... Silicone Valley will never die
I would not bet on that. If 9/11 did not teach companies about providing redundancies to everything in the event of disaster, we would be foolhardy. There are plenty of other states that could provide EVERYTHING that Silicon Valley provides with a little effort. I would hope that Silicon Valley would not be so arrogant to make the assumption that they are irreplaceable.
This also applies to the Democrats as well.
This is why I looked at this election as this wasn't about two parties vying it out. There was a third party that was behind both parties that has always been manipulating both sides in order to gain the advantage. Its kind of like the "win-win" scenario. No matter who gets in, the third party will still win. Unfortunately the third party is not the US people in most cases.
Either get a better hobby to alleviate the stress you currently are exhibiting or get psychiatric help FAST!!!
Oh, I get it, you supported someone else to get to the White House. Gotcha, bias recognised.
I don't know how liberal progressives can sleep at night when the system allowed someone to even run for the highest office of the nation with the questionable history of their candidate. Granted, the conservatives could very well employ some of the same tactics, they even tried to sabotage his chances to win the candidacy . Some of the conservatives even preferred liberal progressives over their own candidate because it supported more of the "status quo" that they have been cultivating over the political career (which is the REAL issue, people did not want status quo).
Terrified, ummm, nope. That statement is just more FUD for the fire.
The solution to a problem changes the nature of the problem. -- Peer