The Zebes spent €112 on Ole CR7. And it’s official. And he made Juan Cuadrado give up his jersey, not that Cuadrado is my favorite stripey, but still. I think my Akinfeev tattoo is infected.
I just slept until 12:30 and awoke to find that Juve has bid 88 million Euros for Cristiano Ronaldo so yeah, I’m in hell.
She cannot get up in the morning. She doesn’t get enough sleep, mostly for reasons that are completely her fault, but not entirely. If she doesn’t set the alarm, she will sleep for 12-14 hours, until one or two in … Continue reading
It’s been so long since I’ve done this that I seem to have forgotten some stuff so, um, drafts were, uh, lost, and, um, html was, uh, um, forgotten, so photos, and, well, iPad is, um, different, so, fuck it. … Continue reading
H.R. 353, the Weather Research and Forecasting Innovation Act of 2017, is pretty long statute and a little too dense for me since NOAA authorization statutes aren’t exactly my job or anything. It’s difficult to see whether there’s some … Continue reading
Salsa aside, May Day is International Workers’ Day, which you probably think was invented by European Marxists in the 1920s, but was actually begun in Chicago in 1886 as a multi-day labor protest that culminated in the Haymarket Affair (someone … Continue reading
Most laws are, um, imperfect. They contain vague bits, or ambiguous bits, etc. Many statutes don’t really contain the information they need to be of any use to the public. An example is Federal employee pay. Congress does not sit … Continue reading
It’s National Salsa Month! Salsa is a very personal thing. I like mine with only a trace of onion, no cilantro, not too watery, and not tasting like canned tomatoes. Actually, the list of industry-created National _____ Months and National … Continue reading
I just found this in my Draft queue. I don’t know what was going on March 16, 2016 that kept me from finishing and posting. Looooca is retired now, but this is how I remember him: on his ass on … Continue reading
Congress has been naming VA medical facilities after esteemed WWII veterans and “includ[ing] National Vietnam War Veterans Day, March 29, among those days on which the flag should especially be displayed.” All this is well and good, especially naming the … Continue reading