On the first day of Hanukkah…

I promise I won’t keep going on forever about political crap but…

A friend posted on facebook today that on the first day of Hanukkah, the Alabama GOP candidate for JBS’s seat lost the election. And… On the second day of Hanukkah, Omarosa (Manigault Newman) resigned (or was faaaared and frog-marched out) from her “position” at the White House. Until I read an article by a reporter who “shadowed” Omarosa for a morning at the WH, I didn’t know who the heck she was. I never watched Trump’s stupid reality show (I HAVE watched “Naked and Afraid”, mind you). The reporter who wrote the article couldn’t figure out what the heck Omarosa actually, uh, did to earn her pay. As near as the reporter could figure out, all of us taxpayers were paying for Omarosa to make arrangements for her wedding, which is what she did all morning.

I’m not sure anything happened on the third day of Hanukkah but Good Riddance to Roy Moore and Omarosa (Manigault Newman). My beloved [Jewish] boss did not have a great start to the third day of Hanukkah, as he spent a half hour sitting on the I94 18-Wheel Clogway waiting for multiple accidents to be cleared. People? People? People? Slooooooooow down!

If you have gotten this far, I am done with the political stuff for tonight. Now the GG is asking me all kinds of financial questions. I know the answers to some of these questions. I do not know the answers to all of these questions. Some of these questions are inscrutable. What? The last question got me going big-time but in a gooooood way. “What is an ACH transaction?” Oh man, I wrote a spec on that when we were modernizing our ACH stuff at work. Jeebus, I know the ACH file format inside and out and a whole bunch more that you do not even want to know. To give the GG some credit, he kind of knew what an ACH transaction was and that I probably knew the file format, etc. He knew enough to know that the ACH question would make me happier than his earlier ones, because I could talk about my work.

The pic is the GG wielding a Yooper Scooper to clear our sidewalk last night.

One Response to “On the first day of Hanukkah…”

  1. Margaret Says:

    Looks like you have a lot of snow! I can’t keep up with all the craziness at this WH. I don’t remember having such jangled nerves when Obama was president. “No drama Obama”