Work person said they weren't feeling well, even after going to the doctor. But it's ok, it appears to only be typhoid and not covid. #ThisIsFine
After months of modest numbers, SF is now in not-good territory. Still one of the best US big cities, but the longer it goes on the harder it is to maintain. We do not exist in a vacuum.
Early action supposedly protected everyone. But too many other cities/states rushed back to "normal" when there was, and still is, no such thing. Now we are all stuck with the consequences of someone else's "freedom."
Once in a while I go watch this again, and the world is ok for a few minutes.
fl pol amendment 4 fines and fees fund
Still supporting restoring voting rights for Florida ex-felons. First it was getting an initiative on the ballot, now it's fighting efforts to subvert voter-passed Amendment 4. If you have some cash, help pay people's court debts and get them registered to vote so they have a voice in their communities.
Disappointed amaroq didn’t read the alt text with voiceover on
Day four of "weekend" (I took some time off.) I feel like it's taken four days to accomplish what I previously got done in two.
One part is that it's harder to disengage from work on workdays. What is a day anymore? Another is that there is more housework with both of us home all the time.
The rest is futilely attempting to stop doomscrolling.
us pol, tax cut
A payroll tax cut mostly benefits high earners, more likely to remain employed. Most of the "essential" people who still go out to work don't earn much. Can the point of this really be any more clear?
"If the White House and Senate GOP priorities make it into the bill, the legislation would effectively cut taxes for people who have jobs while cutting benefits for the unemployed."
Hard boiled eggs, broccoli, mixed greens, cheese, white sauce, bread crumbs. The only thing missing are the avocado green flowers on the baking dish.
(For those who didn’t live through the 60s and 70s in the US, I’m referring to this: https://estatesales.org/thegoods/vintage-pyrex-101)
Put a bunch of cooking and baking ingredients in purpose-made containers. Rectangular and stackable, for more efficient use of space.
Way better than random plastic bags. Maybe now I’ll be able to find things and remember to use them. Since making every meal at home doesn’t look like it’s going to end anytime soon.
Mastodon x appdot.net = fun? A place for former ADN users - on the whole