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To my (few) friends who supported Trump: I wish you could have experienced beautiful, loving, supportive, positive, diverse, non-violent and joyful Women's March in San Jose, Calif. yesterday. What a stark contrast to the hate-filled rhetoric of those who support the man who now sits in the Oval! . . .
Don't forget to go dark today to send advertisers a blunt message. No inauguration coverage at all. Tune TVs to other channels. All day. This is no problem for me, I haven't watched news since October. Don't have the stomach for it. . . .
When they go to the inauguration, we GO DARK. That's right. Tomorrow from 10 am until 6pm, don't completely turn off your television, but do unplug from the inauguration. Here's how: If you have cable or satellite TV, it's still possible to keep track of who is watching what. If you're a Nielsen . . .
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On the record We were two of only about five Caucasians in the sushi restaurant. I saw eastern Indians, Pakistanis, Chinese, Japanese, Latinos, Sikhs and so many different nationalities enjoying a sushi lunch in our very diverse city of San Jose, Calif. (Silicon Valley). I wore my new Love Trumps . . .
Vignette #1 I haven't watched or read most news since a few months before the election and now it's even more viscerally painful. So right now it's either the holiday music channel or the weather channel. I've never been as up to the minute on weather across the nation as I am these days. Oh, the . . .
Some months ago ago I had reason to be in a discussion involving someone who had at one point in their life been a key player in an anti-establishment human rights movement. Time passed and while that person hadn't drawn the lucky gene card, they'd drawn another lucky card and leveraged it to high . . .