Geography was key with Winston and I agreed based on my experiences but to me I always thought they were just vacations." - "Think about how many people sent Winston emotional thank you letters when they discovered his site. Because his articles presented opinions which were suppressed.
Millions of people had them, but they never heard anyone else discuss them, so they were led to believe they were crazy or delusional for having them.
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