Just when we were getting used to the restrictions of life under the COVID-19 Pandemic, along comes a new tragedy - the police killing of George Floyd, as well as additional senseless killings of other African Americans, which have resulted in Riots, Protests, Civil Unrest and Lockdowns.
Now that we're in the second month of the worldwide Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have seen daily reminders on the local and international news on how everyone's lives have drastically changed. Now that the USA is the unfortunate world leader in cases, a question going through everyone's mind is, Is The U.S Food Supply Safe, and Plentiful?
We have always encouraged our readers to have essential safety items in your car trunk (that's whywe sell these great productstoo!). And, it turns out that we're not the only one - Road & Track just publishedthis article
showing their preferred safety items for your car. I'll bet your great grandpa had a can of water and food in his Model A Ford, so let him know that you learned from his example and stock up.
The Superbugs Are Here! Well, we’ve had our recent bouts with Ebola, the Measles, and now this new “Superbug” which has apparently caused 2 deaths in the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. The LA Times has indicated that up to 180 patients have been infected. The hospital has had to undergo an extensive decontamination […]
If there's one current figurehead of modern technology, I think we could agree that it would be Elon Musk. He has amazed us with his insight, fearlessness and commitment, and his Tesla automobiles turn heads in amazement wherever they go.
I'm sure you have all seen the depressing news of the recent fires and mudslides in California - which left numerous deaths and destruction of homes in the idyllic town of Montecito, just south of Santa Barbara.