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On Tuesday, I read a lot of people's reactions to the debate which I did not watch. I do not regret not watching the debate (I pretty much never watch the debates -- this is the point in the election cycle where Normal People are making up their mind, and I am Not Normal), but of course I am glad it happened and that people are learning more about the candidates and figuring out who reflects their values better so they can make an informed choice in November.

I did not go to my Dutch lesson because even tho I have decent energy, I am still coughing too much to feel okay being around a baby.

I've been reading _Biting the Dust_. I don't know how I missed this when it came out! It is exactly the sort of thing I liked then and now. Probably I looked at it and decided that it was inadequately sourced/noted (it _is_ inadequately sourced/noted, but for the first half of the book, I can basically tell where she got everything so I don't really care).

If someone can find any evidence that I _have_ read this book in the past, I am curious. It doesn't read as if I have read it before, but I am really shocked I've never run across it before. I got it at the library, at the same time I found a couple books about personality disorders.

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ethelmay
Sep. 28th, 2016 04:36 pm (UTC)
This isn't a typical election cycle, to put it mildly, but I don't think it's uncommon to have made up one's mind waaaaaay before the debate stage.
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