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L. Rhodes
wheel reinventor, collector of partially filled notebooks, promo-writer
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L. Rhodes 32m
Replying to @TananariveDue
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Tom Taylor 2h
This is an especially cruel trick to play on time-travellers.
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L. Rhodes 1h
A show set in an Mi’gmaq reserve where dead white people come back as zombies. 👀
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L. Rhodes 4h
when you follow a Twitter academic, and then they go to a conference
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L. Rhodes 4h
Well, that escalated quickly.
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Judy [Rat illustration] Cotter Jun 25
I must not reply. Replying is the mind-killer. Replying is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face the bad tweet. I will permit the bad tweet to pass over me and through me.
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L. Rhodes 13h
Replying to @elektrotal
This (plus the qualification that we're an extrovert and I most definitely am not) simultaneously helps me understand the appeal of cons, and explains why I don't find them particularly appealing.
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L. Rhodes 14h
Dubs or subs, Mr. Mueller?
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Highlights 23h
At Highlights, our core belief is that children are the world's most important people. In light of the reports of the living conditions of detained children & threats of further deportation & family separation, here is a statement from our CEO Kent Johnson.
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L. Rhodes 14h
Replying to @upstreamism
People who sounded the alarm about civil and human rights in 2003 were told not to worry. These changes will only hurt terrorists. We have to prevent another 9/11. Now we have this.
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L. Rhodes 15h
Replying to @upstreamism
Nor is it coincidence that two of the agencies responsible for filling the camps — DHS and ICE — were created as part of the same legislative and executive binge that turned Gitmo into an extrajudicial black hole.
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L. Rhodes 15h
The most direct pattern for the camps, specifically as spaces outside the humanitarian values we embraced after WWII, is the exceptional status carved out for the military prison at Guantanamo Bay at the beginning of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Natasha Bertrand 15h
MUELLER will testify on July 17 in open session
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Josh Dawsey 15h
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MJ Lee 16h
Replying to @mj_lee
Warren responds by announcing she will visit Homestead detention facility tomorrow — this was previously not on her schedule. Warren campaign says she met with advocates backstage right before this town hall and decided she would go.
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L. Rhodes 17h
Replying to @drvox
Even if they don't go that far, it's reasonable to expect them to start learning from the left's intersectional failures. E.g. conservatives will start using climate policy to reinforce, say, racially discriminatory housing policy. Call it greenlining.
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L. Rhodes 19h
Replying to @hoskingc
She'd better have a partnership with Yoko lined up.
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L. Rhodes 19h
Hey, just a reminder that down-ticket ballots matter, even during a presidential election cycle.
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wayfairwalkout 23h
tl;dr - Wayfair sold beds to furnish border camps; 547 employees signed a petition to ask that we cease all business with border camps; CEO said no —>employees are walking out tmrw at 1:30pm. We ask that Wayfair donate all profits made from the sale to RAICES
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