It’s still unclear whether Bill de Blasio will be able to stave off a runoff tonight, but in the race for public advocate — an almost entirely powerless position that is nevertheless first in the line of succession for the mayoralty, for some reason — state Senator Daniel Squadron and city Councilwoman Letitia James are locked in at around 33 percent to 35 percent each, and will face each other for the championship on October 1, according to the AP. We shudder to think how many people will actually be voting that day if the only election is the public advocate runoff. Could be in the dozens.
We say substitute a yoga move for a shot of booze.
Instead of downing a shot, do a downward dog.
Instead of throwing back a Harvey Wallbanger, just try legs up the wall pose.
Every time someone talks about the green new deal, strike an eagle pose. It’ll relax your shoulders and remind you that the green new deal is not only to create jobs and save energy but to save our environment and stop climate change.
When they say Medicare For All, you just meditate.