Well, I did get pretty much accomplished yesterday: bread baked, a bit of lawn work, laundry, worked on fixing the treadmill, which is going to take longer then I thought. Horizon has yet to respond to my emails. Looking through the assembly manual that was provided, I'm not fairly certain any and repairs are going to have to be provided by me. Now, ain't that just wonderful?
Both the new turntable and the speakers arrived yesterday. All my vinyl (remember we used to call them records?) has been moved downstairs. Even though, over the years, I've given many albums away, I held on to around 150 (+) records... shit, I said records, I mean vinyl. Let me tell you, some of these babies are classics. Those records... (damn!) vinyl people are buying now, I already own. And, after decades of waiting to be played, I knew I had to chose one special album to be the first played after all of those years. It didn't really take me long to make my choice. Sorry if the video cuts out rather abruptly, I'm not known for my videography techniques.
Speaking of records, yesterday when I warned you about the Witch Hunt (pt 2), well not more than 2 hours later I understand Loser #45 uttered those very words. You can bet that's shivering the timbers of the GOP. And, of course, the House passed a bill to create a commission to investigate January 6. I believe 35 Republicans voted with the Democrats. It now moves to the Senate, where there's concern a Republican filibuster might kill it. We'll have to wait and see if we can get enough Republican senators to break ranks. Just for the record, I wouldn't be surprised if it squeaked through the Senate. Not all Republicans are in lock step with Loser #45.