I’m tired. Still. 8+ hours of sleep, and it took all the effort I had to get out of bed this morning.
Personally, I don’t care to be around cigarette smoke because it normally gives me a bad headache. I don’t think I would ever take it to the extreme of the small “No Smoking” circle stickers on the windows of the car I parked next to this morning. Little 1″ circles, one on both sides. Just looked odd, and obviously stood out.
Speaking of smoking, as I walked in the office building door there were 10 people outside smoking. It was 9am. How can that many people need a cigarette break at 9am? (I watched 4 of the 10 come outside, so they weren’t stopping and having the last cigarette before they went inside.) I don’t get it.
Drug Ruling Worries Some in Public Housing (NY Times, Free subscription required) Here’s the scoop: 79 year old man could be kicked out of his public housing in Oakland because the “Supreme Court upheld a federal law that permits the eviction of public housing tenants if a family member who lived in their unit, or a guest, was arrested on drug charges.” I say if it is a one-bedroom apartment you should have a clue if someone living with you is doing drugs. Then again, if you’re partially paralyzed and your live-in caretaker hides crack pipes in your apartment, is that really your fault? So … what do you think?