Things I Know

The NY Post reported on Sunday that Melania Trump and ten-year-old Baron Trump will not be moving to the White House in late January, so that Baron won’t have to change schools during the school year.  That’s kind of common when someone takes a new job during their child’s school year.  Still, if the report is true, it would not be a good idea to assume that the Secret Service and the NYPD are delighted.

I got 43 comments on my “Not My President” blog item.  All of them were trying to sell us Cialis or Viagra, so I spared you.  Comments are welcomed.  Spam isn’t.

My daughter voted for Hillary.  Her reaction to Trump’s election, “But you need two years of experience to be a receptionist.”

I get so many snail-mail ads for Verizon FIOS TV that my phone bill occasionally slips through the cracks.

One of the silliest Christmas gifts I’ve seen on sale this year is a down-insulated skirt.  I can see how that might make it a little warmer to sit down on a cold surface, but all skirts are open on the bottom, which is what makes them skirts after all.  And, because they’re open on the bottom, I don’t see how the skirt being insulated does much to insulate the person wearing it.

Author: Tom

I know by ABC's, I can write my name, and I can count to 100.

2 thoughts on “Things I Know”

  1. This is getting ridiculous. How many Britons would prefer to live in Singapore? Or Linehecsttin? You go on and on as if Western Democracies are unbearably awful, but all you can point to is a higher crime rate, immigration, and the government’s employment of tons of citizens.If I’m going to be convinced that things are just so awful that the smart thing to do is to just hand over the entire country to a single man to do whatever the fuck he wants with it… you’re going to have to demonstrate a lot more danger.

    1. I do want to encourage comments that aren’t spam, and this one qualifies. On the other hand, I don’t see how it relates to anything I’ve written. I didn’t support Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton for President. I do advocate accepting the result of the November 8th election in the USA. Peaceful acceptance of election results is an important component of workable democracy.

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