I have switched from cereal back to oatmeal. It can make me tired - and fat - but it is great for the innards. I just need to tell you that I am really enjoying blueberries in my porridge. I steer clear of fruit/juice because of the sugar, but I can tolerate some blueberries this way, esp. if I do a little garlic first. It's really delightful, so I recommend it. I add a little cinnamon and "salty nut remains" while cooking, and then I pour in the frozen blueberries, top with my secret recipe "milk" and there is virtually no need to wait for it to cool down. Small pleasures.
I know Ruth Bader Ginsberg is a god to most libs, esp. females. I've seen her big mistakes and such, and I have seen her say a few interesting things. For example, she has said, to the consternation of some libs, that Roe vs Wade was a bad decision. I am wondering if she was referring to the fact that the female defendant lied about being raped, and later converted to pro-life. Or was she referring to more? I don't know. I was once conditionally pro-choice, but now I tend to be more like conditionally pro-life. All the problems seem to come from the political polarisation, backed by puritan fundamentalists on one side and puritan leftists on the other. Absolutists. Like Taliban banana.
Oh - that little pat response from Biden's press secretary? "Have you ever been pregnant? [Therefore shut up]." - ? (Lots of women who have been pregnant are against abortion, btw). Well, the come-back to that is simply this:
"Have you ever been aborted?!"