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I’m Now Part of’s Great Socialization Chokepoint

It sucks (so I eliminated the chokepoints).

Author is ready for a night on the down. He’s wearing a Fedora and blazer, but instead he’s in bed with a bottle of Drano and sitting at his computer writing the article you are reading.
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In military strategy, a chokepoint is a geographical feature on land such as a bridge or valley, which an armed force must pass through to reach its objective, sometimes on a substantially narrowed front or uncertain terrain. The adverse impact of a chokepoint to warfighters is obvious — it…




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