanks to all the Palisades restaurants and workers for their continued curbside service during COVID-19.
I would like to respond to the Two Cents Worth comment in the April 23 Palisadian-Post: One World asked where was Mrs. Trump during the One World Together at Home Show on television and why wasn’t she included along with Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Obama. Her husband Pres. Trump defunded the World Health Organization. The whole purpose of the show was to celebrate healthcare workers and the World Health Organization. So that is why she was not included.
Gotta love the Palisades’ Monday morning quarterbacks! If you missed that part of Bill Maher’s show, go to YouTube and watch Rep. Dan Crenshaw (no Trump defender) make another great second-guesser look like the proverbial deer in the headlights. There’s plenty of blame to go around including a House majority in a post-impeachment stupor and more concerned about flavored tobacco, governors who were just as slow to act, and states with virtually no financial capability to cope even at the outset thanks to their outstanding fiscal management (any of latter two we might know?).
Please remember to social distance. We know you want to see your friends – we are just wanting you to stay safe.
I hope that although these are troubling times that everyone is making the best of it, given the circumstances, and taking care of themselves and their loved ones. Never take a single moment for granted.
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