So, is everybody ready for Hump Day? There are readers out there who still feel that there is some importance in noting that they are halfway through the work week. Thanks to Covid, those who work at home no longer see much purpose in having Hump Day, and those in retail have always though it rather absurd. Things change and adapting to those changes is essential for good mental health.
While I didn't work yesterday, I did pay a visit to the store, and not to make a purchase. They're having a Silent Auction which starts tomorrow. For me, Silent Auctions are a way to eliminate those household possession no one wants to be gifted. This time, I've donated my PS4 Pro. It was one of those "mistake" buys that I thought I would play more; well I didn't. I was not impressed with the games offered, so the console took up space and gathered dust. I did offer it to people. There was little interest because the PS5 has been out for some time now. No gamer wants an old console. However, at a Silent Auction, there's a good possibility someone will take interest because... well, people do like to bid on things. They think they're getting a deal and a there are quite a few who simply cannot turn down a deal.
And, of course, everyone knows Dominion settled with Fox News out of court.