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It’s a meme, y’all! Don’t make it harder than it already is. Just share it to which VPOTUS a happy birthday.
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We’re focused mainly on #COVID19 news here in Cambodia and out of Medscape. There’s a lot to cover between the vaccine passport requirements, interesting mental health findings, and what’s coming up in posts and on the calendar.
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Ya can’t hold a good blog down even when you’re lounging on the great sunny white beaches of Cambodia! It was an exciting week on Ye Olde Blogge with mentions on Mike’s Blog Round Up and posts future and past and random visiting surges from random countries.
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It looks like your Sunday long read! It is worth it since we go over some of the best polling concerning who “won” the third debate. There are a few surprises and a few confirmations of our impressions. Let me know what you think of the findings in comments! Have a good Sunday, y’all!
Let me explain to you how the second Democratic presidential primary debate, day 2 is a microcosm for all that is wrong in America today. No really. You’ll want to read this one. It’s good. I make predictions and everything.
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 Dems presidential candidates were debating on day 2 of their first debate. It was Rock ‘Em, Sock ‘Em Robots for much of the debate. There is but one question, though, who won? Get the psysplainer for how to interpret the outcome of day 2’s debate!
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.
We may not be able to predict who the Dem candidate for president will be, but can we predict the type of candidate? What does the danger and craziness of Trump do to the psyche of the electorate as we head into the 2020 election cycle?