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Daniel Gershburg
NYC Real Estate and Bankruptcy attorney. If you think any tweets are legal advice, you're crazy town. Glasses are prescription.
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Daniel Gershburg 3h
For sure. Tons of people who failed to graduate high school feel same. My level of eye roll here...
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David Beard 11h
Take Two: She was resting after delivering her 6-pound, 5-ounce baby by C-section. Then orderlies rushed in, put her a wheelchair with her baby, packed them a strange car to outrun the advancing flames. “Go with David,” they said.
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Daniel Gershburg 6h
Every politician that has a hope of winning, will copy this formula of connecting with people going forward. This is genius.
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Tren Griffin 8h
Charlie Munger: "Envy and jealousy made, what, two out of the ten commandments? I've heard Warren say a half a dozen times, 'It's not greed that drives the world, but envy.' Envy is a really stupid sin because it's the only one you could never possibly have any fun at."
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Jim O'Shaughnessy 22h
A very interesting megathread highlighting some great ideas. (Pretty good GIFs too, which is a bonus.😀)
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The Tyranny Of Evil Hats Nov 17
Whether you agree with her politics or not, this is fucking Mister Smith goes to Washington. She beat a machine politician by knocking on doors, and she hasn't tried to enrich herself.
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Mara Gay Nov 16
Good morning, New York! Who’s hungry for congestion pricing?
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Ben Rosen Nov 15
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claims to hate capitalism and yet i count three capital letters in her very own name
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Scott Greenfield Nov 16
If your support of due process is contingent on your sympathies for accuser or accused, then you do not support due process or the Constitution.
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HumanProgress.org Nov 16
Over the last 200 years or so, the world has experienced previously unimaginable improvements in standards of living. Historical evidence makes a potent case for optimism. Yet, pessimism is everywhere.
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Cullen Roche Nov 15
Contrarian take: the Amazon HQs in NY and VA will be hugely positive over multiple generations as the tech hub expands and the multiplier effect of its employees and network leads to new and more innovative companies, jobs and growth.
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ItsEasyBeingGreen Nov 14
Tourists will be very disappointed if they have to look at tall buildings in Manhattan from the DUMBO waterfront
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Daniel Gershburg Nov 14
Replying to @acontinuouslean
This is gorgeous. Congrats
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William MacAskill Nov 14
This tackles most of the core issues in effective altruism, global priorities research and long-termism, all in one beautiful and in-depth go. Nice work + - rarely hear a podcast with people who can think and talk this fast.
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Rajiv Nov 13
A museum in Japan spends most of its day refusing entry to 2 cats trying to get in
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Daniel Gershburg Nov 13
Replying to @JustinBrannan
How do you know this? Wouldn’t that be a coup for Cuomo if it were that obvious ?
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Daniel Gershburg Nov 13
Replying to @MichaelCorleyNY
Total bs
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Daniel Gershburg Nov 13
If you had the biggest grain of salt in NYC, I would take this story with it.
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Daniel Gershburg Nov 13
Replying to @jonathanmiller
This is total bs. Sight unseen?? No. Who?
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Daniel Gershburg Nov 13
Well written, balanced essay on the subject. Also no one has any idea how this turns out.
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