Today, during the morning session, the House of Representatives is expected to introduce a Resolution calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment. This is a result of actions that incited and influenced the insurrection at the US Capitol on 01/06/2021, and will declare President Donald J. Trump incapable of executing the duties of his office and to immediately transfer powers of acting President to Mike Pence.
This Resolution would require unanimous consent to pass. It is expected that there will be at least one GOP member that will object. If that is the case, the House will seek to debate and vote on the resolution on Tuesday, 01/12/2021.
In a letter addressed to the House Democratic Caucus, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi outlined a rapid time-line, providing VP Pence up to 24 hours to respond or take action before the House would proceed to the Impeachment process. A draft of the Articles of Impeachment has already been released, charging President Trump with Incitement of Insurrection.
The session is scheduled to begin at 11:00 am ET. You can watch live online on
Holy hell, I have so many games I've bought for cheap over the years and haven't even seen half of (if I ever even installed them). I'll see a good deal, buy it out of some sense of opportunity despite being in the middle of another game, and not even be in the mood for it a week later. Looking at all of them, it's become clear to me what a terrible habit it is.
I don't even really value the content of games I like anymore; there are lots of games I could revisit and play through in a different way. For some reason this is becoming a more appealing idea to me lately, and in addition to wanting to lessen my shameful backlog I'm also wanting to go back to old favorites with new eyes.
So, I'm setting a resolution to... (gulp) ... not buy any games in 2021. I really do have plenty to play already, I don't think I'll ever feel the truth in that until I force myself to, and I believe it'll help me value my gaming dollars a lot more by the end of the year.
Anyone else in a similar boat/up for a similar challenge?
EDIT: (I might still upgrade to a PS5 just to have faster loading and to not have to listen to a jet engine whenever I'm playing a game)
While New Year's resolutions are quite cliche, some people do find them motivational. So let's take this opportunity to share some of our sexual health goals, along with other goals that we have to improve our lives.
Other Sexual Health Goals
Anyway, drop your resolutions in this thread and let's live the best year of our lives!
We have officially hit the time period, the next week, when people start to stop behaviors they started January 1st.
Anyone feeling like quitting? Don't do it. Keep going. Do another week. Take another walk. Cook your favorite keto meal. And. Just. Keep. Doing. It.
Because you are awesome
Edit: I don't think I have ever felt more happy after making a post than I feel reading everyone's comments!
Would a megaphone be overkill? lol
My 2020 resolution was to read 60 books, 5 books a month. And finished the year with 63 books read!!! I feel incredibly proud of myself (and feel like bragging lol). Now I want to push myself further and read 6 books a month.
My favorite books I read in 2020 were...
A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
Qualityland by Marc-Uwe Kling
Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead
1Q84 by Haruki Murakami
Any great book suggestions like those are gladly appreciated :)