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  • election in a couple of days.

  • We're talking about Halloween.

  • The election?

  • Yep.

  • Coming up Tuesday?

  • Yep.

  • Now there are over 15 propositions on the ballot here in California.

  • 15.

  • It's hard.

  • You have to look him up to even figure out what they are.

  • And yes, you should vote for.

  • It's crazy.

  • And even when you look them up and read them, they're still complicated.

  • Yeah, you're still not exactly sure how to vote.

  • It's a lot to keep track of.

  • In fact, I saw an ad last night for a proposition I didn't even know was on the ballot.

  • When I see TV ads for California ballot measures, I get really confused because whether the ads or for or against they both use the same creepy piano music to scare me.

  • Usually an alternating 15 interval on the right hand and a descending melodic minor tetra cord on the left.

  • That's why I'm voting for pop.

  • 4.5.

  • Proposition 4.5 requires advertisers to use major key piano music toe argue in favor of a ballot measure and minor key progressions Onley for ads urging you to vote against it.

  • However, ads in favor of a ballot measure that warn you about the consequences of its failure to pass can still be in a minor key.

  • While ads against a ballot measure that argue that its defeat will improve the lives of Californians would be in a major key.

  • It's just that simple.

  • So vote yes on prop 4.5 or vote no.

  • Yeah!

election in a couple of days.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/30
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