Denver, CO – It’s that time of the year again. The time when the presidential election is coming up and everyone around you is arguing politics and attempting to change the minds of people who believe in a different candidate. It happens at work, at the bars, in the supermarkets; it happens anywhere and everywhere it possibly could. It seems that this year, Bernie Sanders’ name is showing up more than any other name in recent memory.

Daniel Granger, a study abroad agent in Mile High City, is a big supporter of Sanders. Every since the Vermont senator announced his running the 2016 presidential election. The New Hampshire native has spent the past few months trying to drop the seventy-four-year-old’s name as much as possible. But yesterday, he managed to go a whole day without mentioning Sanders at all.

It was a typical day for the German enthusiast. He woke up, made himself a kale shake, biked to work, helped people make the decision to go overseas, biked home, watched five hours of Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and then went to bed. And he did all of this without mentioning Bernie Sanders once.