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  • Andy, How are you feeling about the election?

  • It's getting very close.

  • You get intense.

  • Uh, I have just kind of let go and let God Jesus has taken the wheel.

  • Good.

  • Good at this point.

  • Now, to be fair, Andy, you said that to me 25 years ago, right?

  • But that was Jesus.

  • That was a guy that worked for me.

  • God, I mean, Jesus Christ.

  • Got it?

  • Got it.

  • Very good.

  • Alright.

  • Well, hey, you know, a lot of people just losing their minds about this election.

  • It's an important one.

  • Yeah.

  • Tomorrow.

  • Tomorrow's the big day.

  • Finally, Election Day.

  • And I think I speak for a lot of people when I say I'm ready for it to be over.

  • Just be done.

  • Now.

  • One reason I gotta tell you, I am tired of seeing political ads.

  • Yeah, here in California, in Los Angeles, there are a ton of propositions on the ballot and for each of them there's an ad that's for it.

  • And then there's another ad that's against it.

  • And then they they both make seem seemingly good points.

  • Yes, I know.

  • It's so confusing.

  • It takes so much time.

  • I'm confused in the end.

  • I don't know what to believe.

  • For example, let me show you first.

  • I saw this ad for too long.

  • Californians have suffered through bad air quality.

  • Proposition 40 changes that for good.

  • For clean air.

  • Vote yes on prop 40.

  • Okay, simple enough.

  • Clean air.

  • Great.

  • Then I saw this.

  • Sure, air quality has been an issue in California, and Prop 40 says it will address that.

  • But what they don't tell you is Prop 40 gets rid of all air.

  • Good and bad.

  • No air, no life.

  • Vote no on Prop.

  • 40.

  • Unbelievable.

  • Yeah, it's really strange when the proposition seems simple enough.

  • Like this one.

  • Prop.

  • 80 will guarantee a dramatic increase in education spending statewide.

  • This'll funding will improve school district's and give students more tools for future success.

  • Vote yes on prop 80.

  • Right?

  • Simple enough Then I saw this.

  • Oh, you're really going to vote for prop 80 dork Onley Dumb virgin nerds like prop.

  • 80.

  • Higher spending on education is on Lee for geek losers, and it will definitely ensure that no students get invited to Devon's house to pound beers while his parents are out of town.

  • Vote no on prop 80.

  • But face this one.

  • I got to say it was just strange.

  • Global warming, Police brutality.

  • Too much mayonnaise on sandwiches.

  • Vote 12 on Prop.

  • Eight and then the opposition ad shows up.

  • Didn't clear up anything.

  • Awkward.

  • High fives, flat beer, Human sex trafficking.

  • Vote eight on prop 12.

  • Here's another ad I didn't understand.

  • Prop 61 will finally ban the use of passive aggressive language and political ads ensuring an honest and straightforward discourse Moving forward.

  • Vote yes on Prop 61.

  • But I'll definitely vote yes after seeing this ad vote no on prop 61 or vote Yes.

  • It's not like you're a listen to my advice.

  • Anyway, you're the genius whose parents bought his way into a fancy college.

  • So you know what?

  • Just vote How you're gonna vote big shot.

  • Finally, there's this one.

  • It's something I guess we can all agree on help.

  • May vote yes on Prop 12 or I'll die.

  • E don't want that guy to die, right, Andy?

  • Yeah, but come and I know that guy and he's actually kind of a dick.

  • Alright.

  • Well, now I'm confused again.

  • Really?

  • You want him dead?

Andy, How are you feeling about the election?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/13
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