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7/21/24 9:53pm Sunday
Did some revising of the layout for the theme settings.  It's easier to read and more streamlined.

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7/5/24 10:49pm Friday
Soo sleepy.  After getting locked out of my gmail account I am finally beginning the process of migrating out of my gmail account over to another email provider.  I've had a few failures and I'm pretty tired right now, so I'll work on it more later, but for now I am trying to forward all of my important emails over to my new email address.

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6/28/24 12:02am Friday
Alright, I have 5 days of computer activity per day as per my new ActivityWatch app and I have a pretty consistent screen time of 4 hours per day.

I feel like I spend too much time on my computer, so the question becomes how do I want to limit my usage and by how much?

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5/12/20 11:48am Friday
Audio book: Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court by Mollie Hemingway; editor at the Federalist and Carrie Severino, Judicial Crisis Network and previously a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Summary: Of all of the vicious and horrible things that have happened to the president and various other people of the Trump administration, this is easily one of the worst.  Sadly, there are a few other things going on that are arguably worse.  Even worse is that there may well be worse things to come.

This is the inside story of how an innocent man was framed and vilified in the media, at home, and in his confirmation hearing, which most view as an interrogation and sentencing trial for a terrorist.  He was accused of sexual misconduct/ rape by upwards of a dozen women.

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