Still suffering a bit of jet lag from my trip to San Diego in support of my book, Pizza for Good. We raised nearly $2,000 for San Diego Humane Society, and not all donations have been locked in. I’ll do a full recap on the book blog, too, over the weekend.
Vol. 72 will be a bit more abbreviated than normal, but watch for it tomorrow or at the latest Saturday.
Meantime here are some tweets to keep you tantalized:
Maybe one of the ways we dissuade shitty people from entering politics is, when they fuck over the entire country & then resign, we shun them instead of inviting them on awards shows & making them Visiting Fellows. https://t.co/8HeGoIJLrT
— Jon Zal (@jon_zal) October 19, 2017
Four weeks to the day after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico the island is still a disaster zone@BillWeirCNN reports https://t.co/WfblM5WqQd
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) October 19, 2017
and the best tweet I’ve received all year:
I can vouch for this. @bywillpollock thinks exactly like a Yale Law professor.
— Elizabeth de la Vega (@Delavegalaw) October 18, 2017
I’m following many stories, but the one I’m chewing on most is how Trump is in violation of Article II of the U.S. Constitution—and nobody’s doing anything about it.
More to come.
Will Pollock is an Atlanta-based freelance multimedia journalist focusing on pop-culture, politics, journalism & media, retail, real estate, travel, politics, and human interest.
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