Sunday, September 20, 2020

THE NOMINAL, 9/17/2020 FAMILY HERITAGE, 9/18/2020 ‘POLYTICKS’

The Nominal

First, we (me, myself, and I) start with the nominal. Monday, 9/14/2020, after my work-a-day at home and Mrs. Appalachian Irishman’s teach-a-day-at-school, we had our usual, every-four-week chiropractic adjustments. I, especially, needed mine – after my 9/13/2020 latest “whatever” (i.e., new left shoulder ricochet into my right shoulder and down both sides of my back). Chiropractic adjustments are usually pain free. I felt the left shoulder area pain enough at the adjustment.

Tomorrow, I work at home (i.e., home Monday, Tuesday, Friday but office Wednesday and Thursday, in the insane schedule). I plan to work 8 AM to 10:30 AM only. My dentist will “corona” (i.e., crown) the upper left tooth (the one just before my wisdom tooth) that I chipped, on Monday 8/10/20, while eating lunch at home. I had bitten into a peach seed, certainly not on purpose.

Afterward, I hope that our fine chiropractor will be able to see me that afternoon. My current “whatever” is significant. My back muscle core on both sides and the muscle group across the back of my neck are stiff. I hope that this is another go backward to go forward. I have done the backward to go forward enough. “Oh Lord, won’t you buy me a Mercedes Benz?” No, scratch that! Dear Lord, won’t you balance out all my muscles? The trauma recovery on my muscles is taking too long. I’m tired of it.

9/17/2020 Family Heritage

 

My Dad, Earl Ferrell (middle name not mentioned, as he didn’t like it, for the known family heritage reason) was the final (and eighth) child of Marion and Gertrude Archer Ferrell, my grandparents. He was born on 9/17/1927.

Dad was a fine Christian man -- despite his Irish temper flaws (which I have too). I got to know Dad well, once I became a man. I understood his Irish temper flaws as well as I do my own. He went Home, to see Mom and many others, on 1/25/2008.

9/17/2020, Thursday, was a work-at-office day for me. I remembered.

Search “Dad” on my website. You will find several articles about Dad. One of my best articles about Dad is here. Dad, thank you for being a fine father. The Winesap trees that you planted are still producing Winesap apples. I know that you planted them, even with your ticker trouble, for me, years ago. Ferrell men don’t drop the “love” word often. We prefer to show it by our actions. I love you, Dad. I’ll see you again.

9/18/2020 “Polyticks”

“Poly” from Greek means many. Tick is a blood sucker. I hope that you like my word, Polyticks. I like it.

Well, Ruth Ginsburg died on 9/18/2020, on Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew: רֹאשׁ הַשָּׁנָה‎), New Year, on the Hebrew calendar, that began at sundown.

I have read and heard, on the various media sources, about her life. Ruth Ginsburg endured her share of hardship in life – to say the least. Read what you can find. It is interesting. I do not diminish her life story. I admire the toughness of her strong willed spirit. I have the same type of spirit – but from predominately Irish roots.

I hope that Ruth Ginsburg accepted the Good Lord’s free gift offer of salvation through his Son. I don’t know. If she did, I will see her. If she didn’t, I will not.

Ruth Ginsburg was the second, at the time, female Supreme Court Justice (my politically correct moment in writing). Still in my politically correct writing moment, Sandra Day O’Conner was the first. Two more, who are on the Court now, came later. Okay, my politically correct writing moment is done.

Gender (i.e., two only) does not matter. What matters, for Supreme Court Justices, is how they interpret the Constitution. They are either traditional (i.e., the plain meaning of the Constitution as written means what it does) or “living” (i.e., the Constitution means what folks say it means now).

As a theological sidetrack, biblical interpretation is the same. Theologians, such as I, interpret the Bible as it was inspired and written. Other theologians interpret a “living Bible” – whatever the heck they mean by that! The “living Word” theologians are wrong. I can prove it.

The “living Constitution” folks are wrong also. I can prove it. It is easy enough to do – if you share my logical mind that is educated on valid reasoning. If you don’t have a logical mind, then I don’t argue with a fence post. Do the best you can to be educated in valid reasoning.

Ruth Ginsburg was on the Supreme Court, by Bill Clinton’s 6/15/1993 nomination, from 8/10/1993 to the day she died. (That’s 27 years.) I found a few articles that seem credible enough that listed her notable Supreme Court decisions. Neither of the two websites that I link is conservative. Newsweek was there. MSN was there.

My comments on her “notable” decisions are as follows.

Stenberg v. Carhart: Ruth Ginsburg was WRONG, in her opinion. Life in the womb is life. The male or female unborn child is a human, developing in the early stages of life. Murder (inside or outside the womb, unless to save the physical life, in reality, of the mother) is murder. She was WRONG.

Gonzalez v. Carhart: the Supreme Court upheld, as it should have, based on God’s highest court, the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003. Ruth Ginsburg dissented. She, again, was WRONG.

United States v. Virginia: Ruth Ginsburg was RIGHT – IF a woman serving in the military can DO the EXACT SAME physical tasks as a man. I know women who can do MORE physical tasks than men. Good! Women who serve in the military, who can do the same physically as men, are great. Women in the military who cannot do so are a liability in combat.

Safford Unified School District v. Redding: Ruth Ginsburg was RIGHT. Y’all can’t strip search a 13-year-old girl, regardless of the reason, anywhere, especially in school. Whoever did the strip search needs to have found the Good Lord.

Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company: I wonder why this case rose to the Supreme Court. Reading the details wasted my time. Ruth Ginsburg may have been right or not. I don’t know. I don’t care. It was a case over pay details. Yawn!

Quote from the MSN link: “in 2013, she was the first justice to officiate at a same-sex marriage, and two years later was part of the 5-4 majority that legalized gay marriage nationwide” Ruth Ginsburg was WRONG. The so-called “Supreme Court” was WRONG. God, in His SUPREME COURT, has dictated that marriage is one man and one woman (aside from allowing men to have multiple wives for a while). His Son verified this. (Find the scripture references for yourself.) There is NO “gay” (aka homosexual) marriage. It is NOT God’s law. God’s LAW trumps man’s law, every time.

Conclusion

Well, I had a bit of intellectual fun on my polytick comments. Otherwise, I still have the everlasting perspective. Ain’t I dead and gone home yet, Lord? Oh, well. I will be. I will, therefore, continue to ENDURE this little blink of an eye, speck of dust world.

When’s supper ready, dear? I’m hungry! Oh, to our doggie, Molly, I’m sorry that I didn’t take you hiking today. My recent “whatevers” kept me from doing so. Oh, I could have hiked, but I might not have been balanced enough walking those tight spots, where a person could take a bad fall, today. My wisdom dictated to wait. I wait, impatiently. I NEED to get into the woods soon!

Saturday, September 19, 2020

HAIRCUTS IN TENNESSEE, 9/19/2020, SATURDAY, ETC.

9/19/2020, Saturday, before supper, quick update:

Well, howdy, y’all! I hope y’all are turnin’ right and goin’ straight out there!

I endured another work week – working at home 9/14 – 15/20 but at office 9/16 -18/20, based on some insanity that spawns from the Ivory Tower, Nashvegas, idiots who need to be educated. My significant “whatevers” in my left shoulder, etc., didn’t prevent me from working for a living.

Mrs. Appalachian Irishman had a haircut, from 9 AM to 10:48 AM. She spent $158, on debit card, for her haircut, including a 30% tip. I had a haircut, from 11 AM to about 11:10 AM. I spent $20, in cash, plus $20 in COVID-19 extra tip, for my haircut, from my fine barber. I have been giving him the extra $20 tip, since the new crown virus started, since he has to set appointments, not walk-in appointments, as barbers used to do, when we were a free people in a free nation.

I am the eldest of four brothers. My next to eldest brother called my cell phone at 3 PM on the dot. We talked to 4:28 PM. His family and he are, apparently, doing well enough. He and I both have the everlasting perspective on life. Are you returning soon, Lord?

Y’all might see another post tomorrow that has other points of conversation. Until then, when’s supper ready, dear? I’m hungry!


Sunday, September 13, 2020

9/11/2001 IN CONTEXT of 9/11/2020 ON 9/13/2020

9/11/2001

It was a Tuesday. I was a second shift computer operator and help desk agent. Mrs. Appalachian Irishman was, and still is, a teacher (but add vice principal now). We had returned from our five years of mission work in Russia, on 9/30/1999. Mom had become ill on 12/28/1999. She had gone “to see Jesus,” on 12/27/2000.

My wife was already at work. I was still in bed, in our still temporary apartment, above the (used to be) Knox Center Mall. I was awake but not yet out of bed. Dad called me. Dad’s call is how I found out about what had happened minutes before. The day unfolded. I went to work, as usual. No one felt like working. We worked. We also focused on the news. We talked to each other. We vented. We prayed. We cursed. We promised justice. I am either glad or not glad that Mom had already gone Home, on 12/27/2000. At least she wasn’t here to know that details.

That was 9/11/2001. Charlie Daniels, who went Home earlier this year 2020, and his band, encapsulated the sprit of this nation, by the song "In America." (Y’all enjoy the music.) In 2003, I went to “work” by doing most of the inside trim (i.e., sanding, calking, painting, etc.) for our current home, daily, from about 9 AM to about 2 PM. My portable radio played “In America” often back then. The song increased my strength, as I worked on our home. (We paid no one to do the inside trim. We paid ourselves. We did it. I did most of it.) I then went to my 3:30 PM to 11:30 PM second shift job. We, as a nation, stood tall. We had one of our finer moments as a nation. There was no division. We were one nation. We stood together. We had complete determination to see justice served.

 9/11/2020

Nineteen years later, justice has been served mostly. Why are we still in Afghanistan? Why are we still bothering with Iraq? This once great nation, with allies, beat the World War II enemies (who are friends now) in less than four years! Doesn’t any leadership in this once great nation know how to declare a proper war and win a proper war relatively quickly? Obviously, it does not.

9/11/2020, Friday, was a work-a-day-at-home for me. Mrs. Appalachian Irishman had a work-a-day-at-school. The TV and radio had some good tributes to 9/11/2001. We remembered. I assume that most folks, who were old enough to remember, did.

On 9/11/20, I’m still wondered why my employer can’t get its head out of its rear end long enough to set me (and many others) to work from home fulltime. My employer promised this would be the case, effective 9/1/20. I knew the incompetent lie would unfold. Now, my employer speculates to set me (and many others) to work from home, 10/1/20 effective. It had better happen; otherwise, I will retire from my employment, to find a better job that allows me to work from home. (My “bionic” joints are tired of doing the same job at home or at office, based on an ever-evolving schedule.)

On 9/11/2020, I remembered every detail of 9/11/2001. I recalled the primary details of life, from 9/11/2001 to 9/11/2020. One recollection: Dad joined Mom at Home, in 2008. My articles over the years have more details.

Well, life goes on, such as it is.

9/13/20, Sunday

I am writing this article for publication on my website today. My calendar tells me that today is grandparents’ day. That’s a new one. How long has this one been around? Well, my grandparents, Marion and Gertrude Ferrell and Aby and Lula Wood, were wonderful grandparents. They are Home. I will see them again.

I am wondering why I woke up with a sore right shoulder. My left shoulder has the surgically installed metal. My right knee and right foot have the surgically installed metal. Why does my right shoulder hurt?

I speculate that I am going a little backward, to go forward again. I’ve done it many times, since 3/29/2016. In the last week or so, I have been taking steps without noticing much difference. My right footstep feels almost like my left footstep. Of course, my right foot has “talked to me” (i.e., sent me pain notices), from my big toe, through my arch, and into the left side of my heel. The “conversation” has ricocheted into my right calf, right shin, right knee, etc.

At least tomorrow, 9/14/20, Mrs. Appalachian Irishman and I have our usual, approximately every-four-week, chiropractic appointment. I think I can endure a work-at-home day tomorrow. Our chiropractor should enjoy my most recent statement (as mentioned previously) about my current “whatevers” (as I call them). I will get my first hike of this season soon – but not today.

By the way, I work at home 9/14-15/20 then at office 9/16-18/20. Why? My job will see me retire, effective 10/1/20, if my employer can’t get its head out of its rear end! I apologize for the crude way of stating that. Crudeness, unfortunately, has become the “new norm,” apparently. Dad, whose birthday anniversary will by 9/17/20, would understand!

Well, I’ll “see” y’all again. Remember, if you comment, comments come to me by e-mail first, to review then post. There is no instant gratification here, but here is better than “Farcebook!” My readership count indicates that I am catching up to “Farcebook!” I will overtake them in time!

Okay, that’s a bit of Irish bragging! Still, I’m glad that you are reading! May the Good Lord bless! I’m off to see if I can’t continue to un-kink my right shoulder. Writing this article helped. Thank y’all for reading!


Monday, September 07, 2020

LABOR DAY, 9/7/2020, MONDAY

 The Mundane

Labor Day, 9/7/2020, Monday, involved minor labor at our house. Mrs. Appalachian Irishman and I used the shop vacuum, broom, and mop to clean our Molly doggie’s lower level condominium (i.e., basement) where she sleeps at night and takes it easy at times during the day.

Next, we took paint and brushes in hand, to touch up paint (basically re-paint) one rocking chair on our front porch. We have another rocking chair and the glider swing to do as well.

Finally, I used push broom and broom to clean out the garage (i.e., the barn). During the work, I sent a few spiders to meet their Maker.

On 3/26/2016, Saturday, I hiked House Mountain #136, with two friends. Then, I mowed our acre yard. That was my first and, unknown to me at the time, only yard mowing that year. It is still my last yard mowing, since I’ve been hiring the yard mowed. On 3/26/2016, I had worn my usual yard mowing short pants and an old T-shirt. Of course, my life changed, on Tuesday, 3/29/2016, at least for a few more years. I have the 25 pieces of surgically implanted metal as proof.

 

Today, 9/7/2020, Labor Day Monday, I wore my yard mowing shorts for the first time. I had on an old T-shirt also. I hope that you enjoy the above photo that I have posted, as a tribute to my stubborn, strong Irish will!

My youngest brother and his family had more fun than we did. They hiked Panther Creek State Park today. I had called him, while they were in the woods. A few days ago, I had thought about organizing the same hike today, but work-around-the-house took practical priority.

Don’t y’all be concerned! I will have an article soon, about my future and next hike – for my first hike of my fall, winter, spring hiking season!

 The Everlasting

Wayne Anderson, the husband of my first cousin, Peggy Anderson, went Home, on 9/5/2020, Saturday. I had to find out via “Farcebook.” Hey, cousins! Y’all call me on important events like this! Y’all have, should have, or can find our landline phone number.

Wayne Anderson was a fine man of God. Also, he was Sheriff of Sullivan County Tennessee for 20 years. I remember that Dad talked very highly of him.

The visitation time and date on 9/8/2020 and the graveside the next day are work days for me, unfortunately. I could take work leave, to drive to Kingsport, but practicality dictates otherwise. Instead, on the funeral home website, I wrote the following: “Cousin Peggy, I regret to learn that your fine, godly husband, Wayne Anderson, left this world. I am glad, however, in the everlasting mindset, that he is HOME! We will join him at HOME in time. Then, I will shake his hand and salute him, for his service, as a godly man and Christian, to his Lord, his family, and his country. Your parents, my aunt and uncle, are having a wonderful time, talking with your husband now, as I type this. I regret that the miles between us exist. One of these days, as I hope, a Ferrell reunion can bring all the extended family of Marion and Gertrude Ferrell together. Until then, I love you, my dear cousin!”

Wayne Anderson had 11 years on me. He went home at age 71. Regardless of at what age or in what manner we leave this world, we had better be ready. Are you ready? Wayne Anderson was. I hope that you are. If you are not ready, please send me an e-mail, which you can find on my website profile. Let’s talk!


Sunday, September 06, 2020

9/6/20, SUNDAY, SUMMARY

Hum. My canvas became blank again. I’ll fill it! We will move from the mundane to the everlasting. (I like this new way of writing!)

The Mundane

Since my last, 8/23/20, article, the “cows came home.” I worked at home on 8/24/20 thru 8/26/20. I did the same work at office, but driving 14.6 miles one-way, on 8/27 and 8/28. On 8/31/20, Monday, I THOUGHT that I’d worked my LAST day at the office, until the “cows come home.”

Well, it started out well enough. On 9/1/20 (the first day of fall), I had to go to the Knox County office, a while, to get a new work computer, to replace the relatively new work computer that was still fine. On 9/3/20, by e-mail, I was told that, effective 9/9/20, Wednesday, I will be working at home Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, but I will work at office on Wednesdays. Hum. I STILL do not have a proper explanation as to why, due to a bad management style (i.e., I feel treated as a peon, but I’m not a peon). I SPECULATE that the “Ivory Tower” bureaucrats in Nashvegas could not get their ducks in a row, on 9/1/20. I SPECULATE that, by 10/1/20, the “Ivory Tower” bureaucrats might have their ducks in a row, so that I start working at home fulltime, effective 10/1/20.

If my employer tries to force me to work more than the next four Wednesdays in September, at the office, then I WILL retire from my employer, use my leave time, and FIND ANOTHER job, to WORK AT HOME fulltime. I grow tired of my employer’s bureaucratic incompetence.

On Friday, 9/28/20, Mrs. Appalachian Irishman had an experience of dual “joy.” First, her cell phone had the “white screen of death” again. After a few days of various efforts, her cell phone is okay again – for now. Second, her/our ’08 Honda Civic stopped being able to cool the cabin. The A/C was not working very well. On 9/2/20, Wednesday, the car was in the “hospital.” On 9/3/20, the car was well again. On 9/4/20, Friday, the car was back in “the barn” (i.e., garage) again.

In my 8/18/20, Tuesday, article, I bragged on New Look Home Improvements LLC. I need to revise that glowing review. We paid for and still need to have finished three minor details that the company owner promised, on 8/18/20, to have done quickly. The southeast basement door exterior wood base (which has rot on both sides) needs to be repaired. A small area on the driveway, near the mailbox, needs pressure washing. Both basement door landings need to be pressure washed again.

On 9/1/20, I left the owner a voice mail on his work phone. He has not replied as of this article date. On 9/3/20, I sent him a follow up e-mail. He has not replied.

I will, therefore, either do the work myself or find someone else to do it. Either way, I WILL send New Look Home Improvements LLC a bill for the work. The owner has been paid. The minor details are not done yet. He has not replied to my attempts to reach him.

We do have a very fine and new deck. I do not, however, recommend New Look Home Improvements LLC, since the company does not follow up on the minor details of a job that has been paid in full.

The Everlasting

On 8/26/1931, Aby William Wood and Lula Frank Amos, my maternal grandparents, were wed, in Bean Station, Tennessee. They were fine and godly grandparents to me.

On 9/3/1959, Earl Ferrell and Betty Lou Wood, my parents, were wed, in Morristown, Tennessee, at Calvary Baptist Church.

On 9/4/1901, Aby William Wood was born, in Indiana. Do you not think that Papaw Wood had a fine time, in 1959? At age 57 -- turning age 58 the next day, after celebrating his wife and his 28th wedding anniversary – he handed his daughter to my Dad in marriage!

Yes, I remember Papaw Wood talking about the details.

I’ll see you (Granny and Papaw Wood and Mom and Dad) again at Home. Until then, I remember.

By the way, Dad married Mom fourteen days before he attained the age of 32. I’m sure that, a bit after Dad’s birthday anniversary (born 9/17/1927), I will have a comment.

Well, y’all don’t labor too much on Labor Day, tomorrow. I’ll take it easy, or hike, which is taking it easy for me!


CORONA MYOPIA SIDETRACK AGAIN – SORRY!

 Howdy, y’all! The Corona Myopia obsession may never go away. I am not a prophet or the son of a prophet, but, as a forewarning, on this date, I predict that the “powers that be” will morph the current Corona Myopia into the next virus “pandemic.” That will be the upcoming influenza season. The “powers that be” will continue the cycle into farther out in time “pandemics,” which they will create if they need to – to make the obsession ongoing. The not very hidden agenda is obvious, to anyone who has the common sense to see it. What is their hidden agenda? They want to, and probably will, “transform” that once great nation into a socialist sewer system, banana republic, and second (if not third) world country. Of course, they are adding “race conflict” into the mix, to stir the pot faster. Have you started learning Mandarin yet? "是的,我有/已做了" (shì de, wǒ yǒu/yǐzuò le).

I know myself very well. A few weeks have passed since my last Corona Myopia sidetrack. Since my “bionic” joints needed some rest, I decided not to hike – just yet – to do my usual research and calculations on this new cold virus, which is still the rage in the media, as if it were the latest, greatest, new celebrity in town. (By the way, on “race conflict,” I will NOT take a secondary sidetrack on that topic. “Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight.” There is NO white privilege or “systemic racism.” There IS the OPPORTUNITY to advance in life, for any skin color or original nation of origin – for ANYONE in this country legally or by birth. It HAS BEEN that way for about 60 years or more now.)

The following is from my rough draft work. The numbers, and my calculations, are all verified, as of the date and approximate time of the entry. I will not place my work into a more readable format, with apology. I am only trying to educate folks in general and certain family members specifically. A word to the wise is sufficient. Let’s see if they are wise.

For the wise, I’m sorry for wasting your time. Please skip this article. You and I have researched the same facts and come to the same conclusions. For the unwise, PLEASE educate yourself. I’m TRYING to help you!

LET’S START WITH TENNESSEE & KNOX CO.

 TENNESSEE

 https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/885e479b688b4750837ba1d291b85aed

9/5/20:            1,862 2020 TN COVID-19 deaths.

 https://www.indexmundi.com/clocks/indicator/deaths/united-states

          9/6/20, 10:25A[1]:

  46,439 2020 TN TOTAL deaths

 https://www.indexmundi.com/coronavirus/

9/6/20, 8:35A:

188,538 2020 USA COVID-19 deaths.

    1,862 2020 TN COVID-19 deaths (both sites same).

 2020 TN 1,862 COVID-19 deaths / 46,439 TOTAL deaths = 4.00956%.

 https://www.indexmundi.com/coronavirus/country/us/state/tennessee

          9/6/20, 8:35A:

2020 (3/5/20 – 9/5/20; 185 days) TN COVID-19 deaths daily.

Range from –2 (4/24/20; negative 2) to 61 (8/21/20).

1,862 total / 185 days = average 10.06 deaths per day.

2020 TN COVID-19 Deaths by Date 3/5/20 – 9/5/20

Date Reported

Total Deaths

New Deaths

Sat., Sept. 5, 2020

1,862

25

Fri., Sept. 4, 2020

1,837

22

Thu., Sept. 3, 2020

1,815

18

Wed., Sept. 2, 2020

1,797

16

Tue., Sept. 1, 2020

1,781

27

Mon., Aug. 31, 2020

1,754

7

Sun., Aug. 30, 2020

1,747

22

Sat., Aug. 29, 2020

1,725

24

Fri., Aug. 28, 2020

1,701

28

Thu., Aug. 27, 2020

1,673

25

Wed., Aug. 26, 2020

1,648

20

Tue., Aug. 25, 2020

1,628

40

Mon., Aug. 24, 2020

1,588

21

Sun., Aug. 23, 2020

1,567

4

Sat., Aug. 22, 2020

1,563

14

Fri., Aug. 21, 2020

1,549

61

Thu., Aug. 20, 2020

1,488

36

Wed., Aug. 19, 2020

1,452

28

Tue., Aug. 18, 2020

1,424

37

Mon., Aug. 17, 2020

1,387

21

Sun., Aug. 16, 2020

1,366

21

Sat., Aug. 15, 2020

1,345

19

Fri., Aug. 14, 2020

1,326

13

Thu., Aug. 13, 2020

1,313

24

Wed., Aug. 12, 2020

1,289

18

Tue., Aug. 11, 2020

1,271

38

Mon., Aug. 10, 2020

1,233

10

Sun., Aug. 9, 2020

1,223

8

Sat., Aug. 8, 2020

1,215

9

Fri., Aug. 7, 2020

1,206

20

Thu., Aug. 6, 2020

1,186

42

Wed., Aug. 5, 2020

1,144

27

Tue., Aug. 4, 2020

1,117

25

Mon., Aug. 3, 2020

1,092

19

Sun., Aug. 2, 2020

1,073

6

Sat., Aug. 1, 2020

1,067

7

Fri., July 31, 2020

1,060

27

Thu., July 30, 2020

1,033

13

Wed., July 29, 2020

1,020

21

Tue., July 28, 2020

999

21

Mon., July 27, 2020

978

11

Sun., July 26, 2020

967

3

Sat., July 25, 2020

964

26

Fri., July 24, 2020

938

13

Thu., July 23, 2020

925

37

Wed., July 22, 2020

888

17

Tue., July 21, 2020

871

24

Mon., July 20, 2020

847

4

Sun., July 19, 2020

843

5

Sat., July 18, 2020

838

23

Fri., July 17, 2020

815

19

Thu., July 16, 2020

796

13

Wed., July 15, 2020

783

16

Tue., July 14, 2020

767

18

Mon., July 13, 2020

749

8

Sun., July 12, 2020

741

3

Sat., July 11, 2020

738

15

Fri., July 10, 2020

723

13

Thu., July 9, 2020

710

25

Wed., July 8, 2020

685

20

Tue., July 7, 2020

665

13

Mon., July 6, 2020

652

7

Sun., July 5, 2020

645

8

Sat., July 4, 2020

637

4

Fri., July 3, 2020

633

13

Thu., July 2, 2020

620

11

Wed., July 1, 2020

609

5

Tue., June 30, 2020

604

12

Mon., June 29, 2020

592

8

Sun., June 28, 2020

584

0

Sat., June 27, 2020

584

7

Fri., June 26, 2020

577

10

Thu., June 25, 2020

567

11

Wed., June 24, 2020

556

14

Tue., June 23, 2020

542

11

Mon., June 22, 2020

531

5

Sun., June 21, 2020

526

2

Sat., June 20, 2020

524

9

Fri., June 19, 2020

515

7

Thu., June 18, 2020

508

10

Wed., June 17, 2020

498

5

Tue., June 16, 2020

493

11

Mon., June 15, 2020

482

8

Sun., June 14, 2020

474

2

Sat., June 13, 2020

472

6

Fri., June 12, 2020

466

25

Thu., June 11, 2020

441

4

Wed., June 10, 2020

437

2

Tue., June 9, 2020

435

14

Mon., June 8, 2020

421

3

Sun., June 7, 2020

418

1

Sat., June 6, 2020

417

9

Fri., June 5, 2020

408

7

Thu., June 4, 2020

401

13

Wed., June 3, 2020

388

7

Tue., June 2, 2020

381

17

Mon., June 1, 2020

364

0

Sun., May 31, 2020

364

0

Sat., May 30, 2020

364

3

Fri., May 29, 2020

361

5

Thu., May 28, 2020

356

3

Wed., May 27, 2020

353

10

Tue., May 26, 2020

343

5

Mon., May 25, 2020

338

2

Sun., May 24, 2020

336

7

Sat., May 23, 2020

329

14

Fri., May 22, 2020

315

2

Thu., May 21, 2020

313

8

Wed., May 20, 2020

305

0

Tue., May 19, 2020

305

4

Mon., May 18, 2020

301

3

Sun., May 17, 2020

297

3

Sat., May 16, 2020

294

5

Fri., May 15, 2020

289

3

Thu., May 14, 2020

286

13

Wed., May 13, 2020

273

7

Tue., May 12, 2020

266

15

Mon., May 11, 2020

251

8

Sun., May 10, 2020

243

1

Sat., May 9, 2020

242

0

Fri., May 8, 2020

242

4

Thu., May 7, 2020

238

-1

Wed., May 6, 2020

239

13

Tue., May 5, 2020

226

7

Mon., May 4, 2020

219

9

Sun., May 3, 2020

210

1

Sat., May 2, 2020

209

5

Fri., May 1, 2020

204

5

Thu., April 30, 2020

199

4

Wed., April 29, 2020

195

7

Tue., April 28, 2020

188

4

Mon., April 27, 2020

184

3

Sun., April 26, 2020

181

4

Sat., April 25, 2020

177

8

Fri., April 24, 2020

169

-2

Thu., April 23, 2020

171

14

Wed., April 22, 2020

157

0

Tue., April 21, 2020

157

5

Mon., April 20, 2020

152

4

Sun., April 19, 2020

148

6

Sat., April 18, 2020

142

1

Fri., April 17, 2020

141

5

Thu., April 16, 2020

136

12

Wed., April 15, 2020

124

0

Tue., April 14, 2020

124

15

Mon., April 13, 2020

109

3

Sun., April 12, 2020

106

0

Sat., April 11, 2020

106

8

Fri., April 10, 2020

98

4

Thu., April 9, 2020

94

14

Wed., April 8, 2020

80

8

Tue., April 7, 2020

72

7

Mon., April 6, 2020

65

12

Sun., April 5, 2020

53

3

Sat., April 4, 2020

50

9

Fri., April 3, 2020

41

5

Thu., April 2, 2020

36

12

Wed., April 1, 2020

24

1

Tue., March 31, 2020

23

9

Mon., March 30, 2020

14

6

Sun., March 29, 2020

8

1

Sat., March 28, 2020

7

1

Fri., March 27, 2020

6

3

Thu., March 26, 2020

3

0

Wed., March 25, 2020

3

1

Tue., March 24, 2020

2

0

Mon., March 23, 2020

2

0

Sun., March 22, 2020

2

1

Sat., March 21, 2020

1

0

Fri., March 20, 2020

1

1

Thu., March 19, 2020

0

0

Wed., March 18, 2020

0

0

Tue., March 17, 2020

0

0

Mon., March 16, 2020

0

0

Sun., March 15, 2020

0

0

Sat., March 14, 2020

0

0

Fri., March 13, 2020

0

0

Thu., March 12, 2020

0

0

Wed., March 11, 2020

0

0

Tue., March 10, 2020

0

0

Mon., March 9, 2020

0

0

Sun., March 8, 2020

0

0

Sat., March 7, 2020

0

0

Fri., March 6, 2020

0

0

Thu., March 5, 2020

0

0

 KNOX COUNTY

 https://www.indexmundi.com/coronavirus/country/us/state/tennessee/county/knox

9/6/20, 8:35A:

3/12/20 – 7/3/20 (113 days): 5 Knox Co. COVID-19 deaths.

                   1 death every 22.6 days.

7/3/20, Fri.: Knox Co. forced mask wearing.

7/4/20 – 9/5/20 (65 days): 59 Knox Co. COVID-19 deaths.

                   1 death approximately every 1.1 days.

                   = PROOF: FORCED MASK WEARING NEGATIVE!

 64 Knox Co. COVID-19 deaths / 178 days = average  2.78 deaths/day.

 NOTE: I CANNOT FIND 2020 KNOX CO. TOTAL DEATHS (BY ANY

CAUSE)! WHY IS 2020 KNOX CO. TOTAL DEATHS HIDDEN?

2020 KNOX CO. COVID-19 Deaths by Date 3/12/20 – 9/5/20

Date Reported

Total Deaths

New Deaths

Sat., Sept. 5, 2020

64

0

Fri., Sept. 4, 2020

64

1

Thu., Sept. 3, 2020

63

2

Wed., Sept. 2, 2020

61

2

Tue., Sept. 1, 2020

59

2

Mon., Aug. 31, 2020

57

0

Sun., Aug. 30, 2020

57

1

Sat., Aug. 29, 2020

56

5

Fri., Aug. 28, 2020

51

0

Thu., Aug. 27, 2020

51

0

Wed., Aug. 26, 2020

51

0

Tue., Aug. 25, 2020

51

2

Mon., Aug. 24, 2020

49

0

Sun., Aug. 23, 2020

49

0

Sat., Aug. 22, 2020

49

0

Fri., Aug. 21, 2020

49

1

Thu., Aug. 20, 2020

48

3

Wed., Aug. 19, 20

45

2

Tue., Aug. 18, 2020

43

0

Mon., Aug. 17, 2020

43

1

Sun., Aug. 16, 2020

42

0

Sat., Aug. 15, 2020

42

1

Fri., Aug. 14, 2020

41

0

Thu., Aug. 13, 2020

41

1

Wed., Aug. 12, 20

40

0

Tue., Aug. 11, 2020

40

0

Mon., Aug. 10, 2020

40

1

Sun., Aug. 9, 2020

39

1

Sat., Aug. 8, 2020

38

1

Fri., Aug. 7, 2020

37

0

Thu., Aug. 6, 2020

37

-1

Wed., Aug. 5, 2020

38

1

Tue., Aug. 4, 2020

37

1

Mon., Aug. 3, 2020

36

2

Sun., Aug. 2, 2020

34

3

Sat., Aug. 1, 2020

31

1

Fri., July 31, 2020

30

2

Thu., July 30, 2020

28

1

Wed., July 29, 2020

27

0

Tue., July 28, 2020

27

1

Mon., July 27, 2020

26

3

Sun., July 26, 2020

23

0

Sat., July 25, 2020

23

2

Fri., July 24, 2020

21

0

Thu., July 23, 2020

21

0

Wed., July 22, 2020

21

3

Tue., July 21, 2020

18

0

Mon., July 20, 2020

18

0

Sun., July 19, 2020

18

0

Sat., July 18, 2020

18

1

Fri., July 17, 2020

17

0

Thu., July 16, 2020

17

2

Wed., July 15, 2020

15

3

Tue., July 14, 2020

12

2

Mon., July 13, 2020

10

1

Sun., July 12, 2020

9

0

Sat., July 11, 2020

9

0

Fri., July 10, 2020

9

0

Thu., July 9, 2020

9

0

Wed., July 8, 2020

9

1

Tue., July 7, 2020

8

0

Mon., July 6, 2020

8

1

Sun., July 5, 2020

7

2

Sat., July 4, 2020

5

0

Fri., July 3, 2020

5

0

Thu., July 2, 2020

5

0

Wed., July 1, 2020

5

0

Tue., June 30, 2020

5

0

Mon., June 29, 2020

5

0

Sun., June 28, 2020

5

0

Sat., June 27, 2020

5

0

Fri., June 26, 2020

5

0

Thu., June 25, 2020

5

0

Wed., June 24, 2020

5

0

Tue., June 23, 2020

5

0

Mon., June 22, 2020

5

0

Sun., June 21, 2020

5

0

Sat., June 20, 2020

5

0

Fri., June 19, 2020

5

0

Thu., June 18, 2020

5

0

Wed., June 17, 2020

5

0

Tue., June 16, 2020

5

0

Mon., June 15, 2020

5

0

Sun., June 14, 2020

5

0

Sat., June 13, 2020

5

0

Fri., June 12, 2020

5

0

Thu., June 11, 2020

5

0

Wed., June 10, 2020

5

0

Tue., June 9, 2020

5

0

Mon., June 8, 2020

5

0

Sun., June 7, 2020

5

0

Sat., June 6, 2020

5

0

Fri., June 5, 2020

5

0

Thu., June 4, 2020

5

0

Wed., June 3, 2020

5

0

Tue., June 2, 2020

5

0

Mon., June 1, 2020

5

0

Sun., May 31, 2020

5

0

Sat., May 30, 2020

5

0

Fri., May 29, 2020

5

0

Thu., May 28, 2020

5

0

Wed., May 27, 2020

5

0

Tue., May 26, 2020

5

0

Mon., May 25, 2020

5

0

Sun., May 24, 2020

5

0

Sat., May 23, 2020

5

0

Fri., May 22, 2020

5

0

Thu., May 21, 2020

5

0

Wed., May 20, 2020

5

0

Tue., May 19, 2020

5

0

Mon., May 18, 2020

5

0

Sun., May 17, 2020

5

0

Sat., May 16, 2020

5

0

Fri., May 15, 2020

5

0

Thu., May 14, 2020

5

0

Wed., May 13, 2020

5

0

Tue., May 12, 2020

5

0

Mon., May 11, 2020

5

0

Sun., May 10, 2020

5

0

Sat., May 9, 2020

5

0

Fri., May 8, 2020

5

0

Thu., May 7, 2020

5

0

Wed., May 6, 2020

5

0

Tue., May 5, 2020

5

0

Mon., May 4, 2020

5

0

Sun., May 3, 2020

5

0

Sat., May 2, 2020

5

0

Fri., May 1, 2020

5

0

Thu., April 30, 2020

5

0

Wed., April 29, 2020

5

0

Tue., April 28, 2020

5

1

Mon., April 27, 2020

4

0

Sun., April 26, 2020

4

0

Sat., April 25, 2020

4

0

Fri., April 24, 2020

4

0

Thu., April 23, 2020

4

0

Wed., April 22, 2020

4

0

Tue., April 21, 2020

4

0

Mon., April 20, 2020

4

0

Sun., April 19, 2020

4

0

Sat., April 18, 2020

4

0

Fri., April 17, 2020

4

0

Thu., April 16, 2020

4

0

Wed., April 15, 2020

4

0

Tue., April 14, 2020

4

0

Mon., April 13, 2020

4

1

Sun., April 12, 2020

3

0

Sat., April 11, 2020

3

0

Fri., April 10, 2020

3

0

Thu., April 9, 2020

3

-1

Wed., April 8, 2020

4

1

Tue., April 7, 2020

3

0

Mon., April 6, 2020

3

2

Sun., April 5, 2020

1

0

Sat., April 4, 2020

1

0

Fri., April 3, 2020

1

0

Thu., April 2, 2020

1

0

Wed., April 1, 2020

1

0

Tue., March 31, 2020

1

0

Mon., March 30, 2020

1

1

Sun., March 29, 2020

0

0

Sat., March 28, 2020

0

0

Fri., March 27, 2020

0

0

Thu., March 26, 2020

0

0

Wed., March 25, 2020

0

0

Tue., March 24, 2020

0

0

Mon., March 23, 2020

0

0

Sun., March 22, 2020

0

0

Sat., March 21, 2020

0

0

Fri., March 20, 2020

0

0

Thu., March 19, 2020

0

0

Wed., March 18, 2020

0

0

Tue., March 17, 2020

0

0

Mon., March 16, 2020

0

0

Sun., March 15, 2020

0

0

Sat., March 14, 2020

0

0

Fri., March 13, 2020

0

0

Thu., March 12, 2020

0

0

 NOW, LET’S SEE ABOUT USA TOTAL DEATHS!

 https://www.indexmundi.com/clocks/indicator/deaths/united-states

          9/6/20, 10:25A:

                   1,958,470 2020 USA deaths NOT by COVID-19.

 + https://www.indexmundi.com/coronavirus/

9/6/20, 8:35A:

          188,538 2020 USA deaths by COVID-19.

 = 2,147,008 2020 USA TOTAL DEATHS.

 USA 2020 188,538 COVID deaths / 2,147,008 total deaths = 8.78142%,

As of 9/6/20 mid. morning.

 State


2020 USA Not by COVID-19 Deaths to 9/6/20 8:35A

Alabama

36,808

Alaska

3,292

Arizona

41,346

Arkansas

21,398

California

193,004

Colorado

26,722

Connecticut

21,279

Delaware

6,459

D.C.

3,878

Florida

144,618

Georgia

58,969

Hawaii

8,709

Idaho

9,091

Illinois

75,149

Indiana

42,475

Iowa

19,681

Kansas

17,236

Kentucky

31,476

Louisiana

31,659

Maine

9,793

Maryland

35,150

Massachusetts

40,008

Michigan

65,571

Minnesota

29,512

Mississippi

21,544

Missouri

41,085

Montana

6,743

Nebraska

10,645

Nevada

17,496

New Hampshire

8,283

New Jersey

51,730

New Mexico

12,562

New York

112,595

North Carolina

64,429

North Dakota

4,270

Ohio

80,441

Oklahoma

27,508

Oregon

24,978

Pennsylvania

91,159

Rhode Island

6,696

South Carolina

34,666

South Dakota

5,012

Tennessee

46,439

Texas

138,534

Utah

11,916

Vermont

3,849

Virginia

47,635

Washington

40,024

West Virginia

15,417

Wisconsin

34,426

Wyoming

3,396

Puerto Rico

19,689

TOTAL:

1,958,470


Again, I apologize for the format. The technological folks that I pay to maintain my website are lacking on format options.


[1] A check at 9/6/20 12:01 AM would be thru 9/5/20 exact total. The number continues to rise thru each day.