Finally! Time for the sportsball and beer!
Finally! Found the exact charger I need it!
No charger here either. Batteries plus next. God, I need a beer.
No go with getting a laptop charger. Best Buy next.
Coming back up to the room to grab my battery pack and give my phone a charge. I’ve been using it left and right today to take pictures.
Time for first and second breakfast!
Passing some time in front of the electric fireplace.
This is a really nice room. I’m going to need to take pictures of everything. Time to find some food.
Finally arrived in Salt Lake City. Time to call a ride to get to my hotel, and a beer.
Waiting for the next leg of my trip while I eat my food.
I needed to grab something to eat before I murdered someone. The wheelchair thing wasn’t helping either. Way too much advocacy for one day.
I’m always so proud of myself whenever I managed to make it through TSA without making a snarky comment.
First adventure: flight delay. Oh boy!
Back home. Time to finish packing before I leave for Salt Lake City tomorrow.
Dinner from earlier.
Back home for the evening.
Weekly run for cigarettes.
Checking in in order to test Own Your Check-in to post swarm check inns to my own site. This is also why I am adding a photo to this.
The below is from a pro-Trump interview, the full video of which is below. The quote in question, in text form, so everyone can read it.
GIULIANI: I’ll tell you the whole history of it! So, when
(Trump) first announced it, he said, “Muslim ban.” He
called me up. He said, “Put a commission together.
Show me the right way to do it legally.” I put a
commission together with Judge LMikeJ Mukasey, with
Congressman (Mikel McCaul, (Rep.) Pete King; whole
group of very expert lawyers on this. And what we did
was, we focused on — instead of religion, danger! The
areas of the world that create danger for us! Which is a
factual basis, not a religious basis. Perfectly legal,
perfectly sensible. And that’s what the ban is based on.
And the video, with the quote in its context.
Let that sink in for a minute. We knew we couldn’t have an outright Muslim ban legally, so we found a way to get around the law so we could ban an entire group of people based on their religious affiliation. There are zero ways you can defend this. Zero.
Testing a micropub endpoint without a photo. #indieweb