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Ed Yong
Science writer at The Atlantic. Author of I CONTAIN MULTITUDES, a New York Times bestseller on animal-microbe partnerships.
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Ed Yong 10m
More than anything else I've read, this piece really captures just what Ford's testimony would feel like, and how one would even begin preparing for such an event.
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Ed Yong 12m
Replying to @elainaplott
This is such a good piece.
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Ed Yong 47m
Replying to @HalloranPJ
The plural of squid is oh shit.
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Ed Yong 13h
🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
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Ed Yong 13h
Replying to @katzish
it was all just an elaborate set up for this moment
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Ed Yong 13h
you fool it is cephsalopod what is wrong with you
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Ed Yong 13h
Replying to @edyong209
As everyone knows, octopus is already plural and the singular is octopu, thank you for listening to my TED talk
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Ed Yong 13h
Turns out that incorrect cephalopod grammarsplaining is surprisingly intersectional. It is the one thing that can unite our fractured world.
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Ed Yong 13h
Replying to @edyong209
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Ed Yong 13h
Replying to @lisamjarvis
This is correct
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Ed Yong 14h
Replying to @NoTotally
Am we octopis
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Ed Yong 14h
THANK YOU!
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Nate Silver 17h
IMO one of the main lessons of this episode is how much of a bubble conservative judicial activists are in. Ed Whelan had to be completely delusional to think his Carmen Sandizillow sleuthing would come across well to a broader audience.
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Ed Yong 18h
Thank you!!
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Deo 👩‍🏭🔥 24h
The most powerful piece of journalism I have read all year. Anyone who is genuinely confused about why a 15-year-old girl would not report sexual assault should read this harrowing piece by about a girl who did, & what happened to her afterward.
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The Atlantic 21h
Brett Kavanaugh's defenders say he shouldn't be held responsible for an alleged sexual assault when he was 17. Teenagers interviewed by disagree.
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Ed Yong 21h
Replying to @PrincessQuatris
That excellent piece is by Rose Eveleth.
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Seung Min Kim 21h
A 2015 WaPo poll of current/recent college students found 88 percent of women who experienced unwanted sexual contact did not tell authorities.
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Mashable 21h
After Trump lashes out, sexual assault survivors share
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