Two men replied to this tweet and both of them felt the need to randomly say how much they don’t like Hillary. I promise you guys really don’t need to do this every time! We had four years to get your point! twitter.com/elikasadeghi/s…
@Skydiver1963 My comment wasn’t limited to women we haven’t interacted with. People interject likability into all sorts of convos about women way more often than about men. I’m trying to be more aware myself. I’m not saying you have to like her- just saying you took away from your own point.
@Skydiver1963 I don’t know who told us we need to, but… we *really don’t* need to preempt giving women credit or a compliment with saying we don’t like them, or anything else that takes away from the acknowledgment.
Colin Powell had been treated for multiple myeloma, a blood cancer, his longtime aide says. The condition impairs the ability to fight infection, and studies have shown that those cancer patients don’t get as much protection from the COVID-19 vaccines.
I personally disagree that it was a net-positive for him to join, but I do think this is very well written and brings up important points for anyone who is still willingly unvaccinated to consider as they “do their own research.” twitter.com/drsanjaygupta/…
If there’s one way to sum up the thing that’s driven me nuts more than any other the last couple years, it’s that. We’ve led “both sides” bros to think their false equivalencies and rejection of expertise makes them smart, when it’s actually really dumb.
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