Motes In A Row, Wow

“I’m leaving Twitter if they let Trump back on”, is the new “I’m moving to Canada if Trump is nominated/elected”.  Nobody really does it.    

What the hell is wrong with people?: Democrats pounced on Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado after the GOP lawmaker issued a tweet in the wake of a shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs. A person says something after something happens, and all of a sudden it’s their fault. People, it ain’t nobody’s fault except the  guy that pulled the trigger. The guy that drove the SUV down the sidewalk. The woman that leaves her kid to freeze in the car while she parties in the bar. It is their fault and only their fault. Stop trying to blame everyone but the actual person responsible.  

It’s getting bad:M

It’s getting really bad: Two pro rasslers pretend to be “progressive liberals” and the crowd literally attacks them.  Two independent “sports entertainers” have been assaulted with words, fists and chairs during shows in the Appalachia and southern regions while working the “P L” angle during their shows. Wrestling is about good-v-evil, and is a play.  Unfortunately, unlike professional wrestling, politics is real.

No respect: Recently a video of a tourist has been slammed after he filmed himself urinating and giving the middle finger on Hawaii’s sacred Mauna Kea. Travis Upright has been forced to issue a grovelling apology after posting a crude video of him urinating on top of the tallest mountain in the Hawaiian Chain. An angry mob in Mexico poured water on a clueless female tourist, hurled insults at her and demanded that she be locked up after she ascended the ancient Mayan pyramid and was filmed dancing on the stairs. The unidentified woman, who is said to be a Spanish national, sparked an outrage Monday when she ignored the rules barring visitors from climbing Mayan Temple of Kukulcán in Chichén Itzá.  WTF is wrong with people.

Letter to the editor: On June 17, it was announced that Hawaii would implement “Ranked Choice voting”(RCV) for special elections. I don’t remember anyone asking the voters in Hawaii if they wanted RCV. A simple yes or no vote would have been sufficient. We’ve all seen what a fiasco RCV has caused in Alaska. RCV gives the incumbent an advantage, so those in power, stay in power. Once again, our representatives have chosen not to represent the voters, the people that elect them. If they really represented the people, they would have asked about RCV. They don’t, so they didn’t. (Honolulu Star-Advertiser 11/21/22)

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