And I am supposed to see this as a problem?
i am utterly baffled that it's 2022 and the government STILL seems to operate under the assumption that everyone lives in a detached house they own
— Faine Greenwood (@faineg) January 19, 2022
It’s not that — it’s that only homeowners are seen as “real” people, especially by other homeowners. Anyone who rents or is a student, etc., is seen as less than a full human being, so does not matter.
Classic piece. The liberal glee in reaction to the Charlie Hebdo murders is when I truly broke with liberalism altogether.
Doing a lot of dips has done wonders for my triceps. Recommended.
Nah, it’s a high-key psychotic idea. Fuck this and all the liberals who support it. The future of never traveling, of the pod life eating bugs is just no way to live. I refuse it.
Adams' use of the word "ecosystem" is so right: that cute little block where you used to take a barre class after work, browse the shop next door for a new pair of leggings, then meet friends down the street for a drink? it all withers and dies if you don't resume normal life! https://t.co/nDLdU4RvF5
— Kat Rosenfield (@katrosenfield) January 5, 2022
One of the actual points of the pandemic restrictions was to hollow out these small and medium-size businesses. It worked! The plutes love it and want to do it again. This is the reason restrictions will be resumed, if they ever are.
I wonder if anyone regrets giving quite so much play to this particular genre of early 2020 story now that we’re trying to put N95s on kids for 8 hours per day pic.twitter.com/WQ92alqLc8
— Kat Rosenfield (@katrosenfield) January 16, 2022
Now, now, don’t question the official narrative, Kat. It’s uncouth.
Crazy to me libs are still advocating for ridiculous restrictions and closures to, basically, help the unvaxxed.
Fuck the unvaxxed. Let ’em die, who cares. (The only reason to give a crap is hospital capacity, and we could solve that by mandating that if you’re unaxxed, here’s some oxygen, good luck at home!)
Great @_ericting interview of Marin County health officer Matt Willis. As one of the most vaccinated counties in the U.S., Marin should be a model for the rest of the country in terms of nuanced public health messaging.
Really appreciated the last questionhttps://t.co/MRHpu7dcja pic.twitter.com/A71gyWbhsr
— Rebecca Bodenheimer (@rmbodenheimer) January 19, 2022
That’s my conclusion, too. Despite the nearly-lying by epidemiologists that not all viruses evolve to lesser virulence, coronaviruses certainly trend that way as we’re seeing now. Why they insisted on their distortions about this, I know not; maybe to get people to comply with masking and such. I have no idea.
One simply cannot trust experts anymore for anything.
In high school I went to a sleepover and the girl I liked climbed into bed with me and she started tickling me and I was like ‘hahaha okay well time for bed' and I think about that twice every 5 minutes.
— David Drake (@TheDavidDrake) January 17, 2022
Worry not, my friend! I was this clueless too.
I just assumed no one wanted me, so even a girl giving very clear signs like literally taking off her clothes and climbing into bed with me I took as, she must be too warm and sleepy, better let her sleep. I am sure the girl in question was very confused by my non-response but if she’d known my life history up to that point of people telling me how horrible and unattractive I was, I think she’d’ve understood better.