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1/20/20
8:10 PM
2

Yes, I was startled by that detail too: “So after his dad died and his brother was off at college and his mother became romantically involved with her cousin’s husband, Hernandez went down to Florida to check out that team.” It was presented as if he was essentially living alone at 17 and just up and went to scope Read more

1/20/20
7:31 PM
3

I listened to the Boston Globe podcast on Hernandez and they interviewed SanSoucie as well. I haven’t gotten to watch this yet but I’m eager to, more so after reading all your comments. Read more

1/20/20
6:07 PM
2

So this got me curious about the brother and I found this passage from a People magazine interview, shilling the brother’s book: Read more

1/20/20
2:56 AM
1

I feel bad that the two sisters’ relationship has been destroyed, probably forever. Especially when you see the footage of them hugging right after Odin was murdered. And now both their lives have been damaged by this one idiot.
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1/20/20
12:36 AM
2

It surprised me how adamant she was about AH not calling trans inmates “things.” It was kinda endearing. Read more

1/16/20
11:09 AM
2

You make an interesting point. But there is a possibility that we retake the senate as well, and could actually make legislative gains. And Warren (and Buttigieg too actually) have mentioned the possibility of packing the Supreme Court (Biden and Sanders are against it), which could also affect things. Read more

1/15/20
6:18 PM
2

You will like this series. It’s got that wholistic approach. The interviews with the high school friend (and the friend’s dad) are some of the most touching footage in the whole thing.

1/15/20
5:48 PM
6

You’re absolutely right about Warren (and every woman who decides to run for president—fuck Tulsi, though). I want to see blood, but she probably played it way smarter by letting the bros eat themselves. Cooler heads prevail and all that.

1/15/20
2:42 PM
2

I’m home today and watching it. I don’t follow football but I am finding the whole thing riveting, even the parts focused more on football than on Hernandez’s decline. It’s very thoughtful; not a cheesy true-crime documentary at all.

1/15/20
1:27 PM
4

I just played the videos in those tweets. I hope someone is paying him for all that rhetorical talent. He is formidable.
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1/15/20
12:30 PM
6

Trust and pragmatism. We vote for our survival. Biden is the strongest candidate against trump, currently. The Obama connection builds that trust, but so does his long history as a decent senator. Biden has accomplishments, and a real connection to black Americans. Also, DE is hella black. Read more

1/15/20
11:43 AM
3

Shitting on any candidate doesn’t make anyone else poll better. If anyone wants to support Warren, write about how great she is. That’s what primaries should be goddammit - talking about why each candidate would be great. (And if anyone can tell me ANY reason they think Biden would be great, I’m all ears.) Read more

1/15/20
11:40 AM
4

Isn’t he, though? I think half the reason why I ended up following so many #KHive people was to find my brother a husband. 

1/15/20
11:34 AM
5

I liked Harris. I loved Castro. I was ok with Booker. All my alternates have dropped out, and my opinion of the others standing has dropped too. I guess I’m neutral on Patrick, but his campaign is a joke anyway. Read more