Waffle House Closes 365 Locations

Posted in Library of Congress, Weekly Notes by chamblee54 on March 30, 2020

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@StephenMolldrem If you are an expert on anything – and especially if you are speaking on anything related to COVID-19 – avoid what Gonsalves (infectious disease epidemiologist and AIDS activist) calls “epistemic trespassing”: basically speaking outside of your expertise. ~ @tao_lin What do you all think causes autism? @chamblee54 saying you all instead of y’all ~ “’Course I’m respectable. I’m old. Politicians, ugly buildings, and whores all get respectable if they last long enough.” ~ @chamblee54 @AryehCW @jessesingal revolutionary new ways to address trauma or to address education gaps or racism You only said “racism” one time in this show. That is not sufficient. ~ Wow mouth-breathing people huh something about racism just it just kills people with racism like there’s a gene and it targets that gene and people are racist they just drop like flies there are a lot of older people dying so it might be working it’s definitely killed a few racists in this last few weeks imagine if that’s like something people focus on here’s one silver lining mauriz held grand Wizards are gone we went into the Facebook pages of all the people who died and 64% were racist that’d be awesome that would be a nice silver lining yeah ~ @The_GrammarGeek My favorite is “rhyme,” which used to be “rime,” until some wise guys thought it should look more like “rhythm,” which was from Latin “rhythmus.” ~ I feel like we’re not being really honest with the people that the data and and we’ve looked at this very carefully really is about just breathing air and that’s a hard thing to stop so keep doing the hand-washing but don’t think that that’s going to stop this disease which you asked about the mask to stop other stuff yes yeah asks there’s two kinds right basically the surgical mask which just fits over and the reason it’s called a surgical mask is because it’s loose-fitting just fits you know kind of ties behind you because weren’t worn by surgeons so that they don’t cough or drip into your wound and it was never made to protect you from bugs coming in so those little spaces on the sides that’s not a problem if I’m breathing into the cloth right in front of my nose but in terms of the air coming in on the side they’re not they’re not effective at all so people ~ “I was always terrified of death panels but I didn’t realize they would come from my fellow Trumpists” ~ @realDonaldTrump “President Trump is a ratings hit. Since reviving the daily White House briefing Mr. Trump and his coronavirus updates have attracted an average audience of 8.5 million on cable news, roughly the viewership of the season finale of ‘The Bachelor.’ Numbers are continuing to rise … On Monday, nearly 12.2 million people watched Mr. Trump’s briefing on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, according to Nielsen — ‘Monday Night Football’ numbers. Millions more are watching on ABC, CBS, NBC and online streaming sites, and the audience is expanding. On Monday, Fox News … alone attracted 6.2 million viewers for the president’s briefing — an astounding number for a 6 p.m. cable broadcast, more akin to the viewership for a popular prime-time sitcom … The CBS News poll said 13 percent of Republicans trusted the news media for information about the virus.” ~ pictures today are from The Library of Congress. ~ selah

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