I have this Presidents’ Day off work, and for you, dear readers, I’m in my bed, sipping my breakfast tea, rounding up an assortment of links from around the ol’ interwebs:
~ I haven’t watched even a minute of the Winter Olympics. I’m just not interested at all this time around, and what I’ve heard of NBC’s coverage (1) doesn’t surprise me and (2) repels me. Jonah Goldberg sums it up well.
~ Two spaces after a period: Why you should never, ever do it. This has been a hard, hard habit to break!
~ And more news in the typing world: Google’s decision to abandon Caps Lock.
~ A co-worker recently shared this about a ministry here in southwest Georgia. I can’t wait to get my candle!
~ This one has really been going around, and it’s worth a read: The new church lady
~ No, women don’t make less money than men. Politicians lie about this one all the time.
~ If this is true, it’s truly disturbing: U.S. Postal Service announces giant ammo purchase. I mean, those are the folks who, well, go postal!
~ Charles Krauthammer makes perfect sense (as usual): When you take over a sixth of the economy, you deserve the blame for everything that goes wrong.
Happy Monday & Happy Presidents’ Day to you!