Reading time: 5 minutes
Behavioral economics has helped Ye Olde Blogge predict the rise of Trump, the qualities and nature of his time in office, the nomination of Biden. Now it predicts the outcome of election 2020.
Reading Time: 7 minutes
I KNOW! It’s a LONG read. It’s been awhile. I hadda lodda say. So sue me.
You know you can’t understand why anyone and everyone doesn’t want to impeach the Ol’ Pussy Grabber. You know you can’t. You know you wanna know. Well, here it is. THE explanation of what is going on in all those pussy grabbing mo’fo’s heads. It is psysplained right here.
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We usually think of media bubbles as a bad thing, but they have a silver lining! It is time for you to put your news obsession to good use and CALL YOUR MoC!
Now that the end of the first Democratic presidential debate has finally ended after two days and 20 candidates and five moderators, how can we possibly know who won? We can’t say who won, but we can predict who benefited.
The first debate of Election 2020 is in the bag, or at least the first day and the first 10 are. So, who “won” from the first ten? How do we know?
With so much at stake — literally the survival of our democracy — in the 2020 election, who will be the Dem candidate? Who will be the best candidate? How will the debates affect the race? I go over the criteria I’ll use to evaluate the first debate winner in the run up to live-blogging the live-streaming of the debates.