Economics: Humans only value things monetarily.
Sociology: Uh, I don't ...
Economics: Humans are always rational and value is calculated by a complex inner calculus.
Sociology: Uh, Psy, can you help?
Psychology: That's not how humans ...
Physics: *drops teacup*


You just pin your last tweet, Pete,
Request your archive, Clive,
You don’t need a blue tick, Vic,
Just get yourself free.

Hop on the tusk, Gus,
You don’t need to delete much,
Except your DMs, Jen,
And get yourself free.

Use Debirdify, Di,
Provide some alt tags, Mags,
Add a content warning, Tim,
To post sensitively.

Remember to boost, Ruth
You don't need to deny truth,
Just drop off the perch, Dirk,
And get yourself free.
#VerseThurday #TwitterMigration #FediTips

@drvolts I never appreciated them until a band I was in played a couple of their tunes. One thing that held me back was the guitar tones, which are pretty 80s—with a fatter guitar sound, New Sensation is a killer rock song.

I cannot emphasize this enough, if you've ever used Twitter credentials to log into anything else you need to figure out how to get out from under that as soon as you can.

@davidfisman I’ve been thinking about this too—as tempting as it is to be knee-jerk anti-capitalist right now, things like infant mortality, life-expectancy, technological progress are evidence that capitalism can work reasonably well for a lot of people when it’s a fair deal. But over the past 40 years it has clearly ceased being anything close to a fair deal.

But, of course, there were always people being stepped on, and then there’s the whole decimation of the climate thing…

Curious to see how this particular cage match plays out. I don’t think the result is knowable.


My guess is that a lack of public health could kill capitalism.


It was coming when the climate crisis really started to hit, but it got here early with the pandemic: we were going to face new and significant challenges, and we were going to do it from somewhere along the “we’re in this together” to “fuck you, I got mine” spectrum. I was pessimistic, but not nearly pessimistic enough.

When I was a kid, on Saturday nights I’d sit as far in the corner and be as quiet as possible in hopes that my parents would forget I was there and I’d get to stay up to watch more of the hockey game. This is every third-party Twitter app developer right now.

Five current outbreaks at KGH—maybe it’s time for some community mitigation measures?

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