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Dr. Scott Marshall
Posted by: Scott Marshall
Friday, January 21, 2022 - 03:08PM

Why do we believe what we do?  Because we are forced?  Because we are deeply convinced?  Because it is just what we have always done? 

What happens when history doesn’t fit our expectations; when we find out that what we thought was true maybe isn’t exactly what we thought? 

Brien McHugh
Posted by: Brien McHugh
Friday, January 7, 2022 - 11:02AM

Just about a year ago, rather than vent about the January 6, 2021 riot at the Capitol, I chose to write about the virtual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and all the new electronic crap that would change our lives.

Brien McHugh
Posted by: Brien McHugh
Tuesday, December 7, 2021 - 01:24PM

Experts recommend keeping your daily rituals, even if you are working from home.How do we rationalize the “Work From Home” phenomenon? The easy answer is that covid showed us that just about any job could be done from the safety, comfort and sweat pants of home. Except, of course, the essential businesses like grocery stores, landscapers, liquor stores and gun ranges.

Dr. Terre Layng Rosner
Posted by: Terre Rosner
Thursday, November 18, 2021 - 11:53AM
David Pakman TikTok video

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Thought Experiment:

A man stood for an entire flight from Anchorage Alaska to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Why did the man do this? Because his seat mate was extremely obese, took up both arm rests and half the seat next to him.

What is the “best” thing to do in this case?

Brien McHugh
Posted by: Brien McHugh
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 - 03:54PM

An intriguing recent trend in online publishing is based on an old stand-by in the print business: newsletters. These new online newsletters are published for exactly the same reason as the old newsletters….because there’s just too much information out there and we need somebody to curate the information, squeeze it into a digestible format and send it to me where I live.

Anthony Musiala
Posted by: Anthony Musiala
Thursday, October 28, 2021 - 04:30PM

Last Saturday, the staff of WCSF held our annual fundraiser: the popular Mega Music Rummage Sale. This was the station's first sale since the COVID-19 lockdowns since we could not host the event in 2020.  The shoppers were so eager to purchase our donated media and music-related items that the station realized a record amount of money from our fundraiser. Arrivederci Larry!

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