Posts Tagged ‘Jaquandor’
Nothing is more fundamental in our democracy than our right to vote. “We are witnesses today to attacks on that hard-won right… Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, president of the North Carolina NAACP… reminded us that our votes were paid for with blood.” So, of all the Supreme Court decisions in the last couple years, the one gutting the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was among the most troubling. What Happened Next in These 8 States Will Not Shock You.
Therefore, I was slack-jawed when some guy wrote Read the rest of this entry »
Reclining seats on planes:
I’ve long hated airline travel; it’s a flying bus. The recent spate of fights over someone trying to recline his/her seat, and was inhibited by the person behind, have gotten so bad that three flights were diverted in ten days. This is inevitable, given the fact that the space between seats is getting smaller as the passengers, collectively, are getting larger. Of course, this totally screws up not only the lives of the passengers on those flights but those on connecting flights as well.
Mark Evanier reminded me that airline passengers’ occasionally schmuckiness is not just a recent occurrence.
Part of the reason I’m strapped for time, actually Read the rest of this entry »
While I’m technologically challenged, I’m impressed with people who have skills in this area. For me, these instructions are TOTALLY true.
It gives me some small comfort when Dustbury, a formerly gadget-crazy guy, explains why that old compact disc of mine is suddenly not working correctly. Or when Mark Evanier suddenly has trouble with software that seemed to be working.
The FIRST person I thought of Read the rest of this entry »