Me: [Mixes a stiff drink]
Wife: You know it's only Wednesday.
Me: Everybody's a critic.
Me: You're on me about this after being on me about the coffee.
Wife: The coffee?
Me: [realizes I had the coffee conversation entirely in my own head]. Uhh, nothing. I love you.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki refuses to comment on Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-GA) conspiracy-laden and violent social media activity:
“I’m not gonna speak further about her in this briefing room.”
Related: My 8yo suggested that we stop calling Trump "The Mean President" in our house, because he is no longer president. He suggested instead "He who must not be named."
Legal writers: Here's all the ways @ewarren would have stopped this Gamestop BS.
Finance Writers: Boo! Stop talking about the she-witch.
Republicans: Biased Socialist Writer Alert!
Dems: SHE LOST, stop trying to make fetch happen!
Progressives: Bernie would have won.
(sorry, the *backstory* here is that finance writers, as a rule, get paid WAY MORE than legal writers. There's tons more of them, entire publications and television networks devoted to their craft. Legal writers just cover, you know, AN ENTIRE BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT. No biggie.)
Legal writers: Which attack on the American system of justice and fairness should I write about today?
Finance writers: GAMESTOP
Legal writers: wut?
Finance writers: GAMESTOP. MARKET MANIPULATION. GET YO LEARN ON!
Everybody: [clickity click click]
Legal writers: fucking shoot me.
My wife just translated @matt_levine's "market boredom" theory of Signal (and linked it to Gamestop) in words that I can understand (sometime I can't understand Matt in the original Matt), and now I want them to collaborate on a whole television series around this topic.
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