I find it hard to get worked up about a lot of things. During the elections, I got in no arguments, Facebook or otherwise, with the hoodwinked imbeciles who voted for the unfiltered Putin wannabe. When my apartment came under a mouse invasion, I frowned and remarked we needed to buy some traps (versus my roommate who was ready to declare nuclear war on rodents and landlords). When my project partner didn't do her part, I tweeted passive aggressively and did it for her.
But there is one thing that gets my embers glowing: drunk driving. In 2016, the public sentiment tends to be, don't do it (can we say it louder for those in the back?). I stand and applaud this (and I keep clapping long after the audience has retaken their seats). Driving under the influence is barbaric, selfish, unnecessary, and every other negative adjective I can grab.Read More