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It’s impossible to ignore what’s going on in this plague year of 2020, maybe that’s why I enjoy retreating into the eighteenth century and chaos of my own invention.

How about that election? We received an answer to the question; what happens when there is no longer a societal collective truth? The answer is that a lot of people die. We’re coming up on three-hundred-fifty thousand. A staggering number, but evidently not enough to unite us as Americans. Heartbreaking when you consider that its the twenty-first century and we are supposedly one of the more advanced countries in the world.

Are we?

One thing is for sure, we’ve had a glimpse of how easily social media and propaganda can tear us apart. Democracy is more fragile than we ever imagined.

Americans unite.

That is all.

Entertain. Educate. Inspire.

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