As long as it's Oregon Trail, sure.
New at @MarketBuddhist@twitter.com, I wrote about how the Buddhist idea of the "two arrows of suffering" can explain why our political culture and debate feels so broken, and how we can take steps to make it better. https://www.freemarketbuddhist.com/newsletter/the-two-arrows-of-our-broken-political-culture/
This is silly. Biden defeated the leftist candidates in the primary, the Dems have a real opportunity to be in power for a while because the GOP set itself on fire, so the thing he "must" do is embrace unpopular leftist economics that will alienate voters. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/10/26/if-elected-biden-must-go-big/
Limp is easily the best pop punk band of the 90s that nobody's heard of and I'm frustrated albums like "Pop & Disorderly" aren't recognized classics. And they were awesome live, too. https://open.spotify.com/album/4AwFm4TevHrNVRsp9URXtk?si=EbLsN1fnQyGEbkoZ6jj-vA
The new Bad Religion song sounds like what you'd get if you asked @OpenAI@twitter.com's music generator to make you a new Bad Religion song. https://open.spotify.com/track/0TilqqFE4PTarkBCsx3udk?si=mksX76RlRbe-XJQ6MZJtMQ
There's a new, 30 minute documentary about the making of Tremors free on YouTube, and it's a lot of fun. Tremors is one of only a handful of perfect movies ever made. https://youtu.be/hpCSCQJEmnk
Hugh Hewitt put together a list of who he thinks might run for the GOP nomination in 2024 and it is, to say the least, profoundly depressing. It also seems to be a list that, in almost every possibility, guarantees a Democratic victory. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/10/18/2024-race-begins-republicans-nov-4/
Cato Institute moral and political philosophy scholar. Libertarianism.org director and editor. Husband. Dad. Aristotelian. Buddhist.
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