Oh, gosh, it's Wednesday and I'm scheduled off. I didn't set my alarm so I slept in, that's turning into a bad habit for me.
I have eggs cooking for egg salad, and later today I'm thinking of making potato salad, sans mustard. For some reason unknown to me some believe a tad of mustard makes it Amish (pronounced ahh - mish, with the short 'a', not with a long A). It doesn't. Believe me. I grew up in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. No mustard.
Later this afternoon I have an appointment at the Verizon Store. I live 15 minutes away and I know it's much fast to drive there and piss and moan, then wait 45 minutes for a Chat session to open, or an hour and a half on the phone listening to their hold music. Why am I going to piss and moan? My rates went up $13.15. There was no change to any of my services, Verizon just thought it was time to charge me more because the the billions of $$$ they rake in every year will never be enough to satisfy their stockholders. T-Mobile has wireless internet for $50 a month. Their tower is 1/4 mile from where I live and my service is excellent. I've checked the reviews and for what I use the Internet for, occasional streaming of movies, T-Mobile would work well for me.
I love how the Texas GQP is blaming the Green New Deal even though there ISN'T a Green New DealReplyDelete
They lie because they have no principles and they need to blame someone other then themselves.Delete
the lard awmighty is displeased with the gov, the lt gov, the AG, and raphael cruz for trying to subvert the election. THIS is why there's a cold snap.ReplyDelete
From your thoughts to mine... or vice versa, or maybe it's just their Karma doing what Karma does best.Delete
I love goods cousins that live outside of Houston and have been without power since Monday. Luckily they have a fireplace with a lot of wood.ReplyDelete
I have no idea how they stand being surrounded by Republican either.
Texas almost turned blue during the last election, this will probably put it over the edge.Delete
Yep Karma's a bitch isn't it!ReplyDelete
The Repug governor is trying to deflect blame, of course. They made bad decisions and were warned ten years ago they could get in trouble easily. They just did.ReplyDelete
And Verizon is populated by vampires that will suck off all your money in increments of ten dollars. Get them, Dave!
Republicans will always be looking for somebody else to blameDelete