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For anyone coming to the #denverprotests, there's a station I'm volunteering at on 10th and Sherman that has tons of supplies for tonight. We have bottles of baking soda solution, milk, food, and a medic here for anyone that needs it! Please spread the word!!! 2
What. The actual. Fuck. An autopsy would show intoxicants.
I mean, I'm not surprised. Appalled. Not surprised. They know the whole world is watching and just don't give a fuck. We can't let police, the justice system, the government, or anyone else get away with this shit again.
Watch how much work gets done with the "potential intoxicants" by the usual suspects of very awful people. https://twitter.com/MatthewACherry/status/1266469379757109248
The weirdest thing about dictating is the way my word count seems to magically increase without my typing at all.
This am we got up early for a quick 7mi mountain bike ride. Got home and took my older dog for a couple mile ride to test his injury recovery, then took both dogs on a 2mi walk plus did a 1hr workout. Doing restorative yoga at 4 + mtn biking again in the am.
I may regret this.
Every time Trump has a rally, I mean "Press Conference", I get another 500-1000 words in on my MS. Because I sure as hell won't be watching, or checking Twitter.