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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Scott1970, Sep 19, 2020.
go to bed and get up next day for work as usually
Glad to see the confidence here, I just hope I won't be crying.
I too will come home from work, have supper, finish evening chores, shower, and bed. Wake up in the morning and see which pistol I will need to carry for the day.
Ill have to work the next day, but when Trump gets reelected, I just may call off and make it a margarita day
I have CNN and MSNBC (as well as a few others) blocked on my TV. I may have to unblock them and focus on those two only. I did not make it through the night last time and I doubt I will this time.
I don’t sleep at all on election night. Never have. Even in 16 when DJT was announced the winner I was so overjoyed that I ran naked through the woods for hours.
Unless it’s a blowout.
I suspect we will see democratic controlled areas with 120% voter turnout.
I should probably put in for a post election night day off.
I'll be going to bed early. Nothing will be decided election night. Probably by Saturday night things will be clearer, then I can get drunk.
Vote and pray.
Typical night, feed the kids, chill out on the couch and watch a mystery show or two, get the kids to bed then sleep.
Probably check the early results before I turn in.
Short of a massive landslide for Trump all the mail in stuff means we won't know anything for days, at minimum, anyway.
I don't plan anything special, and sure as heck won't be staying up late to watch the talking heads try to call the race.
After voting, there isn't much I can do anymore.
I don't expect there'll be any meltdowns on election night this time, because they have the "mail-in ballots still coming in" trick up their sleeve. Nudge nudge, wink wink.
Prob not too much...we won’t “know who won” until weeks later I’m sure.
I'm worried the timing of Justice Ginsburg's death may rally the clueless faithful.
In any case I will either drink a bourbon, or a much stronger bourbon.
If people could step back from the silliness and see, the transfer of power in this country it is a pretty amazing and calm process. It may take some time this go around but the Republic will survive and thrive in spite of the highly publicized actions of a tiny fraction of people.
If we lived in a dictatorship I would be more worried but we do not.
So, either way, bourbon and beer and likely some takeout pad normai. Hot.
Same plan as ever: Bed at eight, up at four the next day.
Unless it's a blowout it'll be days or maybe even weeks until it's decided.
I'll find out the next morning. Many people I know are cleaning rifles, and zeroing scopes, loading magazines and just getting ready for the Democrats going crazy!