So I've been wondering why the hell the #GOP doesn't rein @realDonaldTrump in. They have to realize it's ruining their credibility, and he betrays all the things #conservatives are supposed to value. 1/
I’ve been wondering who the 40 million Brazilians who voted for Bolsonaro yday are, and my mum sent me this polling (link below). There are some demographic trends...
EDUCATION: support for Bolsonaro correlates with higher levels of education
- 1st pic “até a 4a série” (~primary school in UK) 17% JB
- 2nd pic “5a a 8a série” (~yr7-9 in UK) 25% JB
-3rd pic “ensino médio”(sixth form) 36% JB
-4th pic “ensino superior” (uni) 43%
INCOME. Support for Bolsonaro correlates with earning more.
- 1st pic: ppl on 1x min wage 19% JB
- 2nd pic: ppl on 1-2x min wage 27% JB
- 3rd pic: ppl on 2-5x min wage 39% JB
- 4th pic: ppl on 5x min wage 51% JB
So I've been thinking about the precedents that have been set recently by the left and msm. Of course these are NOT legal precedents, but simply position precedents. WE MUST HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE.
2) 'Allegations of sexual wrongdoing must be believed'
What happens when we get to the sex crimes that will be exposed?
'Those accused are guilty until they can prove innocence'
Not saying I agree, but how will the msm report on it?
3) 'FBI investigations are essential and to be believed.'
What if they implicate those lefty darlings for making false statements?
What if they prove that Senators are leaking and coordinating the resistance?
What if they expose corruption of the former administration?
So I’ve come to the conclusion that becoming a Daddy is like when X-Men start developing their mutant powers.
At first you can’t control your powers and it’s sporadic and doesn’t kick in when you want it. But the more you practice the better control you get. #DGProper
I’ve been battling my arch nemesis, Sidneto, & I’ve taken some L’s. But my Daddy powers are getting stronger. I’m starting to be able to control them. There’s moments when I’m doing the Dad stuff I’ve seen or heard others do but I didn’t know how they did it. #DGProper
This morning my wife goes to get the brat up. As I’ve said before, she’s preggers & can’t just snatch the child up for a timeout. She also can’t make her do something. She’s too big and my wife is too pregnant. So the brat tries it w/ her.
I'm eventually gonna tweet out a thread about getting diagnosed with ADHD this June but this article about ADHD and sleep disorders is the most fascinating thing I've read while researching my new dx: additudemag.com/adhd-sleep-dis…
It's rough to write about because it's basically 29 years worth of misdiagnoses that are so clear in context to be such, but at the time still felt like progress. Oof. Like this really was obvious in me at 5, except for how badly folks misread inattention in girls in the 80s 😐
One of the things that lead to me getting diagnosed is this piece: "ADHD Is Different for Women" theatlantic.com/health/archive… "Women with [ADHD] tend to be less hyperactive and impulsive, more disorganized, scattered, forgetful, and introverted." (ok, except the introverted part 😅)
I had another life-threatening heart/lung episode today.
I'm not sure how much of it had to do with my cutting my heart meds back to once a day while appealing the increased price by my health insurance from $120 for 60 pills to $1k for 60 pills.
We had to call 9/11.
I couldn't afford to go to the hospital--when you call 9/11 the city charges you $1,200 for the trip to nearest hospital.
They only accept cash.
The EMTs checked me out, told me to take the heart meds the way they were prescribed, established I wasn't in VFib, just SVT AFib.
So all day, instead of doing work that needs to be done, I have been trying to get my heart rate under 140, which given my lung meds increase my heart rate, has been more work: breathing exercises my PT taught me, single nostril breathing @HillaryClinton taught me (try it).
So I've been away from the city for a couple weeks. (thread)
I went home to Montana for the holidays, and almost immediately I started to feel better. Less tired, less foggy. Up until now, I haven't really entertained the thought of moving, thinking that David would probably just follow me wherever I go.
But when I left for Montana, everything seemed to improve. Like maybe David wouldn't follow me after all. Maybe he was tied to the house, not me. Being home felt safer, and I managed to relax a little bit.