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Ross Langley
Tinkerer, tall man and recovering artist 👾🌱 mostly I design things at
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Ross Langley Jul 10
Replying to @clairlemon
I'm a dual US-Australian citizen from Sydney currently living in the US. My internal dialogues on this topic are debilitating. My family still asks what I'm doing here.
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Ross Langley Jul 7
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Darion Higdon Jul 3
When you stopped watching the NFL years ago because it’s trash and you see trending on Twitter.
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Bret Weinstein Jun 12
Whether suicide or homicide, this hanging in Palmdale has the potential to push the United States past the point of no return, converting the tragedy of a young man's death into a tragedy for all Americans, and for the world. No one should have that power.
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Patrick Onyekwere Jun 5
Hello Am a Ballpoint pen artist, these are my pen drawings.
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mani ☼ Jun 5
rt if a black womxn has ever protected you or made you feel safe in their presence. rt if a black womxn has defended and uplifted you.
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Ross Langley Jun 4
“Neither civilized reason nor Christian love would cause any of those people to treat you as they presumably wanted to be treated; only the fear of your power to retaliate would cause them to do that, or to seem to do it, which was (and is) good enough.”
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Barack Obama Jun 4
In our town hall yesterday, I mentioned James Baldwin's The Fire Next Time. From 1962, it remains a seminal meditation on race by one of our greatest writers and relevant for understanding the pain and anger behind the protests. Excerpt:
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Ross Langley Jun 2
Guess his bone spurs were having a good day
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Barack Obama May 29
My statement on the death of George Floyd:
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Reaktor Apr 28
Changing how the world works💙🌎Two of our projects were recognized in ’s 2020 . North America, Spaces, Places, and Cities Art & Design Education, Reaktor Education EMEA, Reaktor Education
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Lauri "you're on mute" Borén Apr 19
New York ILU 😘
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The New Yorker Mar 31
“What’s immediately apparent, in a suddenly theatreless world, is how difficult theatre is to replace,” writes.
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Ross Langley Mar 29
Replying to @JnnyG
Forever immortalized in that first 10 minutes of There Will Be Blood
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Ross Langley Mar 26
Looking forward to seeing a graph that shows how much less carbon is in the atmosphere now.
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Los Angeles Times Mar 24
Energy reporter asked eight scientists, activists and other experts what a coronavirus-like response to climate change would look like, and what we can learn from the pandemic. Here’s what they said:
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MIT Technology Review Mar 24
Researchers just developed the very test we need to tell us how widespread is the new coronavirus, how many people get it and don’t even know, and what is the actual death rate.
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Liquid Faerie 🇵🇹🇪🇺🦄🕷🦄🇪🇺🇵🇹 Mar 18
While humans carry out social distancing, a group of 14 elephants broke into a village in Yunan province, looking for corn and other food. They ended up drinking 30kg of corn wine and got so drunk that they fell asleep in a nearby tea garden. 😂❤️
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World Health Organization (WHO) Mar 2
When talking about , certain words & language may have a negative meaning for people and fuel stigmatizing attitudes
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Claire Lehmann Mar 14
Why has the so-called 'developing world' responded with more urgency & efficiency to coronavirus than Europe? argues that cultures with a recent experience of poverty & disease are less likely to take human life & healthcare for granted
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