Good Thursday morning. It’s public defender day.
Even if you can’t go to the pub you can, at least, listen to it. Turn all the dials to 11!
They didn’t like one or two of the words so a bunch of House Republicans voted against a resolution to recognise the Capitol Police officers who protected them on January 6th. The absolutists are out of control.
Speaking of absolutists, this guy wants to outlaw documentary street photography to protect women. He makes some valid points around the margins but he’s essentially missing the point of street photography. Meanwhile, women street photographers are flourishing, with some encouragement from Gulnara Samoilova.
You’ll have one extra month to get your federal tax returns in this year. The IRS said they want to “do everything possible to help taxpayers navigate the unusual circumstances related to the pandemic.” Translation: We’re overwhelmed and need more time.
And remember that creepy hacker in the TV ads for last year’s right to repair campaign? Turns out he was getting his location data from the auto manufacturers all along.