ryoder

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  1. So many idiots; So few comets. This new HBO docu-series could be relevant: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/heavens-gate-the-cult-of-cults-tv-review
  2. ryoder

    covid-19

    So we are now exceeding the deaths in 9/11 (2,977), every day.
  3. Kim Jong Un inherited his position from his father, who in turn inherited from his father. I would argue there is no difference, other than the title. Now Putin is simply the boss in a mafia state.
  4. He has never given any indication that he knows anything about how democracy works, nor does he care; He just assumes he is the king, (encouraged by Stephen Miller).
  5. Andy Borowitz: White House Says Pardons Will Be Given First to Essential Frontline Criminals https://www.newyorker.com/humor/borowitz-report/white-house-says-pardons-will-be-given-first-to-essential-frontline-criminals (Disable Javascript if you get a paywall)
  6. Federal judge strikes down Trump administration rules restricting visas for skilled workers https://thehill.com/regulation/court-battles/528297-federal-judge-strikes-down-trump-administration-rules-restricting
  7. Well, they both have obvious dementia.
  8. From Heather Cox Richardson's new essay tonight: And yet, Trump seems to have accepted that he’s going to have to leave office, and to be exploring his options. New York Times reporters Maggie Haberman and Michael S. Schmidt tonight broke the news that he has discussed with advisers whether he should grant preemptive pardons to Don Jr., Eric, Ivanka, Jared Kushner, and Giuliani. This poses a problem for them, though, since to make a pardon stick it needs to be as specific as possible, which would mean he would have to suggest what they might have done that requires a pardon.
  9. A pre-emptive pardon seems insane. For what period does the pardon apply? If it applies to events after the date of the pardon, the person could use it to go on a rampage of crimes, knowing they were immune.
  10. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is leaving The Swamp, effective inauguration day. https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2020/11/say-goodbye-to-ajit-pai-fcc-chair-to-leave-on-bidens-inauguration-day/ (And yes Kallend, this is also good news)
  11. Scott Atlas has left The Swamp: https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/528064-scott-atlas-resigns-as-coronavirus-adviser-to-trump
  12. The taller one is the monster:
  13. ryoder

    covid-19

    Our CO Gov Jared Polis and his partner tested positive today.
  14. ryoder

    covid-19

    It's a cookbook!!!