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I expected the woman this week to be much more biased. Other than interrupting, she was relatively mild.
As usuall the article on holidays left out the most important aspects for a lot of people. Often people look forward to shopping for holiday gifts, Christmas or other. Decorating their homes, which they can still do. They won’t be able to go to church as usual. No crowded Christmas Eve services or midnight Mass. No traveling to be with family. No office parties, big family gatherings, no hours around the tree opening presents. No caroling because singing has been banned. No big Thanksgiving dinners where people who are otherwise alone might be invited.
This can’t be good for Biden. There is also an interesting analysis of why Trump won the debate. Hint: muted mics
Wallace was impatient and anxious. I heard him say later he was extremely nervous before the debate. It showed.
Eating too much food and arguments.
I remember some of the funniest arguments during holiday dinners. There was always one pompous person who liked to fight. He passed away a few years ago.