Please pardon my language, but...
Good riddance, motherfucker, and make sure to let the door hit your ass on the way out.
(This is the guy who ran against a triple amputee Vietnam vet, Max Cleland, mainly on the grounds that Cleland was "un-American".)
Nope, total failure. Now the parking lot is closed off, I can't find where to park, and it doesn't look like the drive-thru is open either. Just a line of people out the door, no idea where *they* parked.
Test marketing gets an A for popularity, D for logistics.
Well... I hope they don't run out by the time I get there for lunch tomorrow, because I'll be there. OM NOM NOM
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Psychedelics are back in research after decades of political paranoia because of promising applications in medicine and elsewhere. (My migraines can vouch.)
Here's a panel presentation from @WorldSciFest@twitter.com about psychedelics given yesterday.
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1. Like, "duh?"
2. No, this was neither disclosed to users, nor was it possible to opt out.
3. Y'all trust FB while calling out Google, which says up front what it does with data, as a "privacy nightmare" (especially oblivious iPhone Siri users)? 🤦♂️
everyone knows mitch never brings motions to the floor https://twitter.com/cnnbrk/status/1158113917807321092
Related thread with important (and correct) counterpoint.
This is something I find silly. Googlers who are complaining about treatment for expressing political opinions at work, your first mistake was EXPRESSING POLITICAL OPINIONS AT WORK.
Free speech is in the public forum, not in the workplace.
I know not everyone likes The Atlantic, but they are first publishers of this.
Reagan to Nixon: "...those monkeys from those African countries..."
Yeah, I already spit on Reagan's memory for his treatment of AIDS. This just adds to his bullshit legacy.
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