Hey! Since Twiiter is not playing well with my account I’m trying out micro.blog. Interesting option.
At halftime the Rapids lead 2-1. Beautiful night for some soccer.
Grammar always matters!
Some Google employees are protesting Project Dragonfly — and for good reason.
— Read on www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/does-dont-be-evil-still-apply-google/2018/12/04/634f065c-f731-11e8-863c-9e2f864d47e7_story.html
As we all gather for Thanksgiving this year, despite what is going on we have a lot to be thankful for.
There is a lot of discourse in the United States after a long and heated election. It is continuing now after the surprise outcome that many did not see coming.
But we need to be thankful, thankful we live in a country that allows for the discussion and disagreement to take place. There are many countries in the world that do not allow for this to happen.
We need to be thankful that in two months we will have a peaceful transition of the presidency. There have been many transitions of leaders around the world that have not been peaceful.
While we are celebrating we must not forget the history we have to learn from. For this we are thankful because we can learn from it and not make those same mistakes again. This world is closer and more diverse than ever, we need to be sure that people from all backgrounds are safe and protected.
Finally, we should be thankful for our family and friends. Without them, specifically for me, I wouldn’t be who I am today. I hope that is the same for you too.
If it is not, there are places where you can go to get that love and support. I hope you can find that.
There is a lot to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving Day in 2016. Let us all pause and think about it and try to combat all th negativity that surrounds us this season.
I think the US Potal Service is losing its since of geography. I’ve had two issues with deliveries going all over the globe without being delivered to me in Colorado.
The first one was ordered in mid-July for a gift. It’s was ordered from an entity in London but shipped at the end of the month from Stockholm.
It made it to San Francisco on August 9 and was scanned a few times in Burlingame and SF through August 18. It was scanned in Los Angeles on August 19 before being scanned in Stockholm again on August 24. It is back in the United States now after being scanned in New York City on August 26. It made it across the Hudson today to Teterboro, NJ.
Another package that we ordered shipped from Memphis on August 19 but the USPS thought it should go to Guam where it was scanned on August 24. It made it to Hawaii on August 26 where it remains today.
Hope my packages are having fun and will someday make it to Colorado.
I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year. I hope everyone had a great 2013 and has an even better 2014. I am looking forward to 2014.
Be safe everyone and have a good year.
I hope everyone enjoys and has a wonderful Christmas. It will be wonderful one in Denver since we are having a white Christmas. Merry Christmas!
I was having a quite wonderful evening until 9:22 when Promark Research Corporation called. I then learned that the Do Not Call List doesn’t apply to them.
While I removed myself from their call list, I’m not to happy that our elected officials sold us out and excluded companies like that. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.
What I think that got me upset was that they called after 9 am in the evening. Im still not sure they are supposed to call that late. No research firm shouldn’t be able to call that late. They sounded offended that I was upset.
Promark, get a clue and a conscious. The business you are in and how you are doing it is unethical. You do not get good information when you make people upset.
Update: While the law exempts from companies seeking opinions or completing surveys, including the call hours, best practices specify that companies should follow the law and restrict calls from 8 AM to 9 PM. Promark doesn’t seem to be following best practices.