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    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 2 points ago in neoliberal

    Imagine complaining about an 8 am wake up

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 6 points ago in neoliberal

    “ the fact that everything is made up.. like ? money ? like ? .......... ? “we can’t print more bec inflation or whatever 😩😭😭😭” .. bitch u don’t gotta tell nobody ? we TRILLIONS in debt this shit is all fake no reason ppl should be struggling and dying for this fake ass system” -random ass tweet on my twitter feed with 230k likes

    Economists utterly btfo 🤣

    [–] [Spoilers S7] With a 9.6 rating, the prequel episode is the 2nd highest rated episode of The 100 on IMDb -GregTheGreat- 1 points ago in The100

    I expect this one to drop significantly more then average just simply due to fans ‘pushing’ it more then the others, meaning the casual fan score may differ more. My guess would be somewhere in the 9.0-9.1ish range when it’s all said and done?

    Then again, the revelations of this episode may be more mind blowing to casual fans who didn’t already know lore like the Second Dawn being the first grounders, so who knows?

    [–] [Spoilers S7] With a 9.6 rating, the prequel episode is the 2nd highest rated episode of The 100 on IMDb -GregTheGreat- 1 points ago * (lasted edited 5 hours ago) in The100

    Don’t brigade the Arrow episode score. It’s a dick move and it’s already pretty low anyways.

    You’re definitely right about the score being higher from people trying to convince the CW to pick it up though. That being said, it won’t make a difference either way. The CW won’t be looking at the IMDb scores (which aren’t unbiased and can be easily brigaded) to make their decisions.

    [–] [Spoilers S7] With a 9.6 rating, the prequel episode is the 2nd highest rated episode of The 100 on IMDb -GregTheGreat- 1 points ago in The100

    As a heads up, IMDb scores are always massively inflated the first couple weeks after an episode. The big fans watch it, immediately rate it, and increase the score. Meanwhile people who aren’t as into the show will watch it later (and won’t be as enthusiastic) and lower the score when they rate it. Like clockwork the score will always drop 2-3 (and often more) points before it stabilizes.

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 4 points ago in neoliberal

    That’s bold coming from an AmeriKKKan 😤

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 1 points ago in neoliberal

    Because the entire event hinges on the computer being infallible. That means if you choose Box B, the computer WILL have put the million in there. If you pick both, the computer WON’T have put the million in there. Trying to pick both will always have box B empty, or otherwise the computer is not infallible and the entire premise fails.

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 1 points ago in neoliberal

    Yeah I realized afterwards that I read it backwards, and edited it shortly before your comment. I meant the reverse, that it’s always better to pick Box B only because the entire thing hinges on the computer being infallible

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 2 points ago * (lasted edited 6 hours ago) in neoliberal

    Maybe I’m under thinking it, but wouldn’t the only real option be to pick both boxes? If he’s infallible, he would known if you planned to take only box B, making it always the bad choice. Meanwhile, box A will always be a safe choice.

    Edit: I read it backwards. I mean it’s always safe to pick box B because it’s infallible, meaning you will always get the million

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 1 points ago in neoliberal

    The opposite here. My family is actually super chill with Catan, but whip out Monopoly and blood will flow

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 8 points ago in neoliberal

    Gotta say, PublicPolicyPolling’s new strategy to crowdfund polls from election junkies on Twitter was a pretty genius choice, and I’m surprised it took this long for some pollster to exploit it.

    Their poll tomorrow better show Democratana 😤

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 13 points ago in neoliberal

    I unironically believe in the conspiracy that Nates model is showing absurdly high percentages for Biden’s victory ( >95%) and Nate is delaying it out of some hope that the race narrows so he doesn’t face backlash when posting it.

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 3 points ago in neoliberal

    I can see Biden just start doing mocking laugh of his at Trump’s comments, and pivot to some kind of statement about bringing decency back to the White House and healing America. It could work well if pulled off.

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 2 points ago in neoliberal

    He wrote himself in

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 3 points ago in neoliberal

    Anarcho-monarchism ✊👑🤝👑✊

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 14 points ago in neoliberal

    They’re completely different though

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 6 points ago in neoliberal

    Educated whites turning Democrat feels like it will be a continuing trend in the next few elections, so yes.

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 4 points ago in neoliberal

    If Trump nukes the suburbs to prevent their voting and therefore win the election, would /r/neoliberal suddenly support him? 🤔

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 7 points ago in neoliberal

    He went to visit a hospital. I have a feeling they had a hardline stance on masks being a must in the situation for Trump to visit. Plus, his germaphobe aspects likely made him more paranoid to be in a hospital without more protection.

    [–] 🚨 BLUE TEXAS ALERT 🚨 THIS IS NOT A DRILL 🚨 -GregTheGreat- 5 points ago in neoliberal

    No. Texas was about 12 points more Republican then the nation in 2016, and Biden is up by around 10 points at the moment. Factor in demographic trends and Texas should be in toss-up territory

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 5 points ago in neoliberal

    Tbh the difference generally comes through the fact that you can buy cards individually to avoid gambling, while loot boxes are often the only way to get certain items

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 3 points ago in neoliberal

    BC is always super interesting electorally because Vancouver island and Vancouver itself are easily the most progressive areas of Canada, but contrasted by a very conservative interior. Add in the moderate Vancouver suburbs and you got a shitshow brewing

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 3 points ago in neoliberal

    I’d argue it is slightly better because at least the Liberals had a halfway reasonable showing in British Columbia and (a lesser extent) Manitoba

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 2 points ago in neoliberal

    How would that work for Canada. English vs French Canada or Western vs Eastern Canada?

    [–] Discussion Thread -GregTheGreat- 6 points ago in neoliberal

    Piggybacking off of that Poland map, what are the best examples of extremely stark regional divides in elections? I’ve always found them fascinating to look at.

    The 1980 Canadian election comes to mind for me. Pierre Trudeau’s Liberals won a majority government despite only winning a single seat west of Ontario (and zero west of Manitoba).