Capitol Preparing for Massive Rebellion?

Has anyone noticed the extreme security measures being implemented in Washington in preparation for the Inaugural next week? They’ve added concertina wire to a supposedly non-scalable fence around the capitol building as well as beought in as many as 30,000 armed (meaning rifles with ammunition) National Guard to protect the swearing in, The linked article says 20,000 but I’ve also read 30,000. Wow. Does their intelligence support the need for this or is this just a reaction to January 6? Do they expect 10’s of thousands of Trump supporters to create chaos? I’m unsure but it appears that way.

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What Rights Will Remain, Post Pandemic?

This made me laugh:

Then I stopped to think about what could be the truth in this. Now, here in the U.S. Congress, as well as a majority of states would have to vote to overturn any of the Bill of Rights so it’s doubtful we would lose any rights that way. The issue is, and has been, how much authority does government have over your life, even in what has been determined a National Emergency? We actusally need the courts to step in and tell government at every level, when they’ve gone too far. It seems that ately, even in the most regressive states (NY, CA) judges are siding with the people.

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A Customer Service Story

Customer service is a tough job. I know, because I’ve performed those duties, remotely, solving technical issues for customers. It’s not a job everyone can do. It’s very stressful at times because the representative often runs into people that are completely unreasonable. I say that it’s not a job for everyone because, in order to troubleshoot problems for customers (technical) you have to know to be able to ask the right questions. In other words, you need to know your stuff because many issues cannot be solved by reading and asking questions from a script.

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I Don’t Believe You

Anyone here want to support anything the government, state or federal, says about COVID-19?  Seriously. When one day they say masks are ineffectual, a month later they say masks are required, what is it we are supposed to believe? Think about the virogists and epidemiologists that , some 1300 of them, said that protesting for Social Justice o the streets would not spread the virus, but those of us that want to go to the park or beach, were serious offenders?

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