It’s the kind of thing you can either relate to or you can’t. If you’ve never had someone breathing down your neck (in this case literally), then it won’t make sense to you.
Well, it’s sort of old news now as it happened almost a year ago.
But this is the first time she’s talking about the experience, which is why it’s brought up again.
I doubt anybody will be riled up that wasn’t riled up the first time. If they weren’t riled up the first time, they wouldn’t be riled up now.
A republican was most likely to win regardless. [mommy / daddy / mommy / daddy cycle]. That he won by so little was the surprise to me.
Did you see the animated gif I put on top? That was at his closest approach. He was in her space and when someone’s in your space, you can usually feel it [unless you lack regular boundaries]
These days, the “anti-SJW” movement is the new McCarthyism. The media and Hollywood and many governments are accused of being “SJWs”, “liberal agenda”, “feminism run rampant”, anti-men.
The attitude is: women are taking over. Immigrants are going to destroy “our society”. “people are too soft these days”, etc.
But I think of it as society moving to the hard right. We’re in a “daddy phase” right now. Big powerful daddy will take care of everything if we just trust daddy and don’t question daddy because daddy knows best.
Prior to this, we were in a mommy phase.
They had to be in other rooms then John Ragin. That particular ballroom had a maximum capacity of about 5000 people.
There’s multiple ballrooms there each with different capacities.
The “venue” would be the entire building. Several areas were closed off, although the entire building to capacity is 27,000. No single room holds 15,000 people.
So if there were 15,000 people total, they were in different rooms, perhaps watching on big projectors. That makes sense and I can go with that possibility.
If you go through the history of Arizona rallies (Trump and Pence have both used that same convention center in that same ballroom), the numbers are around the 3500-4500 mark.
I don’t doubt the possibility of 15,000 people in the whole complex, but not in that one room.