There are a lot of people who can't let go of misinformation even after it's revealed that their previous information was incorrect. This is why it's so important that factual news be repeated more often than lies. A lie often repeated becomes the reality people live. A society cannot abide with untruths driving policy.
Phone-based scams are becoming increasingly sophisticated and hard for even experts to detect.
If you get a call from a financial institution, the best defense is to hang up and call them back, using a number you look up yourself online.
Meet the Yaybahar, a musical instrument with a decidedly otherworldly flair.
#Spoonerisms are named after a man who kept transposing syllables of words, and often their meanings. His classes in Oxford were often packed with students (even those not his own) hoping to catch him in what they endearingly called a Spoonerism.
Astronaut 1: "I can't find any milk for my coffee".
Astronaut 2: "In space, no-one can. Here, use cream".
This is me! Well, in my head anyway.
"As long as I am prepared, I always expect to win." - Jack Nicklaus
Hmm. Seems a good deal. Anyone take these courses? Are they good?
"Okay, here's the scenario. You are a crew member on a starship."
"Space travel is slow, you'll be stuck with your crewmates a long time."
"So we must get along."
"Yes. Communicate, listen, share limited resources."
"I can do that. What's the starship called?"
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
quite possibly the best meme ever
Sanders is not Trump. Only the former has populist rhetoric backed by tangible, if lofty, proposals.
Biden is not Trump. He is not as left as Sanders, but he is far from a Republican.
Pick one in the primary, and then vote him into office in November. #VoteBlueNoMatterWho2020
IT guy working in Finance, always up to learn something new. #sysadmin of a semiconductor company
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