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Stephen Gray
An easy-going geek, game dev/photographer. Mostly on here to keep an eye on things. Pronouns (usually): He/Him
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Pete Buttigieg Feb 14
Climate change is a national emergency. The absence of a wall is not.
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Stephen Gray Feb 10
Replying to @Nash076
That's kind of why I never really been able to get into Rick and Morty or Archer.
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Stephen Gray Feb 8
I remember '96 fondly, but I was in Grade 10, and its the only time I ever got a few snow days off of school. Tsawwassen did have one snowplow, which even came up our cul-de-sac. The city desk was so happy to get a call thanking them after nothing but complaints all morning.
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Emma McIntosh Jan 31
BREAKING: The Supreme Court of Canada has reached a decision in the case. When energy companies go bankrupt, the cleanup of their old oil and gas wells must take priority over paying off creditors, the court found. Sides with Alberta Energy Regulator. Story soon.
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Katelyn Burns Jan 30
“If people voted, we would lose” is a hell of a take to say out loud on the Senate floor.
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Sara Chicazul Jan 24
This real sweetheart asked if he could take a picture with me and the Hamildress
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Stephen Gray Jan 23
Those arrests seem like a monumentally bad idea (and I would have thought illegal?)
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Peter Kafka Jan 16
This is a very good de-pantsing of the "(random) people are saying things on twitter" story format, which we should absolutely be done with in 2019, but will not be, because it's the fastest way to make clicky content.
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Stephen Gray Jan 14
Replying to @MOOMANiBE
Oooo... That's something I haven't read in a few years. I need to spend some time catching up.
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Billy Jan 12
I’m a farmer. Shut the FUCK up, Andy. A carbon tax is good. Climate change is a disaster. I have solar panels on my 150 year-old barn. Geothermal heats my house. I’m eyeing a fully electric tractor. Electric pickup trucks are on the way. Your disgusting oil is MEANINGLESS to me.
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The Discourse Jul 30
All the reserves in BC make up about 0.4% of the province’s land. Combine all the traditional territory? It's pretty much all of BC. explains why this is an important part of the conversation when it comes to
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Alex Wild Jan 10
GOP openly calling for dictatorship.
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jordan Jan 8
Taxes. That's how taxes work.
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Jen St. Denis Jan 8
Reporting through fire, snow and by snowmobile! and describe what happened when RCMP moved to remove protest camp in Northern B.C.
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Michael Toledano Jan 7
Is this a normal way to respond to Indigenous people who are peacefully protecting their drinking water from fracking pipelines? is this the reconciliation you have talking about?
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Jen St. Denis Jan 7
Wouldn't it be nice to have journalists independently verify this? reporting RCMP are preventing them from accessing the site. Our reporters haven't tweeted for hours
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Barry Ritholtz Jan 6
Replying to @GroverNorquist
The word for 70% is Post WW2 USA, 1944-1979
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Stephen Gray Jan 5
Replying to @MOOMANiBE
Distilling the premise down to "Anybody can be Spider-Man" and "What makes you unique is what makes you Spider-Man" worked wonderfully.
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Stephen Gray Jan 5
Replying to @MOOMANiBE
The Spiderverse story-lines in the comics are good, but ridiculously lore dense. People jump from everything the 3-panel newspaper serials, to the live action power-rangers like series from Japan (whose giant robot is what eventually saves the day.)
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Stephen Gray Jan 5
Replying to @MOOMANiBE
As someone who has been hip-deep in Spider-Man lore since they started collecting comics back in '89, the references worked. But more importantly, this was best version of Miles story I've seen yet. And different than anything that shown up on screen before.
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