health

The Herd Immunity Paradox

There’s a built-in fallacy to herd immunity that shows the difference between a mathematical model where there’s an assumption of even distribution and the practical

 1,449 total views,  2 views today

Read More »

Over Ain’t Over

Yogi Berra had it right. Those who believe that this global nightmare is over are overwhelmingly the reason why it’s not, nor will it be

 1,350 total views,  3 views today

Read More »

What About the Next One?

A contributor on one of the social media venues I use asked a sobering question: “If Ebola were to break out in the US in

 1,135 total views,  2 views today

Read More »

Proof of vaccine, please!

Damn, I hate being right. And right yet again.  Sure I do. 🙄 Not to rehash my amaaazing prescience but I wrote back in September

 1,144 total views,  2 views today

Read More »

Fully Vaccinated, Now What?

Today was a momentous one in my personal Fasti Antiates Maiores. It’s the day I am, according to the CDC, officially vaccinated against COVID-19 and

 3,740 total views,  2 views today

Read More »

Vaccine Passport

With vaccine harder to find in NYC than a  good hush puppy, New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo spiked the ball by reporting that as many

 3,203 total views,  2 views today

Read More »

The Vaccine Rollout

In mid-December Pfizer’s Coronavirus vaccine began getting shot into the arms of New York City residents. The Moderna vaccine, which was actually developed over a

 1,234 total views

Read More »

Partying Like It Was 1999

It’s a ridiculous battlefield to die on. Mice don’t deliberately provoke cats. Wildebeest don’t play chicken with packs of hungry Serengeti lions. That would be

 600 total views,  2 views today

Read More »

Vamping Politics, Health and WTF

I didn’t know how to write this. I wasn’t even sure if I should because it’s a potential snake pit of cliche, karma, Schadenfreude and

 1,047 total views,  2 views today

Read More »

The Biggest Anticlimax Of All Time

The most overhyped anticlimax of all time might be Geraldo Rivera’s infamously disappointing 1986 Mystery of Al Capone’s Vaults. Thirty million people watched two hours

 1,123 total views,  2 views today

Read More »

Get more stuff like this
in your mailbox

Subscribe to Stoop Hang and updates sent to your mailbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.

Scroll to Top