Not doing social media in the morning has been majorly crimping the link love. I haven’t been perfect about writing in the mornings but I’ve been better. There’s just so much that needs to get done. Currently I’m trying to anti-Boice by doing a project a day instead of a little bit from each. I just can’t keep 5 projects in my head at the same time and there’s set-up costs each day. (Second half of the day is moving to service/class prep of which there’s a lot.) I’d really like to go back to focusing on only two projects at a time, but it’ll be a while before I can do that, I think.
A major news poll sponsored by NBC and the Wall Street Journal just failed to ask questions about Elizabeth Warren even though she’s got the third most delegates. They did ask about lower ranked candidates– either they think that only one woman can be in a poll at any time (they included Klobuchar) or, much more likely, the owners are truly worried about her proposed wealth tax and other anti-corruption things she’s likely to bring into office. The anti-Warren junk email we’ve been getting has been getting worse too. Bad guys are afraid.
Stop and Frisk is enough reason to not vote for Bloomberg. Unfortunately he’s been spending a lot of money on advertising– my students tell me they know folks who have already voted for him in primaries because of his Facebook ads. He’s sent us a bunch of mail already (straight to recycling).
An article about the Netflix show Cheer from the view of someone who used to be a cheerleader in high school.