Today is All Hallows Eve, a day in which the House will vote on the Impeachment Inquiry. The GOP is shaking in their boots. I guess Laura Ingraham has warned the racist right-wingers that if the impeachment proceeds there will be no GOP in 2020. Or, to be more precise, it was more like "without the Idiot Jerk in the White House there will be no GOP in 2020." That stupid bottled blond phony Christian wants Republicans to chain themselves to the anchor now known as the Idiot Jerk in the White House. How's that for blind loyalty.
Here, in Central PA rain is in the forecast. A soggy Trick or Treat night is planned for this evening. Some communities chose to hold it last evening, others didn't. I don't participate. I don't have a cooking pot big enough for kiddies... ooohh, I didn't say that, did I? I would never do that. They never get close enough to the house. My baying doggies keep them far enough away.
I'd like to thank Treaders for letting me know that some of the media in Europe is reporting facial recognition software was used to identify 20,000 of the booing fans in Nationals Park. I know a little bit about facial recognition software. Research, you know? In "The Body in the Tower" facial recognition software is used in an attempt to discern the identity of the killer during the shooting at the Eiffel Tower. Facial recognition relies on 5 - 7 points on a still photo to identify you. You can unlock certain phones by looking directly into the camera, and those 5 - 7 points need to be in the same place. If you're laughing, those points move and it doesn't work. If you're chanting "lock him up" some of those points are moving and facial recognition software doesn't work. And, of course, those 5 - 7 points of your face need to be saved in a database which the software can access which is not too plausible at this time. For the time being, identifying individuals in a crowd of moving faces is impossible. It didn't work in "The Body in the Tower," and it's not going to work on those crowd videos from Nationals Park.
And since I can't give you a picture, I'll give you this: the sound of every Republican heart in a America thinking about today's vote in the House.