Socially Speaking …

I tweet, therefore I … well, anyway, I tweet. This is a relatively recent thing for me and I suspect it will last at least until Humpty Trumpty is thrown from the wall.

Plus, there will be gloating.

What are the things that people do that get their Twitter accounts suspended or locked or banned? Because it seems to be both random and frequent, as I look around.

Can folks who are actually in Georgia please tell the rest of us what, if anything, the rest of us can do to help?

Because, let's face it, besides sending money, we don't really know.

Stop it, already, with arguing about who is the "most qualified" to hold any given position in the administration. "Most qualified" is both subjective and overrated, in politics. ALL of Biden's picks will be well qualified. Almost none of his predecessor's were.

Where I get my news:

Facebook -- 0%
Twitter -- 0%
TV -- 0%
New York Times and Washington Post web sites -- 50%
Local/Connecticut websites -- 25%
Radio in the car (NPR) 5%
Misc. websites (including cable TV news sites) -- 20%


@AynRandPaulRyan Yes. It is a criminal syndicate, not a political party. And until our media starts covering it as such, we're going to keep going through this.

She got an expensive new phone for her birthday.

For Christmas, she's getting a cast-iron frog sculpture that she admired in passing at a salvage store in July.

Guess which one she'll like best?

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