A few hours ago, I signed out of Facebook feeling a level of frustration and misunderstanding I never knew existed. In retrospect, I should have known better than to try to have a meaningful discussion with people who have zero interest in such things.Continue reading
… is the night I go through my fridge or freezer and pick one thing that’s been sitting longer than I’d like. It either gets cooked or tossed. On this journey, I eliminated frozen Italian sausages, 3 partial bags of frozen veggies, the remains of a container of sour cream and the last of a block of parmesan.Continue reading
I believe gauge is the most important knitting concept because it is the sole principal that determines whether a knitted item will be the right size when it is finished. For an afghan, you have a bit of leeway in that a slightly smaller or slightly larger afghan is still acceptable. Continue reading
Governments don’t build towns. People do. Nowhere is that more evident than our small towns where it’s pretty obvious that it’s local entrepreneurs that keep the wheels of progress rolling in the right direction.Continue reading
A Facebook friend posted a comment this morning that really made me stop and think…Continue reading
If there’s no “there” there, I want to know how many #ClintonFoundation donors had “access” to #StateDept when Kerry was at the helm.
“no one can do it alone” from a woman with her nose up the arse of the guy with the phone and the pen
Blasting Trump for quoting 2015 stats while using 2014 stats to accuse Trump of lying: Fact-checking Donald Trump’s acceptance speech at the 2016 RNC
We all know what happens when disruptive technology hits — great things happen. It’s about time for disruptive politics to do the same.