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Trump kids vs Bloomberg kids

Michael Bloomberg has 2 daughters, Emma and Georgina:

Georgina's life seems to be centered around animals, whether in her equestrian career, philanthropic pursuits, or home life. She told Gotham magazine that she has several rescued animals—five dogs, a pig, a goat, two mules, and two miniature horses, to be exact—in addition to the horses she rides to compete.

She's been involved with the Humane Society of the United States, the ASPCA, and Animal Aid USA. As she told Town & Country in 2016, "Dan Abrams [Chief Legal Affairs Anchor for ABC News] said something that had a profound effect on me... I asked him if he was an animal lover and he said, 'Well, I can't really say that I'm an animal lover because I don't do anything positive for them.' I've always loved animals and it made me realize that I have to transfer that passion to doing something to help them."

Emma is resolutely private and has pursued a career in the non-profit world. She spent six and a half years at the noted Robin Hood Foundation, a leading poverty-fighting organization in New York City, before founding Murmuration. Not unlike her father's company, which offers data and analytics-driven insights to the financial sector, Murmuration hopes to improve kids' educational outcomes with data and predictive machine learning models. In Town & Country's June/July 2017 cover story, Michael Bloomberg explained that his daughter's organization was "trying to help people get the political establishment to focus on school systems."

I have my first heart! Thank you

Joe coming up live on MSNBC at noon

I just read a post on one of my FB groups

American Pharoah, the Triple Crown winner is known for his sweet and friendly temperament, it’s said he never bites anyone. Apparently Mike Pence was invited to meet him where he is standing stud. Pharoah bit him on the arm so hard he almost fainted. Animals always know.

Seth Moulton is my congressman

I'm on his mailing list, but have stopped receiving emails for contributions. I was getting at least one a day, now none for the past week. I wonder if he's getting ready to drop out, he's going to be primaried in 2020, maybe he should concentrate on keeping his seat, I don't think it's going to be easy, he lost a lot of support because of his Pelosi stunt.

Saw my first yard sign today

Happy to say it was Biden


Will show Biden’s rally, just announced by Ali Velshi

I think Samuel Adams had Joe in mind when he said this

“If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.”

― Samuel Adams

Voted in MA, suprising turnout

I was a bit shocked by the turnout today, I always vote around the same time, usually walk, but today the sidewalks are full of wet leaves so I drove, had to circle around for a while to find a parking space, fairly large lot and it was full. It was busier today than 2016. According to the Boston Globe there are long lines across New England.

Red Sox beat Trump and Rudy's team

Sox beat Yankees to move on to the ALCS. Sad for Trump and Rudy.
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