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Christine Larivière
Eco-narratives—digital comms & data 🇪🇺 Media theory. Forages plants & fungi. The woods are lovely, dark & deep but I have promises to keep.
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Christine Larivière 4h
., & I are so excited to welcome you to this Saturday! Take a look at what the day has in store for you & bring along your energy & unique perspective, as well as your discussion topics to pitch (if you so desire!):
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Christine Larivière 6h
Yeah, I do self care. It looks like this: Setting up two Internet tabs, one YouTube tab with Despacito queued up and another displaying the lyrics to Despacito, then I play Despacito on YouTube and sing along enough times that a part of my brain dislodges and slips down my spine.
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Ecosia 14h
Ecosia will plant a tree for every attendee at the Berlin march this Friday! 🌳🌳🌳
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Christine Larivière 12h
Replying to @thejaymo @autophagian
My stars, the world changes so quickly, and I’m just here dancing in the dust.
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Christine Larivière 13h
Replying to @thejaymo @autophagian
No, but it is high time I get back into Warhammer. Half the fun is painting the miniatures! I painted an exquisite dwarf army when I was in Uni. Aged armor wash and fine detailing with the tiniest brush.
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Christine Larivière 13h
Replying to @autophagian
Nice wash on that dwarf 😍
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Matt Liston May 21
Are there any programs to enable free access to abortions in Alabama, Missouri, other states becoming increasingly restrictive? 1. Phone consultation with nurse/doctor out of state 2. Send pills 3. 24/7 video counseling, local support network I will donate to this
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Christine Larivière May 21
Replying to @Brookejury
Omg same! I think hay fever season is really severe this year - they might be hay fever hives.
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Christine Larivière May 20
Replying to @anomiseditrix
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Christine Larivière May 20
Everyone is getting married & having kids & I’m out here drifting from the group, picking edible plants by the side of the road & lurking behind my crush until he jump-scares, swivels around & sees me just standing there staring into the middle distance with a mouthful of leaves.
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Christine Larivière May 20
My new hobby is writing supportive comments to people on r/ptsd.
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Christine Larivière May 17
Hey boutique hotel ‘art’, if you’re gonna throw shade, please throw the correct shade.
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Christine Larivière May 17
I saw 🙌
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Christine Larivière May 16
Replying to @jeremyfcohen
Programmed Visions by Wendy Chun.
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Christine Larivière May 16
Replying to @woolypixel
I am potentially interested in some slime mould. I’ll be back in Berlin on Monday, will reach out then!
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Christine Larivière May 16
Replying to @berlindisaster
Omg, I love it!
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Christine Larivière May 16
Ciocia Basia is an activist org supporting women from Poland—where abortion is illegal in most cases—with the logistics of having a safe & legal abortion in Berlin, from travel, translation, & housing to the cost of the procedure itself. Please donate.
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Christine Larivière May 15
Replying to @mamhoff @ThisAmerLife
Yes, also, I know people who choose to—or believe they can choose to—manage the negative thoughts associated with wanting an apology (believing one has been wronged) which then prevents the associated feelings (sadness, anger, etc) from developing. I wonder what's going on there?
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Christine Larivière May 15
Replying to @postmoshemendel
All good questions! If you haven't listened to the This American Life episode, I highly suggest it. It gives a case study of what is considered to be a genuine or effective apology and breaks it down into its parts. I'd be curious to hear your thoughts.
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Christine Larivière May 15
Replying to @postmoshemendel
Yes, I think about this too. It reminds me a bit of the pressure to be happy. Negative emotions as aberrations that must be managed, instead of being an integral, and perhaps, necessary, part of the human experience.
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