- Left Tampa at 3:15. Got here at 6:20. Running late now. (@ LA. Boiling Seafood Crabs & Crawfish in Orlando, FL) https://t.co/EIgcUI8Var 18:23:45, 2016-12-10
- Weekly Twitter Digest https://t.co/79bI4KbPKl 18:30:54, 2016-12-10
- Dinner on burger night. Usually good chowder seriously watered down tonight. More like broth than chowder…. https://t.co/hT1jeeqTkS 18:01:34, 2016-12-12
- How Donald Trump Won-“I Don’t Care” https://t.co/nf4KpGeUW7 https://t.co/d2r8ErzXp8 20:44:35, 2016-12-06
- Arrival — A Movie Review https://t.co/GfZfRf6PHt https://t.co/T0Se98uohJ 18:57:51, 2016-12-07
- Haven’t been here in a while, but Lay needed to come to Brandon. Trying the burrito. (@ Taco Stand! in Brandon, FL) https://t.co/X3w6SRrHW6 18:55:03, 2016-12-08
When mysterious spacecraft touch down across the globe, an elite team – led by expert linguist Louise Banks – is brought together to investigate. As mankind teeters on the verge of global war, Banks and the team race against time for answers – and to find them, she will take a chance that could threaten her life, and quite possibly humanity.
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Writer: Eric Heisserer (screenplay), Ted Chiang (based on the short story “Story of Your Life” written by)
Stars: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Michael Stuhlbarg, Forest Whitaker
Runtime: 116 min; Rated: PG-13; Genre: Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi; Released: 11 Nov 2016
Veteran’s Day was a holiday for me, but not Lay, so I went to watch this movie. It was well worth the ticket price.
Let me be clear, I do care that Trump won, and I care about determining how this awful destructive force has been unleashed on our once great nation. And I think I have cracked the code. It’s because a lot of Trump supporters just said, “I don’t care.” Certainly people were motivated to vote for Trump for many reasons, but I believe it boils down to suspending their empathy to feed their fear.
Much on-line ink has been spilled these last weeks eviscerating the Democratic Party and Secretary Clinton. Most certainly the party, and especially Debbie Wasserman-Shultz bear a tremendous amount of blame, not just for the Clinton loss, but for not having the infrastructure and ground game in place to retake the Senate and make gains in the House. This was inexcusable, but hardly a surprise. Wasserman-Shultz voted Republican about as much as she did Democrat, and didn’t use the previous 4 years to build a 50 state organization as Governor Howard Dean had started.