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Today in My History

2000: Time for an Upgrade
2001:
The Magic of The Last Session
2002: 
Attack of the Killer Dildos
2003: 
Flying
2004: 
Imaginary Friends
2005: 
Harry, Hagrid & Weasley
2006: 
The Gilbert Dinner

2007: 
I'll Never Eat at Howard Johnson's Again
2008:  Grandpa
2009:  Changing Tastes
2010:
One Small Act
2011: 
You Won't See Them, of Course
2012: Old Guys, Old Stuff
2013: The Theater of the Mind
2014: Sunday Stealing
2015: 29 years

2016: In the Genes
2017: Just Kinda Snuck Up on Us
2018  Saturday 9
2019: Sunday Stealing
2020: The Latest
2021:
Stories that Remain


Books Read in 2022
 Updated 7/8
"Memory of an Elephant"
Alex Lasker
(book #32 in 2022)


My family

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Books Read in 2020
Books Read in 2019
Books Read in 2018
Books Read in 2017
Books Read in 2016
Books Read in 2015
Books Read in 2014
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Cast (updated 7/21)
 


Some Background Links:
The Philosophy of Juice & Crackers
The story of Delicate Pooh
The story of the Piņata Group
Pumpkin pies
Who IS this Gilbert person?
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PERP WALK

14 July 2022

So we've had Session 7 of the January 6 hearings, another bombshell 2 hours, confirming (or not denying) the important parts of the testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson.  And two members of extremist groups talked about how they came to D.C. at the invitation of Trump, not intending to go to the capital until he invited the crowd to go...and expected him to go with them.  They also said that as soon as they heard the Tweet from Trump (many hours later), they left and had he tweeted earlier, they might not have stormed the capitol.

Apparently next week's Session 8 is going to take us, minute by minute, through all that happened on January 6.

I had to write a pen pal letter that I have never written before.  This was to someone to whom I had sent a letter of welcome to the League of Extraordinary Pen Pals on Facebook. In my chatty welcome letter, I mentioned watching the hearings, but didn't make any comment about my thoughts.  She returned with a nice letter, but said she hadn't watched any of the hearings because she's a devoted Trump fan, she knows he has done nothing wrong and that the hearings are merely "democratic distraction," which sounds like something she might have picked up from FOX.

Well...that wasn't going to be a relationship that was going to blossom!  I told her that our political views were quite different and that while I respected her opinion, she should get her facts straight before expressing them, explaining that two of the questioners were Republican and most, if not all, of the people testifying are Republicans, who had worked with Trump.

I don't expect to hear back from her!

I have watched all of the hearings and it is one negative thing after another, and one wonders how the president of the United States can get away with all that Trump has done (and continues to do -- he recently called someone who is scheduled to testify, who didn't take the call and reported it to the Department of Justice.  Other people have been threatened.)

I am wondering what is going to happen when the hearings have finished.  Certainly there is so much information that has come out that Trump can't go scot-free.  I don't see the former president of the country actually arrested, but oh how I want to see a perp walk.

I would at least like to hear some regret at the lives of the people who have been changed because of the events of January 6...like the two policemen who have lost their jobs, one of whom is physically injured so that he can no longer work as a policeman. 


Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell. Gonell's doctor recently told him
that wounds to his left shoulder and right foot had
prevented him from continuing work as a police officer.

Or the people who were murdered during the attack.  But "regret" is an emotion our ex-president seems unable to feel.

It saddens me that it seems that the people who need to listen to these hearings are not watching them.  If they are, how can people like Lindsay Graham, for example, continue to be so supportive of his buddy.  And what does it say about them for their support in light of all the evidence presented in the hearings?
 

PHOTO OF THE DAY


Cassidy Hutchinson,                                 Pat Cipollone

 

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