On day three of the Mirror’s week long tour of “Red Wall” constituencies Labour lost in December, Deputy Political Editor BEN GLAZE visits Dewsbury, West Yorks, to hear from voters and the defeated MPPaul Routledge: There’s more misery to come despite the end of the terrible 2010sPoliticsThis decade will be remembered for austerity, but don’t expect anything to change under Boris Johnson after we enter the twentiesMirror Politics Quiz of the Year 2019: Brexit, elections and Boris JohnsonBoris JohnsonBoris Johnson finally got his dream to be Prime Minister. But the year will mostly be remembered for Brexit, knife edge votes and late night sittings as the debate moved from hostility to farce (and back again) all within 12 months”I was beaten by thugs for voting Labour and driven into Universal Credit hell”Jeremy CorbynFounders of the Corbyn Christmas Challenge, Jade Unal and Mia Alexis Warren, suffered hugely under Tory rule and have witnessed first hand the anger and division which has seen their communities turn their backs on LabourNo TV. No computer games, just draughts or ludo.
You can see why Disney is leaning on the stuff it already has and using it to prop up the originals, as opposed to an approach like Apple TV+, which has essentially no library to speak of but has spent big on original series like The Morning Show. This is the quintessential library play for a streaming service, as opposed to an original content play, if you will. Disney wants you to like High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, but it helps that it thinks you already like High School Musical: The Movie: The Original One: The Zac Efron Thing..
I believe it fairly well established  that protanopia does make it harder to see red traffic lights, and increases reaction time. Take this famous experiment  that showed the existence of synesthesia. People without synesthesia take much longer to locate the 2s in the field of 5s.
(Not a little of the adventurer remains in our modern CEOs.) But the adventurer, in lands far away, under unprecedented conditions, needing to make decisions on the spot, is in a position to force decisions upon the sovereign. He creates a trading center far away; he makes deals with the local sovereign to protect that center; he kills and replaces a local sovereign unable to provide the requisite protection; in doing so he makes alliances with other surrounding sovereigns, etc. He creates conditions the sovereign cannot easily walk away from..