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Lucy Steigerwald and Sheldon Richman are back again to engage in many thoughtful tangents coming off of the issue of voting. Steigerwald rants about bathroom bills and praises Trump, Richman once voted for a man named Elvis Presley, and they both flirt with anarcho-monarchism, if only for a minute or two.

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