A bit about the 'negative' tests: just because you're not infected today doesn't mean you're not going to get infected tomorrow. I suspect there are a lot of people out there who don't understand this. They are like this woman here, who will never get it.
|Guess who the woman in red is supporting for President?|
The Idiot Jerk's administration put out guidelines yesterday for states to follow in regard to opening up. One of those rules is to have declining infection rates for 14 consecutive days. No state has reached that yet. The curve has been flattened in many places, which means hospitals are going to be overwhelmed, but people are still getting sick and dying. This is something Republicans don't seem to understand, that people are still getting infected. Of course, their intelligence level is so low many of them consider flattening the curve to mean it's over. Nope, Granny can still get sick and die. Don't worry, his base will soon be protesting the wearing of face coverings.
Not surprisingly, his approval ratings have not stabilized. Nope. They are experiencing a constantly slow erosion in part, no doubt, because of his need to constantly be in the spotlight. While his daily briefings may have enthralled his base, the rest of America shook their heads and murmured "Holy Shit." The never gush of self-praise became more than annoying. He surrounded himself with scientists and then treated them as though they were "Chatty Cathy" dolls, where every time he pulled a string they spit out a compliment. All of this has taken a toll on the approval rating of a not too popular president. And I guess it was the same yesterday, at his non-coronavirus briefing, where he had small business owners come out and compliment and congratulate him on the good job he was doing. Son of a bitch.
Anyway, I was busy yesterday. I finally got the wall in my staircase painted. This is what it looks like now.
Now I have to figure out what I"m going to do with the banister.
Your house looks nice. I could say so many things about that woman in red.ReplyDelete
Thanks, it's 115 years old... the house, not the woman in red.Delete
your home is SO gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Thanks, I think of it as being homey.Delete
Love the paint choices.
Thanks. People are so afraid of color, I embrace it!Delete
That pigeon photo is priceless!ReplyDelete
Your house looks pretty darn fancy, can we see more please?
Priceless is and understatement.Delete
I post pictures all the time, though mostly it depends upon where the dogs are.
Had she been behind me and I saw that, I would have said "Look chubs, if your going to be that far up my ass, let's at least get a room."ReplyDelete
I like your wood, huh railing that is. I like the contrast against the new wall.
thanks for the compliment... about the wood.Delete
Dave!! Look at your pretty house! I love that view and would love to see more of your home. You have great taste.ReplyDelete
Thanks. Don't laugh, it looks like my great grandmother's houseDelete
I love your colour schemes. Damn you're making me feel bad. I'm in the process of painting the kitchen finally and making such a pig's ear of it I'll spend longer cleaning up than painting. And I love that picture of the woman and the pigeon!ReplyDelete
Don't laugh, but the paint sat in the can at the foot of the stairs for almost a month before I finally decided to paint.Delete
Your house looks great.ReplyDelete
That poor woman, she was probably starving.
Nah, she was checking out Facebook.
I love the green color on the stairway wall. That's the color of my bedroom in my old house. Maybe I should do some painting in my time away from work. Love the pigeon pic!ReplyDelete
I didn't know how well it was going to co-ordinate, but it turned out rather nice.Delete
There are so many clueless people in this world. I wouldn't be surprised if she was too busy putzing around with her phone to be paying attention.