America’s ultrarich recently trotted out talking puppet Chris Christie to make the case that allowing as many people to die from coronavirus every day as were killed in the 9/11 attacks is a good bargain for United States economy.
[On CNN] Christie was also asked specifically about the fact that a Trump administration model is now projecting an estimated daily death count of up to 3,000 people by the start of June. Asked if the American people “would be able to accept” the reality of reopening following such news, Christie said, “They’re gonna have to.”
Jamie Dimon (previously) is the Jpmorganchase CEO who committed a $13b mortgage fraud and whose company received $25B in TARP bailout money, $500B in low-cost federal loans, and billions more through the bailout of their insurer, AIG.
Under Missouri House Bill 2044 — the “Parental Oversight of Public Libraries Act” — each town will elect a committee of five local people (librarians are not permitted to serve) who will take local submission for books to ban. If they choose to ban a book, any librarian who allows a minor to check out […]
Vernon Unsworth is one of the rescue divers who helped free the children who’d been stuck in a cave in Thailand; Unsworth made some pointed remarks about the disutility of Elon Musk’s proposal to bring the children out in a miniature sub, to which Musk replied by publicly calling Unsworth “pedo guy” and “child rapist” […]
One takeaway you may have discovered about your new WFH lifestyle is that you probably need a couple of new pieces of tech to get your home office running more smoothly. Since Zoom meetings and more VoIP (voice over Internet) communication is probably in your future, now’s the time to start taking this new workflow […]
“Drawing used to be a civilized thing to do, like reading and writing. It was taught in elementary schools. It was democratic. It was a boon to happiness.” – Michael Kimmelman With so much chaos in the world, it’s never been more important to find activities that center us and bring us joy. And while […]
Today, most people want to live a socially conscious lifestyle and minimize their impact on the world. While companies are addressing this need by embracing sustainable farming and sourcing recycled materials, many financial services firms only provide account holders with a secure place to store funds. Aspiration is a financial firm with a conscience, that […]