The verdict for this episode is: Republicans care way more about corporations than people.
I got myself the Apple Watch Series 3. I chose the GPS version, because I’m not paying 10 dollars a month for cellular connectivity.
In May of 2016, Mom and Aunt Barb got me an original Apple Watch for my birthday. I have warn it nearly every day since and have learned to love having it on my wrist.
I have had many discussions about the value of a college diploma. In thinking about those discussions, I have come to one important conclusion: the key to finding a career that provides the benefits you need is to make yourself as irreplaceable as possible. Putting it simply, the easier you are to replace, the less your employer will care about you. That sounds harsh, but it’s true.
This review covers the book (not the TV movie) The Christmas Train.
Ufi and I were waiting for the bus at a busy intersection. A vehicle, which turned out to be a paratransit bus, was broken-down in front of the bus stop.
The Guardian’s Luke Harding has written an incredibly detailed, informative book about Russia’s involvement with Trump, the Trump campaign, and the 2016 election. In Collusion Dirty Money, Secret Meetings, And How Russia Helped Trump Win Harding describes Trump’s 30-year relationship with Russia. Even for someone, like me, who has followed the Russia investigation passionately, Harding’s work is truly worth the time.
Most of my posts about Ufi have dealt with his allergies and our struggle to get them under control. So, I thought it was time to write about some of his great work.