In this election cycle, Woodpecker doesn’t sound nearly as angry or outrageous as I’d expected. The tone of conversation has definitely shifted, and maybe its drift.


One thought on “THE TONE HAS CHANGED

  1. anger and outrage is an ill fit in cases such as this, where desperation and anxiety more accurately descriptive terms…. Fear tends to be more serious than merely being upset with an issue. Merely ranting about vital threats to society and the world is insufficient–more reasoned and dedicated warning is more appropriate.

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