Sorry Marie Kondo, but all 27 of these frayed USB cables spark joy in my life. And also electricity.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) January 21, 2019
But mostly electricity. They are a fire hazard. Seriously.
Ok, throwing them out.
As the government shutdown extends into the new year, public lands and national parks are struggling to handle the trash, waste, and other damage from visitors.National parks face overflowing trash, toilets in second week of shutdown
There is no more fitting metaphor for the Republican party than the piles of trash and overflowing toilets at our beautiful national parks and monuments.
from Facebook 2019-01-09T02:18:28.000Z
A Trump voter hurt by the shutdown reveals the real reason the president attracts hardcore supporters.“He’s not hurting the people he needs to be”: a Trump voter says the quiet part out loud
The tell when someone is acting in bad faith is when the argument and their actions are misaligned to the point of cynical irony. When the president and his supporters insist they are only against illegal immigration and then do everything they can to stop any immigration, they are showing the bad faith that has been the hallmark of the GOP for the past 25 years. FOX news has convinced them that their fellow Americans are a threat and now they will rally around anyone who will hurt “those people” Think about that line for a second. Roll it over in your head. In essence, Minton is declaring that one aim of the Trump administration is to hurt people — the right people. Making America great again, in her mind, involves inflicting pain.“
If you told me Dua Lipa was a cholesterol medication I would probably believe you.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) January 9, 2019
Apparently I am not the first person to come up with the idea that Mary Poppins might be one of The Doctors early regenerations.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) December 20, 2018
No digital kanban board can provide the simple tactile joy of taking down a loathsome task and cancelling it via crumpled ball in the waste basket.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) December 19, 2018
Overly complex bug submission processes are just as absurd as requiring reports to be written in iambic pentameter.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) December 15, 2018
Restrictions reduce the number of reports submitted but do little to improve product quality.
Always trust users are acting in good faith.