“You can’t do that,” Ansel shouted. “You nearly took my head off.”
Greer flashed a wry smile across his face. “There is nothing illegal about it. Back up if you can’t take it.”
Ansel did not like being a target every time that Greer had a chance to make a winning shot. In his mind, it wasn’t good sportsmanship. He vowed revenge if Greer did not stop attacking him unnecessarily.
At the break for the court change, Greer grabbed his copy of The Rules of Tennis and thumbed quickly through the text. …
Yesterday was a milestone in our efforts to return to pre-pandemic life. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the first step in easing mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people allowing them to stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds, and in most indoor settings.
In certain crowded settings like buses, planes, hospitals, prisons, and homeless shelters, the mask requirement will remain in place. As we go forward and the impact of the virus subsides, I expect to see an additional easing of mask requirements.
I was able to fly this past week, just days before the change, and everyone…
Imagine if you will, that you are fighting a war. The enemy has amassed its army at the border and is threatening to attack. Your commander issues an order to ignore the massing threat. “We have the mightiest army in the world, they would not dare attack.”
But attack they did, and the casualties were high. In the field, the armies were waiting for a strategy, a command from the leadership on how to proceed.
Once again, Central Command stood fast. Maintain the status quo was the directive. The enemy is weak, they have no power. “Let the field commanders…