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Why Voting Fails With More Than Two Choices

Imagine a poll asking "Which of these is your favorite color?" The choices are Azure, Sky Blue, and Red.

Result:

Azure: 30%
Sky Blue: 30%
Red: 40%

Red is the most liked choice.

Then the same people are polled with the question, "Which of these do you dislike the most?"

Result:

Azure: 20%
Sky Blue: 20%
Red: 60%

Conclusion: The most liked choice is the most disliked choice.

If it's not supposed to "trap a perjury" it's not a "perjury trap", it's a "pathological liar" trap!

Right? A rat trap traps rats, a roach trap traps roaches, a pathological liar trap traps pathological liars.

Daily Beast says 43% of Republicans Want to Give Trump the Power to Shut Down Media

New Poll: 43% of Republicans Want to Give Trump the Power to Shut Down Media

a plurality of Republicans want to give President Trump the authority to close down certain news outlets, according to a new public opinion survey conducted by Ipsos and provided exclusively to The Daily Beast.


That's downright scary! I hope it's not true.

Sneak preview of the next movie in the Purge series!

Word is that the next edition of The Purge series will take place in Chicago, where Purge Night comes and goes, and nobody notices anything different.

A spam message on my smartphone from the Jeff Greene campaign

"Hi (my name)! This is Jeff Greene's campaign. What point do you think won the final debate for Jeff: Standing up to Trump OR fixing Florida's schools?"


I'm curious about what others here think of that message.


Any word on Rachel Maddow? Will she be coming back this evening?

The Trump Chronicles: It's not rocket science.

After reading "The White House Quietly Corrects Its Putin Transcript", read this for a good laugh:

First read this:

The White House Quietly Corrects Its Putin Transcript (discussed here in this thread)

Now read this:

Rachel Maddow blows it with another bogus Trump ‘scoop’ -- by Becket Adams









Is threat of a nuclear attack a "violent threat" contrary to Twitter's rules? It's debatable, right?

Twitter Hateful Conduct Policy:

Examples of what we do not tolerate includes, but is not limited to behavior that harasses individuals or groups of people with:

violent threats;


Trump Tweet:

“To Iranian President Rouhani: NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER CONSEQUENCES THE LIKES OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED BEFORE. WE ARE NO LONGER A COUNTRY THAT WILL STAND FOR YOUR DEMENTED WORDS OF VIOLENCE & DEATH. BE CAUTIOUS!” Trump tweeted.


But hey, there must be more violent things a person can threaten another person with beside a thermonuclear attack, although I can't think of any at the moment.

Here's the new "Get A BRAIN! MORANS":


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