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Reupping for the millionth time this FOX February 2014 interview, in which Trump basically gives up his game.

Talks about wanting close relationship with Russia, getting Putin's approval, and his desire to tank the economy and cause riots in the US. Thread:
Trump's G7 presser has revived worries about global economic devastation and nuclear policy.

Let's be clear: for 30 years, Trump has cavalierly spoken of his desire both to use nukes and to tank economies. He looks to profit off pain and is indifferent to loss of human life.
Whatever nightmarish, illogical, destructive thing you believe Trump won't or can't actually do is something he has likely fantasized about -- often publicly.

He will keep his worst promises and operate on his worst instincts unless he is restrained.
As I said on #AMJoy, whatever short-term careerist gains the GOP or other complicit actors think they're getting will ultimately lead to destruction for nearly all.

Even if you benefit now, your children likely won't. Your grandchildren won't. They will inherit disaster.

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Oct 5, 2018
Thread with an important reminder that we still haven't seen the majority of federal documents on Kavanaugh.

Not only the Senate, but the public has the right to know what's in those documents. If appointed, he will be making decisions for generations. We deserve the full truth.
In August 2016, Harry Reid wrote in a public letter to Comey that "the public has the right to know" Trump's relationship with Russia.

Imagine if the FBI or the media had done their job and told the truth. Because that *is* their job: to serve the public, to inform the public.
Somehow the idea that the public has the *right* to know information about the people their tax dollars fund has been lost -- whether due to officials blithely censoring it or journalists sitting on stories until they get maximum financial gain.

We do not have time for this.
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Oct 4, 2018
I went hiking in the woods. In the distance I saw a tree stump with a strange object on top. I walked over to look and found:
Anyone know what animal this used to be?
There was some sort of bone next to the skull. I left it all there for other unsuspecting hikers to enjoy ;)
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Oct 3, 2018
"We are the hollow men
We are the stuffed men
Leaning together
Headpiece filled with straw."
"Alas! Our dried voices, when
We whisper together
Are quiet and meaningless
As wind in dry grass"
"Or rats' feet over broken glass
In our dry cellar"
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Sep 30, 2018
Elephant Rocks, Missouri. Like walking on the surface of the moon.
More Elephant Rocks. The names were carved into the rocks in the 19th century. The rocks are one billion years old.
Ruins of 19th century quarry railroad depot, Belleview, Missouri
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Sep 27, 2018
Kavanaugh's unhinged, entitled rage is making it easy to imagine him grabbing a teenage girl, throwing her on a bed, and forcing himself on her while muffling her screams
Kavanaugh's horrific behavior, clearly not a relic of the past or limited to drunkenness, may be why his backers rolled out such an excessive advanced PR blitz. Thread:
Everyone who vouched for Kavanaugh's character should have their judgment held in question. The PR campaign itself should be examined.

I'm glad he didn't bring a group of pubescent girls to sit as props behind him this time, because he is truly frightening and out of control.
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Sep 11, 2018
I'm using this tool to get my chronological timeline back and I'm horrified by how many people I follow who I haven't seen in weeks. Twitter instituted this change gradually enough so that I didn't notice the full effect until today. Really awful, even dangerous algorithm change.
Now that I have my chronological timeline back, it's disconcerting to see what Twitter omitted.

They cut nearly everyone I followed from Missouri off my feed. I was seeing constant "likes" related to NY elections and other NYC stuff. I don't know why; my location is St Louis.
I'm worried about how this non-chronological algorithm will effect disaster coverage, and I guess we'll see with Florence.

But why do it at all? No more live-tweeting sports or awards shows? No more breaking news? How is this in any way advantageous to Twitter or its users?
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