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  1. There's a picture of Susan Collins in the Washington Post from a couple of months back. She is standing in an elevator, mask on, head bowed, a bunch of her possessions in her arms, her dress crumpled, and the elevator door is shutting on her. It is emblematic of where she is in her senate career as the door of history shuts in her face. I am paraphrasing a Wapo message board commenter, and I would like to give that person credit but I can't find the picture or the article.
  2. Updated 3 hours ago at 538:Predicted D senate seats: 51.5Senate has 73% chance of being controlled by Ds.Biden has 87% chance of winning electoral college.Their graph shows the greatest probability of electoral outcomes being something like 400/138 Biden. That doesn't mean that outcome is probable. Here's the link to the presidential polls page:https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2020-election-forecast/ https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2020-election-forecast/senate/ Above is link to Senate polls page.538 is fun if not accurate.
  3. I don't know what will ultimately happen. I do know Lindsey is worried about all of the money Harrison is getting from small donations from across the country. People have been standing in line to vote there too, and people who are sublimely happy with the way things are generally do not do that.
  4. I can't copy the image, but here is the link to the latest 538 polls for South Carolina. https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/polls/south-carolina/
  5. Lindsey Graham is paying a heavy price for his duplicity. Jaime Harrison is now even with or ahead of Graham by 2-3 percentage points. He is always on Fox News whining about where all of this money (for Harrison) is coming from. Oh the irony.
  6. If you average these polls together Biden has a lead of 7.6. Round that up to 8 and that is probably a realistic "tightening" at this point. If you figure 3% vote for OTHER. .. 44.5% Trump 52.5% Biden 3% other
  7. Yep, if I was undecided this bunch would certainly make me want to vote for Trump! Why is it OK for them to do that to the American flag but taking a knee for the National Anthem is not OK? Just wondering.
  8. I dropped my absentee ballot off at an early voting site on Monday. Being diabetic, standing in a line like I always have was just too risky. I hope it gets counted.
  9. His microphone will be mutable tomorrow night, so no more of that. I doubt Trump would show up tomorrow night, but he knows he is losing and he is desperate.
  10. I find it impossible to "like" your comment - in particular what I put in bold - but I do agree with it.
  11. I look at the polling on fivethirtyeight.com pretty regularly. There has been some tightening, but there is no way that Biden is up only by three. Right now they predict 346/192 Biden/Trump.
  12. "Trump supporters shout and wave flags outside the John F. Kennedy Library polling station as early voting begins ahead of the election in Hialeah, Fla., on Oct. 19" Yep, if I was undecided, this group would certainly make me want to vote for Trump. I voted on Monday in Virginia.
  13. Thanks for the tip, but that's not going to help much. I am specifically looking for a good deal on World Cinema Project V3 - I may have to wait for the B&N sale - and a way to get volumes 4-6 of the Universal Horror Collections - the ones with the non-franchise Universal horrors like Black Cat and The Raven. These have good extras on them that were not on the DVDs. Amazon only has a small selection in their B2G1 Blu section. Maybe next time.
  14. About the dueling town halls last night. First from the Washington Post: "The town halls Thursday night — President Trump on NBC and Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, on ABC — were a study in contrasts. Trump spun a web of falsehoods like a whirling dervish, while Biden talked in depth and at length on a range of policy issues, leaving us with a handful of claims to check."Of course this is a study in contrasts. Some in conservative media are saying that the moderator for Biden's town hall softballed him while the one for Trump was like a prosecuting attorney. But going back and fo
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