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magsview

I’m going to look into him a bit more, but so far Josh Mahoney sounds like a good alternative to that awful Tom Cotton.

“I believe that Arkansas needs a strong voice in Washington that fights for the people and not special interests. I will fight for wages that are equal to our hard work, make sure everyone has the opportunity to pursue an education that will bring them prosperity where they live, and insure that no person has to choose between feeding their family or paying for healthcare. I plan to continue taking this message across Arkansas so that every Arkansan has the ability to reach for their own American dream.”

https://joshuamahony.com/

orlbucfan

A one-cell organism has more brains than Cotton.

magsview

Haha, I can’t believe you made me laugh about Tom Cotton! 🙂

orlbucfan

🙂

wi61

Still one more than Trumpcorp has

magsview

1.5 Million Packages a Day: The Internet Brings Chaos to N.Y. Streets

The push for convenience is having a stark impact on gridlock, roadway safety and pollution in New York City and urban areas around the world.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/27/nyregion/nyc-amazon-delivery.html

Sorry for the NYT pay wall. I managed to read this article somewhere along the way and it was pretty appalling.

polarbear4

It’s like these people become their own class of robots. “Must escape humans. Earth. Go to space.”

Instead of, “I get up every day ready to invest my time and my money to bring this world back from the brink. I’m making great investments and I’m reconnecting to my community. I can’t think of a better way to go.”

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