legos, metal toy trucks, matchbox cars (and mud too), little people, “weebles” (wobble but they don’t fall down), board games, knockoff BMX bike, cassette recorder at 7/8 (I put some on Soundcloud), used 8-bit gaming at 9/10 (Intellivision), Tandy Color Computer 2 at 11, programming my own games followed, PC at 17 with modem and online in 1989 and playing with that last toy ever since.

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“STEM” is a very broad set. I wouldn’t say it’s dominated by “libertarians, racialist crackpots, and resentful anti-feminists,” at all. Maybe current University settings? I dunno. But in the working field, I’ve mostly seen that with certain engineering and programming, usually low levels. Scientists *tend* towards the left, although not exclusively by any stretch. The internet itself is the work of the idealistic communistic left as the various networks came together. The whole sharing culture. But, maybe it’s been changing. I dunno: the blog seemed like a solution looking for a problem, but perhaps I’m blind to it.

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Answer: Nope. Some communities want to handle their own affairs instead of police living outside of their neighborhoods doing so, and report to the outside authorities to their progress in improving their communities, but that won’t happen because 2nd amendment rights don’t extend to non-white groups. Also, that’s a community decided temporary measure some are proposing _not_ an authoritarian imposed “solution”. But I didn’t read the blog. I don’t like reading things that require me to get chemotherapy when I’m done.

Answer: Nope.
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Robotics is taking over production lines. Where I live, illegal immigrants are all around me working on farms and many legal now on their 3rd/4th generations immigrant levels. [I live next to Immokalee FL in a part of Naples that got Hurricane Irma’s eye over us last week]. But beyond the picking level, once they go into the factories, robotics takes over there too. If you’re looking to restructure society, you can’t start from 1800.

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