Tag Archives: open thread

Open Thread for July 2021

This is the Open Thread for July of 2021.

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Open Thread for April/May/June 2021

This is the Open Thread for April, May, and June of 2021.

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Cullen Hoback’s bizarrely fascinating six-part docuseries delving into the origins of QAnon wraps up on HBO this Sunday…

“After ejection,” Stockdale later wrote, “I whispered to myself: ‘Five years down there, at least.Read more ...

Open Thread for March 2021

This is the Open Thread for March of 2021.

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Alt-History: Imagine if the election of 1936 had gone differently…

Cool Car: Tesla certainly makes some really cool cars, even if their market cap feels like it lives in nosebleed territory…

Blown Away: For the first time ever, we can hear what a breeze on Mars sounds like…

He Did It: Nine years ago professional bowler Pete Weber celebrated winning the U.S.Read more ...

Open Thread for February 2021

This is the Open Thread for February of 2021.

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What happens when the sea shanty craze collides with the WSB mania?


Silk Road gets the Hollywood treatment, in theaters & on demand later this month…


Filmed February 21, 2020 in San Francisco…

 

 

 

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April 2020 Open Thread

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Here’s some relevant music videos to occupy your mind. Please add more in the comments.

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September 2013 Open Thread

Every month, IPR has an open thread. Here, you can post any news, commentary, articles or events relating to third parties and third party figures. In fact, feel free to post about any topic at all – even if it doesn’t relate to third parties in any way. In short, this thread is for our readers – who help make IPR the great site that it is!… Read more ...

August 2013 Open Thread

Every month IPR has an open thread. Here, you can post anything related to third parties – news, suggested article ideas, upcoming events, reports, and commentary. Also, feel free to post about any topic at all, even if it doesn’t relate in the slightest to minor parties. In a nutshell, this thread is for YOU!… Read more ...

June 2013 Open Thread

Readers are an absolutely crucial component of the IPR community. Threads on this website often attract substantial amounts of comments, which we sincerely value (except for the trolls perhaps) and help make this website as strong as it is. Every month, we have an open thread, where you can post any news, events and commentary from third parties and independents.… Read more ...

February 2012 Open Thread

See descriptions under the previous open threads if you don’t know what the open threads are about (although it’s pretty self-explanatory).

Here is a video from Rap News AKA the Juice Media….

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November 2011 Open Thread

Personal update from Paulie first this time, since it appears this part does not get read:

As of tomorrow I am once again cutting back my involvement here for an unknown length of time. I may or may not post articles. If I do, please do not expect me to be personally responsible for posting whatever items you send us.… Read more ...

Readers News Open Thread, March/April 2011

The moderators here at IPR have noticed an influx of links within the comments which, while relating to the political world, do not necessarily contribute to topical discussion within their respective threads. We understand that the contact account can sometimes receive too much news to get everything up here, or if it does makes its way to the front page it does so with a significant delay.… Read more ...

Election open thread

If you have any news about the elections tonight or the results, this is the place to post them.  Hopefully I will be able to liveblog some of it tonight.  If anyone knows where to get election results, that will also be appreciated.

To start off, here’s a recent article about Matt Reichel:

Back at his office after a long morning of greeting voters and putting up campaign signs, Reichel seemed less sanguine than he had at the start of the day.

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