I started shifting into break mode with a really nice, if somewhat windy, rollerblade. It was my first outing of the season in long sleeves. We may even need to turn our heater on before too long. In preparation for that, we had the heater serviced and discovered that it is pretty much at the end of its life and we should replace it soon. It isn't dangerous, just increasingly inefficient. SIGH. There goes another chunk of money.
Anyway, on to the links. I don't have many, because I have been really busy at work and at home (hence the need for the break).
I found this interesting: a note from a TPM reader about the advantages of going ahead to the Senate trial without getting House testimony from the reluctant witnesses.
Good job, Seattle! They saw the largest drop in single occupancy car commutes in the nation. I wish San Diego had done better on this metric!
Gretchen McCulloch's series on Weird Internet Careers looks really interesting and I hope to read all of it next week. I have only read the first post so far.
If you haven't listened to this clip of Dr. Hill at the impeachment hearings, you should listen now. It is very good:
Hill’s striking answer when asked by GOP why she was “upset” with Sondland — in 79 seconds, she moves between how female anger is handled in the workplace to the difference between Sondland’s “domestic political errand” and her own work on national security. pic.twitter.com/szYrABv5XQ— Dan Diamond (@ddiamond) November 21, 2019
In recommended listening:
Ezra Klein's interview with Elizabeth Currid-Halkett about class and group membership was really good and thought-provoking.
Here is an awarding winning photo of bunnies!
And here's another bunny:
Happy weekend, everyone! I won't be posting links next week because of the holiday. I don't know if I'll manage to post something else since I won't be working. We'll see!