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Tag Archives: politics
It’s shocking, I know. In all of my 68 years on this earth, I have never registered to vote. Why not, you ask? Because there has never been a candidate I cared enough about to vote for nor a candidate … Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t chaotic enough? At this exact time, must we also have civil unrest and legal protests which subsequently turn violent? This is really weird. I haven’t had a curfew since I was 16 and living at home. … Continue reading
I tried running for office (sort of) back in 2014, but got absolutely nowhere. Of course, back then, I had something like 2 followers, so that might have contributed to my political failure. Now that I’ve become so popular all … Continue reading