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10 days ago by aebraddy
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Das sind Straftaten aus einer Versammlung geraus. das sollte doch reichen um…
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10 days ago by reinhard_codes
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13. Moveon learned its lesson. The group has never tried to wield power again. Reframing politics, wielding power,…
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10 days ago by ndfine
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Usually their "bad experiences" are of their own creation too. 😐

So they lash out to…
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10 days ago by mikeschinkel
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yeah what if we threw the jews in camps and seized all their assets that would really trigger the libs
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10 days ago by rukku
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The Oceania exhibition at the is amazing. And free for New Zealanders and Pacific Islanders.*

And be…
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10 days ago by Fallingbadgers
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Eno Sarris on stats to watch in the Astros and Indians series:"
Speaking of strikeouts, the Astros just set a record. Their starting rotation struck out 28.2 percent of the batters they saw, which is just nuts, even with the league’s strikeout rate rising around us. For a bit of perspective, the Yankees just set a record for bullpen strikeout rate in the history of baseball. At 30.2 percent, it was just a couple ticks north of the rate put up by the guys throwing five or six innings at a time in Houston.

Justin Verlander struck out 34.8 percent of the guys he saw and put up a 2.52 ERA. Gerrit Cole struck out 34.5 percent of the guys he saw and put up a 2.88 ERA. Charlie Morton struck out 28.9 percent of the guys he saw and put up a 3.13 ERA. Dallas Keuchel struck out a mere 17.5 percent of the guys he saw and put up a 3.74 ERA and looks like a shlemiel in this group."
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10 days ago by TheSlurve2016
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Just heard about an R poll where a longtime House R incumbent is up just 46%-39% vs. a Dem who trailed ~50-to-1 in…
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10 days ago by girma
Bracing for the Vanilla Boom
A s the vanilla market opens in northeastern Madagascar this season, some local farmers will earn more money than ever before. With global vanilla prices now…
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10 days ago by johnrclark
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i didnt want to shave my legs so i'm wearing pants this whole trip. may have been the wrong choice.
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10 days ago by chronomex
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あさって月曜日に開催される技術書典5にsoussuneとして参加します。高速なwebサイトを構築するJAMstackという技術について書きました。NetlifyやGatsbyなど昨今盛り上がりを見せる技術に興味があればぜひお越しく…
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10 days ago by trkw
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I've heard utter drivel coming from tech wankers over the last month.
In no real order.
Catalonia…
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10 days ago by brokenbottleboy
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Trump damaging two US institutions this week. Supreme Court and FBI. Damage in institutions and rule of law part of…
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10 days ago by dermotcasey
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he supported the repeal campaign. big fucking whoop, near 70% of the country supported repealing that a…
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10 days ago by beaugunderson
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Big big thank you to Satbir Multani of for organizing the panel and for inviting me to speak. Thanks also to…
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10 days ago by ninaksimon
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The Way We Look Now, According to Mary Beard https://t.co/8da75yTD6X∣=nytcore-ios-share pic.twitter.com/1x82Ej6isw

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10 days ago by actionhero
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Kids’ Brainpower Tied to Exercise, Sleep and Limited Screen Time https://t.co/2cUGGit3y5 pic.twitter.com/3zn0TjGO9A

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Emotion in politics: Affective-discursive practices in UKIP and Labour - Ruth Breeze, 2018
Recent political trends in many countries have sparked renewed interest in populism. Despite general agreement that the affective/emotive aspects of political communication are particularly important in this, there is little recent analysis of how populists operationalise emotion or how they genuinely differ from mainstream parties in this sense. This article applies mixed methods to explore the ‘affective-discursive practices’ that characterise the discourses of two opposition parties in the United Kingdom: United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) and Labour. Comparison of the frequency of semantic subcategories related to emotion in corpora of press releases published by these parties on their websites is complemented by qualitative analysis of how specific emotional areas such as fear, anger and anxiety are invoked by the two parties. Different ‘affective-discursive practices’ underpin their discourses, since Labour characteristically frames reactions to social phenomena in terms of worry and concern, while UKIP legitimates fear and anger, but also projects more positive emotions.
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10 days ago by Jibarosoy
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RT : なぜわざわざ沖縄の人が民意を以て落選させた人を沖縄の担当にするんだろう・・。嫌がらせ以外あるのかな・・。
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Hey peeps! See you at the Tor both today at 2 pm! I'll be signing books. Come say hi! 🤖❤️
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10 days ago by miaeaton
Project West Ford - Wikipedia
Jump to navigationJump to search Needles from the West Ford project compared to a stamp. Project West Ford (also known as Westford Needles and Project Needles )…
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10 days ago by johnrclark
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RT : I've seen the FBI "report" on Brett Kavanaugh. 4 things are clear:
❌This wasn't a full or fair investigation.
❌ It…
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10 days ago by Michael.Massing
The Riemann Hypothesis, explained – Jørgen Veisdal – Medium
In loving memory of John Forbes Nash Jr. You remember prime numbers, right? Those numbers you can’t divide into other numbers, except when you divide them by…
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10 days ago by johnrclark
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Before their opening loss, Rodger Sherman predicted a Yankees series win because they are just bigger than the Red Sox :"However, I feel 100 percent confident that the Yankees are going to win the ALDS, because without a doubt, the Yankees are bigger and stronger than the Red Sox. The Yankees are the biggest, strongest baseball team I’ve ever seen. Finesse and skill are important, but I think the most important baseball thing is whether a team has players who can instantly vaporize a ball upon contact, and apparently that’s the only thing the Yankees scout for. Every time I turn on a Yankees game, I half expect to see that their new shortstop will be 397-pound Icelandic strongman Hafþor Bjornsson.

And playing big guys has worked! The Yankees set the single-season record for home runs this year, with 267. The 11 hardest-hit baseballs this season were all hit by the Yankees (nine by Giancarlo Stanton, one apiece by Aaron Judge and Gary Sánchez)."
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10 days ago by TheSlurve2016
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And of course the ultimate irony: the Prayer of Jabez is from the Old Testament, totally comes from an…
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10 days ago by brchastain
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Banksy's $1.4 million artwork self-destructed.

Whatever.

Everything in my house destroys itself.

At least accord…
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10 days ago by kartik
YouTube -- RussiaToday: 'Privatizing security’: Who will get guns amid French police crisis?
'Not the rule of law – but the law of the strongest... That was the damning assessment of French national security, by the country's outgoing interior minister – before his resignation earlier this week.' -- Guns for me but not for thee.
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10 days ago by adamcrowe
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10 days ago by AlexanderERyzhov
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Senator Mike Rounds (@SenatorRounds)
The future is bright in Brookings, SD! This state-of the-art facility will continue to make South Dakota students the leader in feeding the world. https://t.co/GaYegslYcI
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10 days ago by AlexanderERyzhov
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How we feel before coffee and after reading the news.
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10 days ago by miaeaton
China’s Small Farms Are Fading. The World May Benefit. - The New York Times
SHANHUI, China — This village doesn’t change quickly. The ebb and flow of the planting and harvesting seasons still govern the lives of its 3,000 residents. Some rise at 3 a.m. to cook homemade tofu, a Shanhui specialty, over a coal-burning stove.
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10 days ago by satoyuta
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@pentagram : RT @PublicTheaterNY: Join us in wishing a Happy Birthday to design extraordinaire Paula Scher of @pentagram! 🎉 https://t.co/kREH2G66nH : http://twitter.com/pentagram/status/1048574019895808004
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10 days ago by dcolanduno
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النائب عادل الدمخي : الحكومة غائبة تماما عن المشهد والدليل انها لم تفعل شيئا تجاه قضايا حدثت في فترة قصيرة مثل الشه…
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12. When I say Democrats do not want to wield power, this is what I mean. And this is systemic. In 2007, Moveon ran…
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10 days ago by ndfine
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Of the 5 justices picked by Republicans, including Kavanaugh, 4 were nominated by presidents who first took office…
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10 days ago by andriak
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I still watch Netflix on a 2nd-gen Apple TV by preference because it doesn’t do any of this nonsense
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10 days ago by Fallingbadgers
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1558 Presse steht jetzt sehr weit am Rand, keine gute Position zum Arbeiten . Unzählige Hitlergrüße s…
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10 days ago by reinhard_codes
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RT : Trump’s norm-defying presidency has shaken up the country’s political life, and no place has been more changed than…
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10 days ago by mshook
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There are very few writers who could pull off something this comprehensive and compelling. David did it in less tha…
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