Cars and questions

Workout notes: weights only; rotator cuff, pull ups (5 sets of 10, 1 of 5), incline: 10 x 135, decline: 10 x 165, military: 15 x 50 seated, supported, 10 x 45, 10 x 40 standing (dumbbell), rows: 2 sets of 10 x 50 single arm, 10 x 110 machine, plank, side plank, 6 x 30, 6 x 50 goblet squats, 10 x 210 leg press, knee stretches.

Weight: 188. (soup and rice last night)

Watch Sen. Klobuchar (who stayed a bit more political; focused on secure voting) and Sen. Harris question AG Barr:

Parking: I drove the red Prius and tried to find a remote spot to park. When I got back…

There is a reason this happens, but for now it escapes me and I cannot find the reference.

Biden surges to the lead but…

Yes, as expected, Biden got into the race and now has a nice plurality lead. If there was a clearly defined 2’nd place (and there really isn’t) I’d say it was Sanders or Warren.

My favorites: mired or sliding to irrelevance (I gave to Klobuchar but also like Harris and Booker)

But, well…deep down, I honestly think that Trump will win reelection, even though I find him unqualified, crude and embarrassing. One reason: well, IMHO, many who oppose Trump are also rather unpleasant.

Check this out:

Women are leaning in like mad, leading the resistance, voting in higher numbers and signing up to be candidates for office. But men have a responsibility — if they really do want a more gender-equitable world — to lean out, work actively to disavow their privilege and pitch in to get a woman elected president.

There are several highly qualified female candidates running for president. Every single man currently running or thinking of running should drop out and support one of these women. Now that would be real leadership.

And this is what counts for mainstream opinion on the left.