Andrey (azangru) wrote,

What’s even less relatable to me than an urge to join a demonstration is an urge to attend a political rally. If I already knew I wanted to vote for a candidate, I’d wait until the election day and cast my ballot for them; what's the point of buying a ticket to go to a stadium and join a crowd to see the candidate whom I am going to vote for anyway? And if I am undecided about a candidate, I wouldn't buy that ticket in the first place.

People are weird.

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