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Be kind and don't recline; Stop being so cynical about electoral reform; and the problem with this song

This week on The 180: writer John Semley calls on fellow travellers to leave their setbacks in an upright position, former grunge musician Krist Novoselic says Canadians should get excited about electoral reform, and The 180's Geoff Turner tells us why "Midnight Train to Georgia" makes no sense.
Travellers stretch out in an airport before cramming onto a plane. (The Associated Press)
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This week on The 180: writer John Semley calls on fellow travellers to leave their setbacks in an upright position, former grunge musician Krist Novoselic says Canadians should get excited about electoral reform, and The 180's senior producer Geoff Turner tells us why "Midnight Train to Georgia" makes no sense. 

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