sometimes tweet about the sixers but mostly not
Joined on 23 April, 2009
A Seattle-area hospital emailed donors who had given $10,000 or more to the hospital system about newly available and highly coveted COVID-19 vaccine spots - even as appointments were booked through March for the public.
If you see this and are outraged, ask yourself why when it’s cancer, heart disease, HIV, etc. your bank account SHOULD mean the difference between life and death
With my passable knowledge of paleography and Latin, I could maybe scrape a living as a clerk in one of the lower church courts?
I would create England’s first ever stained glass window covering the intersection of sports and pop culture
Romney on future of GOP: "What we see going forward depends on who the next voices are in the party, whether that’s people like Larry Hogan and Tom Cotton and Ben Sasse. Or whether instead it’s people like Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz. Only time will tell”
This Tom Cotton?
BREAKING: A Tacoma police officer drove through a group of pedestrians Saturday night, and a video being shared on social media shows people falling to the ground as the police SUV speeds up through the crowd.
“Shows people falling to the ground”
UPDATE: Seattle police officer who walked bike over protester’s head unlikely to face charges. It’s unclear whether the officer will face any discipline whatsoever.
Replying to @eyesonthestorm: RT if you live in a liberal city with a Democratic mayor who comes down harder on bike lanes than on cops running over…
KOMO News recently released a "documentary" called The Fight For The Soul Of Seattle. Here is the president of Seattle's police union confirming it was a curated propaganda piece, and producers collaborated with the union to try to find a black female officer to sell their story.
The union announces they’ve won, that the bosses have given concessions and they’ve reached an agreement. 🔥 speeches now
Short version of this argument: "But won't the GOP do a lot of damage after they win in 2022 or beyond??"
This is the anti-reform argument I hear most often, including sometimes from progressives. So I take it seriously, but don't find it persuasive for 2 reasons:
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