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spanfeller-i-hardly-know-her
spanfeller-i-hardly-know-her
Jul 8
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That’s the frustrating part - it’s already done. Using it now gives cover for them to normalize it, and the rest of us have to change our behavior instead of those white supremacist fuckheads.

Jul 8
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I’m not alright with it, I’m actually really fucking mad since I used it all the time. Trying to eliminate it from my vocabulary of gestures has been infuriating, especially since I often used it to communicate in time-sensitive and loud work environments. Having to second guess myself, give a thumbs-up, and hope it Read more

Jul 8
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Bars/clubs (specifically for drinking, not including those that also provide food service) were open for like a week, then closed back down in response to trends in other states that opened bars/clubs earlier. They’re really cutting hairs on the risk differences between dine-in establishments and bars/clubs - still Read more

Jul 8
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I would point out that Polis’ preemptive bar reclosure last week was a really positive indicator that his office is continuing to treat this issue with the seriousness necessary. Seeing similar lack of adherence to the rules as in other states, closing the bars before the poor behavior of patrons (or inability of Read more

Jul 8
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For me, one of the true horrors of this entire tragedy is seeing what I would consider “smart,” “rational” people entirely ignore evidence out of laziness. Like, they don’t even engage with the information. I’m sure many of this would read that analysis and say “yeah, that makes a lot of sense.” ...and then continue Read more

Jul 8
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Way too late to edit, but this afternoon Tri-County voted 5-4 to make masks mandatory in all public spaces and business, although municipalities can opt-out (or some chose to just implement their own mandate earlier). As others have said, it frustratingly will still fall on businesses to enforce this on their Read more

Jul 6
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I’m under Tri-county health jurisdiction (same as Aurora) and there’s no mask requirements for the public or customers. Staff needs to wear masks (and contact tracing was required for the first several weeks of reopening but has since been downgraded to “recommended” although I sure as shit won’t tell you that at the Read more

Jul 6
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I hate that fox. Every day I go looking for his sketchy boat, and it’s always Kicks Leif or Savannah, which is like who even cares. At least Gulliver makes me laugh. He’s come to my island 3 times in as many months, and once brought all fakes like a jerk. I just don’t want my art wing to be an empty room anymore lol.

Jul 6
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The fact that this wasn’t broadly mandated by late April-early May is still bonkers to me. My governor (Polis) has been extremely vocal about the need for people to wear masks for months, including multiple facebook posts daily with that messaging. And yet he still says the onus of refusing business to the maskless lie Read more

Jul 4
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I think if they stayed within sightline of the shore (from the player’s perspective) it wouldn’t be too bad. If they could swim anywhere it would be a nightmare lol.

Jun 28
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Please continue to go forth and dispense justice, your work is truly invaluable right now. Hadn’t even occurred to me that that’s obviously a crime.

Jun 28
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I think you hit the nail on the head. The disruption of data was figuratively enough rope for the campaign to hang themselves, and literally to look like stupid idiots in front of the whole country for the millionth time. Maybe on a slightly higher visibility level than usual.

Jun 28
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I agree in that I think what we’ve seen of this particular arm of political activism could certainly be international (which presents some interesting quandaries esp. relating to russian state interference in 2016-onwards, but i digress). Read more