October 13th, 2020



The Son of Hallmark returns. Every f---ing station. I can't even...

Last night on the news...

The Orange County District Attorney is investigating unofficial ballot drop boxes set up at churches, political party offices and retail locations. The boxes, which also popped up in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, are labeled to resemble county-sanctioned containers, and some public officials have shared their locations, encouraging supporters to use them to cast their votes.

The California Republican Party admitted to placing the boxes. In an email, state GOP spokesman Hector Barajas said the party will "continue our ballot harvesting program and not allow the Secretary of State to suppress the vote."

Secretary of State Alex Padilla sent a memo on Sunday to all county registrars statewide clarifying that fake drop boxes are illegal.

"In short, providing unauthorized, non-official vote-by-mail ballot drop boxes is prohibited by state law," Padilla said. The guidance adds a violation of the state's election code carries a penalty of up to four years in prison.

I can't even...

I fear I've lost a friend because I spoke my mind. That makes me sad, but if it is to be, then I guess that's it. I opened up the cupboard where we keep the cat food and a cockroach fell on me. Not the best way to wake up - coffee is better.

The only thing keeping me sane at all...
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And today is Tuesday... what other joys are awaiting me?
Thoughtful David McCallum

Just wondering

Have you ever lived in or visited a haunted house (not a Halloween one, but a real one)?

Is experiencing the supernatural something you would like to encounter or would you prefer to just read about it (or maybe not even that)?

If you had the option, would you like to return as a ghost to haunt some place and, if yes, where would you haunt?

For those not into the supernatural -

Have you ever had a secret admirer?

Have you ever been stalked?

If your parents hated your partner you currently loved would you ditch him or carry on with him despite the protests?