Just the facts, son.
... we become honest. Honest with each other as well as ourselves. We admit our failures and our weaknesses aloud. We become in fact humble.
Such a good column.
of the cheese in the microwave.
is really when they stop screaming and you can understand the lyrics. So more screaming would be better.
I just watched this wonderful TED talk about a fashion designer who makes clothes out of kombucha.
A friend gave me a kombucha mother a while ago, and I was fascinated by how quickly it could grow large and replicate itself. All it needs is tea and sugar.
She also gave me a kefir mother, which we made excellent use of. It only takes 12-24 hours to make a jar of kefir, which is a yogurty drink. You just pour in some milk. If you do it with coconut milk, you end up making something so astringent, you can use it as a facial cleaner or to clean the grout between your tile.
Resident? Food truck owner? Nearby business?
that I don't take personal responsibility for the long wait at the polls in Rio Rancho. But I posit that the most practical steps following the debacle include: Figuring out what went wrong, making a plan so that it never happens again.
There were some waits in Albuquerque, but if folks used the online tools available, there didn't have to be. While some polling sites had an hour or 90-minute wait, others just blocks away had a 5-minute wait.
I waited in line three minutes when I voted early. Getting it done in advance is another easy solution to avoiding lines, though one that voters shouldn't have to take out of fear that they may not get to vote if they wait until Election Day.
I didn't make any excuses. You're in a band?
I'm sorry you didn't get to vote. They owe it to citizens to figure out what went wrong and make it work efficiently next year.
You can vote at any of the 69 polling locations. This map will show you how long the wait is at each.
in Carlson's article.