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What's the best board game that replicates some aspect of real-world economics? (Think Monopoly, but not bad.)

Moe Facts with @MoeFactz and @adam was good before the protests started, but now? It's GREAT.

moefactz.com/

A relative is currently reading this book, and becoming more and move vocally pro-Trump.

amazon.com/God-Trump-2020-Elec

I'm looking for a book* to get him to counter some of the major pro-Trump ideas that has better reasoning, isn't so sensationalist, and is preferably also written from Christian perspective, so as to cover those bases as well. Any suggestions?

*I say book because that's the format that seems to work best with his learning style but other content wouldn't hurt either.

A good show to listen to when you're stressed out because it feels like the world is ending

overcast.fm/itunes1449884495/f

The most annoying dilemma: stay in a Facebook group that is reminiscent of middle school with the amount of drama and name-calling, for the sake of sitting on the sidelines and watching the mud getting slung around, or leave and miss out on what is sometimes quality entertainment?

Brian argues this more eloquently than I've heard anywhere else

We Must Reopen Churches
youtu.be/oQD9cu_cQQQ

Rather religious Catholic comment 

We'll have publicly-accessible Sunday Mass starting in June, but in order to receive Communion, one must wear a muzzle-I-mean-mask.

I don't think I can show the Body of Christ the reverence required while getting the mask off in order to place it in my mouth, so unless something changes, I will not be receiving the Eucharist.

I'm tempted to visit a eastern rite parish as they aren't requiring masks but now probably isn't the best time for that.

If I were to make a @adam / @Johncdvorak 2020 shirt to wear whenever I interact with Americans for the next few months, which one should be president?

Recently changed my music-listening strategy from "play anything except for the 25% of the library most recently played" to "play anything from the 25% least recently played" and it is amazing how much more variation is now in my life.

If I were to make a @adam / @Johncdvorak 2020 shirt to wear whenever I interact with Americans for the next few months, which one should be president?

This is my second cousin, from the Chicago area (whom I've never met, but devastating nonetheless)
chicago.cbslocal.com/2020/05/1

A friend of their set up a crowdfunding campaign if you're so inclined: gofundme.com/f/help-for-annas-

We just started on the last roll of toilet paper that we had before the corona-TP-crisis happened back in March.

While Brian usually talks on religious issues, his latest video essay, on homeschooling, will mesh nicely with many of the No Agenda tribe.

youtube.com/watch?v=hUog45Q7BV

Since coronavirus became a thing one's bank might email them about, I have received 4 emails from Scotiabank, which I am no longer a customer of. I click unsubscribe on each and am given a message that it will take 10 days. It's been fun.

@levisan

So you willfully submitted yourself to government tyranny of locking yourself up and possible $100k fines? 😡

That besides them now registering you as a Corona patient. Wich will never go away again from your files 😟

Next you submit and want the government to tell you are ok with even more testing. 😳

Are you trying to be the ultimate slave for the globalists? πŸ€”

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