I was thinking about how mixed metaphors like these in @NRO@twitter.com betray that they are a rag despite their "SAT-word-per-sentence" metric.
Then I remembered they're climate change deniers that claim Trump isn't racist, and that that should probably be the bigger tell. https://t.co/KpIVlbvie3
“Inscrutable scruples” is on a personal list of things that will always be fun to say
I want my chips with the diippp
“Ottawa seems to be out of ideas on devising a new kind of China policy” https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-ottawa-seems-to-be-out-of-ideas-on-devising-a-new-kind-of-china-policy/
“Who Democratic voters think can beat Trump in 2020” - Good use of polling? @email@example.com & @FiveThirtyEight@twitter.com
“Who Democratic voters think can beat Trump in 2020” - Good use of polling? Strikes me a bit odd... https://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-2020-national-poll-democrats-electability-20190619-story.html
Hi Glorious Leader @thurloat , any chance we'll get Keybase support on this instance? It'd be super neat!
Some links if you haven't heard of this:
Opposition is a caricature, and Scheer is a humid performer: Neil Macdonald | CBC News https://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/opposition-scheer-1.5055428
In the dark: The cost of Canada’s data deficit https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-in-the-dark-the-cost-of-canadas-data-deficit/
I see what you’ve done there, cbc
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some nights i cant stand the idea of going to sleep because its like, well, ummm, well you feel a sense of finality about the day and ummmm, well, ummm, hard to uhhhh, hard to explain the feeling umm, i guess, well actually i guess, its like, well, its like you die, isnt it??? its the same as dying. just because its not permanent doesnt mean its not scary. if only i could phrase this in a way that didnt sound extremely stupid
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more lazy (but also hilarious) attempt at climate change denial than from @MaximeBernier . Next he’ll suggest an AC tax-break to fight climate change.
Added "Paywall: The Business of Scholarship" (2018), you can watch it here:
Feature-length documentary about the parasitic publishing companies that syphon off billions of dollars of public money by pointlessly charging scientists to read each other's research.