Who did you vote for?

Hillary Clinton
Total votes: 48 (41%)
Donald Trump
Total votes: 37 (32%)
Gary Johnson
Total votes: 10 (9%)
Jill Stein
Total votes: 13 (11%)
Evan McMullen (No votes)
Other
Total votes: 3 (3%)
Nobody
Total votes: 1 (1%)
Write in
Total votes: 3 (3%)
Stayed home
Total votes: 2 (2%)
Total votes: 117

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Inquisitor wrote:Seems we have some Trump voters after all.
Make haste, LGC mob, with our artisanal pitchforks and carbon neutral torches!
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I read the subject line and thought it was for people leaving the LGC ... LOL.

Like when you quit a job , kind of exit poll..

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HuckleberryFun wrote:
Inquisitor wrote:Seems we have some Trump voters after all.
Make haste, LGC mob, with our artisanal pitchforks and carbon neutral torches!
Do they have those for sale at Saturday Market?
Cynistoicureanism: The world view best expressed by "I can't trust 'em any farther then I can throw 'em, There's nothing I can do about it anyway, So let's have a drink".

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JColville wrote:
HuckleberryFun wrote:
Inquisitor wrote:Seems we have some Trump voters after all.
Make haste, LGC mob, with our artisanal pitchforks and carbon neutral torches!
Do they have those for sale at Saturday Market?
No but I hear whole foods is getting a lawn and garden section.

.... in all seriousness we just got our first whole foods where i live, been meaning to go, how does it compare to trader joes?
In Solidarity.

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wanzer777 wrote:
JColville wrote:
HuckleberryFun wrote:
Inquisitor wrote:Seems we have some Trump voters after all.
Make haste, LGC mob, with our artisanal pitchforks and carbon neutral torches!
Do they have those for sale at Saturday Market?
No but I hear whole foods is getting a lawn and garden section.

.... in all seriousness we just got our first whole foods where i live, been meaning to go, how does it compare to trader joes?
More BMWs in the parking lot. :roll:
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senorgrand wrote:
wanzer777 wrote:
JColville wrote:
HuckleberryFun wrote: Make haste, LGC mob, with our artisanal pitchforks and carbon neutral torches!
Do they have those for sale at Saturday Market?
No but I hear whole foods is getting a lawn and garden section.

.... in all seriousness we just got our first whole foods where i live, been meaning to go, how does it compare to trader joes?
More BMWs in the parking lot. :roll:
and labor practices that evoke Upton Sinclair
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Marlene wrote:
senorgrand wrote:
wanzer777 wrote:
JColville wrote: Do they have those for sale at Saturday Market?
No but I hear whole foods is getting a lawn and garden section.

.... in all seriousness we just got our first whole foods where i live, been meaning to go, how does it compare to trader joes?
More BMWs in the parking lot. :roll:
and labor practices that evoke Upton Sinclair
Well it's important to appear liberal.

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wanzer777 wrote:
JColville wrote:
HuckleberryFun wrote:
Inquisitor wrote:Seems we have some Trump voters after all.
Make haste, LGC mob, with our artisanal pitchforks and carbon neutral torches!
Do they have those for sale at Saturday Market?
No but I hear whole foods is getting a lawn and garden section.

.... in all seriousness we just got our first whole foods where i live, been meaning to go, how does it compare to trader joes?
Zero reasonably priced wine, better produce.

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Whole Foods = ostentatious, pretentious twits overpaying for lettuce to drop in their stinky canvas bags. I'll stick with Winco.
Cynistoicureanism: The world view best expressed by "I can't trust 'em any farther then I can throw 'em, There's nothing I can do about it anyway, So let's have a drink".

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shinzen wrote:
wanzer777 wrote:
JColville wrote:
HuckleberryFun wrote:
Make haste, LGC mob, with our artisanal pitchforks and carbon neutral torches!
Do they have those for sale at Saturday Market?
No but I hear whole foods is getting a lawn and garden section.

.... in all seriousness we just got our first whole foods where i live, been meaning to go, how does it compare to trader joes?
Zero reasonably priced wine, better produce.

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Better produce than Trader Joe's, almost as good as any Safeway in California.
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Don't forget the 30 percent higher prices

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JenDinLB wrote:Hilarious! I assume someone is bringing organic, free-range hummus? :P
No, an organic hemp noose.
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Carbon steel is organic, so there is that. ;)
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Wow, 28% of LGCers at this point voted Trump. That's as surprising to me as the actual election results.
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Larch wrote:Wow, 28% of LGCers at this point voted Trump. That's as surprising to me as the actual election results.
Not that surprising. I look at the election as which gallows do you want to stand on.
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sikacz wrote:
Larch wrote:Wow, 28% of LGCers at this point voted Trump. That's as surprising to me as the actual election results.
Not that surprising. I look at the election as which gallows do you want to stand on.
I am surprised.

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sikacz wrote:
Larch wrote:Wow, 28% of LGCers at this point voted Trump. That's as surprising to me as the actual election results.
Not that surprising. I look at the election as which gallows do you want to stand on.
that they are both gallows should be a red flag.
In Solidarity.

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Larch wrote:Wow, 28% of LGCers at this point voted Trump. That's as surprising to me as the actual election results.
With liberals like these, who needs conservatives?
Glad that federal government is boring again.

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HuckleberryFun wrote:
Inquisitor wrote:Seems we have some Trump voters after all.
Make haste, LGC mob, with our artisanal pitchforks and carbon neutral torches!
:sips craft beer from Mason jar whilst cleaning artisanal pitchfork:
Anything unattempted remains impossible.

Like coffee? (or tea?)

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Marlene wrote: Better produce than Trader Joe's, almost as good as any Safeway in California.
I'm still mad that Albertson's bought out Safeway. Result being, we no longer have Safeway in my fair burg.
Anything unattempted remains impossible.

Like coffee? (or tea?)

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dandad wrote:I read the subject line and thought it was for people leaving the LGC ... LOL.

Like when you quit a job , kind of exit poll..

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That's what I thought too. I clicked to see what the issue was that sparked a mass exodus.

27% of respondents voted for Trump? I guess you folks must have believed W's "kinder, gentler America" line, too. I have one word for you - Berlusconi.

We’ve seen Donald Trump before – his name was Silvio Berlusconi

"Berlusconi had not just won, he had also stolen the left’s clothes and some of its supporters. That first government was short lived, but Berlusconi would dominate Italian politics for the next 20 years – winning elections in 2001 and 2008 and losing by a handful of seats in 2006. In terms of days in office, Berlusconi ranks as Italy’s third longest-serving prime minister, behind Mussolini and the great liberal of 19th-century Italy, Giovanni Giolitti.

The parallels between Berlusconi and Trump are striking. Both are successful businessman who struggle with “murky” aspects linked to their companies – tax, accounting, offshore companies. Berlusconi was convicted of tax fraud in 2013, which effectively put an end to his political career. But business success and huge wealth was part of his political appeal, as they are for Trump. Beyond wealth, Berlusconi, like Trump, always painted himself as an outsider, as anti-establishment, even when he was prime minister. And, like Trump, Berlusconi’s appeal was populist and linked to his individual “personality”."

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... e-minister

As you probably guessed, his brilliant plans for an amazing economic rebirth of Italy as a result of his incredible business acumen and unleashing of market forces came to nothing.
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we should be asking ourselves, what about the LGC forum makes this 28% for trump come as a surprise. because it is a surprise, and we're a little (though unrepresentative in ways) microcosm of the general populace. why were those people not comfortable sharing their views? :hmmm:
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