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Applied anthropologist, social worker, procrastibaker.

Joined February 2009
Thank goodness Senator Warnock won. But really, thank activists in Georgia, especially the black women leading the fight.
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Holy shit y’all. The @CDCgov is recommending masking again. Personally, I never stopped. cnbc.com/amp/2022/12/05/cdc-…
We should be talking about how high quality masks help prevent brain damage and heart disease.
If you’re not currently masking, this would be a great time to start. With high quality masks - KN94 or better yet N95. If you’ve not had Covid, you should be trying to avoid it. If you’ve had Covid even once, you should REALLY be trying to avoid it. 1/?
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I am deeply confused by Massachusetts going gaga over the royals. You remember we broke up with them, right?
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A reminder: -You can catch COVID multiple times -Reinfections are common, not rare -Breakthrough infections are common -It can kill you months after -It causes brain damage -It causes blood clots & heart attacks -It doesn't spare children -Vaccines help, but only some -Masks work
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Cardiologist Rae Duncan's compelling 12 minute summary of why we must not give up on reducing COVID transmission (extracted from a long discussion, see my next tweet). Her conclusion: "I hope to God I'm wrong" invidious.fdn.fr/XKE1QcM7WUI
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🚨URGENT COMMISSIONS OPENED🚨 Please share this I desperately need help with finances for emergency dental work that ended up being more than I can afford and I only have 1 week to come up with 661 to cover it The price is depending on time, materials and size dm if interested
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I'm going to miss Disability Twitter most of all if/when this platform bites the dust. Twitter has always been a bit of a mess, but it's also been a way for marginalized people to have a voice and community.
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This far into the pandemic there is no excuse for denying masks reduce the transmission of COVID-19. I’m making this thread to be a quick reference of the evidence so you can refer people here if you find yourself faced with the claim “masks don’t work.”
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🎯🔥WATCH: “These (racist, anti-Semitic, etc.) stereotypes aren’t meant to benefit us. They’re meant to pit one group against another in support of white supremacy.”
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We won. Question 1 passes. The Fair Share Amendment is in the Massachusetts constitution.
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People who say “go big or go home” seriously underestimate my willingness to go home. Like, it’s literally my only goal.
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A main reason I'm not gone from Twitter yet is because of the disability communities here. Now the entire Twitter Accessibility Engineering team has been fired. 😡
I am officially no longer the Engineering Manager for the Accessibility Experience Team at Twitter. I have words. 🧵
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Why do some people say “aks” instead of “ask”? It’s not “just their accent” and it sure as hell isn’t a mispronunciation. There’s a linguistic reason and a cultural reason. Let’s quickly look at both:
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Woot! We did it!
Somerville & Medford, we made our voices heard & the @MBTA listened on the Better Bus! We submitted testimony, showed up at public meetings, signed petitions, talked to MBTA officials. After 20,000 comments, the revised bus map can be viewed here: mbta.com/projects/bus-networ… 🧵 1/2
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Can confirm, sound advice.
Everyone here talks about procrastination and burnout. But no one tells you how to actually do it. Here's the 9-step process I used to waste 80% of my day, all while feeling anxious, unfocused, and frustrated (and how you can too): 🧵/1
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I just had an email from Netflix saying “ Unrest” film by @jenbrea will be removed 3rd Nov so anyone with #mecfs or #longcovid who hasn’t seen it it’s highly recommended to watch for you and your families
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The many stages of #Covid You: I had Covid, now I feel like death. Something is very wrong. I tried to ignore it but now I can’t work, eat, breathe, sit, stand, walk, speak or think. Technically, I’m alive but you can’t call this living. I need medical care.
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In its most lethal year, 1996, AIDS took about 1,100 lives in the United States each week. Last week, COVID took at least 4,100 lives….and this is considered so unremarkable by news media, institutions and politicians that this pandemic is over?
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