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1  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2020 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Kasich threatens to leave GOP on: October 08, 2017, 07:27:07 am
pls leave. would be hillarious to see him become a nobody independent
Kasich has had more conservative accomplishments then most republicans by far...

Didn't you get the memo? Conservativism means mistreating women, bashing immigrants, and triggering libs. Get with the program!
2  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Atlas Fantasy Elections / Re: Lumine/Rpryor for President/Vice-President on: October 07, 2017, 07:21:03 pm
Endorsed! Lumine has the momentum!
3  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Voting Booth / Re: Fremont Voting Booth : October 2017 Referendum on: October 07, 2017, 07:15:11 pm
Nay
4  General Politics / International General Discussion / Re: US votes against UN Ban on Death Penalty for Homosexuality on: October 07, 2017, 01:11:59 pm
You people don't think Haley took this on her own initiative, do you? She receives orders on how to vote, that is how the UN works. Furthermore, this was the UN Human Rights Council, which is in Geneva. Most importantly, the resolution apparently called for the total abolition on the death penalty. This is explained in the US's explanation of vote statement. I can't find the text of the resolution, but obviously the US isn't voting for a resolution that calls for the abolition of the death penalty. Which is also almost certainly why China and Japan also didn't vote for it-- they also maintain capital punishment. (Furthermore, this resolution wouldn't be banning anything-- only formal conventions impose binding bans)

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“… There was a vote at the Human Rights Council in Geneva, and we have seen a lot of reporting about that, press releases that have criticized the U.S. Government’s vote at the Human Rights Council on the question of the death penalty. The headlines and much of the reporting that has come out of that has been misleading. As our representative to the Human Rights Council said on Friday, last Friday, the United States is disappointed to have voted against that resolution. We voted against that resolution because of broader concerns with the resolution’s approach in condemning the death penalty in all circumstances, and it called for the abolition of the death penalty altogether. “We had hoped for a balanced and inclusive resolution that would better reflect the positions of states that continue to apply the death penalty lawfully,” as the United States does. The United States unequivocally condemns the application of the death penalty for conduct such as homosexuality, blasphemy, adultery, and apostasy. We do not consider such conduct appropriate for criminalization.”

https://geneva.usmission.gov/2017/10/03/u-s-explanation-of-vote-resolution-on-the-question-of-the-death-penalty/

EDIT: The whole resolution is pretty anti-death penalty, and they would've have problems with a lot of the language. but I imagine the paragraph the US found most problematic would've been the 16th preambular paragraph (the ones starting with gerundives): "Strongly deploring the fact that the use of the death penalty leads to violations of the human rights of the persons facing the death penalty and of other affected persons"
5  General Politics / International General Discussion / Re: The most depressing political scene in Europe on: October 04, 2017, 03:49:12 pm
The country in which police are fighting police wins by default.
6  General Politics / International General Discussion / Re: Catalan Crisis Megathread on: October 03, 2017, 05:54:25 pm
Has Felipe aged like 20 years since his coronation?

It's the beard.

The King's speech will be poorly received in Catalonia, but it seems most of the Spanish political class, including PSOE, has lined up against the Catalans if not Rajoy. And there is a degree of popular enthusiasm: when the Guardia Civil was deploying to Catalonia they were sent off by cheering crowds across the rest of Spain. There seems to be a considerable resentment of the Catalans in the rest of the country that is conducive to a crackdowns.

A speech calling for restraint could've been seen as a criticism of the government and sparked a constitutional crisis, as if there wasn't enough of one already. The only real alternative would've been to say nothing at all.

The fact remains that turnout in the referendum was just 40% and, Sunday's events aside, no clear evidence of a majority for independence. A UDI would be a strategy fraught with risk: there could be a consolidation of independentist sentiment, or a backlash against the separatists' "recklessness".
7  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / International Elections / Re: Japan Oct 22 2017 on: September 28, 2017, 09:02:11 am
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The proposal to shift allegiance to Koike’s movement, made by party president Seiji Maehara, was unanimously approved at a general meeting of DP lawmakers the same day. Under the plan, all DP candidates for the general election have been asked to abandon party membership and apply to join the official ticket of Kibo no To.

But it remains unclear how many DP applicants will be accepted by Kibo no To. During a TV interview on Wednesday, Koike, a right-leaning conservative, said her party will choose applicants from the DP after close consideration of their views on constitutional revision and security issues. The comment has been interpreted as indicating that Kibo no To will refuse to accept left-leaning DP lawmakers.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/09/28/national/politics-diplomacy/abe-dissolves-lower-house-opposition-bands-together/#.Wc0AH3MpDqB

Looks like the DP MPs will be getting the Manuel Valls treatment. The bit about constitutional revision is rather remarkable. Is there a chance that Abe might lose seats but get the necessary majority to pass revision through the House? There's still the upper house to worry about, of course.
8  About this Site / The Atlas / Re: Petition to ban Santander on: September 27, 2017, 06:36:15 am
Ehh, why not

  • Solid4096
Banning someone is not something you do on the basis of "eh, why not".
9  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Atlas Fantasy Elections / Re: PMRC/Atlasian Post Poll: October Presidential Election on: September 27, 2017, 06:32:11 am
Bump!
10  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2017 & Odd Year Gubernatorial Election Polls / Re: NJ-Suffolk: Murphy +17 on: September 26, 2017, 09:31:43 am
For the love of all good and holy, could you please fix the link? It's even broken, for goodness' sake.
11  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Atlas Fantasy Elections / Re: Winfield on the ground in Mexico City after the earthquake on: September 26, 2017, 09:24:13 am
Hear, hear, for our excellent statesman aiding our neighbors in their time of need.
12  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Atlas Fantasy Elections / PMRC/Atlasian Post Poll: October Presidential Election on: September 24, 2017, 08:48:52 pm


Poll runs for 4 days.
13  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / International Elections / Re: German Federal Election - Sept. 24 - Results Thread on: September 24, 2017, 12:15:49 pm
Wasn't there talk of the CSU fielding candidates in the rest of Germany, running to the right of the CDU?
14  General Discussion / Religion & Philosophy / Re: Conservative theologians accuse pope of spreading heresy on: September 24, 2017, 09:27:33 am
Heresy is considerably over the top, but Francis is sowing doctrinal confusion and seems unfazed by this. On paper his pronouncements (Amoris in particular) hew closely to established moral teaching, but there is an almost constant stream of alternative interpretations offered by his close associates that goes uncorrected. This papacy is also notable for the manner with which the current Pope and his associates treat their opponents; the stunning broadside against American Catholics published in La Civilta Cattolica exemplifies the latter, while as for the former one only need consider the Pope's implication that priests who prefer traditional clerical attire are somehow effeminate. It's confusing, particularly because while the message from the top is muddled the manner in which they deal with dissenters is anything but.
15  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Atlas Fantasy Elections / Re: An Assault On Democracy? on: September 22, 2017, 10:56:23 am
Madam President,

I urge both you and your opponent to redouble your respective efforts to de-escalate any potentially inflammatory rhetoric and work towards finding a solution to the present dispute. All parties should take every possible measure to ensure the integrity of the election process, a task made ever more crucial in light of the recent revelations from the CIA regarding Russian interference with the Federalists' electoral mechanisms. This latest development only compounds the haze of uncertainty which surrounded the primary as a result of the sudden and unexpected change its timetable which saw it moved almost a month ahead of schedule, disenfranchising many potential voters, myself included.

I do not wish to presume the election's outcome, much less a counterfactual result, but every attempt should be made to maintain party unity and avoid the dissemination of untruths. The evidence presented by Oakvale is serious, credible, and realistic, and deserves careful and honest consideration. Failure to resolve them may result in further ruptures and undermine the Federalist Party's ability to contest the upcoming elections. With respect to your challenger, I likewise hope that he may refrain from escalatory rhetoric and engage with what I hope shall be your efforts to resolve this dispute in good faith and in a spirit of open-mindedness.

Given the gravity of this situation, it is imperative that we work together to find a workable solution to the present dispute and ensure that the credibility of election process is unimpeachable. I trust all parties will undertake this effort with all due haste and in full sincerity.

Yours sincerely,
Simfan34
16  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Atlas Fantasy Elections / Re: October (September) 2017 Federalist Primary Tracker on: September 22, 2017, 10:33:57 am
When did we annex the UK?
17  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Voting Booth / Re: Fremont Voting Booth : September 2017 special parliamentary election on: September 22, 2017, 10:32:16 am
[1] WI: Simfan34 of California (Federalist Party - New People's Party)
[2] rpryor03 of Hawaii (Free Soil Party - Federalist Party)
[3] AZcactus of Arizona (Independent - Labor Party)
18  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Atlas Fantasy Elections / Re: October 2017 Federalist Party Convention - PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY STARTED!!!! on: September 22, 2017, 10:27:51 am
[  ] President Fhtagn (F-ME)/Vice President PiT (The Physicist) (F-LA)
[X] Fmr. Justice Oakvale (F-NY)/Fmr. Representative Potus2036 (F-WV)
19  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: A Hawaii Progressive on: September 21, 2017, 07:24:28 pm
I have to say, considering your views and your character's are just about polar opposites, you're doing a fantastic job at portraying his policies sympathetically and believably.

Thanks! My views have taken an ever-communitarian bent so I'm broadly sympathetic to some of these. As for the rest I like to joke I'm DSA-adjacent so I think I have a fairly strong grasp on their thinking.

Sounds cool! You plan to do anything with this character?

I'm interested in learning about characters made up by Atlas posters, so who else got some goods?

Not really sure. Will probably write some in-universe articles and slowly develop his trajectory over the years. If I'm in the mood I can jump ahead a few years.

Cathcon had a good timeline, I forget the name.
20  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2020 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Can Tronald Dump pick up any states? on: September 21, 2017, 03:48:06 pm
21  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Angela Merkel (R) vs. Martin Schulz (D) on: September 21, 2017, 01:25:20 pm


President Angela Merkel (R-LA): Born into an academic Louisiana Creole family, Merkel, a Stanford-educated chemist, was Provost of Princeton University when she was plucked from obscurity in 1993 and appointed as Secretary of Energy in 1993 by recently re-elected President George H.W. Bush. She remained in office until Bush's defeat in his attempt for a third term by president in 1996. The following year, she was selected as Chair of the RNC, in which role she oversaw a number of notable midterm victories in 1998. She ran and won a senate seat in the 2000 special election, winning a full term in 2002. She declared her candidacy for President in 2004, and won re election.

22  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: A Hawaii Progressive on: September 21, 2017, 12:39:32 pm
Environment and renewable energy
Hulihee launched the Hana Loli Honua initiative, modeled on the German Energiewende, which aggressively aims to shift Hawaii to 100% renewable energy sources by 2030, largely centered on 800MW of geothermal energy, 900MW of solar power (mostly rooftop generation) and 1100 MW of wind power.[5] The state utility had previously had the target of 65% by 2030.[6] As of 2015, Hawaii had the highest electricity prices of any state in the US; at 34 cents per kilowatt-hour, rates were nearly 3.5 times the U.S. average and more than double the second-highest state electricity price of 16 cents per kilowatt-hour in Alaska. Unlike most states, over 70% of power is generated from imported oil, rather than coal or natural gas.[7]

Part of the plan is improving transmission linkages between the islands and grid capacity, as most of the identified geothermal energy is due to come from the Big Island of Hawai'i. Also part of the programme is increased subsidies for electric cars, to be funded by phased-in surcharges on petroleum-powered cars. Stanford University Professor Mark Z. Jacobson, who is an advocate for a speedy transition to clean, renewable energy, praised the plan as a "model" and presenting and "ambitious yet achievable" roadmap to a full transition.

Hawaii was a founding member of the Under2 Coalition in 2015. In October 2016 Hulihee and the Icelandic Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism signed an agreement to develop clean geothermal energy in Hawaii.[8] In February 2017, the State of Hawaii, Hawaiian Electric Industries (which Hulihee has suggested the state should take over), and Tesla Energy signed an agreement to install 200 MW, or 800 MWh, of Tesla Powerpack battery storage capacity across the Hawaiian islands in just 18 months' time.[9] The agreement was part of a deal in which HECO would end a policy of requiring households installing rooftop solar to pay for grid upgrades and require permission to operate their panels in return for selling excess power to the utility at fixed rates.[7] In March 2015, a 52 MWh battery installation plus a 13 megawatt SolarCity solar farm opened on Kauai, operated by the Kauai Island Utility Cooperative.[10].


The Kauai Island Utility Cooperative's new 13 megawatt Tesla solar farm

In June 2017, following President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change, Hulihee signed two bills that respectively committed the state to meeting regardless its greenhouse gas emission targets under the Paris Agreement and established a carbon reduction and soil health taskforce.[11] Along with Governor Jerry Brown of California and Andrew Cuomo of New York, Hulihee co-founded the United States Climate Alliance to support the goals of the Paris Agreement. On June 8th, Hulihee and Brown met with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People, and signed an agreement for cooperation and Chinese investment in green energy in Hawaii, also signing deals with Hainan Party Secretary Liu Cigui and Shanghai Party Secretary Han Zheng, as well as Jiangsu.[12]

In July 2017 it was announced Hulihee and Brown would co-host a climate summit in September 2018, for city, state, and business leaders in the United States and around the world to come together and commit to greater climate action, which the New York Times described as having "reinforced their reputation as America’s de facto co-leader on climate change".[13][14] The San Francisco Chronicle described the two governors as having previously fought for the position of "climate supremo of the Resistance" but instead taking a collaborative approach. In July Hulihee also met with Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama, organizer of the UN COP 23 conference in Bonn. Hulihee also declared Hawaii's intention to join as an observer to the Alliance of Small Island States, meeting with its chairman, ambassador Ahmed Sareer of the Maldives in May 2017.

Housing and homelessness
In October 2015 Hulihee declared a state of emergency due to the escalating scale of the homelessness problem; in 2015 Hawaii had the highest rate of homeless persons per capita in the United States.[15] A housing-first program was established, which aims to emulate Utah's success in ending its homelessness problem.

Hulihee has introduced a sweeping sliding-scale affordable housing mandate, reaching up to 50% for high-rises over 15 floors. While generally praised by progressive groups, it has been criticised by left-wingers for not expanding public housing directly, and also for a scheme where a small portion of affordable housing is to be reserved for migrants to the state in certain high-priority sectors (but on the other hand, people like teachers will also be given preference). Since the new housing law was passed, foreign buyers formerly interested in places in Vancouver are now looking to Hawaii, due to new taxes, and house prices have begun to rise, with central areas of Honolulu seeing tear-downs and densification. Hulihee has also proposed re-establishing a land value tax, which the state previously experimented with between 1965 and 1977.


The governor promotes a new bike-sharing program in Honolulu. An avid cyclist, Hulihee has championed the adoption of favorable laws and increased funding.

Transportation
Hulihee has taken substantial measures to facilitate the widespread adoption of cycling. 5% of all state transportation funding has been mandated for cycling and pedestrian infrastructure, the highest in the nation (compare to Oregon's 1%). All major road projects must include protected bike lanes, and a bike share program has been introduced in Honolulu and other towns with an aim to have state-wide reach. All second-grade public school students now are taught how to ride a bike, and a public bike-subsidy program will provide bikes at reduced cost to very low-income residents, the first such known program in the world. State laws with regard to cycling have been completely overhauled, including a repeal of the helmet requirement. Meanwhile, faced with fiscal constraints related to the Honolulu Rail Transit project, which has faced substantial delays and cost overruns, the governor has shifted the focus of public transit advocacy to high-quality (Latin American-style) bus rapid transit, citing the potential for future upgrading, but has expressed his support for completing HART.

Endorsements and political activities
In January 2017 Axios reported that as part of advancing his political agenda the Governor has "quietly coordinated efforts to 'renew' the Hawaii Democratic Party" by installing progressives, often young, in positions of influence throughout the party". The goal of this "renewal" effort, termed "Ho'ōla Hou", was to gently ease older, more conservative politicians out of office and replace them with more left-leaning ones. Also said to be part of this effort was preventing the new and revitalized unions from becoming overly-powerful, by maneuvering for the election of friendly leaders. The first round of this was successfully carried out in the 2016 elections at the legislative and local levels, in addition to for all intents and purposes having taken over the state party, precinct by precinct, with the effect of consolidating control over what had previously been a fractious state party. In the 2016 elections, inspired by the Turkish Peoples' Democratic Party, the state Democratic Party required that 50% and 10% of its candidates for state and local legislative bodies identify, respectively as women and LGBT, compelling a sizeable number of incumbents to retire.


The notorious front page of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, featuring a shirtless governor, which critics described as emblematic of increasingly pliant state of the press under Hulihee's tenure.

National politics
In the 2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries, Hulihee endorsed the candidacy of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and campaigned for him. He then endorsed the eventual nominee, Hillary Clinton, and in an October 2016 post on Facebook urged undecided voters to not vote for a third-party candidate. On December 5, 2016, he was elected Chair of the Democratic Governors Association, succeeding Dan Malloy.

The governor has backed the anti-Trump "Resistance", and worked to organize a general strike in his own state for May 1, with support from public sector and private sectors. The New York Times said that the state was "all but shut down" for the day, aside from the tourism sector; even there "waiters and flight attendants wore shirts, hats, and buttons expressing their solidarity".

Following the election he announced he had joined the Democratic Socialists of America and encouraged people who supported Sanders in the primaries to join the group. In March 2017 The Los Angeles Times reported that he had obtained access the contact list of Sanders' donors—said to be much-desired by the Democratic National Committee— and had proposed to DSA leadership that it be used in a recruitment push with the aim of signing up 2-3% of Sanders supporters as members. If successful, this would amount to 250,000-400,000 members, a 20-fold increase in its present membership of approximately 20,000; Hulihee denied he had "obtained" the list.[16] He is known to be a strong ally of left-wing Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard.

He has been been suggested as a potential candidate in the 2020 presidential elections, running as Sanders' "successor" and utilising his record on "identity issues" to broaden his base of support to minority voters. In April 2017 he was said to be forming an "embryonic policy team", with Bard College's Pavlina Tcherneva named as a member.

Personal life
Hulihee is an avid surfer and cyclist, cycling daily to the state capitol from his house near Diamond Head. He is fluent in Spanish and is currently learning Hawaiian. In March 2017, it was announced he was engaged to his girlfriend.
23  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: A Hawaii Progressive on: September 21, 2017, 12:23:22 pm
Political career
State Senate
In 2010 Hulihee announced he would run for the seat being vacated by retiring Republican Senator Fred Hemmings in the 25th District of the Hawaii State Senate. He won the Democratic primary by a wide margin, having been endorsed by President Obama among others, and was elected to a two-year term in the general election, with 59% of the vote. In the 2012 elections, he was re-elected to a four year term with 67% of the vote against Hemmings, who sought to regain his former seat.

Governor of Hawaii
Hulihee was sworn in as the eighth governor of Hawaii on December 1, 2014, with Lieutenant Governor who, in the Hawaii State Capitol Rotunda.[4] Signalling a more informal governing style, he announced hew would eschew the use of Washington Place, the official gubernatorial residence. Critics have since accused him of having made an "empty gesture", saying that he has increased the use of the `Iolani Palace.

In 2016, the Hawaii Naval Militia was reactivated by executive order, with Hulihee announcing it was necessary to "manage the effects of climate change". In 2017 three former US Coast Guard Island-class patrol boats were acquired for a total of approximately $627,000.

Healthcare
Hulihee has proposed the introduction of a statewide single-payer healthcare system, which is currently under consideration on the state legislature. Building on the already low uninsurance rates, lower-than-average costs, and quality standard of health in the state, the proposal would introduce a statewide insurance for those resident for over eighteen months. The proposal aims to reach low-income Hawaiians, especially natives, and lower costs further.

Education
Hawaii's public school system has been a relative underperformer compared to other state, and thus redressing this was a key part of his election platform. The solution envisioned entails a substantial—up to 50%—increase in teachers' wages, which currently are the nation's lowest relative to cost-of-living, in exchange for a slew of reforms including increasing the length of the school year; this is to be funded in part by the new land value tax. Another program has been the introduction of "high-quality, universal" free school lunches, often drawing inspiration from (healthy variants of) Hawaiian cuisine. Legislation is currently under way to provide for the elimination of tuition at public colleges and universities for Hawaii residents. Universal means-tested pre-school is also planned to be introduced for the 2017-18 school year.

Jobs and labor
Hulihee has encouraged the formation of cooperatives and the unionization of workers in both the public and private sector, "saying that the future of the economy is the sharing economy, and the future of the sharing economy is the cooperative economy". His campaign included a pledge to implement the "living wage" of an $15 minimum wage, which was in committee as of May 2017. In 2017 he proposed a bill that would "significantly strengthen" labor rights in favor of unions. This has partly stymied efforts to encourage the growth of the tech sector, in particular making Hawaii a hub for the 3D printing industry. He supports the repeal of the Taft-Hartley Act.

Social issues
Since entering office Hulihee has taken a strong stance on several social issues, saying that "the cause of social justice and economic justice are inseparable". Since coming to office Hawaii has passed several sweeping equity and LGBT inclusion measures, and hiring quotas for disadvantaged groups. New laws on gender identity, approved in 2017, have been considered as among the world's most progressive. In 2015 the position of State Commissioner-General for Diversity and Inclusion, was established, and has been given sweeping powers over public universities.

Sex education has been introduced at the elementary level, gender and sexual identity instruction has also been integrated into the curriculum at an early level, identity issues have been included. Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States will be made part of middle school history curricula in the 2017-18 school year, and Hulihee has suggested that two years of mandatory Hawaiian language instruction be made part of the curriculum as part of "indigenous justice" efforts.

Marijuana was legalized in 2016, following a statewide referendum in which Hulihee supported the pro-legalization campaign. He has expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Public funding for Planned Parenthood has also been increased during his tenure. Hulihee has a 100% pro-choice rating from NARAL Pro-Choice America, indicating an unbroken record of support for abortion rights. He has, however, said that in some cases the Democratic Party must be accepting of pro-life candidates who support its "broader agenda", for which he was criticised by NARAL.


Hawaiian-language programming on ʻŌiwi TV, which receives substantial government funding.

Native Hawaiian rights
Hulihee has strongly supported expanding the use of the Hawaiian language. In 2015 Hulihee signed a bill that established the Hawaiian Language Board, intended as a Language regulator and promoting body for the Hawaiian language. Funding for Pūnana Leo immersion preschools has been increased with the target of increasing their number from 11 to 100 over a decade, and for establishing Hawaiian-language elementary and middle schools.

Hulihee has said that he would like to see the establishment of a public Hawaiian-language broadcaster on the model of New Zealand's Maori TV, and in 2016 the state approved public funding for non-profit channel ʻŌiwi TV, which focuses on native Hawaiian culture and includes some Hawaiian-language broadcasting. He has also encouraged the use of Hawaiian on road signs and program names.

In 2017 a New York Times article said that Hulihee had been accused by conservatives of stoking Hawaiian nationalism in response to the Trump presidency by, among other things, increasing the use of the Hawaiian language, wearing aloha shirts, and associating his administration with the trappings of the former monarchy and thus nationhood, including by expanding the ceremonial Royal Guard of Hawaii and making frequent use of the `Iolani Palace and other former palaces, especially for entertaining foreign leaders such as Benigno Aquino III and Justin Trudeau.

24  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: What's your favorite type of chocolate? on: September 21, 2017, 11:54:02 am
Dark, >70%. I don't have much chocolate these days but I find I can't stand milk chocolate these days. Snowguy has it backwards; white chocolate is indigestible unless it's in small shavings on top of whipped cream on a mocha or something.
25  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Wahl-O-Mat RESULTS on: September 21, 2017, 11:27:12 am
That's a very big hint. But maybe not if you're off on the drugs the HM the Queen pushed you.
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