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5:30 pm, March 15th, 2023 - 16 comments
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Daily review is also your post.
This provides Standardistas the opportunity to review events of the day.
The usual rules of good behaviour apply (see the Policy).
Don’t forget to be kind to each other …
In what ways is global warming impacting on climate – climate change?
Fortunately for us, Nicola Willis sounds awful.
Ruth Richardson – but instead of Ruth's bright-eyed delusions of utopia through markets, a narrow-eyed, vehement insistence on the same neoliberal programme.
The journey of Tucker Carlson from journalist to swamp frog.
See tucker demolished etc
Lol as if a presstitute from MSNBC could demolish anything except maybe whats left of their credibility .I guess if youre into conspiracy theories like the biggest one in media history ie Russiagate you'd be tuning into Rachel Maddow who has her lair there .I think Tucker has more cred in his little finger than the entire shonkey cast of MSNBC but each to their own !!
Partisan gotta do what partisan gotta do, but that journey from real journalism to red pill was sad and the now well known distance between his personal opine about Trump offline and public opine online is tragic for credibility as a "commentator".
from an unmentionable place on the WWW …
[when you you quote, you must link – Incognito]
came to me in an email so do not have a link – just thought it was quite worth sharing.
There was nothing in your comment to indicate that those were not your own words, which is dodgy. That e-mail must have been dodgy too. How do you feel about people spreading dodgy stuff online? Is it ok if it suits your narrative?
from an unmentionable place on the WWW …. might have been a clue that they were not my own words?
Been trying to find where it came from.
Amanda Knox is an amazing human.
I imagine Meredith Kercher was an amazing human, too.
I have looked at a Behaviour Panel's views about Amanda Knox and it is not positive. I think she may have some psychiatric impairment/problem that makes her hard to read.
Fair enough if she feels ok giving advice, that I agree with. Though having done several total immersion stints at language schools/tertiary institutions in Europe I totally get where the NYU student is coming from.
Often, speaking as an oldie, the benefits of the experiences come later looking back. They are often hellish hard at the time.