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I’ve seen Bret Weinstein on „Triggernometry“ where he elaborated about his “unity” platform idea for the presidential election.
In case you are not yet familiar with it: He argues that with the Two-opposing-political-blocks system in the US, the mechanics work in a way that gets rid of possibly promising candidates in the primaries, the effect being that neither side can in the end present a candidate that’s really acceptable, but then if a third-party-candidate arises, possible supporters of that third candidate get told “you cannot waste your vote and thereby practically support the worst choice of the two BIG candidates”. Meaning folks get talked into supporting the supposedly “lesser of two evils” and so there will never be a breakout movement that might reform the rigged system as it ought to.
His “unity” solution is to name a ticket of two persons, one more from the right, one more from the left, each of them has to be courageous and competent and ...

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Did anyone else watch Mandalorian last night? I haven’t been loving the series but last night went a long way in fixing so many of the broken parts of the Star Wars world.

Plus very cool to take Ahsoka from the animation world and make her a live action character...

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Let me check – oh yes, November is almost through.
Well, I guess then this might very well be the last load of sunny autumn pictures this time around. Fresh from my afternoon walk. Which was almost a bit chilly, but obviously nice.

My 13 yo drew this for her great-grandparents in Idaho. Happy Saturday All!!

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