2020 Wasn’t The Dumpster Fire, America Is

The year in review

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It seems like at the end of every year there are a bunch of news reports and social media memes poking fun at how we’ve had nothing but misery for the last twelve months. People act like the minute we hit January 1st, everything is going to miraculously be better even though we’ve done virtually nothing to improve our circumstances.

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