“If you have sources for funding the construction of these additional new schools other than the City’s Capital Improvement Plan, we would benefit from that knowledge.”
This is a bad, anti-climate, anti-human take.
“People in apartments are usually transients. That’s another concern I have. If we just build big buildings, they’re going to be filled with transients who enjoy the city while they’re single and then move to one of the counties when they have a family,” she said. “That bothers me. It doesn’t build stability.”
Last month, speaking for the all-white, predominantly Republican body, Harter denounced critical race theory, joining a mounting number of local officials ensnared in debate over a graduate-level academic framework not taught in K-12 schools for understanding how racism affects how people live.
I did not need to know this story! I do think, after enjoying the first half of this, that I would just read books about every Hunger Games, which I think is not the point of this series.
So much showing in this movie! A nice change of pace from all The Intimatings I’ve watched recently.
The best thing about the first two thirds of Phenomena (1985) is the soundtrack, closely followed by Jennifer Connelly’s big white tie. The best thing about the last third is everything.
This was, I think, the sixth building I’d been in since March 16th.
One of my favorite online people, Janelle Shane, has put together a month’s worth of AI-generated drawing prompts, which I’m going to try and do but with photos. Some of them are easy, like today’s “This space station,” but, some of them, whew. What’s a photo of “Eleventamnesia” look like?
P.S. If you don’t already, subscribe to Shane’s blog, AI Weirdness. Every post makes me die with laughter.