My daughter wanted me to show her how to play War, the simplest of all card games. While we were doing it she made an off-hand comment about a computer simulation of such a thing. She said the AI would be very simple. I pointed out it wouldn't be making any decisions, so there's no I.
Anyhow, I thought the whole thing was pretty amusing, so...
"Well said, the tribalism has to stop. People must be educated in civics in order to vote effectively and truly. Voting for a party because your family, you always voted this way, is not enough. Understand why you are voting and who the candidate is. Do not just vote blindly! Good words sir!"
- Matthew Dobbs
Switched instances again?
OK so it's not obvious which of her posts are in response to which commands, but I'm going to guess the Tandoori Turkey was for me.
Economist Has Great Idea For Sitcom Where Keynesian And Friedmanite Have To Live Together https://entertainment.theonion.com/economist-has-great-idea-for-sitcom-where-keynesian-and-1844201646 #vol56issue26 #television
"There’s Now an Even Worse Anti-Encryption Bill Than EARN IT"
Get your IT business out of the US. This needs to have an impact on the economy.
If it's just an anti-outsider thing his voice would not disprove it. His accent is at best nondescript (i.e. heavily influenced by the 'neutral' Webster accent).
And it wasn't that he accidentally signaled something due to cultural ignorance. He lived in that state for many years.
I recently heard a bizarre story.
My neighbor was visiting his home state, and exited a public restroom to a group of men surrounding and staring at him.
One told him, "We don't like your kind here!"
He was flummoxed. "What‽"
"Oh, nevermind." And they left.
He has no clue what group they were trying to be intolerant toward, or how his voice disproved his membership in that group. He's a slender white masculine cismale who usually wears denim.
It's not great in any case.
I am now officially participating in one of the most famously BS/stupid/backwards parts of US electoral politics. Yes, folks, I am on someone's slate of electors.
Technically that makes me a candidate for office, according to the paperwork. An 'office' I can't really campaign for. An office that, if we miraculously won somehow, would pay nothing and require almost no work and be over in a day. When I ran for a real office the filing fee was several thousand dollars. This one? $1.50 USD.
I'm a fairly uninteresting fellow, living down in GA (USA) with my wife & daughters, doing software stuff during the day, and some pol(🗽) stuff as a hobby.
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