aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,
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aefenglommung

So there.

According to the headlines of articles that otherwise don't interest me, I note that the ongoing Writers strike may endanger the next Democratic Candidates' debate. Two reactions:

1) Good for them. I wish somebody could come up with something that would shut them all up for the next ten months or so.

2) But why? asks the more inquisitive part of my brain. Why should the refusal to work of people who write TV fiction for mere actors to recite shut down the exchange of ideas on the part of the political candidates? Then I remember the Democrats, and the question answers itself.
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