« on: April 10, 2016, 04:01:58 pm »
61, but I thought this test was about as stupid as a test can be.
If words could really hurt you, this forum would be one huge abbatoir.
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It's sort of like proving a negative. If Clinton wins, you can only speculate what horrible manner of shit the current crop of GOP candidates would have done.
I ask myself, "is it more probable than not Trump or Cruz would do something spectacularly disastrous as president as opposed to Clinton?"
I find the answer to be yes.
And to belabor a point, boycotting the election means not casting votes for local and state races as well as the presidential. Which maintains the current conservative status quo.
To combine both our viewpoints, I wonder if anyone has suggested not voting in the presidential race, but still voting local and state? Because to me, that's a tad more ideologically acceptable.
I wanted to own a bar for such a long time. A bar where there are no TVs, old country music overhead, and maybe very small, a bar and a row of tables behind it. Very, very soft, cushy stools. The Soft Stool.
Then I realized I hate being around drunk people when I'm not and sometimes when I am.
Bars without TV are the best kind of bars, and sorely needed around here. The Beech, the Free House, and the Red Fox are all TV-less, but that's what, three bars out of the 150 or so that are local to us?
Wandering around in the tunnels this morning.
well, that's about it for Sanders.