Over the weekend, I was the victim of an attack on Twitter from a woman I had a relationship with in my personal life. I realize and apologize I had used poor judgement in my personal life regarding this relationship. The woman who posted this has reached out to me to apologize.Adam Kuhn, a longtime chief of staff for Rep. Steve Stivers (R-OH) • Discussing the photo of his, er, uh…assets that was tweeted to his boss by his girlfriend, a porn star named Jennifer Roubenes Allbaugh. Kuhn resigned from his position as a result of the tweet.
If an individual offers free shipping in association with a purchase or other offer, FAA would construe the shipping to be in furtherance of a business purpose, and thus, the operation would not fall within the statutory requirement of recreation or hobby purpose.The Federal Aviation Administration, in a footnote intended to block the usage of drones for shipping purposes. Essentially, this rule was written to specifically block Amazon’s Prime Air.
We live in an era of opinions. In the Internet economy — in which I am a loyal and grateful participant! — loud voices are more than just currency, they’re coal. The Outrage Industrial Complex burns all day and all night with Twitter as its blistering engine room. A constant stream of fuel is necessary to keep the entire enterprise afloat, and so any event, be it the collapse of a government or the cancellation of a sitcom, is greeted with a near instantaneous torrent of reaction.
About “Louie,” but strangely, broadly relevant.