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December 4th, 2017 · Posted by Skuds in Life · No Comments · Life

After a full day (0930 to 1930) doing interviewing for the local Labour party, and after getting a late dinner and going out for a walk with the dogs, it was time to unwind, reading a bit of the book I just started. I turned the page and the top of the next page started with the line “Libertarian paternalism, we think, is a promising foundation for bipartisanship“.

I think that may be the point I had a few nagging doubts about my ability to enjoy myself properly. I’m sure I used to be a bit more exciting than this.

 

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