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The rise of American authoritarianism - Vox

Fascinating (terrifying?) article about the rise of authoritarian America, Republicans and Trump. Worth your time to read. 

For decades, the Republican Party has been winning over authoritarians by implicitly promising to stand firm against the tide of social change, and to be the party of force and power rather than the party of negotiation and compromise. But now it may be discovering that its strategy has worked too well —and threatens to tear the party apart.

 

Just voted. No line. Took two minutes.

 
 

Design matters.
It's not you. Bad doors are everywhere. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yY96hTb8WgI&feature=youtu.be

 

Home with a sick kid. Think we'll spend some of our morning with @neiltyson and watch Cosmos.

 

Always nervous before a Carolina/Duke game

 
 

They Might Be Giants are now and have always awesome. Here's proof - Flood Promo - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-tQSFQ-ESY

 

Time lapse of the sun

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Saw this post on Vox and wanted to put it here because it's wicked cool. 

 

One likes cocoa puffs but not cocoa pebbles. The other likes cocoa pebbles but not cocoa puffs.