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His work on the rise of fascism in Europe is quite good. I think the only limitation on his travel contributions is Covid-19; he is still pre-eminent in TV travel! this photo is another example of the so called loving, caring, inclusive & tolerant Dems who are in fact the largest HATE group in the history of the US..
- you should really watch his show on the rise of fascism in Europe. The parallels to today’s political climate across the globe are hard to miss. A big part of Rick Steve’s greatness is his study and incorporation of history into his shows. Travel without historical perspective is just hedonism. Rick encourages us to understand the culture, their history, and how they have become who they are.
- you don’t want a discussion, you want people to agree with your take that he can’t do both travel and talk about other things. People can do what they want. He can get paid for travel writing and also believe in and advocate for something else. You have a personal grievance about some show you went to that you weren’t happy about? No one cares, there’s no discussion to be had about that.
- A discussion topic might be why do people think that a person can only do one thing, like write and film travel shows, OR advocate for civil rights issues they believe in. That’s a discussion we could have. Why can’t someone do both?
And Oregon has made psilocybin legal for therapeutic use and decriminalized all drugs (just a small fine) in order to move towards treatment instead of incarceration, which does nothing to treat addiction and tears apart families. A win all around!
I have to admit, I’m one of those lefty progressive folk who is not in favor of legalization – having worked some with addiction, I have real concerns about pot and it’s both short and long term effects. That said, it’s by no means a hill I’m willing to die on, so congratulations! And also so happy we have sanity returning to the White House. Now let’s get the Senate!
We need to show that support for marijuana is not just coming from college kids and deadbeats. I’m fully employed at a fortune 500 company, married, and own a home- and yes, I treat myself to the dispensary rather than a cocktail after a long week! Stop the stigma! Next step is to make “I smoked a joint in the park” as acceptable at the water cooler as “I crushed a six pack at the game” on a Monday morning!