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What costs more than the Olympics, is more insidious than the novel coronavirus and more exciting than Game of Thrones?

The biggest game in town; the US presidential race. An epic tale of Good versus Evil.

Seriously folks, reality TV is also real TV. Tune in, turn on, and duck for cover. Here come 70 epic days.

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1 COMMENT

  1. The Lone Ranger… on his own because Tonto’s racked off
    due to Native Americans’ lack of support regarding the
    biggest game-show in history. A sick, sore & sorry world it
    is for the Trum-pet’s followers. Nah. I’ve no time for that.
    Looks like Aussie’s following that trend too. Reality TV’s
    got it all covered – here & there & everywhere…

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