Favorite Rejects 2022-03-12
15/24 Finally, the Ukrainians have adapted in the info environment. Not only did they seize the initiative at the start of the war, they have learned and evolved in a tactical, operational and strategic influence fight against Russian misinformation. (Image - )
One of the interesting things we've been looking at is quantifying how candidate strength translates across cycles. When I take the 2018 and 2020 WAR models we built for and predict 2020 overperformance based on 2018 overperformance, there is a strong correlation!
I got dragged on here for an entire day when I mentioned doing anti-smoking stuff 20 years ago. real fuckin pathetic
I don't know why there's a huge "anti smoking campaigns are cringe and are a failure" thing on this website when this is their actual track record https://t.co/Dz46326NJW
i thank you phone for today 🌉 🚱 @notkavi
god forbid we sully the architectural purity of San Francisco
416 Peninsula Avenue https://t.co/jzmsooe5LJ
every lot sf @everylotsf
This is meant to be a hypocrisy shot but there are 28 million households in the UK, if 9 percent of them took in one Ukrainian refugee each that would be 2.5 million Ukrainians — a very large number!
🇬🇧🇺🇦 52% of British adults say the gvt has not gone far enough on the acceptance of Ukraine refugees. But only 9% say they would take in refugees themselves -opinium, today
Matt Goodwin @GoodwinMJ
The limiting factor on refugee admission is not a scarcity of individual households willing to host one, but the reluctance of democratic publics to allow for large numbers to come in. If most Britons want, as a matter of policy, more refugee admittances that's a big deal.
Why are the pushing Z so hard? Russia has official fla which isn'tt used much un Ukraine. Why? And the answer is - they made up Z *after* invasion went wrong. They'll try to abandon and forget it later. They don't want to connect Russian flag with a tainted and failed cause https://t.co/V4eP5Gi85g
Kamil Galeev @kamilkazani