I gave up 1/2 way thru the article and skipped to the comment section.
Our schools were in bad shape to begin with, and the pandemic didn’t make them any better.
I have been called all sorts of names and told to quit or find another profession because I know it’s not safe to be in a building with 1600 kids and 150 staff because we can’t meet the guidelines.
It’s been hard on all of us, but… Read more
I was literally asking if that was what you thought needed to happen. You need a Snickers?
Time to download 17 years of my life from Google Takeout, and start looking at more reliable alternatives.
That’s kind of the divide. For us, its preaching to the choir. Unfortunately the same message will never be heard by the people who need to hear it.
I’ll add the organizers from Arizona to that list as well. That was not a definite either, and their efforts really paid off. I’d want Stacey’s insights on the entire Southeast to see where it’s possible to make some red states purple, the Arizona organizers insights on the entire Southwest, including Texas. Read more
Uuuh, sure, let’s pretend Kotaku is doing that out of camaraderie and not because they don’t have any actual investigative journalists on staff anymore because their parent company became radioactive to all their actual talent lmao.
If they didn’t leech out of Jason’s reporting every once in a while all the news you… Read more
It reminds me of when I was a cop in the Air Force, charged with security of the base. We used to say, “Don’t confuse your rank with my authority.” Not to the faces of officers, of course. But, basically, you can be four star general and if you aren’t following the rules, I can do what I need to do. Read more