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  1. Thanks for this thread. I didn't know this was a thing. I rarely fly but have a trip scheduled on October 1st. This could have thrown a last-minute monkey wrench into it.
  2. Not a "mass" shooting, but another school shooting. Not great. Knoxville, TN https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/04/12/knoxville-tennessee-high-school-shooting-one-dead-one-injured/7196240002/
  3. Can't find my joke. Something something Scientology something.
  4. My wife saw something like you say indicating the mRNA choice may be better for high risk folks (me). We kept checking around for a few days and (eventually) found all three available. Teens can only take Pfizer right now, so my wife and I went with Moderna to free up two extra Pfizer doses for that population. I hope they take advantage. Minor soreness at injection site. Super mild headache later that day, got drowsy earlier than usual that night. Hoping the 2nd dose goes just as smoothly.
  5. Sadly, your rather obvious prediction was correct.
  6. Why does it matter if they inadvertently mailed someone an extra ballot or two? As long as they only count one per voter, who cares? I'd much rather them accidentally send a duplicate (knowing that they'll only accept one per voter) than for them to inadvertently NOT send someone a ballot, especially of the person's only access to voting is by mail. ETA: I agree sending ballots to someone who has been dead that long doesn't look good, but would only be a problem if someone tried to use the ballot to place a vote on the dead person's behalf and the election office actually used it in their
  7. Adding a link to the interview CNN's story was based on. May be useful to others. I'd never heard of this person before. https://religionnews.com/2021/03/09/bible-teacher-beth-moore-ends-partnership-with-lifeway-i-am-no-longer-a-southern-baptist/
  8. Sure, but targeting isn't new, imo. The change in our wealth distribution over the last 30ish years was achieved by targeting. We're just talking about targeting a different group now.
  9. He wasn't popular enough to win in 2020, and (I would expect) he will be even less popular in 2024.
  10. I get the joke, and I like it, but want to clarify I'm referring to post-election data.
  11. FWIW, limited data is available but there appears to have been a larger than usual numbers of people changing their party affiliations. If any group of voters regret who they voted for in that election, it appears to be Trump voters. https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/536113-tens-of-thousands-of-voters-drop-republican-affiliation-after-capitol
  12. In terms of being "tactically sound", I suspect that tactic was statistically equivalent to writing in Jourgensen.
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