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jack 7h
Replying to @kboord
Where is everyone?
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jack 13h
Replying to @kcoleman
Don’t worry, I’ll get over it.
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jack 17h
Replying to @leslieberland
Not long enough!
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jack Dec 13
Replying to @leslieberland
Thank you LB
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Josh Wolfe Dec 12
Physics is visually SATISFYING. Ice––on a trampoline.
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Vijaya Gadde Dec 13
Twitter's latest transparency report👇🏽 New details about the enforcement of a number of key content policies.
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jack Dec 12
Replying to @pandemona
What?!
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jack Dec 12
Replying to @edgett
Wow!
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jack Dec 12
Replying to @sriramk
Boo
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jack Dec 12
Replying to @brucefalck
Me old
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jack Dec 12
grateful for all the courageous people I get to work with and learn from every day
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Slate Dec 11
A look back at the year in epic history threads on Twitter:
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Stephen Curry Dec 11
What’s up guys, I'm doing a Q&A in 30 minutes to talk Curry 6. Hit me with your questions using
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jack Dec 11
Replying to @jack
Will keep following the conversation and sharing what I learn here. 🙏🏼
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jack Dec 11
Replying to @jack
We know we can’t do this alone, and continue to welcome conversation with and help from civil society and NGOs within the region. I had no conversations with the government or NGOs during my trip. We’re always open to feedback on how to best improve.
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jack Dec 11
Replying to @jack
Twitter is a way for people to share news and information about events in Myanmar as well as to bear witness to the plight of the Rohingya and other peoples and communities. We’re actively working to address emerging issues. This includes violent extremism and hateful conduct.
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jack Dec 11
Replying to @jack
This was a purely personal trip for me focused on only one dimension: meditation practice. That said, I know people are asking about what Twitter is doing around the situation, so I’ll share our current state.
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jack Dec 11
Replying to @jack
I’m aware of the human rights atrocities and suffering in Myanmar. I don’t view visiting, practicing, or talking with the people, as endorsement. I didn’t intend to diminish by not raising the issue, but could have acknowledged that I don’t know enough and need to learn more.
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jack Dec 11
Replying to @jack
I took this time with a singular objective of working on myself. I shared my experience with the world with the singular objective of encouraging others to consider a similar practice. Simply because it’s the best thing I’ve found to help me every day.
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jack Dec 11
Replying to @jack
* more color on this given the resulting conversation. I’ve been meditating for 20 years, with the last 2 years focused on vipassana. After experiencing it in Texas last year, I wanted to go to the region that maintained the practice in its original form. That led me to Myanmar.
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