@soledadobrien Imagine thinking over that tweet, asking yourself whether it's newsworthy, and then going ahead and hitting "send".
@ReubenR80027912 Both sides are being irrational here, but the unvaccinated are the bigger problem. Boosted folks being paranoid isn't going to keep the pandemic and its worst effects going, unvaccinated people getting sick and dying will.
@Noahpinion What is this dude's solution? Let a brutal authoritarian thug overrun neighboring democratic nations with impunity?
These people are not serious and I'm glad they have no power.
@EuroTye @RoobNBCS I was a fan during that era. Gruden, Payton, and Callahan are the only coaches on the above list that were here with Rhodes. Everyone else was an Andy assistant.
@Indy_Penned_It @river_is_nice I feel sorry for you that you think a comment like this that is so stupid on multiple levels is a clever response.
@river_is_nice Actually I think it's a good thing for authoritarian dictatorships not to invade democracies, what can I say.
@Theophite I'm not sure what happened to Arthur Chu. The dude has really gone off the deep end the last year or so.
@RoobNBCS You think a center is going top 15? I'm not sure about that.
@RoobNBCS Reid's coaching tree in particular is incredible.
He'll likely win a few more Super Bowls and when he does it'll be hard for anyone to continue making the argument that he isn't one of the best coaches of all time.
@jkfecke Broke: "Never get involved in a land war in Asia."
Bespoke: "Never launch an amphibious invasion in arctic waters that requires you to march your troops across thousands of miles of tundra with no infrastructure to provide logistical support."
@dearie2006 @tcm08011 @RadioFreeTom These people when Trump said something rude: "That's why I like him! He's a truth teller! He doesn't care about your feelings! He tells it like it is!"
Same folks when Biden says something rude: "Clearly he's cognitively impaired."
@Noahpinion On paper it's neither.
It's de facto regressive however, because rich people have much less need of the marginal taxed dollar than poor people do.
@Robotbeat @vlysis @Noahpinion I'd quibble with that terminology (Cuba was occupied by the US for a bit but was never an actual colony as it always had nominal independence) but yes, on the whole that's a much better analogy.
@BleedingGreen They may end up there but if you define QB purgatory as "not having a superstar QB" all but a few teams in the entire league are.
@RoobNBCS Great QB play to be sure, but also not great defense. There were a ton of wide open receivers and a lot of YAC due to missed tackles in that game.
@Roflsnarf1 The ARA and BIB weren't consequential legislation? You must not have been hit hard by the pandemic or live in an area with lead pipes but no broadband.
Also, your hot take is insanely myopic and complacent about the dangers of Trumpism.
@jkfecke Historians will some day write of the suffering endured by those who survived the Great Pillsbury Famine of 2022.
@eternaldiletant @NGrossman81 They don't always coincide with our interests and we don't always do them but when an intervention meets both criteria there's no reason not to do it.
@PSRealTalk @NGrossman81 Firstly, Russia already shares multiple borders with NATO states (Norway, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, etc.).
Secondly while I agree it's not in Russia's interest for Ukraine to join NATO, Ukraine gets to decide for themselves what's in their own interest.
@vlysis @Robotbeat @Noahpinion Alaska is not an independent nation and its population overwhelmingly wishes to remain part of the US.
Ukraine is an independent nation the population of which overwhelmingly wishes to remain so.
Not comparable situations at all.
@cowabungatime @Noahpinion Yes, if there's one thing history teaches, it's that appeasing expansionist authoritarian bullies is a great strategy that never fails.
@LeftPov @BenjaminDanard @Noahpinion Russia's army is not that modern. It's a technologically stagnant petrostate.
Ukraine is a large country and US aid could make it very painful for Russia to invade.
@Noahpinion The people saying this are pretty much entirely knee jerk "if the US does it it's de facto bad" idiots.
They're the same people who complained about the US being in Afghanistan and then criticized Biden for withdrawing.
They can be and should be completely ignored.
@EliotShorrParks San Francisco didn't win with their offense. Neither did Cincinnati. This is such a classic hot take based on only the most recent thing you saw. Goldfish-level attention span here.