Saturday was the first full day without a hiccup but they made a brief and abrupt appearance on Sunday which caused me to vomit. I’ve found any drink not room temperature can trigger them as well as a very small burp, but the big ones seem okay. I still have a loss of appetite and have to stick to very small meals, for the most part. The drugs are trippy, very trippy. They give me some sort of enlightened sense of well-being, clarity of thought, courage to open up and express myself, caused my back pain to go away nap three to six hours a day.
I’ve noticed at DaughterGeeding’s soccer games when there is a break in play, she often looks back at her parents. I hope that’s not because she feels any pressure to perform well and her just wanting to look back at mom and dad.
I was really getting annoyed with all the coverage of the giraffe that was about to give birth, but even I got a kick out of the Toys R Us logo in the corner changing to Babies R Us a bit after the birth happened.
Unlike a lot of other liberals, I’m not overly critical of Secret Service protection costs for President Trump. I especially won’t criticize his wife and son staying in New York so his son can finish the school year. But this tidbit from this story did stand out because it’s not something you see often noted.
One purchase order reviewed by CBS News shows the US Secret Service has spent $35,185 on golf cart rentals “for POTUS visit” in Palm Beach County, Florida since the President’s inauguration.
I saw that the University of Texas football team now has fancy new lockers, with each one costing approximately $10,500 with 43-inch television screens and glowing surrounding lights. Add this to the list of reasons why college football gets on my nerves. That money could better be spent elsewhere and the idea of amateurism with college sports is simply a farce many refuse to admit. And while I usually like to cheer on my state university, I don’t feel comfortable doing so with former Art Briles staffer Casey Horney on staff.
The Daily Beast is some sort of left-leaning media outlet which merged with Newsweek. This weekend they ran an article in which President Trump’s face was photoshopped over Tom Landry’s with the notion of imagining if Jerry Jones hired him as the Cowboys coach.