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No great insight on Election Night

Election season depresses me.

The actual voting makes me feel better.


Explaining (why not?):

This fall I have done a (I think) decent job tuning out the campaign-commercial rhetoric, even that by the people and issues I support. Political ads...ugh. I feel an incoherent rant coming on about them. (This is one reason I wouldn't want to work in voiceovers: what about doing voiceovers for nasty, deeply misleading commercials? "Candidate A rapes, kills and eats choir boys. Not necessarily in that order. Vote Candidate B. Protect your choir boys.") And now, my tuning-out extends to the election night coverage: "With 7% of votes in 7% of precincts reporting the votes of 7th sons of 7th sons, we predict the new members of Congress will start crapping out roses in their Wednesday morning bathroom trip..." I tuned in briefly to some news tonight and then came to my senses. I'll wait for the morning news to get a better sense of what happened.

But here's a simple idea: I can't do much about campaign rhetoric. Until I vote. Which I did. And felt glad I did so.

Like I said in the title: No great insight. But I did what I wanted to do.



Whale fluke
Chris Walsh

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June 2023


  • chris_walsh
    2 Jun 2023, 17:05
    I am glad you exist and that you're choosing to blog!

    Maybe not feeling poetic is a poetic state all its own?

    Try to capture that feeling - I think that will be reflective of many folks'…
  • chris_walsh
    2 Jun 2023, 06:59
    Glad you're surviving!
  • chris_walsh
    20 Jul 2021, 14:00
    I think I should wait until I have something better to brag about.
  • chris_walsh
    20 Jul 2021, 09:38
    I think it's okay to talk about your life, if you have something you want to share, even if you are doing well.
  • chris_walsh
    9 Jun 2021, 03:45
    I've been serving myself to watch this one day.
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