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Cake day: December 11th, 2023

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  • All you gotta do is have 1 kid. Then you just give your house to that kid using a family trust. Finally, if you get along with the kid, everything is cool but right about at 70 years of age you gotta croak.

    If you don’t get along or if you’re already 70, here’s the way out. First make sure your kid can keep collecting the checks. Next move to Latin America, don’t worry, it’s on paper only. Here’s option 1; parachute without the little backpack they give you. That’s an easy 200mph for 3 minutes. Choose a flat or rocky place, you don’t wanna be there when it happens. Don’t choose a fluffy canopy area, trust me, you don’t wanna be there. Option 2 is enlisting in the ruzzian army, just go to Ukraine right after and take lots of snacks for the road. Option 3 involves chemistry so I’ll be skipping it, you and I don’t have the patience.

    Anyway there’s a movie with a 100 ways of doing it, and Switzerland has made it legal, so it’s a plane ticket away, you just have to convince a psychologist that you really want economical freedom and that this is the only way. This and taxes.




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    From the government:

    https://www.archives.gov/electoral-college/electors

    If the electors vote for President, why should I vote in the general election?

    During the general election your vote helps determine your State’s electors. When you vote for a Presidential candidate, you aren’t actually voting for President. You are telling your State which candidate you want your State to vote for at the meeting of electors. The States use these general election results (also known as the popular vote) to appoint their electors. The winning candidate’s State political party selects the individuals who will be electors.

    So let me rephrase, you don’t vote for president. You merely provide a suggestion like an 8ball. The government picks electors (not you). They get to vote. Again, not you. So if you forgot to vote, don’t worry, it’s going to happen anyway. Like if they were going to choose Edgar Allen Poe, it doesn’t matter what you want, they will vote for a dead person before they care about your vote.


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    Also remember that we don’t actually vote for the president. That’s the job of the electoral college. They just want to see if we all guessed it right.

    Hey guess who is the next person to be the president? C’mon tell us! I’m going to guess Biden…I’m going to guess Trump! You are both wrong! The next president is this Gala Apple 🍎 with a worm inside!

    Thanks electoral college! Without you. How could we ever know who You want to rule over us all like a king?