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In my local paper. Thought it
was funny.
Stop insulting Trump voters and their concerns. Talk to them.
Trump supporters aren't going away. Those who paint them
as the lowest forms of life reveal themselves to be more interested murturing atvisions.
In my local paper. Thought it was funny. Stop insulting Trump voters and their concerns. Talk to them. Trump supporters aren't going away. Those who paint them as the lowest forms of life reveal themselves to be more interested murturing atvisions.
A Guy Says He Was
Questioned On A Plane
For Doing Math During
A Flight
woman sitting next the Ivy League
economist told flight crew she had
security concerns about the man, after seeing him write in a foreign script. It turned out to be a differential
equation.
A Guy Says He Was Questioned On A Plane For Doing Math During A Flight woman sitting next the Ivy League economist told flight crew she had security concerns about the man, after seeing him write in a foreign script. It turned out to be a differential equation.
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Stop insulting Trump voters and their concerns. Talk to them.
Opinion by Gary Abernathy
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SFGATE @SFGate
This afternoon
Hawaii health officials are the latest to join a chorus of warnings about traveling to
Las Vegas
Concerns over traveling to Vegas are mounting in the mainland as well
This week, Chicago added the state of Nevada to its travel advisory amid an uptick in cases powered largely by the delta variant. Los Angeles
County health officials have also cautioned against travel to Vegas
SFGATE @SFGate This afternoon Hawaii health officials are the latest to join a chorus of warnings about traveling to Las Vegas Concerns over traveling to Vegas are mounting in the mainland as well This week, Chicago added the state of Nevada to its travel advisory amid an uptick in cases powered largely by the delta variant. Los Angeles County health officials have also cautioned against travel to Vegas
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I've yet to see one "We need to get out of our bubbles and go talk to Biden voters and listen to their concerns" think piece from right wing media since the election.
Jul 23, 2021 Twitter Web Aop
Replying to I've yet to see one "We need to get out of our bubbles and go talk to Biden voters and listen to their concerns" think piece from right wing media since the election. Jul 23, 2021 Twitter Web Aop
Washingtonian
Problems
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Washingtonian Problems 202K Giveaway I Win two tickets for Artechouse DC's current exhibit Renewal 2121, which "seeks to inspire hope amid a global pandemic and concerns of climate change." Be immersed in the combination of art and technology and maybe share a few moments on the gram of you and a friend!
at 600 Elliott
March 20, 2020
Dear Residents,
With the growing concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), our commitment to serving our residents and 'community is of the utmost importance to us.
We have been notified by King County that a COVID-19 rehabilitation center will be installed at
531 Elliott Avenue West sometime in April 2020, as further described in the enclosed King County notice dated March 16, 2020. This location is across the street and just south of Canvas
Apartments. Per King County it will be a rehabilitation center, not quarantine or isolation center.
Per the King County notice, in order to minimize a strain on our local healthcare facilities and for the safety of the public at large, King County has identified the location at 531 Elliott Avenue
West a place for individuals to recover. The rehabilitation center will be used to house up to 72 individuals in a controlled environment with 24-hour security and an on-site manager.
Individuals will be transported to the rehabilitation center that:
Are recovering in hospitals from illness, not solely related to COVID-19, in order to increase the capacity in which hospitals can treat COVID-19 patients.
Cannot safely get well.
Have acute healthneeds.
Reside in student living with close quarters and shared common spaces.
As information develops and becomes available from King County, we will provide updates to all of our residents.
If you have any questions regarding the information in this letter, please don't hesitate to contact the leasing office.
CANVAS Community Team
at 600 Elliott March 20, 2020 Dear Residents, With the growing concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), our commitment to serving our residents and 'community is of the utmost importance to us. We have been notified by King County that a COVID-19 rehabilitation center will be installed at 531 Elliott Avenue West sometime in April 2020, as further described in the enclosed King County notice dated March 16, 2020. This location is across the street and just south of Canvas Apartments. Per King County it will be a rehabilitation center, not quarantine or isolation center. Per the King County notice, in order to minimize a strain on our local healthcare facilities and for the safety of the public at large, King County has identified the location at 531 Elliott Avenue West a place for individuals to recover. The rehabilitation center will be used to house up to 72 individuals in a controlled environment with 24-hour security and an on-site manager. Individuals will be transported to the rehabilitation center that: Are recovering in hospitals from illness, not solely related to COVID-19, in order to increase the capacity in which hospitals can treat COVID-19 patients. Cannot safely get well. Have acute healthneeds. Reside in student living with close quarters and shared common spaces. As information develops and becomes available from King County, we will provide updates to all of our residents. If you have any questions regarding the information in this letter, please don't hesitate to contact the leasing office. CANVAS Community Team
Mexico readies navy ships to bring
food, supplies to Cuba
Ra es
A Cuban flag flies over a street amid concerns about
the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in downtown Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2021. Picture taken
July 18, 2021. Meneghini
MEXICO CITY, July 22 (Reuters) - Mexico will send two navy ships loaded with food and medical sup- plies to Cuba, the foreign ministry said on Thursday, after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador blamed the U.S. embargo for fomenting the biggest unrest in Cuba in decades.
The ships will leave the port of Veracruz in the Gulf of
Mexico on Sunday, taking syringes, oxygen tanks and masks along with powered milk, cans of tuna, beans, flour, cooking oil and gasoline.
The shipments exemplify Mexico's policy of
"international solidarity" and it will keep offering hu- manitarian aid to help Latin American and Caribbean countries tackle the coronavirus pandemic, the for- eign ministry said in a statement.
The loading of the cargo began early on Thursday, said Marisa Lopez, a spokeswoman for the office of the mayor of Veracruz.
The preparations came on the same day that the U.S.
government announced sanctions against a Cuban security minister and a special forces unit for their al- leged role in the crackdown on the anti-government protests that began this month. read more
The Cuban embassy in Mexico City did not immedi- ately respond to a request for comment.
The Cuban government has blamed the protests mostly on what it calls U.S.-financed "counter- revolutionaries" exploiting economic hardship caused by decades-old U.S. embargo.
Latin American governments have split along ideolo- gical lines over the protests in Cuba.
Mexico, run by leftist Lopez Obrador, has sided with
Cuba, while Chile and Peru have urged the Commun- st government to allow pro-democracy protests. read more
Mexico readies navy ships to bring food, supplies to Cuba Ra es A Cuban flag flies over a street amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in downtown Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2021. Picture taken July 18, 2021. Meneghini MEXICO CITY, July 22 (Reuters) - Mexico will send two navy ships loaded with food and medical sup- plies to Cuba, the foreign ministry said on Thursday, after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador blamed the U.S. embargo for fomenting the biggest unrest in Cuba in decades. The ships will leave the port of Veracruz in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, taking syringes, oxygen tanks and masks along with powered milk, cans of tuna, beans, flour, cooking oil and gasoline. The shipments exemplify Mexico's policy of "international solidarity" and it will keep offering hu- manitarian aid to help Latin American and Caribbean countries tackle the coronavirus pandemic, the for- eign ministry said in a statement. The loading of the cargo began early on Thursday, said Marisa Lopez, a spokeswoman for the office of the mayor of Veracruz. The preparations came on the same day that the U.S. government announced sanctions against a Cuban security minister and a special forces unit for their al- leged role in the crackdown on the anti-government protests that began this month. read more The Cuban embassy in Mexico City did not immedi- ately respond to a request for comment. The Cuban government has blamed the protests mostly on what it calls U.S.-financed "counter- revolutionaries" exploiting economic hardship caused by decades-old U.S. embargo. Latin American governments have split along ideolo- gical lines over the protests in Cuba. Mexico, run by leftist Lopez Obrador, has sided with Cuba, while Chile and Peru have urged the Commun- st government to allow pro-democracy protests. read more
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Hunter Biden will Meet with
Prospective Buyers of His
Garbage Artwork in Private,
Raising New Ethical
Concerns About Influence
Peddling
By Cristina Laila
Published July 22, 2021 at
316 Comments
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Tell us you're influence peddling without
telling us you're influence peddling.
Remember when Psaki promised that identities of the potential buyers of Hunter
Biden's garbage artwork would be kept a secret from the Bidens?
Hunter Biden will Meet with Prospective Buyers of His Garbage Artwork in Private, Raising New Ethical Concerns About Influence Peddling By Cristina Laila Published July 22, 2021 at 316 Comments Share (173) II II Gab II Tell us you're influence peddling without telling us you're influence peddling. Remember when Psaki promised that identities of the potential buyers of Hunter Biden's garbage artwork would be kept a secret from the Bidens?