I’m writing for tomorrow. It’s 82° at my desk. That’s too hot, but it’s 20° less that what it would have been at the old place. I’ll be ordering my AC on Monday. That will guarantee cold weather until July. I spent the entire morning gathering the data for today’s Monthly Report, so the Poll Results will be delayed until Saturday. Day 11.
Jig Zone Puzzle:
Today’s took me 3:02 (average 4:46). To do it, click here. How did you do?
From The New Yorker: After being banned by the N.B.A. Tuesday afternoon, the Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling told reporters that he would miss being around people he hates.
“Sure, I’m saddened by this,” Sterling said. “Sitting in the stands night after night, a boiling cauldron of hatred bubbling inside me—it doesn’t get better than that. Those were good times.”
“Knowing that I’ll never be able to sit in that arena again and look down on the people I despise—that hurts the most,” he said.
Andy describes just how unhappy that typically racist Republican will be, IF the ban sticks.
From Upworthy: When it comes down to it, these kids get it — love is love, and family is family. And the way they talk about their families is absolutely adorable. Prepare to be charmed and delighted.
Isn’t this wonderfully different from the hatred Republicans teach their children to spew.
The shiny new law has been on hold and now its dead. .pdf is here.
In Tuesday’s decision, U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman in Milwaukee determined the law requiring voters to show one of a narrow set of photo IDs at the polls violated the federal Voting Rights Act and established an unconstitutional burden on the right to vote. He issued an injunction barring the law from being enforced.
State Attorney General (Republican) J.B. Van Hollen, who had defended the law, immediately pledged to take the case to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago.
This is a big win for the people of Fitzwalkerstan and a big loss for Fartfuhrer Walker and Republican election theft.