The next two days are in the 90s so I'll have to change my normal week schedule. I don't want to do groceries, 4 week labs, and taking out trash and recycling all on Wednesday, so I think that will be groceries and Thursday will be the other two.
Our regional postal chief is out after an assault on a subordinate. This doesn't say if he was fired or resigned, but he's definitely out. She had to call 911, so it's got to be a fairly big assault.
The Salahi's, those who crashed the first State Dinner and were close to trying the second, tried to get into a new club with the cover charge waived for VIPs. It didn't work at first, but eventually did; however, they didn't make it into the party for the Backstreet Boys.
South Carolina has a Democratic candidate for Senate who seems to be a bit too dull for that. He doesn't know a lot of things, like why he was discharged early from the military, and has trouble focusing. There's some thought that a lot of Republicans voted for him in the primary to get him against the Republican instead of the other Democratic candidate in the primary. Okay, there's a lot of unknown stuff here, but the WashPost interview included all his repeated words and poor language choices. They don't normally do this for interviews -- they clean up the extra language -- and I wonder why they didn't for him.