Can't Think Of A Subject Line, So I'll Once Again Encourage You To Turn On Carly Rae Jepsen's EMOTION Album And Dance In Your Kitchen.
|Amy Widdowson||Apr 7||1|
How’s your morning? Did you sleep OK last night? Have you planned breaks in your day in which you can go for a quick walk? What are you doing to take care of yourself? Because I think we’re at that point in this here pandemic when we need alllllll the help we can get from ourselves.
Before we get to it, here’s a pretty picture of flowers on my table, because why the heck not, I think it’s pretty and we need pretty things right now.
TO THE INTERNET!
RIP one of the strangest and most ill-informed corners of the internet: “Yahoo Answers, a Haven for the Confused, Is Shutting Down”. I am genuinely concerned about how the McElroy will adapt their bit. (The New York Times)
Folks, we are so close. Just so damned close. Please keep staying safe. “Vaccine Cheat Days Are Adding Up” (The Atlantic)
Welp, Matt Gaetz was nosing around Trump for a “blanket” pardon at the end of former guy’s term, which is totally something an absolutely innocent person would do, right? (NYT)
“C+ Santa Monica Facist” Stephen Miller has created an organization to “challenge Biden administration initiatives at odds with Trump-era priorities,” by suing them in court, so, alas, we haven’t seen the last of his dead shark eyes. (WSJ)
Speaking of that dude, he posed for a photo with the former guy, and it was revealing. POLITICO is doing the lord’s work right now: “What a photo of Trump’s new office reveals about how he wants to be remembered. ”
This is nuts and downright abusive: a Slate reader wrote in to their advice column about finding a trove of documents their parents had hid from the kids, including a college acceptance letter and a break-up letter from a boyfriend. Toxic cannot even begin to describe this.
Be kind to each other, be safe, wear a mask, drink some water.