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Kaitlin Magoon
Writing about society, culture, & science and religion. Owned by dogs.
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Kaitlin Magoon Jun 21
Another organization doing important legal work for immigrants in Texas is . To donate:
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NYR Daily Jun 20
Stanley Cavell, 1926–2018. A wonderful tribute by Chris Benfey via
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Thomas Arnold Jun 19
A keen listener who brought music, decency, and humanity to philosophical prose. Gratitude for his gifts, grief for his being gone.
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BUST Magazine Jun 15
This Swedish Woman Created Some Of The World's First Abstract Paintings—And Then Hid Them Away For Decades
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Sister District Jun 13
In just two months, our volunteers have raised over $82,000 in small dollar donations for our state legislative candidates. Help us raise even more:
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Oriental Institute Jun 12
Dogs as well as kings may leave records for posterity! The inscription on the brick, excavated by the OI at Dur-Sharrukin (Khorsabad, Iraq), reads: Palace of Sargon, king of the world, king of Assyria, viceroy of Babylon, king of Sumer and Akkad, builder of the city Dur-Sharrukin
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the library haunter 🦉 May 28
my new favorite genre of photography is “cats who are auditioning for the role of the body in an Agatha Christie novel.”
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Fr. Alek Schrenk May 22
By age 35, you should have stolen some pears, read the Hortensius, excelled in your study, taught rhetoric in Rome, become professor at the imperial court, discovered Platonism, met Ambrose, heard a voice in a garden, converted, and finally repented for having stolen those pears.
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Kaitlin Magoon May 13
Replying to @jonmsweeney
Very smart! It's also traditional medicine for a whole host of ailments. I give dandelion extract to my dog for her spleen 😀
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NOT A WOLF May 4
START YOUR WEEKEND OFF RIGHT BY SPRINTING INTO THE WOODS WITH NO INTENTION OF RETURNING
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Seb Patrick May 4
I’m sure I’ve said it before but this is such an incredible joke
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John Legend May 3
Californians, you can determine the state of safety & justice in your counties. Thanks to , , @PICOaction, and , you can make an informed decision on your district attorney candidates before June 5th. Visit  to learn more.
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Union Seminary Apr 28
James Cone was not just a professor. He was a prophet—a theological giant who shook the foundations of Christianity, dragging us miles closer to justice. He showed the world that the gospel cannot be separated from the push for black freedom—that black liberation is God’s story.
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David Mahfood Apr 19
For my friends who are into Wittgenstein
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This is a very well-written article on the intersections of genetics and social justice
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Gene Park Apr 18
There are 100 million Amazon Prime subscribers. That means there are tens of millions of people who could very easily subscribe to for FREE (6 months) using their Prime membership! Please RT to support our work!
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San Francisco SPCA Apr 17
Tomorrow the SF SPCA turns 150 years old!! To celebrate, we want to see your pet’s best birthday photos. Share with for a chance to win limited edition birthday swag and be featured on our channels!
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Steven Strogatz Apr 11
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Brit Bennett Mar 26
Adulthood is just clicking this button everyday until you eventually die
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Kaitlin Magoon Mar 25
Replying to @dmislin
I actually kind of like those books (somewhat different tone, though), but I think they would be better without what relatively little of Battle is in them.
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