I have Googled “The oldest continuously published daily blog in the history of the Internet.” Justin Hall has been credited as the “First Blogger” in 1994. But he does not continue a DAILY BLOG, like this is. But I’m just getting started.
Joe Biden, the USs’ 4️⃣6️⃣th president has had a challenging year, only nine months into his first term. From a challenging fraught exit from Afghanistan, to difficult negotiations to on an infrastructure projects to lingering, President Biden’s first year has been laden with headaches and hazards.
The goal of my blogging project was not to bludgeon the 4️⃣5️⃣th president of the United States, Donald Trump. And I declare that I have done a good job restraining myself from giving him a complete unmitigated beat down. Trump, if you’re listening, “ya lost.”
Remembering Major League Baseball’s number 4️⃣4️⃣, Hank Aaron. This first ballot Hall of Famer’s numbers speak for themselves. He spent 2️⃣3️⃣ seasons at Atlanta and Milwaukee. Besides smashing 7️⃣5️⃣5️⃣ home runs, “Hammerin’ Hank” played five other positions besides his regular position in right field.
Here’s a suggestion about how you can get ideas for writing. Yesterday I reached the 4️⃣2️⃣ day mark. This reminded me of the great Jackie Robinson who played number 4️⃣2️⃣ for the Brooklyn Dodgers. First Black MLB ballplayer. First ballot Hall of Famer.
I still do not know what to focus on with this blog. With only forty two words, I still only have a few sentences. But each day I add a word. My posts will touch on political, entertainment, health and educational matters.
I appreciated when Twitter expanded the character limit to 280 characters per tweet. This is “Day 41” for this blog, and my posts are approching the “Twitter character limit.” As each day passes I get one more opportunity to express myself.
Forty days, forty words. A forty word post is just enough to express one cogent idea. Not enough to expound extensively on it. Each day I add a word. This gives more detail, more context. This is merely the beginning.
The Afghanistan pull-out occurred only 2️⃣5️⃣ days ago. The Afghanistan conflict, along with the Korean War and the War of 1812, are known as “The Forgotten Wars.” Will America continue to forget the debacles of these wars’ lethal consequences?
The Cyberninjas released their report on the election determining that there was no fraud and US President Joe Biden won by three hundred sixty more votes in Arizona than first counted in November. Biden’s lead continues to expand.