There are currently 23 democratic hopefuls, from young and smart to mature and wise. Well, we know that old and stupid does not work, so who to choose? I must admit that I am leaning toward Bernie; however, it is still early and we have yet to hear from the field.
“Here are the 23 Democrats who have said they’re running for president”, “CNN”, “By Karl de Vries and Caroline Kelly”, “17 May 2019”. < https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/21/politics/2020-democrats-running-for-president/index.html >
In numerology, “the number 23 represents a companionable essence expressing a personal sense of freedom. 23 can be thought of as a creative, team-focused number 5 with a preference for quick diplomatic solutions to obstacles.” We shall see soon enough whether these Dems play as a team to decide who will become the one that will challenge Trump. Will they behave like ladies and gentlemen, or will they behave as the republicans did in 2016 and consume each other in vicious name calling dogfights?
“Twenty three is the lowest prime that consists of consecutive digits. Primes have been described as the “atoms” of mathematics – the building blocks of the world of numbers. An American businessman has put up a US$1m (£500,000) prize for the first mathematician to find a pattern in primes – a problem known as the Riemann hypothesis.”
Not to go all John Forbes Nash on you but 23 is a pretty freaky number, do not take my word for it, read it for yourselves.
“23 fascinating facts about the number twenty-three”, “To most, it’s just what comes between 22 and 24. Yet to surprisingly many – including the makers of a new film – it means much more.”, “The Independent”, “By Cahal Milmo and Tom Willetts”, “23 February 2007”. < https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/this-britain/23-fascinating-facts-about-the-number-twenty-three-6262624.html >