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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content
PhD candidate in American history . Writing about big wealthy cities and the people who didn't want them to get bigger ('60s-'90s).
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content 1h
Gotta admire the hustle
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content 6h
Replying to @profmusgrave
Why it works much better with grad students tbh
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PostcardFromThePast 11h
It's very much like Margate.
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content 21h
Replying to @mattyglesias
You might argue it started there. Boulder tried to establish a population cap in 1970.
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HRI May 23
Replying to @housingrightsNY
30% of Manhattan is landmarked. 30%! The landmarked areas are primarily very white and very rich. We all know what’s going on... it’s about damn time for us to talk about it. 2/
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content 23h
Replying to @cszabla
North Brooklyn architecture is bad
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 22
404 error; Jewish
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 22
Replying to @JakeAnbinder
also lol at the comment that's like "it's not just a liberal problem, here in conservative Bergen County"...my man Bergen went to Hillary by 13 points
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 22
Replying to @cszabla
love the new AHA hq
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 22
It is hard to read the top replies to Manjoo's piece and not conclude that the Democratic focus on billionaires and corporations has effectively absolved the sins of a much larger class of (illiquid) millionaires
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 21
Replying to @cszabla
ah I just missed you!
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TO Yale May 21
1899 photo of Yale Bicycle Storage, 66 High Street. From
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 21
Replying to @cszabla
I remember a very long walk through all of that part to get to the much less interesting easyjet terminal
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 20
Nothing but respect for my iconic Parisian pilgrimage site
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 20
The best way to understand de Blasio is to realize that his call to end stop and frisk was not paired with any greater idea of how police power works or any desire to change it
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 19
Replying to @cszabla
Only when her friends text her
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 19
Replying to @cszabla
This is true of New York as well in fact
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 19
Likewise for San Franciscans at any restaurant that uses silverware
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Digital Jakeage with Historic Content May 19
Replying to @JakeAnbinder
what if a national news analyst but they’re a sentient Brooklyn Heights co-op board
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