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Ajit Pai
Chairman of the FCC. Dad, husband, Kansan, Indian-American, Chiefs/Royals fan. I own a big mug. RTs, likes ≠ endorsements. Personal account: .
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Russia in Revolution 7h
Apr 20th 1919: “There have been no deaths from starvation in Russia”, says a Soviet supporter. “There is not enough food in certain centres - Petrograd, for example, but that is because the railroads are not functioning properly. The peasants have plenty of food."
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Timothy Craig Allen 3h
"...it makes you dumber, more forgetful, unable to learn new things, more vulnerable to dementia, more likely to die of a heart attack, less able to fend off sickness with a strong immune system, more likely to get cancer, and it makes your body literally hurt more."
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Amit Paranjape 8h
Wow.. some perspective! How tiny our galaxy is compared to some of the others.
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Ajit Pai 7h
Cargo shorts, . Suits your purpose, and you’ll also gain the psychological benefit of knowing you’ve chosen the couture that helped the Allies win WWII.
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Kyle Bonagura Apr 18
Replying to @BonaguraESPN
NCAA report: "On an individual basis, for those student-athletes who received cash that exceeded the cost of books and supplies, the value of the overages ranged from $5 to $734 and totaled $16,180."
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Kyle Bonagura Apr 18
Replying to @BonaguraESPN
How much money? The investigation determined cash stipends resulted in 30 student-athletes exceeding their financial aid limits by an average of $174.57
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Kyle Bonagura Apr 18
The NCAA placed Cal Poly on 2 years probation & will force the school to vacate regular season and conference tournament records in "most of its sports programs" because it provided excess money for books.
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Lost In History 10h
A serious reader. 1930s.
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Ajit Pai 10h
OTD in 1775, the American Revolution began with Battles of Lexington & Concord, MA. Emerson wrote of latter: “By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled, Here once the embattled farmers stood And fired the shot heard round the world.” 🇺🇸
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 15h
Today we lost one of our very own: Dr Richard Valery Mouzoko Kiboung, an epidemiologist deployed in the response in , during a hospital attack in Butembo. We grieve together with his family during this difficult time.
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Space Explorer Mike 10h
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Kevin W Apr 16
Dads can be the best
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alanna bennett 11h
Ordered mac n cheese from a not-unfancy Italian restaurant on my street and got this, which I’m pretty sure is a hate crime
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Luke Thompson 22h
Winston’s morning screen time takes an unexpected turn.
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Eugene Delacroix Apr 18
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Ajit Pai 11h
Rumi, meet Twitter.
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Life in Moments 11h
4.5 megabytes of data in 62,500 punched cards, 1955.
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Rob Elgas 11h
This is a relief.
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Leigh Munsil 18h
Evolution of an adult Washington traveler: Step 1. Any flight that will get me there, any time, any layovers Step 2. Will pay more for DCA Step 3. Will pay more for nonstop Step 4. Will pay more for DCA, nonstop, leaving at a humans-are-awake hour
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