I mean, I get how it “symbolically” can do that if you like to tell yourself stories (which most people do), but with or without the 1 mil buy, Brooklyn is in the exact same situation right now.
Jay previously owned a share of the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, in which he purchased a $1 million stake in 2004, but even that deal was controversial in that many believe it sped up the hyper-gentrification tearing up his beloved, native Brooklyn.
In the picture, he’s catching Rayquaza(s), which is the current legendary raid boss. So he pulled over to do a raid (at a stationary thing with a predetermined spot).
“Rolling coal” to charge your EV is still cleaner.
Is this how we now describe being pantsed?
WhiteBlack alone- NOT counting Hispanic people you dink- make up 60%12% of the U.S.population according to the census bureau right now. But we are not talking about women. This is a uniquely male problem. So that’s 30%6%. So 30%6%
It’s almost like io9 (and other nerd culture sites) which dedicates a plurality of its coverage to Disney movies while neglecting other pefectly good movies and movie franchises without dozens or hundreds of writeups on individual Disney products had some sort of affect on this.
Can’t wait for The Root to endorse “black on black violence” rhetoric.
Would you want a telescope built on top of Notre Dame?
It’s nice that a writer is promoting less nuance in writing.
Also infinity-gem-less Thanos was somehow stronger than infinity-gem-Thanos.
Did you also respond to Brian Kahn saying, “in the current political makeup it would be a little more than people telling other people that they should maybe move to higher ground. It’s not going to happen.”
And the whole idea that homeowners who had very little say in the rising seas swamping their homes can solve the situation with $1,000 a month is beyond the pale.
It’s easy to forget that Skyrim... wasn’t the first Elder Scrolls game.