Few things are as discouraging as a 20 comment Facebook argument between two people that only occurred because neither participant read anything more than the headline.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 22, 2019
Anything worth doing is worth doing really badly multiple times until you figure what you’re doing wrong, what you need to change and what ends up working for you in the long run.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 20, 2019
I’m sort of disappointed that the Shade Store is a place that sells window treatments and not a place where drag queens provide you with the perfect bon mot for any occasion.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 11, 2019
The current 3-3 Superbowl is proof that soccer can take off in US.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 4, 2019
Those creepy robots showing up in Superbowl ads exist in the grand canyon of uncanny valleys.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 4, 2019
Disk?— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 3, 2019
Stop using pie charts when you have more than four categories.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 1, 2019
Sorry Marie Kondo, but all 27 of these frayed USB cables spark joy in my life. And also electricity.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) January 21, 2019
But mostly electricity. They are a fire hazard. Seriously.
Ok, throwing them out.
As the government shutdown extends into the new year, public lands and national parks are struggling to handle the trash, waste, and other damage from visitors.National parks face overflowing trash, toilets in second week of shutdown
There is no more fitting metaphor for the Republican party than the piles of trash and overflowing toilets at our beautiful national parks and monuments.