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Bill Bishop
Writes Sinocism China Newsletter
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Jeffrey Lewis 1h
We've run this experiment -- and the senior Israeli officials are wrong. Tehrani Moghaddam and most of Iran's long-range solid-propellant missile team died in an explosion in 2011. After brief delay, the IRGC solid propellant space launch program was back up and running by 2016.
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优述/You Shu 10h
Replying to @ZichenWanghere
Thanks for sharing he is a thoughtful propagandist, perhaps, but also simplistic and stuck with an elite perspective. I think he describes quite well the problems of the west, while ignoring its strengths.
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Bill Bishop 3h
Replying to @susanhedglin
Shishito peppers
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Bill Bishop 3h
Deer hunting in dc
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Bill Bishop 3h
Only learned this year bulbs needed cages to keep the snacking squirrels and chipmunks away
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Bill Bishop 3h
Replying to @Tyminski
Thanks
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Bill Bishop 3h
Replying to @rzhongnotes
Bought the black one, the bamboo ones (there are a couple of others I already removed) I made from bamboo the park service cut down in the park next door. Got a lot stares carrying 20 foot plus bamboo poles up the trail. But how can you waste bamboo?
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Bill Bishop 3h
Replying to @RHornik
No but will research. Usually just shred a bunch of leaves, dump in the beds for the winter, clean up in the spring
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Bill Bishop 3h
Waiting for spring
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Nicholas Kristof 5h
Replying to @NickKristof
The way to change bad corporate behavior isn't sensitivity training. It's to end impunity. Send executives to prison and make shareholders lose money, and companies will develop their own sensitivity. And McKinsey seems a a useful start.
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Nicholas Kristof 5h
Kids selling drugs on street corners went to prison, but McKinsey profited by "turbocharging" opioid sales by Purdue Pharma, leading to far more overdoses. So send McKinsey executives to prison and make all the partners pay. End impunity.
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George Conway 6h
Replying to @SenMastriano
., you're a disgrace, and beneath contempt.
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George Conway 6h
You're lying about the constitution, and lying about the existence of election fraud.
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Bill Bishop Nov 27
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Julie Zauzmer 9h
DC reported 371 new cases of coronavirus today, the most ever in a single day. The city’s test positivity rate has not risen recently, but the average test turnaround time is up to 4 days — so many of these cases are people who got tested before Thanksgiving.
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Duncan Clark 20h
Everywhere in the China bubble :-) Hi from Hainan, checking out the Free Trade Port construction boom. Domestic travel and “revenge spending” here is real: new USD15k annual duty-free allowance. Hard to get flights and hotel rooms. Parallel universe...
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Jonathan Swan Nov 27
Scoop w —> Joe Biden considers retired four star general Lloyd Austin for Pentagon chief
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David Paulk 波大卫 21h
A powerful student-led protest against a Chinese university’s move to quietly reinstate a professor accused of tormenting a graduate student, leading to his suicide, is sweeping across social media and attracting national support. reports:
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Bill Bishop 21h
Duncan is everywhere
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Jonathan Cheng 22h
Paging Zhongnanhai: The World Health Organization’s top emergency expert said on Friday it would be “highly speculative” for the WHO to say the coronavirus did not emerge in China. "You start your investigations where the human cases first emerged."
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