Posts bythebubbler

Everything was by the book, so what’s the problem?

This week, I stayed at a hotel that advertising having a refrigerator in every room. It wasn’t the only reason I selected this hotel, but it was among them, since I had some goods that would need refrigeration. When I got to the room, I found it did, indeed, have a refrigerator. It was completely full of cans of soda and bottles of various waters. Each was in a mechanism that would track if it was removed from the refrigerator. I had several bottles of my own and a bag of food that would have fit in the refrigerator,…

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GOP has no one to blame but themselves

The GOP’s inability to effectively respond to the raid on Trump’s home in Mar-a-lago is nothing more than a complete marketing failure. There is no purpose or unity in Republican marketing because there is no marketing department with a strategy and a message. Republicans are all out there saying whatever they think (and, being Republicans, there’s a lot of independent thought out there to corral), with no unity or strategy, or not saying anything at all. This story requires a coordinated offensive – especially because they don’t have any media or cultural support to amplify their message. Democrats have…

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Postcards from Big Tech

Many Americans don’t truly understand just what goes on in big tech companies and how much attempted indoctrination takes place. Back in January of 2022, I screenshat a string of posts from a Twitter member called Hazard Harrington. It perfectly captures what’s happening in tech companies across the country and how they then appear within LinkedIn. Without permission from Hazard, this is what was written: “I work in Big Tech. A name you would know and have probably used before. Wanted to give a rundown of what it’s like from the inside right now. Obviously insanely radically leftwing. BLM/LGBTQ….

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Showing up should give you priority

Lately, I’ve been finding that when I go to a restaurant to order food, I find myself standing there waiting for service while the staff runs around in the background preparing all of this food for seemingly absent clientele. As I stood there watching Uber and DoorDash drivers come in and out of the restaurant picking up that food while I stood there waiting for service, I realized that priority was being given to online orders. Obviously, ordering online is convenient and helping these places make money, so that’s great. But when someone does the work, makes the effort,…

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The Republican marketing problem in one picture

As I’ve written many times, the Republican brand, thanks to Democrat marketing (and a complete absence of Republican marketing) is synonymous with racism, hate, ignorance, violence, and misinformation. Check out this screenshot from Bumble, a dating app in which women “make the first move.” This woman wrote that she won’t date anyone who smokes or has bad hygiene. But more importantly, she equated Trump supporters – Republicans, with “hate, racism, ignorance, violence, and misinformation.” This supports my premise that there are many conservatives out there who vote for Democrats because they figure, they’re not racist or homophobic or sexist,…

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Let me help some of you with the Dobbs abortion decision

If the Supreme Court wanted to tell women what to do with their bodies, they’d mandate they stop having unprotected sex before marriage. They wouldn’t wait until they needed an abortion to tell them they can’t have one. Or, another option: The Supreme Court isn’t interested in telling women what they can and can’t do at all. They may just be ruling based on the Constitution.

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It’s about election security

The 2020 presidential election is over. Many believe it was stolen. I agree, though not in the ways many are saying, as I’ve written before. But it’s over. It’s not going to be reversed, and there are probably very few people who might change their opinion on it, no matter what they hear or what proof they’re offered. Certainly, we should learn from what happened to ensure it can’t be repeated, but that brings me to the point: Conservatives should be talking about future election security, not past potential election compromise. If everyone is interested in fairness and allowing…

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Democrats: Sinister or Stupid?

The GOP, and conservatives, in general, continue to prove they need a lot of marketing help. Here’s the most important solution, and it must be implemented now: Brand the Democrats with this simple choice: Sinister or Stupid? It’s a question everyone can identify with, and it’s universally always a good question to ask about anything a Democrat says or does. Gas and oil prices are skyrocketing. What would you do? Democrats would stop drilling for oil in our own country. Are they sinister or stupid? Racial tension is a real problem. What would you do? Democrats would teach and…

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How to build a thriving city – 2022

I recently hopped in my car and drove from Seattle to Boise, Salt Lake City, Santa Fe, Flagstaff, Vegas, Bakersfield, then San Francisco, and back to Seattle. Coming from Seattle, a city that is clearly thriving in nearly every way, I started to notice little similarities in some of these other cities. Boise had a small tent city near the Capitol. Salt Lake City had obviously consolidated it’s roadways for bike lanes. And on it went. I was also recently in Milwaukee, and noticed this same trend. It was starting to adopt some of the ideas that made Seattle…

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