xhytdr36 karma2011-04-23 00:32:54 UTC
How much of an influence is Arrested Development on Community?
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xhytdr24 karma2016-10-29 22:05:34 UTC
It's the same as her anti-vaxx stance. She believes that we have to be "skeptical" of big pharma - a dogwhistle that tells her base that she's anti-vaxx but gives her plausible deniability for the rest of us.
For another example, Trump's "David Duke? Never heard of him" from earlier this campaign.
xhytdr6 karma2014-03-24 19:53:25 UTC
Hi Jim! I loved Frog Fractions, I thought it was one of the most brilliant flash games I've played and I highly recommend everyone to take a look at it.
How did you come up with this insane distribution scheme for Frog Fractions 2? Do you already know what you're going to release is as, and are you worried at all that some random indie games will 'pretend' to be Frog Fractions?
xhytdr4 karma2016-10-29 21:21:32 UTC
Why doesn't the Green Party focus on "smaller" offices (city comptroller, city councils, state legislatures, etc.) instead of coming out of the woodwork and running a Presidential candidate every 4 years? Focusing on smaller offices would allow an organic grassroots campaign to be created (think of Bernie's Progressive Revolution.) As it stands right now, focusing on the presidential level is a waste of everyone's time.
Wouldn't the Green Party be better served running for office as, say, the Governor of Oregon or Vermont? Running for the presidency is a Sisyphean waste of time. How do you expect the Greens to win the presidency without putting in the coalition-building and actual governing hard work?
An Evan McMullin-esque run for Vermont or Oregon makes far more sense for your candidacy than a 50-state campaign.
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