Got my NC ballot. The tracking site at https://northcarolina.ballottrax.net/voter/ reports that it is “outbound” (as opposed to “inbound”). The other two states are “received” and “accepted” (meaning “counted”, I think).
Now all I have to do is figure out who I’m voting for. (For things like NC State Auditor. I already know about the top of the ticket. Keep your shirt on.)
THIS. (Also: this would fit in a fortune cookie.)
Richard Feynman (@ProfFeynman) Tweeted: If you’re the smartest person in the room, then you’re in the wrong room. 🧠
«[Churchill] needed the men to go to war. The women to work the factories. And their children to be sent, often alone, to the countryside. To fight an enemy isn’t some mental Zen or soothing lies from leaders. It isn’t drinking more tea. A war effort isn’t calm, and he knew that.»
Word has it (from my in-laws, who live in the district) this is actually a close race. This is Mark Meadows’s old seat, and his replacement is a real loon, although he’s trying to hide that.
This video is pretty great. 🙂
Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) Tweeted: I’m crying.🤣😭🤣 Wait for the dismount… https://t.co/OHfw3vwhHs
Huh. Apparently, you CAN sue City Hall. Who knew?
«“It’s a sad day when the mere threat of a lawsuit can get city hall to reverse a decision it made,” said Helen Rosenthal, the council member»
Yada yada yada ok problem in vaccine.
Why I’m posting is: Statnews is the straight dope. When a politician says one thing and Statnews says another, I’mma trust Statnews.