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Faith Naff 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️🌹🦋 3h
You shouldn't justify supporting someone with a history of bad actions by saying "that was a while ago" without showing evidence that they have acknowledged the past mistakes and actively worked to fix them. Without that, judging someone by their past is completely valid.
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Greta Thunberg 11h
Think of your own children when you read this. Will you be the first generation ever not willing to sacrifice your own comfort to ensure a future for them? Because that's where we are right now... And this is why we strike from school.
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Ahir Shah Feb 18
A spokesman from the British Museum said, “This is the one thing we didn’t want to happen”
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ceg 17h
Snagged this little beauty at The last one. beautifully done. I can't wait!
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Sarah Kendzior Feb 18
Bloomberg is absolutely not "the candidate who can beat Trump". He is the opposite. He would depress turnout, particularly among youth. Remember when people worried out-of-touch, insensitive Biden might do that? Bloomberg is a racist with a vicious record. People will stay home.
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ceg 24h
Grapefruit spoons are the period panties of utensils. Always around, always the last resort.
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Jenny Yang Feb 18
there is a spoon... that is ONLY for cutting pulp out of grapefruit. A GRAPEFRUIT SPOON. i will never not be dazzled by white people secrets.
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ceg 24h
Replying to @jennyyangtv
Hi! White woman here. When I saw my first spork, I said "wow! That would really tear up a grapefruit." I thought it was a more serious grapefruit spoon.
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Amy Sullivan Feb 17
I’m not sure anyone appreciates the deep well of anger and pain among Warren supporters—many of whom are the women whose activism drove 2018—listening to experts write off Elizabeth Warren’s campaign.
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NATE 🤙🏾 Feb 16
Don’t show the government this !!!
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Promoted Tweet Feb 17
My favorite f— off moment in the new Yale study is when they show that we could give all 1.5 million health insurance industry workers 2 years severance pay after we pass Medicare for All and it would literally still be cheaper than what we have now
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Brandon Feb 18
Today, my debut novel REAL LIFE is on sale. 😭 Amazon: Barnes & Noble: IndieBound: Books-a-Million: Apple Books:
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ceg Feb 16
Replying to @thebestjasmine
Wise words from my mother: this is nothing that crackers and cheese can't fix. Problem? Throw party food at it!
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ceg Feb 16
Replying to @prades_maxime
Dit l'italienne. :)
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Bex🧠🏳️‍🌈✨ Feb 14
Examples of casual ableism: •making fun of adults who live with their parents •making fun of adults who need help with “simple” things or “adult” things •making fun of people with imperfect hygiene •intelligence as a measurement of a persons morality and worth 1/3
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Michael Hobbes Feb 16
Replying to @RottenInDenmark
Like, it's technically true that killing every single straight while male over 55 would make America far more progressive and significantly reduce the rates of domestic violence. BUT IT WOULD BE PRETTY WEIRD IF I JUST WALKED AROUND SAYING THAT ALL THE TIME.
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EricaJoy Feb 16
companies will find out about problems the easy way or the hard way & the easy way is having someone identify them early. the hard way is having them impact the business in ways that are hard/impossible to recover from. demonizing those who identify problems ensures the hard way.
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ceg Feb 16
Replying to @annapickard
You beast. Reminds me to stay on your good side. Thanks for the laugh.
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