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Neat. Looks like someone is mass reporting groups to shut them down. Politics being what it is, it's easy to grab the "other side" as a perpetrator. Alternatively, given the nebulous and transient nature of any evidence left by these reports would make it easy to commit such an attack and then use that very predisposition as a smoke screen.

I wonder who's actually behind it, and what their objective is?

In any event, this is a strong argument for an open communications platform. One treated as a public utility, and not a profitable corporate venture.
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WA Democrat caucus was interesting.
I noticed a few things which struck me as different from 8 years ago.

1) Almost everybody turned in their ballots as soon as they got there. There were only a couple holdouts waiting to hear others speak.

2) Of the people who spoke for Hillary, one of the most common notes I detected in their speech was fear. Fear of a Republican president, fear of terrorism, sometimes just a general fear of the future. Of the people speaking for Sanders, most of their speech focused on a desire for change but there was an underlying animosity to the concept of a Republican president.

3) There was a strong distaste for differing ideas or opinions from both sides. A couple people were not holding to proper debate or panel discussion procedures, but appeared to expect others to adhere to those rules anyway.

4) 60 people showed up for a sub-region caucas which probably represented less than 5,000 people. That was a lot higher turnout than what I saw 8 years prior.

5) Very few were willing to be county/regional caucas delegates. Although our region was a close split in terms of votes, there were barely enough Hillary supporters to be delegates for the next caucas level and just one extra volunteer for Sanders delegates.
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Fucking Sargon of Akkad is culturally appropriating Sye Ten Athiest's humor.
 
Feminists and Islamists have basically the same ideology, thanks Sye Ten (sub to his channel he's amazing)
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It was a disturbing lack of faith though...... to be fair
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