Alyse Stanley
alysestanley
Gizmodo weekend editor. Freelance games reporter. Full-time disaster bi.
5/24/20
11:27 PM
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Sorry, you’ve waived all rights to play the ad hominem card since you’ve already called someone a douche.

5/23/20
5:26 PM
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This comment is sending me right now because I’d completely forgot that (utterly amazing and ridiculous) movie existed.

5/23/20
11:29 AM
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Underrated comment right here. The snort I just let out was unholy

5/23/20
11:27 AM
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I mean, the supreme court has already established that state leaders can override the first amendment’s free exercise clause when public health is at stake - and I don’t think the argument that there’s religious discrimination going on holds much water when gyms and movie theaters are still closed in a lot of places Read more

5/12/20
10:18 AM
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Ya know, I came this close to editing my comment because I knew there’d be some pedants out there to take it literally, but then I thought ‘Surely everyone will realize it’s a goof. Surely...’

5/3/20
12:31 PM
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You’re right, small pockets have been known to be in the area (and parts of neighboring Canada) since last fall. But since the hornet’s life cycle each year doesn’t start until April/May, it’s only had the potential to become a much bigger problem recently as they come out of hibernation—thus the hype since the Read more

5/3/20
12:06 PM
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Kinja should really add a “Did you even read the article?” prompt like a TOS agreement before you’re allowed to comment.

4/30/20
5:53 PM
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Bold off you to assume I don’t already get such irrelevant comments about my appearance/posts on a daily basis by virtue of being a lady on the internet :)

3/20/20
7:00 PM
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WHO has estimated that roughly 3.4 percent of confirmed COVID-19 cases result in fatalities, but that figure was announced at the beginning of the month and the outbreak continues to evolve
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3/20/20
5:42 PM
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For me, the COVID-19 news shelf was about four below the general “top news” one.

3/16/20
6:04 PM
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Actually, they’re both, as a homophone is a type of homonym. The more ya know