I talked to my friend Ted's wife this morning and he is doing extremely well. The removed the breathing tubes last night and are going to sit him up in a chair sometime today. Speaking of heart health, when is the worst time to have a heart attack:
Personally, I think anytime is a bad time to have a heart attack.
Heart attacks really do suck and apparently so do some governors:
I really think the governor's office made a mistake by reacting to the tweet, they should have just ignored it.
Speaking of bad policy when are the big companies ever going to learn that they are going to get the public's angst when they go after the little guy.
Another case where ignoring would have been the best policy.
Wendy Kaminer authored yesterday's quote. "Creativity belongs to the artist in each of us. To create means to relate. The root meaning of the word art is "to fit together" and we all do this every day. Not all of us are painters but we are all artists. Each time we fit things together we are creating - whether it is to make a loaf of bread, a child, a day" was authored by an artist and member of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. She combined sacred and activist ideas with her silk screen for popular art and posters in the 1960s. Fellow artist Ben Shahn described her as a "joyful revolutionary." She designed the 1985 "Love" stamp, reportedly the best-selling postage stamp in history. In 1965 her "Peace on Earth" Christmas exhibit in IBM’s New York show room was seen as too subversive and Corita had to amend it. However, her work continued to be an outlet for her activism. "I am not brave enough to not pay my income tax and risk going to jail. But I can say rather freely what I want to say with my art." Born in 1918 & died in 1986. Tell me who designed the 1985 love stamp and then you can tell me who authored today's quote.