What more need I say. Roger Stone? Another indicted associate of Donald Trump.
It Does Matter
Kamala Harris, who has broken barriers as a California senator and the state’s former attorney general, launched her presidential campaign for 2020, jumping into an increasingly diverse Democratic field so far dominated by a new generation of women and minority candidates.
It does matter. Really.
Postscript: Ms. Harris prounces her first name KAH-ma-la.
About a year ago I signed up for a free service offered by Xfinity, my internet service provider. The service is called Nomorobo. When using this service with my Xfinity Voice account, all robo calls are blocked after the first ring. Blocked. Stopped in their tracks. Ended.
What a great service it is. No more annoying telemarketers, political robo calls, or IRS agents trying to get me to give them my credit card number over the phone.
It does matter.
Early last month I began investigating some of the online eyeglass retailers who advertise prescription glasses at a fraction of the price of your local optometrist.
After considerable reading, I settled on Payne Glasses as my choice for my next pair of glasses. After having my optometrist send me my presecription, I went online at Payne Glasses and ordered my first pair.
Mind you, these are multi-focal progressive lenses that I ordered. They have an anti-glare coating and are protect from 100% of UV rays. From start to finish – less than two weeks – my eyeglasses arrived in my mailbox. Guess what? They are attractive, well made, and I can see great with them.
My last pair of glasses, purchased at my optometrist, cost me around $450.00 (including substantial discounts, supposedly). My new pair of Payne Glasses cost me less than $48.00 delivered to my door.
It does matter.