I brought my “Awesome in 2013” surveys to my school library visit. Their book club is full of Tumblr girls. Now Thor (see previous post) is being edged out by Tom Hiddleston for Best Actor. Unfortunately, they were split on Best TV Show so the tweens from last night are still in the lead with “Shake It Up.”
I am doing an “Awesome in 2013” awards program at the library where teens can vote for their favorite things to 2013. Right now, we are in the nomination stage. One girl turned in her form with the following:
i dont procrastinate because im lazy i procrastinate because theres so much shit i need to do and its fucking overwhelming and i distance myself from it and do things that bring at least some enjoyment and then i get even more overwhelmed when ive procrastinated for too long i cant win its a vicious cycle
I had the whole holiday to take an exam, write 1 paper, do 2 projects, and one lab. Now I have to do it all by midnight.
Thank you so much for your due diligence that was absent during the run up to the war in Iraq and the rollout of Medicare D, but is there for every incarnation of this website that you do not even have to use since you can always pick up the phone to get Obamacare savings.
And thank you for putting in writing that you are only capable of definitively reporting that the website is in crisis and that it is “difficult” to determine if it is working.
So now people who are determined to spread the meme that a malfunctioning website is a disaster that is more disastrous than millions of people going bankrupt or dying without insurance can continue to do so.
Because you know, there’s no way to tell if the website is working or not, because if people say the site is working that is just anecdotal and if the government says it is working that’s just propaganda.