Off to drink liberally.
The Charlotte Observer observes:
Saying “thank you” is always right, but Trump’s moves since the election seem to be saying “fooled you.” His top appointments and others under consideration are a mix of billionaires, hard-right Republicans and generals. It’s not a group that appears concerned with the needs of working people.
The Observer and a majority of the voters saw through the con before the election, but they don’t get to attend the Electoral College.
More observations at the link.
Give thanks with politeness.
The children appear to have been playing with a gun at the 2-year-old’s home in the 3500 block of North 9th Street on Thursday at about 4:23 p.m., police said. The 4-year-old boy was handling the gun when the weapon discharged, shooting his cousin in the chest. The victim’s mother and her boyfriend were home at the time of the incident, according to police.
Learn about the wonderful world of free and open source. Use computers to do what you want, not what someone else wants you to do. Learn how to use GNU/Linux and its plethora of free and open source software to get stuff done with computers.
It’s not hard; it’s just different.
What: Monthly TWUUG Meeting.
Who: Everyone in TideWater/Hampton Roads with interest in any/all flavors of Unix/Linux. There are no dues or signup requirements. All are welcome.
Where: Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital in Norfolk Training Room. See directions below. (Wireless and wired internet connection available.) Turn right upon entering, then left at the last corridor and look for the open meeting room.
When: 7:30 PM till whenever (usually 9:30ish) on Thursday, December 1.
Lake Taylor Hospital
1309 Kempsville Road
Norfolk, Va. 23502 (Map)
Join the forums.
If you post a spam comment here at my place, it will be deleted and no one will ever see it.
Go annoy somebody else.
Must have been the little white tail . . . .
Searcy County Sheriff Joey Pruitt said the 29-year-old woman died Tuesday in an “apparent hunting accident.” Her name was not released.
She wasn’t wearing hunting orange, so it probably was her own fault.
Holiday happenings for the next few days.
Out and about.
You can hear a lengthy interview with Francois Rautenbach, the narrator, at Hacker Public Radio.
(Errant tag fixed.
In the close link notation for the embed, there was an errant “i” tag.
In HTML 4.0, em is the new i. I didn’t know that “i” tags still worked! I thought they had been, as the geeks say, “deprecated.”)
My camera isn’t good enough to have taken a picture of Monday night’s moon, but my brother’s is.