Still needing to upload images of my trip.
Updated some content on LinkedIn this morning. About to go over a syllabus for one of the classes I am taking in the Spring.
Need to get back to a government contractor as to whether or not they need my services tomorrow for a while.
Went through about 6000 contacts and transferred about 643 to a real estate company that wanted me to start on a drip campaign on the residential side.
Was aware of the rally/protest/US Capitol turned into mob incident.
Our constitution says that a United State President can only be elected twice in their lifetime.
I haven't really been that interested or passionate about Presidential runs, or how a "Bill becomes a Law", since the second grade when I first learned that there were no women Presidents that had been successful at winning the election for the Executive Branch position as Commander-in-chief. Perhaps I had a brief moment in 2012 when I wrote the constitution in a few foreign languages and explored where I tested politically as far as my views were concerned.
It wasn't my election, so I have no personal hard feelings as to who won 2021 since I myself did not run.
My grandfather's brother wanted me to be a senator and was encouraging at a young age, but I thought you had to get a JD degree in order to write law and be elected into that type of a position, and I think for some women who can be a little more independent, regardless of their political views, would at least consider the thought- "why not me?" in terms of a Presidential Run and an Executive Power seat, for whatever reasons.
For me, it's not a personal "I need to be the first", my personal feelings of that type of a position is that it is embarrassing for women in the United States of America, to not have had this already taken care of, when other countries have done so, when you compare executive positions.
Since I have never considered a Vice Presidential run, I do not have much memorized about those duties of office, other than, the Vice President gets to act in the President's position, if the President is unavailable.
For the Presidential position for running, the rules are that you have to have reached the age of 35, you have to have lived in the United States of America for the past 15 years, and you have to have been a "Natural-Born Citizen" at the time of birth on American soil.
So my personal reasons to ever consider doing something like that are more of answering a question, rather than chasing power, glory, or fame.
I actually thought President Trump was going to get bored and walk out at some point during his Presidency with all the drama that was associated with his relationships with the press.
I am a little surprised at some of my friends who are huge Trump supporters in their response to the election results in stating that he had no proof or evidence for the claims he made about voter fraud.
I split my ticket, so while in 2016 I voted for Hillary Clinton and was shocked at the results, I voted Trump this time around, and then for about 2 men and the rest Women locally, because I felt like being biased.
I didn't have any interactions with Kamala Harris, and the only thing I know about Biden for the most part, is that he served under Obama.
I think I got in one Libertarian that I recognized on the ballot, and one Independent, and couldn't find anyone I knew from the Green Party. The rest were Republicans and Democrats.
It was my first time living and voting in Dallas County, I have lived in Bexar County (San Antonio), Williamson County (Austin, Texas)/Round Rock, Texas), Collin County (Richardson, Texas), and Monmouth County in NJ (New Jersey, where I was born) for most of my life.
In any case, since I am not running for any public position where I have to represent my constituents, I am going to hop in the water and get ready to board a plane in a few hours, and figure out how to fix my car and repair some things around the apartment home, read my syllabus, ask any questions I might have, & perhaps look up what county 1600 Pennsylvania Ave is at in Washington D.C. for the District of Columbia.
I am geographically at a disadvantage because I have lived in Texas for most of my life. I used to know where all fifty states were.
I am about to leave Cape Canaveral, and enjoyed my time in Cocoa Beach and others parts of this state.
I thought about driving out to Jacksonville where a former client was that said he talked to a director about putting my snort when I laugh sometimes in a movie, or down to Miami to see one of my friends that helped me with a rap song from a mechanical engineering paper that I infused with mathematics who is a DJ (disk jockey), but ended up staying relatively close in this vicinity.
Didn't intend on staying the extra three days down here but was asked and convinced otherwise.