I’m finally reading Good Omens. It’s right in the sweet spot for me: hilarious, absurd, and sacrilegious, with delightful turns of phrase on every page.
Looks like my afternoon of DNS hacking almost worked. Mastodon cross-posting from micro.blog might have been the only casualty.
Spent an enjoyable Saturday afternoon hacking on DNS, GitHub pages, and micro.blog settings. I think I finally have everything behind SSL certificates and updating correctly.
Either that or this post will fail and I’ll also have plans for an enjoyable Sunday afternoon.
It’s time to check out Mastodon, I hear. I’m
@email@example.com over there. (over here? cross-posting is so confusing)
“… with the Trump tax cut, the doctrine has failed again. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to get politicians to understand something when their campaign contributions depend on their not understanding it.” —Paul Krugman
“If you’re sick and tired, too, here is what you can do. Vote for Democrats on Tuesday. For every office. Regardless of who they are.” — Max Boot
“The public has seen Trump’s fusion of ethno-nationalism and orthodox GOP plutocracy put into governing practice, and is rejecting it.” —Greg Sargent Let this be true and restore my faith in America.
“The reason for the talk about invasion is simple: Trump and Fox News are trying to manipulate white voters into supporting Republican candidates. There is considerable evidence from research experiments that scaring people makes them more conservative, at least temporarily.” —Nicholas Kristof
“In the Trump era, people who should be shunned are embraced…” —Karen Tumulty
“The angry obsessive is absolutely vulnerable to being stoked, inflamed, and inspired by angry rhetoric. Speech can inspire violence. … It’s one reason why civility and a sense of proportion in your speech aren’t just abstract … concepts. They’re moral responsibilities for people with any kind of meaningful platform.” —David French
“Trump is doing the opposite. He is deliberately exacerbating our divisions for partisan gain. He is risking widespread political violence so that he and his Republican supporters can hold on to office.” —Max Boot