Carry-ons are better than regular suitcases. I said what I said.
There are two types of people in this world: Those that pack a month in advance of their trip, and those that pack an hour before they need to leave. Regardless of which type you are, we all need a handy piece of luggage to do it with. And as the weather gets warmer and you start to set your sights on anywhere that is not the frigid cold you've been experiencing for the past four months—perhaps a beach with limited cell reception and no access to work emails?—now is a great time to refresh your carry-on luggage collection. I know that the thought of parting ways with the suitcase you received as a Christmas present from your parents eight years ago is difficult (I am a guilty member of this party!), but thanks to 2020 perks like built-in phone chargers and spacious storage compartments, the new generation of carry-ons are far more appealing than standard suitcases. Plus, who wants to deal with baggage claim and the hassle of potentially losing your luggage?
Pilot: Bernie, and many of his followers, have a problem addressing reality. They're still crying about his loss in 2016, when another candidate simply had more votes. In 2020, he only came in second in the Iowa caucus, and came out first in the New Hampshire primary by 1.3%. In terms of delegates, these contests were virtually meaningless. On Super Tuesday and two additional major multi-state primaries after that showing, people woke up and chose another candidate by huge margins, thus propelling that candidate into a huge lead. If Ohio hadn't postponed it's primary, the overall margin would have been even greater. That other candidate is Biden, who has an almost insurmountable lead in delegates and the endorsement of almost all the candidates who have dropped out of the race. If Bernie still wants to campaign against Biden, he does it for his own ego - not an effort to defeat Trump. He can't defeat Trump, anyway, and the voters know it. It's simply more childish behavior from the Bernie camp.