In this week's episode we spoke to @VMBrasseur about solving the complexities that come with open source.
Just as in school -- and with solving the coronavirus crisis -- testing and retesting are necessary. @hmeisler digs in:
I learned a new anagram 😃 In all my years of cryptic crossword solving I’d never realised this! “Cats tormenting relations (9)” HINT; RELATIONS is an anagram of a type of Siamese cat! Here “tormenting” suggests messing with the letters eg an active word suggesting ‘anagram’
“We are putting this nation on a better and brighter path for you, for your families, and for all of our great citizens. We're keeping our promises. We're solving problems, righting wrongs, and boldly confronting injustices.” — President@realDonaldTrump
If you've looked at a problem that needs solving in your community and thought to yourself "Someone should really do something about that!" I've got some news for you: That someone could be you. #NationalRunForOfficeDay
Imagine the crimes the FBI could have prevented or solved with the amount of time & resources their “leadership” spent attacking @realDonaldTrump because they didn’t like him or the results of the 2016 election. Instead of solving crimes it looks like they were committing them!
Trump says he "started speaking very quickly" to stop the "send her back" chant. Here are some things that take less time than he did to stop the chant. 1) Solving a Rubik's Cube underwater #BeatTheChant
The way that Democrats just behaved in our meeting at the is embarrassing. They need to get back into the room and get serious about solving the crisis at the border.
Well done on solving the challenge... here's a little something as a reward #KillMyMind
Mitt Romney is a freshman Senator. He can't take on President and win. He should be focused on solving problems for our country — not trying to create conflicts within his own party.