This was too good not to just live on the bird site. So far it wins the internets for Monday.
I was repeatedly told that the problem was with illegal immigration and that all of it was about making sure that those who want to immigrate come through the door and not the window.
— Catherine Rampell (@crampell) July 21, 2020
Molly Berke is why blind people can’t have nice things. Sweet Jesus I didn’t think it got any worse than Daniel “Clicky McClickerson” Kish and clearly I was wrong with a capital wrong.
So there really are exceptions to due process.
Fascism is not federal law enforcement enforcing the law against rioters and looters (and they are arresting rioters and looters in Portland, not mere "protesters"). Fascism is the Chinese government shuttling Uighers by train to concentration camps.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) July 17, 2020
This is absurd.
@Amazon refuses to make its warehouse scanning and inventory technology #a11y so blind people can work in a variety of positions. Recently we assisted in filing charges with the EEOC. Our goal is to advance blind employees being denied job opportunities at Amazon. #NFB20
— National Federation of the Blind (@NFB_voice) July 17, 2020
@jgmac1106 Jelly beans are banned completely from my personal candy stash.
A must-read Twitter thread from Marc Lipsitch, Director of Harvard’s Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics. He (politely) demolishes Dr. Birx’s “rosy scenario,” and also points out “we remain woefully behind on testing capacity” and “test reagents, swabs, PPE remain in short supply.”
When I was in Nashville last year for WordCamp U.S., there was apparently a mini Santacon going on and from all reports it was quite a mess.
I’d say when multiple establishments in San Francisco tell you you’re not allowed in you’re a problem.
Definitely good for a laugh.