I find all his talk about arming teachers disgusting on a level I can’t really even express. I don’t know what to compare it to. It’s one of those rare things that hits in a place I hadn’t yet armoured over with cynicism.
Ah, see for me it’s all new, so your posts are creating all sorts of new mental connections between existing information and artworks I previously didn’t realize were related. I mean, much like learning anything else new, it gets all connected up with the old stuff and changes how you see it.
Ah.. they’re having 80s day at CrossFit. A lady in white spandex, neon pink leg warmers, jean jacket vest, and a yellow head band with top ponytail just walked across the parking lot. I’m tempted to go down there and critique their playlist.
I used to deposit my checks via my bank’s app, too. And then they went top-secret complicated to even sign-in to the app and now I’m forced to use the vacuum tubes. Although, I do kinda enjoy the satisfaction that comes from watching analog hi-tech in action.
I started watching the Viking series not long ago. It was pretty good but I felt like it was competing for space in my head with Game of Thrones.
WASHINGTON — President Trump on Thursday enthusiastically embraced a National Rifle Association position to arm highly trained teachers to fortify schools against mass shootings like the one last week. Mr. Trump, who said the armed teachers should receive extra pay as an incentive, promoted his idea as demands for stronger gun control intensified across the country.
“You give them a little bit of a bonus, so practically for free, you have now made the school into a hardened target,” Mr. Trump said. The president estimated that 10 percent to 40 percent of school employees would be qualified to handle a weapon — he offered no data for the claim — and said he would devote federal money to training them.