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Can Trump voters be subjects of mass psychosis?

As I said earlier today, my sister and I were trying to figure out the Trump support conundrum and I suggested it’s sort of like mass psychosis. Neither of us knows whether it is possible. But poets and philosophers do. … Continue reading

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How I Learned The Facts of Life: NOT from Facebook

Do you get your news stories from Facebook? If you do, why, why, why, why? Yesterday in the New York Times, Charlie Warzel wrote that Mark Zuckerberg “is the most powerful unelected man in America” and that Facebook is too … Continue reading

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Mysteries of Life: Why does anyone believe The Big Lie?

Big lies are yammered over and over and over. I don’t believe them. I know the facts. Why would anyone else believe them? Because… Repeat something often enough, brazenly enough and aggressively enough to people dazed enough by the cacophony … Continue reading

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