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Warpy

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New from KKK-Tel, the GOP Christmas Album

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Song for 2020: "THIS IS SHIT"

NSFW, obviously.

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This is how you skewer a malignant narcissist, Brian Williams does it right

in perfect deadpan style.

They'll scream about fraud in Chicago. This is what it's based on and they're wrong

Massive nerd alert, it's about numbers.

Biden's strategy to avoid the transition trap



(Sorry if this has been posted before, I did look but my eyes are shit)

Send him to Finalnd!



Made in Finland at Noin Vilko Studios.

Pascal Comelade- Haikus de Pianos (full)



Comelade has composed a lot of music for toy piano. Here it's a duet, the pieces oddly soothing while the discordance between instruments appropriate to the day.

Orange Faced Prison Blues (well done)



Never heard of this guy but he does a great Johnny Cash.

ETA: His hame is Deke Dickerson.

2020

Somebody on another site suggested this is 2020 set to music. I have to say it's really growing on me.

Goldman's chief economist breaks down why a Biden-led blue wave would prompt an upgrade in growth

Current polling suggests a blue wave led by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is becoming more likely, as he extends his lead following last week's presidential debate, Goldman Sachs said in a note on Monday.

Democratic control of the presidency and both the House and the Senate would likely lead to a surge in economic growth, according to Goldman, as it would give Biden and his party more latitude to pass their legislative agenda.

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/stock-market-outlook-biden-blue-wave-boost-growth-goldman-sachs-2020-10-1029649255#

Good article, talks about balancing increases on the rich and the corporate balancing spending at the bottom. The rich and the corporate are starting to notice those sharply lower returns this year, so their resistance will be only token.
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