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there's more than one answer to these questions 19h
Replying to @washingtonpost
We get it, you got swooned by a billionaire who enables facism and is afraid of Warren and you're letting him boss you around.
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there's more than one answer to these questions 19h
This. I am glad someone said it but am surprised that WaPost hasn't been flooded with the message.
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Danny Ledonne 20h
Replying to @washingtonpost
If I were Jeff Bezos, serial tax deadbeat and opponent of any antitrust inquiries into big tech firms like his, I would definitely be running hatchet jobs like this in my news outlet.
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Carlos Mucha Dec 5
Replying to @jdcmedlock
If you go down to mall and rob a store (which I advise against), once police lock you up the Govt has a constitutional duty to provide necessities of life— food, water, clothing, shelter, medical care. I dunno, I’d like to think law abiding have same rights as lawbreakers.
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James Medlock Dec 5
Replying to @jdcmedlock
I mean, it should be cash, but food at the bare minimum
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James Medlock Dec 5
A just society *does* give everyone food with no preconditions
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Karen Attiah Dec 6
Jamal Khashoggi is trending on Twitter in the United States. Saudi Arabia's regime wants us to forget Jamal, and move on. They have failed. I am still amazed and inspired by how the world really has not let his name and legacy fade away, a year after his murder. Grateful.
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Charles Preston Dec 6
Stop trying to teach "financial literacy" to minimum wage workers and demand a living wage challenge.
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there's more than one answer to these questions Dec 6
Replying to @peninagabrielle
I’ve become more involved with my school’s JSU, which runs Trad-Egal/Reform Friday night services, de-affiliated with Hillel a few years ago, and is overall awesome.
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there's more than one answer to these questions Dec 6
Replying to @peninagabrielle
about a male G-d (especially in Hebrew liturgy). Both movements also haven’t seen many young folks where I live, and the ones that have a younger audience are often either ultrazionist and/or led by older adults who are still running it like a Hebrew school. (3/)
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there's more than one answer to these questions Dec 6
Replying to @peninagabrielle
although they have other issues. Neoliberalism and Zionism are much less of an issue in both Recon/Renewal but again that’s sparse on the west coast. A lot of liberal movements try to make language more inclusive, but they still talk primarily (2/)
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there's more than one answer to these questions Dec 6
Replying to @peninagabrielle
Not all. It didn’t help that there’s not much reconstructionist or Renewal Judaism in either the SF peninsula or Tacoma, although there are aspects of these issues in both movements. Orthodox movements, in some ways, have less of an issue of pandering to the Christian gaze, (1/)
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there's more than one answer to these questions Dec 6
Replying to @peninagabrielle
(Key reasons I’ve identified so far: Neoliberalism, Zionism, condescending attitudes towards youth, masculinity culture, [pandering to] the Christian gaze)
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there's more than one answer to these questions Dec 6
Replying to @peninagabrielle
This. My Judaism became apathetic for about a year and a half because I just really didn’t know where to take it. I was still a liberal (Reconstructionist/Renewal) Jew, but I became disenchanted with both orthodox and liberal movements.
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פנינה Dec 6
I used to be really envious of my orthodox friends (and still am) because of the depth and connection to culture and the existence of vibrant communities. Liberal Judaism needs to stop running itself like a corporation with programming and start building real community because
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skylar ✡︎ Dec 5
pls stop telling jews you “feel bad that we don’t celebrate christmas bc we’re missing out” lol we’re good i promise you.... maybe try to learn abt our holidays and traditions instead of saying we’re missing out!
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Robyn Pennacchia Dec 5
Here is a true and heartwarming holiday story: Back when I was in elementary school, they always had this "Santa's Workshop" thing where you could go and buy chintzy looking presents for your family, and they always roped in parents to volunteer for it. One year, my mom did it.
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maia Dec 5
Thank you for being my number 1 artist this year!
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maia Dec 5
you’re in her DMs and i’m in her Spotify Wrapped™️ we are NOT the same
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Rabbi Sara Zober Dec 4
Replying to @RebbeSMZ
The teacher sweetly suggested she do a Chanukah book report, but this kid knew that the other kids would notice that her book was different and her report was different and OMG, I am just so effing angry right now.
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