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Kristen Bahler
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Kristen Bahler 53m
is it weird that I'm like, super excited for the Census?
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CHIKA 22h
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Watch the Wanda Sykes special or I'll break your kneecaps
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Kristen Bahler May 22
Replying to @Megan_Leonhardt
HAS to be. but also idc!
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Kristen Bahler May 22
this is the coolest shit ever
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Ashley C. Ford May 22
Whenever people especially like my clothes, they ask me if I've lost weight. Just say it's a cute dress, suit, outfit, or whatever. I don't need to have lost weight to be this cute. I AM THIS CUTE.
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Kristen Bahler May 21
Replying to @tgcowles @KMulhere
"paul" seems ... appropriate
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Kristen Bahler May 21
certainly does
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Kristen Bahler May 21
Replying to @KMulhere
pin these or else
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Kristen Bahler May 21
woah the oldest Jonas Brother is actually pretty cute?
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Kristen Bahler May 20
Replying to @KristenBahler
I'm not Jewish btw
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Kristen Bahler May 20
gave an elderly couple directions to the Museum of Jewish Heritage this morning and I still can't get over myself
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Every Color May 20
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Kristen Bahler May 16
Replying to @KristenBahler
*one= a ticket
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Amy Siskind 🏳️‍🌈 May 15
26% of Alabama's children live in poverty. Alabama has the highest infant mortality rate in the country. Somehow I don't think this was about care of children. via
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Gabriel Mann May 15
Everyone asks "What state's abortion ban is THE MOST EXTREME?!?!" But this question fails to recognize that abortion is an individual thing. When a patient is blocked from accessing abortion, the restriction that blocked them was the "most extreme" for them.
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Kaitlin Mulhere May 15
Not surprising but still discouraging: Smart kids from lower socioeconomic levels are less likely to go to college or do well in labor market than their less-smart, but wealthier peers.
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Lauren Rankin May 14
Replying to @laurenarankin
This isn't new and it hasn't emerged from nowhere. Roe's promise has eluded women of color and low-income women for decades. There is a well-funded, coordinated campaign to ending legal abortion, and marginalized women have suffered the brunt of that effort. Now, it's spreading.
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