On December 14, I was cleaning my dining room in preparation for home construction to come. I ran late, got distracted and spent more time than I should have doing the work, which meant I ran late getting up to meet my friends for lunch.
Heading back to the office, I turned on the radio and switched to NPR. That’s when I first heard about Sandy Hook. Continue reading “Following up on gun ownership in the United States…”
My alarm clock wakes me at roughly 6:45am every morning. It’s an unpleasant experience, especially when Morning Edition gives the GOP a platform for nonsense. Like today. Continue reading “A bad way to wake up”
Okay, so I was going to use that title for Alex Jones because, you know, it’s appropriate and stuff, but now I have a bigger fish on the menu. How big?
Today’s festivities include downloading my entire FB history for all time. You can do that here. https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=your_facebook_information
But that’s not all. Continue reading “How my mind works…”
Today’s critical thinking exercise: Ask any individual who suggests President Obama had a “Supermajority” at his disposal for any portion of his administration exactly what that word means. Continue reading “Supermajority? Sure. Tell me what that is and I’ll believe you.”
On July 26, 2022, Facebook will be updating their terms of service.
On July 25, 2022 I will be closing my account.
Here are the terms of service. I direct you to investigate all of 3.2.
Who gets to decide what reports are frivolous? Meta?
If you’re still reading these posts and you ever voted third party, willfully sat out an election, or told me that this was settled law, I am looking right at you. Continue reading “Reproductive rights are HUMAN rights…”
Today, as the country gets ready to lock down again, for what’s the fourth wave in a viral pandemic that carries the -19 identifier because it started IN 2019, we are seeing record numbers of infections, in children and adults, the vast majority of whom haven’t been vaccinated.
In the second post, I ended with the following flat statement:
Talk to me six months from now. If all of this is a distant, awful memory, I will thank you for reminding me that it wasn’t as bad as I thought it could be.
And here we are. Continue reading “Out of the frying pan…”
There are quite a number of authors I follow on Facebook and Twitter, and they are all saying the things I would say if I could bring myself to write about the shit show that was the last two months. Continue reading “Sedition and Impeachment…”