Noodling around in my email files looking for something to write about, but nothing stood out or snagged my interest. You say I should improve the stuff I keep in my files? I say, apparently you are correct. It’s not … Continue reading
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Read this from Vox.com, this is very good. It’s helped me think more clearly in considering whether there’s been a rush to judgment against men recently accused of sexual assault and harassment. First, I’ll go out on a limb and … Continue reading
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Tagged #MeToo, Charlie Rose, David Sorensen, Donald Trump, Emily Stewart, Harvey Weinstein, Michael Meltsner, New York Times, Northeastern University, Rob Porter, sexual assault, sexual harassment, Shira Scheindlin, The New Yorker, Vox.com
Remember when Trump did that thing? They do: they kept track https://t.co/ynFGMkXuWI — Pat Ryan (@patryan12) January 21, 2018 If you want to try to narrow down the chaos that is Trump’s America, try for a moment to put aside … Continue reading
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Tagged Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, CREW, Donald Trump, Jennifer Rubin, Leonard Pitts Jr., Miami Herald, Republican, Republican Party, Washington Post
I get tired of feeling like I have to write about Donald Trump, and about what he has done and is doing to our country and our society. I get tired of reading about the topic, too: it’s unhappy, repetitive, … Continue reading
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It snowed here today!
Them what knows say it’s the earliest in the season it’s ever snowed in Houston, and the first time it’s ever snowed here two winters in a row. I believe that: it’s probably snowed fewer than a dozen times in the more than 40 years I’ve lived here.
The TV news freaked out, of course, although credit where credit is due: this snowfall was forecast five days ago, so it really shouldn’t have been a surprise. But you know there’s always someone who didn’t get the message.
What happened to our global warming? Continue reading