So, tell me, don't you think the week is simply zoomin' past? I find it difficult to believe that's Thursday already. As you get older, time passes faster than you'd like, especially if you're busy. Then it's gone before you even know it.
My application to sign up for mail-in voting arrived yesterday. I will go online and take care of it later this morning.
I get to work this afternoon. Only for 6 hours. I like short shifts, especially when they start later in the day. Morning means getting chores done at home. Nothing really gets done if I get home from work after 7 PM. If the dishes weren't put into the dishwasher earlier, that might happen.
The last few evenings I've been re-playing Fallout 4 on the PC. This is my 3rd play through. Part my decision to play this game again is that it's a great RPG, but another part is the series which is (as of right now) to premier on Amazon Prime later this year. For years producers thought films were the only way to bring a game to the big screen, especially since we all have big screens in our homes now. And the The Witcher happened, a very popular video game series premiered on Netflix. Recently, The Last of Us premiered on HBOMax, and from what I've seen is also very popular. This gives me hope for the Fallout series. Next on my gaming list, after Fallout, is Atomic Heart. This looks very interesting and arrives in3 weeks.
So, Kev McCarthy had a sit down with Biden yesterday about the debt ceiling. He has been asked many times what the Republican plan is, especially since their tax break for the rich put the debt ceiling through the roof. He always mumbles out some word salad that includes a number of adverbs, but no verbs, and adjectives that only modify the fact that he doesn't have a true subject. For him, it's the process that's important. He's hoping the end result of this process makes the administration look bad. In a nutshell, that's what he wants, nothing else.
And now a bit about babies because it's important. I suspect that one of the real reasons social conservatives are so anti-abortion is that they desperately want women to have babies, lots of babies. They tell you babies are a blessing from God. If that's true, they might want to ask themselves why both Hindus and Moslems are popping out babies like it's going out of style, while that isn't the case for Christians, especially American Christians. Are Hindus more blessed than Evangelicals? And you'll notice that I didn't even touch upon the subject that most of those babies aren't white.