Hey Trumpsters, here’s the perfect chance for Trump to prove he is innocent! Oh wait… He’s not acting innocent, is he? Just the opposite, in fact.
Comically, Trump’s lawyers say maybe Trump could respond to written questions from Mueller or just sign something saying he is innocent. Right.
That they desperately want Trump to avoid being questioned by someone who has put Mafia bosses in prison shows they know their client is a culpable idiot.
And, of course, it’s not up to Trump or his lawyers what the terms of the questioning are. This is a criminal investigation.
You and I are done, Jeremy. I liked the fact that you were Old Labour, and that you represented a slap in the face to the Blairites. But your failure to provide a firmly pro-EU position in response to Theresa May’s omnishambles is beyond disappointing. This is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of her weakness and vacillation, and instead you treasonously join the Little Englanders.
The time has come for a Labour leader who knows how to lead.
I got inside the male brain and got to ask all those niggly questions about Men in relationships!! Robert Kandell has been helping people better communicate and connect in their relationships for 16 years.
We talked about a lot of things including, what men are thinking when they ghost women, what they are really thinking full.stop, how to get the best out of men in our relationships and of course, I asked Rob how he thinks the guys are feeling about the #metoo movement.
It’s a great listen. Find details inside.
i AM beyond excited to have my friend Kelly Notaras on Tuff Love this week at 10am PST. I’ll be live from NYC! Her first book is coming out and we’ll be talking about her process, the book industry and more.
Kelly runs KN Literary Arts who plays ‘matchmaker’ between aspiring book writers and editors. I had the good fortune to work one of her editors for my book proposal. Off the charts.
LOOKING for an ENTHUSIASTIC to be coached by Kelly and I on your book writing process. Please PM me if interested.
Things that make me happy – Day 2
(see day 1 for an explanation)
What’s making you happy today – these are my choices:
1. My colleagues at Fast Future – a wonderfully talented, innovative, funny, and highly likeable group of people and the best team I’ve ever worked with.
2. The incredible teachers I’ve worked with over the last five years who’ve helped me learn how to feel, connect, and access my heart – Rachael Hemsi, Marc Quinn, Nicole Daedone, Kapil Gupta, Rachel Cherwitz, Darren Eden, Justine Dawson, Jack Elias, Yia Vang, Newman Alexander, Justyna Kucharska, Steven Houghton-Burnett, Lubka Strhakova, Robert Kandell, Aubrey Anne Fuller, Eli Block, Maya Block, Elise Oursa, and so many others.
Broken-down disheveled drunk says his comments about treason were only aimed at Manafort and most certainly not at Don Jr., even though Manafort and Junior were both at the meeting with the Russians. Bannon regrets the misunderstanding, especially because Don Jr.’s dad is calling people saying you can support him or me but not both.
And here we thought Bannon was a tough guy, not a sniveling toadie.
It is important to note that Bannon does not dispute that he made the comments, which were in Wolff’s book.
Cherry – less ice today and open water past the Eastern Gap.
PEC Channel is very open with lots of birds.
Woodbine has gray water and waves coming in.
Lagoon at the Bluffs has open water but the geese are on land because the waves are battering in.
East Beach at the Bluffs is wavy and windy.
No deer, squirrel or raccoons to be seen.
OK, that’s the end of Research Theory and Method, AKA “Freshman English for Swedish University Seniors, Plus a Little Philosophy of Science, High School Statistics, and Miscellaneous Bits of the Scientific Method for Game Developers” class. In which we try to juggle the university’s demands for academic rigor with the fact that the kids haven’t written an academic paper the whole time they’ve been here, on account of how they have been building awesome video games instead, which *I*, at least, consider to be the point of the program. But I’m not the head of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Alas.
On to Interactive Storytelling, which will be more fun for all of us.
The men interviewing actors on the red carpet at the Globes are having a tough time being smooth talking to women about more than just fashion. These guys high key sound like idiots. Another reminder that feminism is for everyone. (Shout out to Mariah Carey for reminding Al Roker that women write songs too, w the shadiest shade.)
Hi! My art historical education is painfully western/European. What are your favorite art docs to assign students that exist outside the glorious world of BBC? Preferably completely engineered from the perspective of the peoples whose work is being discussed, but also available in English or at least with subtitles. TIA!
Btw, I have been searching on my own, but have had a hard time finding anything that comes from an academic-ish rigor. Instead have only found entertainment-ish stuff. I’m just tired of offering my students more info from Brits/white dudes.
Edit: Looking for more technique or historical or theory based stuff. For example, the BBC’s Secret of Drawing is fantastic. Wondering if there’s an equivalent.