By Hal Brown
The GOP has gone wiggy in their war on woke.
The author lives in a suburb of wonderfully weird Portland, Oregon.
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Here in Portland, Oregon we are proud of being weird and wonderful. Keep Portland Weird is a frequently used slogan (read about it on Wikipedia).
This is the webpage of Travel Portland:
|This conveys how Portland is both weird and woke.|
This is from the website Boundless Roads:
Cities like Portland aren't the only promoters of weird and woke as a positive image. For example Weird N Woke is a line of clothing which combines weird with woke in their name .
The company, founded in Lancaster, PA, offers clothing like the Liberty is Dead t-shirt. Here's their Facebook page. I am now a fan of the company and appreciate that the founder Austin Welk (about him) resides in the Republican Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. It voted GOP in every presidential election since 2000 and i
Another way weird is used in a positive sense is in services. For example some of these are described here.
But Biden’s biggest advantage has to do with the opposition — the Republican Party has gotten weird.
I live in Portland, Orgeon, which proudly proclaims (as does Denver) itself as wonderfully weird. Thus I suggest that calling the Republican Party weird is a misnomer and does weirdness a disservice. I suggest the word wiggy which includes weird in the definition: emotionally uncontrolled or weird.
As a result, “They have to win the endorsement of a crowd in an echo chamber having a conversation that the rest of the country thinks is too nasty or weird to join,” he wrote.
weird | wird
| adjective suggesting something supernatural; uncanny : the weird crying of a seal. • informal very strange; bizarre: a weird coincidence | all sorts of weird and wonderful characters. • archaic connected with fate.
wiggy | ˈwiɡēadjective
We can thank Ron DeSantis for pushing the war against woke to and beyond the breaking point by going after Disney and continuing to dig in his heals in his utter bigotry. For example:
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