in other news you have a despot taking over your country
8:04 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
8:39 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
A despot. Cute. Keep up the hysterical temper tantrum.
9:27 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
How do you call freshly pompously inaugurated country leaders that declare the day of their inauguration "national patriotism day" again ? Harassing and lying to the press on a daily basis ?
Is this an african country ? or 1980s south america ? That even would be preferable to germany's late 1930s.
9:35 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
How can a president be pompously inaugurated? Was the inauguration really less pompous than Obama's in 2008?
Does a national day of patriotic devotion bother you? Which part? As defined by his executive order: 'in order to strengthen our bonds to each other and to our country—and to renew the duties of Government to the people.'
He sure sounds like a divider.
If the 'press' had any interest in real journalism and holding power to account, you may have a point... but they spent the Obama years acting as his PR department and the campaign as the unofficial voice of Hillary. The new administration should continue calling out fake news.
9:40 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
One can only imagine Obama's version: 'in order to further divide us from each other and strengthen the dependency of the citizen to the state – and to enshrine the duties of the maker to the taker.'
9:43 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Mac Pro is Dead:
Wishing for Daring Fireball With Comments but Without the Alt-Right
9:46 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
@Mac Pro is Dead:
Somebody fed them after midnight.
10:54 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Hate to go off-topic here, but I'm hoping that 10.3 allows the new TV App to actually display movies I've downloaded to my iPod Touch without having to be connected to a network. Hey software, stop looking for a cellular connection on an iPod Touch!
11:55 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
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