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4corners7seas
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Offbeat Japan Nov 27
Time flies, and I gradually forget these incredible mornings where I danced on the rusted skeleton of Nara Dreamland ...
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4corners7seas Nov 26
Replying to @vinnycent09 @Hyatt
well, haha, it’s not an ‘it’, it’s a ‘they’, and their numbers are ever-growing... not playing chromatic harp so need them in different keys, got a bunch here and a bunch stashed in Taipei
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4corners7seas Nov 26
Replying to @vinnycent09 @Hyatt
I think my neighbours knew....
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4corners7seas Nov 26
Replying to @x3nome
haha, good summation mate, it was a good dose of both. All felt very Gibson-esque. Main reason I probably won’t be doing it again is just the expense - hard to justify, even for 76 days of relative normality
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Taipei Urbanism Nov 15
Today is the day that Taichung finally has an MRT system!! 😁The MRT plan was initiated in 2004 and after many delays and setbacks the 16.71KM 18 station system is now offering free test rides for the next month.
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Ted Gioia Nov 13
A visual demonstration of the power of sound to create order out of chaos.
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Tom Fay Nov 9
Deep in the heart of the Japan Alps, the final 100m scramble to the summit of Mt Yarigatake (3180m) is not for the faint-hearted, but there are plenty of fixed chains and ladders to make things a bit easier
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4corners7seas Nov 8
I think Jones a stark raving fucking idiot.
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4corners7seas Nov 8
Replying to @r_zalski @WhenInTaiwan
“look it up on twitter” and I’ll find a bunch of conspiracy theorists repeating Trump’s baseless conspiracy theories. That is all this is.
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4corners7seas Nov 7
Replying to @goteamjoshphoto
drool
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4corners7seas Nov 7
Replying to @formosajaymac
A LOT
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4corners7seas Nov 6
Solid points in this thread. Trump may lose but his brand of toxic BS as politics will go on
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zeynep tufekci Nov 6
Replying to @zeynep
Yes, exactly. This isn’t some rare thing that just happened because of weird circumstances. This is a playbook that works. This is a global playbook on the rise. This is a playbook found in America’s past, too. Realism is the true basis for hope.
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4corners7seas Nov 6
Replying to @livesmattershow
Yes. Obviously. Whoever wins will win by electoral college, because there is no other way. And whoever wins, that is still a bad system.
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4corners7seas Nov 6
He’ll do much worse than that. He’s still bitter about the supposed conspiracy Obama set for him on the way out, and will absolutely out of spite do everything he can to make things harder for Biden. Never underestimate how shitty Trump is. Pathetic, yes, but also genuinely nasty
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4corners7seas Nov 6
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4corners7seas Nov 6
Replying to @ksorbs
Flags don’t vote, people do.
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4corners7seas Nov 6
Replying to @esaagar
They (or rather the sources they blindly follow) are not engaging in good faith, which makes it rather hard.
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Jodi Ettenberg Nov 6
"The structure of our social media feeds blinds us to history, as it causes us to live in an endless cycle of ephemeral content consumption. The structure of the Internet pulls people away from age-old wisdom." Reupping 's piece from May:
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