At the risk of bringing censure on myself for inserting politics in an apolitical forum, allow me to propose the following 10 reasons for not voting for Trump:
1). His hair is dumb, even though he takes elaborate and expensive measures to make it not look dumb
2).(more) His makeup is dumb, and see above
3). His answers to questions are dumb, testing no higher than a 7th grader in vocabulary and syntax and being equal in content to the innards of a playground kickball.
4). He has had millions of dollars at his disposal constantly throughout his adult life and yet he has the class and sophistication of a truculent dock worker, with apologies to all the non-truculent dock workers making honest livings
5). He does not play nice with others
6). His ideas are bankrupt, eg. Mexico will build and pay for a wall to keep immigrants from crossing the border. Huh? Of course, when Mexico refuses to implement this idea of his, he'll just blame the Mexicans. Clever, eh?
7). He is charmless. Not one drop of it. As charismatic as a slamming door.
8). Consider the prospect of electing a billionaire for president. Can you think of anybody less in touch with the average American's daily experience? Fictional characters like Darth Vader don't count.
9). If your cat could talk, he would tell you: Trump blows.
10). If Trump were running against a bio-identical clone of himself, he would not vote for clone Trump! Let that sink in. In this scenario where the two Trumps were 100 % the same, even Trump would not vote for Trump!
I hope I have given you points to ponder. The decision you make in the voting booth is yours alone: what will you do?(less)
"So you stay quiet. You're forced to decide between what you want and what you know is right. Tell me, Yoosung," Seven says quietly, staring up at his ceiling. "How do you decide? What will you do?"
"I'd pick what I want," Yoosung says quickly, hands never stilling(more) from the keyboard until he suddenly looks over. "I want to believe it'll fix itself and turn right by me being honest."
"I wish that were the case," Seven murmurs, eyes closing. He doesn't hear Yoosung get up, nor does he hear when he starts rummaging in his drawers for mouse batteries.
He does, however, hear when Yoosung lets out a loud gasp.
"What is this," Yoosung whispers, voice horrified. "Seven, how many times she /what/-"
"Don't look in there," Seven demands, taking the book and throwing it onto the bed behind him. "What is that? Seven?!"
"It doesn't matter. It's just a game."
"What kind of game?"
"Not one you would enjoy."
He hopes Yoosung will leave it alone.
Still, he knows it'd be hard when the only laminated pages inside it are titled, 'Times she found love with Zen', 'Times she's married Yoosung', 'Times she helped and cared for Jaehee', 'Times she's protected Jumin', and his most and least favorite, 'Times she's fallen in love with me.'
He can't remember how many ticks are on each page separately, but the total number racks up past one hundred.
"Will you ever stop?" she whispers, tracing his lips with a finger as she looks down at him and the book on his chest.
"Of course not. I want to see if we can reach a thousand."
"But it hurts you," she says quietly. "It hurts /us/, Luciel."
"Not loving you hurts," he replies. "Not knowing how much I do hurts even more."(less)