The following motion has passed; the modest time saved through the construction on westbound I-435 is not worth the aggravation, and Bridge demolition at I-470 and Raytown Road causes headaches for nearby businesses. Oh, joy.
The Home Depot has fewer tools, Jim Henson՚s Creature Shop has fewer puppets, and here are future honorees at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Very early today, I was on The Verge of great commenting,
so please enjoy these headlines and my responses.
“Malware found on energy company laptop may not be result of Russian hack,” which is not the only thing that’s not the result of a Russian hacking!
Someone’s back on the job – – that’s been true for about 2 days!
“Genes affecting our communication skills relate to genes for a psychiatric disorder,” which makes me feel anxious, but I have no idea how to tell you.
“No matter how full a reservoir of Maxim one may possess, and no matter how good one’s sentiments may be, if one-fourth of the people in America think that 9/11 was a conspiracy, one-fourth of Americans are retards!”
“15 Years Later, Physics Journal Concludes: All 3 WTC Towers Collapsed Due to Controlled Demolition”
“Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger (Ephesians 6:4)
but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.”
“Oh, no, Lois. That’s the beauty of Part 5.
It’s so intense it jumps right over Part 3 and 4.”
No campaign manager was ever more appropriately named.
Robby Mook: Trump benefited from Russia ‘intervening in the election’
“Demographics, Not Hacking, Explain Election Results: Hillary Clinton’s Celebrity Feminism Was a Failure, ‘Newsweek’ never read own ‘Madam President’ issue, The left’s doomed effort to coerce the right: Too much stigma, not enough persuasion”
“Though you have not seen him, you love him. Though you do not now see him, you believe in him and rejoice with joy that is inexpressible and filled with glory,
The title of this post is only somewhat deceptive, unlike the electoral subterfuge currently underway, and I-I mean the opposite of what is expressed by Stevie Nicks; I do not intend to let a landslide of emotion Bring Me Down, but rather to take down or counter such effects.
I get weak when you’re next to me, and when I haven’t eaten enough. I observed how critical this was on Monday. Seriously, some days I’ll have something at 11 or noon and then not substantial until probably 6 o’clock or later when my lunch break is at work.
Gobbled up 1/2 price single-patty Cheeseburgers Tuesday at Sonic Drive-In, twice actually before work. I did all right Wednesday because people brought things to celebrate our manager’s birthday. Evening on Thanksgiving, I could only go to bed.
From a book by Susan Jacoby on anti-intellectualism,
“Video culture has triumphed over print culture,” I once read on audio cd.
Friday is the day trash is collected in my neighborhood, and-and Thanksgiving has delayed this until Saturday. I take the trash out at 2 in the morning so I don’t have to at 6 in the morning, and today I was awake at 5 in the morning because I watched YouTube.
- Politics is not considered polite conversation.
- I do not know enough about the issues to discuss them calmly or avoid ad hominem.
- I am on the opposite side of the debate on most issues.
- I do not like being wrong or being made a fool.
- I would rather keep friends and be respectful.
I am recovering from some minor embarrassment.
There was a video shared to Facebook about how to evaluate a story, whether or not it is fake news. I saw the video and the very next day I shared a fake story to Twitter, which I admitted to my friend who had shared with a fake story and the video.
Can we say the power of mainstream media is diminished when I see friends concerned
Stories being put forth by the mainstream media whose power was certainly diminished when Clinton was defeated, huh?
“Oh give thanks to the LORD;
call upon his name; (Psalms 105:1)
make known his deeds among the peoples!”