It may have been “best” by June 19, 2010 . . .
. . . but I mixed it with olive oil to make salad dressing last night — only later noticing it was supposed to have been refrigerated — and it was fine.
Waste not, want not.
I’ve spent a lot of my life waging war on the Democratic party. . . .
This year, for the first time, I’m helping out the other side . . .
It’s a strange feeling to be working on the side of those whom you fought for so long. . . .
Having spent decades attacking the Democratic party, I don’t approach your party with any illusions about it being perfect. But I am convinced that the Democratic party has remained far truer to aspirational American values than the compromised, moral disgrace that is the party which endorsed Roy Moore and welcomes the dangerous lunacy of QAnon.
I am proud to be helping a good and decent man like Joe Biden.
— Stuart Stevens, author of It Was All A Lie: How The Republican Party Became Donald Trump.
And from the admiral whose inspirational make your bed graduation speech you’ve doubtless seen (6 minutes) . . . this even more impactful advice (even just the first 2 minutes if you’re pressed for time).
Have a great weekend.
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Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things.~George Carlin
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