So Trump wiped out some regs for good?
I admit I have been absent.
GA reopens to a large degree tomorrow. I am getting my haircut Sat.... [Read More]
That is my belief. Nor do I care one fig what sexual activities consenting adults engage in.
How libertarian of me.
It has been clear to me for some time that the FBI is corrupt. How corrupt is still open for debate, but there has been no doubt in my mind about it, at the highest levels. This is, of course, nothing new. Under Hoover, it was as corrupt as such things can be. Still, we had hoped, in 2016 that was behind us. Not so.
This at Real Clear Investigations is scary. Any American should be horrified, but of course, the left will not be, and Never Trumpers won’t be, because let’s face it, there is nothing that will make either one of those groups change their mind. The Never Trumpers who can be won over have been (welcome all).... [Read More]
Guangzhou, the capital of China’s southwestern Guangdong Province and the country’s fifth largest city with nearly 15 million residents, has just joined the ranks of cities imposing a mandatory lockdown on all citizens, effectively trapping residents inside their homes, with only limited permission to venture into the outside world to buy essential supplies.... [Read More]
I have used doodle for some time, and it has gone from great to horrible. They keep changing the interface and it just gets worse. I don’t know why programmers cannot leave well enough alone.
Anyway, I am looking for suggestions for something else to use. Ideally, I’d like the darn thing to automatically block areas on my calendar when I say yes with “Tentative” and then wipe those out and fill in the space when the final is selected. Just like doodle used to do!... [Read More]
A Man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life.
I turn 50 today. Humans make meaning out of randomness, and since we use base 10 math, birthdays ending in zero can be a big deal. I find that 50 is an opportunity for reflection on my life. I always had goals for age 50, some spoken and some just more understood. Part of the wonder I have is how I have changed in ways that Bryan of 30 years ago cannot even imagine.... [Read More]
Finally, there is what I call “turning-point-itis.” This is the tendency to think that things may have improved in the past but will no longer do so in the future, because we stand at a turning point in history. It’s true, as brokers like to say, that past performance is no guide to future performance. But as the historian Lord Macaulay wrote almost two centuries ago, “On what principle is it that with nothing but improvement behind us, we are to expect nothing but deterioration before us?”... [Read More]
I am the man with the Prayer in our Family’s T-Day Tradition. I have shared that at R> several years so here is 2019 for RB>
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“What would you do if you woke up with Superman’s powers?”
I saw this question on facebook in my City of Heroes chat group. It is sort of a fun exercise, but the more I think about it, the more I am sure I would, in short order, be seen as one of the world’s greatest monsters. Lord Acton call your office.... [Read More]
This is a great story about one man’s journey out of homelessness. I know the director of the Extension in Cobb where this man stayed. Great, great program.