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‘‘Twas the Night before US Elections when all through the Lands, Many People were Stirring…

‘‘Twas the Night before US Elections when all through the Lands, Many People were Stirring… // Nov 2, 2020 Twas the night before US elections, when all through the lands, Many people were stirring, some with shaking hands; The ballots … Continue reading

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Fired from Elections Canada Voting Day: Using A Washroom Without Permission

I was fired from Elections Canada voting day for using the washroom without permission? The gerrymandering is the word that readily springs to mind, but shenanigans is probably more apt: I am an engineer, physicist, and usually a climate scientist and part-time professor. … Continue reading

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