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    • Summary: "Everything is political." Again, and for the last time: no, it isn't. I didn't "cite them as a source." I posted an article I'd queued up to read so that others might discuss it.
    • Every action we take, decision we make or conclusion we reach rests on assumptions not everyone would affirm. This is the realm of the political.   Even choosing 538 as a source rests on assumptions not everyone would make.  (btw, I don't have a problem with you citing them).
    • No, it isn't. It's social. It's human. And what I'm asking of people is to leave the politics to the side of it. You can be Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Marxist, whatever… and side with BLM and see value in changing this piece of the world, or the U.S. And I don't know what your "heavy handed" and "this demographic" means. Many people, even long-time members, seem to be completely unaware that we have a moderating team here at TST.
    • Thank you for your comments.  There are people here who have never heard about 'The Talk'.  Right now, it's obviously a difficult and really stressful time.  Be sure to take care of yourself, whether that is hitting a few balls or a glass of bourbon in the evening.  This is unprecedented.   Erik, you’re a curious nut.  I’m shocked (and heartened) you started this thread.  You typically take an overtly heavy hand in calling out anything that might ruffle the feathers of this demographic and now this?  Good on you, mate. But let’s be clear, this is indeed political.   Every action we take, decision we make or conclusion we reach rests on assumptions not everyone would affirm. This is the realm of the political.   As a nation, it’s an obvious turning point.  We tried everything to ignore football players kneeling to bring the issue to attention and now that effort has been revealed as farce.  We have to re-think policing from the bottom up.  The problems are numerous.
    • The Wicker Tree Bogey as a stand alone movie. DB as ‘looped in’ with Wicker Man, the original of course. Tried to be a little too cute with the weirdness and unfortunately couldn’t capture the subtle doom that encompassed the viewer as Wicker Man and Midsommar did.

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