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Chico Cornejo
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Chico Cornejo 2h
Replying to @camilorocha
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Chico Cornejo 5h
Replying to @henrybugalho
Ferramenta útil de verificação pessoal que não divulga essa merda:
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Chico Cornejo 16h
Replying to @steel_life
' In 2018, civil rights groups condemned US Border Patrol agents for using tear gas on a group of unarmed migrants, including children'
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Chico Cornejo 16h
Most of it 'Made in Brazil': "Like other chemical weapons, tear gas was banned in almost every country for use in warfare under the Chemical Weapons Convention treaty ratified in 1997, but it’s still commonly used in many places to control crowds, and not only at protests."
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Chico Cornejo 24h
Vintage vindication.
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Chico Cornejo Jun 4
Replying to @steel_life
"A vaccine can end the pandemic but only if all countries ensure timely, equitable, global access to it. Selling vaccines to the highest bidders is not the way to go."
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Chico Cornejo Jun 4
Replying to @steel_life
"A nationalistic stance toward the pandemic will prolong this global health and economic crisis. A vaccine must be allocated on the basis of the best evidence of what will stop transmission and protect the most vulnerable groups — no matter in which nation they reside."
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Chico Cornejo Jun 4
"We have the organizations, institutions, and tools to distribute a Covid-19 vaccine effectively and efficiently. All countries have to remember that it is the virus, not each other, that is their foe."
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Chico Cornejo Jun 4
Replying to @steel_life
“The eventual arrest and filing of formal charges against the four police officers involved in Floyd’s murder is evidence that protest works.”
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Chico Cornejo Jun 4
Replying to @steel_life
“Looting may be an undesirable side effect of violent protest, but it’s not the focus of these demonstrations. Justice for George Floyd and the countless other black lives lost to police brutality is.”
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Chico Cornejo Jun 4
Replying to @steel_life
“[…] this weekend’s lootings feel like the logical endpoint for the gentrification of street culture.”
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Chico Cornejo Jun 4
Replying to @steel_life
“In a world where a pair of Michael Jordan’s game-worn signature sneakers sell for a record-breaking $560,000, a charitable Supreme T-shirt goes for 900% of its retail price, and aspirational shopping exists as much on Melrose Avenue as it does on Rodeo Drive, […]”
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Chico Cornejo Jun 4
“From the way it sampled subcultures like punk, reggae, and hip-hop and garments like Carhartt jackets, baggy hoodies, and slouchy tees, black culture informed streetwear from the start. It was built on a foundation of similar ideas and ideals.”
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Chico Cornejo Jun 3
Replying to @steel_life
"This is also why, as he notes in his essay on prostitution, money can buy sex – but it can’t buy you love."
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Chico Cornejo Jun 3
Replying to @steel_life
"As we become more anonymous and distant from one another, love – which wishes to overcome distance between the self and the loved one – flourishes. As Simmel put it: ‘For man, who is always striving, never satisfied, always becoming, love is the true human condition.’"
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Chico Cornejo Jun 3
Replying to @steel_life
"Yet, as the market grows, the ‘teleological chain’ of transactions extends, making nonmonetary goals more distant and more valuable. Take love, for instance."
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Chico Cornejo Jun 3
"Money, like Heraclitus’ river, constantly moves while staying the same. Because it has no goal beyond its own circulation, money points towards noneconomic values."
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Chico Cornejo Jun 3
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Chico Cornejo Jun 3
Replying to @steel_life
'Their virtual doors are open to “people of all colors, genders, sexualities, and neurotypes.”'
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Chico Cornejo Jun 3
Replying to @steel_life
' There’s no pressure to follow the trends that are popular in their respective countries and no goal to receive fame for the sake of it — it’s all about having the space to be themselves in front of an audience that resonates with them.'
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