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2021’s Newest Balloons

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Unlike last year, I’ll be having Thanksgiving with a small gathering of my family. We’re all wary of another holiday surge, but unlike half the country, we’re still taking precautions beyond getting complacent after being vaccinated and boosted.

If the Feds didn’t drag their feet approving children and boosters, we might all be going into another holiday season with the confidence of someone chugging ivermectin.

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Climate Conference Swag Bag

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The 26th United Nations climate conference is wrapping up today. China and the US made a pinky swear promise today to do something in the future, so maybe this whole cartoon is moot and the climate will be fine now.

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A Warning from the Candy Cops

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Every October, the cops trot out a PR campaign about the dangers of marijuana edibles to trick-or-treaters, and the local news dutifully covers it.

No one is giving kids their edibles. Getting hit by a car is a far more likely danger to kids on Halloween and every day.

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Mint the NFTs

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Things are playing out exactly as they did in 2009 during the Obama years with deficits and debt suddenly the hostage du jour for Republicans (and defacto ones like Manchin and Sinema) who want things to be bad for the midterm elections.

Economists (the only social scientists who get rewarded for being wrong) poo-poo printing more money by invoking the “inflation” boogey man, but nobody has any money. The meager stimulus some people got because of the pandemic ran out months ago, and I’ve yet to see anything beyond the runaway housing/healthcare/education inflation we’ve been suffering through for the last 40 years.

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