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This is just to tweet I have ruined the site where you spent your days And which you were planning to use forever Forgive me I was So rich and so stupid
Selling shovels in a gold rush is good business and that’s true even if the miners have actually just found a bunch of fool’s gold. The problem is that when your clients are suckers it’s tempting to make even more money by selling fake shovels…
Side note but addressing a thing that's bugged me for a long time. This is who ACTUALLY puts the rockets into space.
Scoop: There's a reorg at Starbase and SpaceX’s Gwynne Shotwell is taking over https://t.co/OAofrl10tC
Becky Peterson @beckpeterson
Musk tweeting happily about how Twitter engagement is up giving off the same vibe as an arsonist pleased his efforts have drawn spectators to watch a building burn
-foreward written by fictional character author pretends is real -fictional Oxbridge college -deckle-edged paper -more than one moon on cover Other Signs, Besides Having A Map In The Front, That The Fantasy Novel You've Just Picked Up Will Be Good
“India is often in the middle of geopolitical jostling between the US, China and Russia. But as the Biden administration promotes what it calls “friend-shoring,” it is making clear that it wants India to be in America’s orbit of economic allies.”
"The United States is not just another country; it's an important linchpin in building a broader, stable global order. And if we don’t live up to those responsibilities, then the world is not going to be better." — in ow.ly/Yxqe50LAlJz
New Substack post: why I think Why Nations Fail is bad someunpleasant.substack.com/p/why-why-nati… I promise, I deliver
I have never laughed so hard. This place is sheer comedy at this point. https://t.co/PFBjSIq58I
Daniel P. Aldrich urbanists.social/web/@dpaldrich @DanielPAldrich
It was never confirmed, and maybe it doesn't matter anymore in the present GOP, but, let's just say it wasn't because McCarthy made a gaffe about the Benghazi investigation on Fox News. This is what wrote at the time: vox.com/2015/10/9/9488…
Chinese exports to Russia of manufactured goods with potential military applications crashed after the sanctions were imposed, but have soared in recent months. China is keeping Russia's military machine somewhat afloat.