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"As soon as you sort of break your bubble, the connections can be infinite." Americans still don't have a shared de… https://t.co/65HBsfW3KB"Journalists like to pretend that we know everything about a president in real time, but our information is never c… https://t.co/SZkBbKrUvxElvis Costello’s 1979 album, "Armed Forces," has been reissued at a moment when it feels more frighteningly vital a… https://t.co/sala18xkxN.@BTS_twt are the first artists to land a Korean song at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100—and they did it without the… https://t.co/BRtyDtbr1g"As unpalatable as it sometimes may seem," @jimgolby writes, "putting U.S. troops in harm’s way isn’t always about… https://t.co/NxPoE5F53dAnita Dunn is the only person in recent years to have been in the inner circle of two winning presidential candidat… https://t.co/nBpirh1DBo
12/1
2020
"As a census taker, I got a front-porch view of what happens when a 230-year-old national rite runs headlong into a… https://t.co/3bG7VtdrH1In her Dear Therapist column, @LoriGottlieb1 advises a reader whose best friend is struggling to find a job during… https://t.co/56FIYjsctVElvis Costello has just reissued "Armed Forces," in a sprawling boxset, and to me its paranoia and anger still spea… https://t.co/WhNz1UEJpy
Retweeted by The AtlanticEnjoyed this @rachgutman piece about Leaky Pods -- an allegory for America's response to the pandemic, itself https://t.co/5WGPZE9tBA
Retweeted by The AtlanticElvis Costello’s 1979 album, "Armed Forces," has been reissued at a moment when it feels more frighteningly vital a… https://t.co/vXoAD3RefNIn her Dear Therapist column, @LoriGottlieb1 advises a reader whose best friend is struggling to find a job during… https://t.co/R4RIRFAKXh"Journalists like to pretend that we know everything about a president in real time, but our information is never c… https://t.co/OjAKvmY0MqJoe Biden has named Jared Bernstein to his Council of Economic Advisers. Informally, Bernstein is Biden’s progress… https://t.co/RhCkBMIlNjSPONSORED: You don’t have to leave the city to see what makes the Seattle area so compelling. In fact, taking a dri… https://t.co/JvWlnGzG1M"As soon as you sort of break your bubble, the connections can be infinite." Americans still don't have a shared de… https://t.co/hS4ZREXxqHI wrote about what we talk about when we talk about pods: https://t.co/qb4ZWkAdy4
Retweeted by The AtlanticPennsylvania: Images of the Keystone State - the 47th in a year-long photo series, focusing on each of the 50 state… https://t.co/NzmgqztwUa
Retweeted by The AtlanticAnita Dunn is the only person in recent years to have been in the inner circle of two winning presidential candidat… https://t.co/7geF2J5gs1
Retweeted by The AtlanticTwo wonderful minds (@AdamHSays and @RevDrBarber) in conversation on some of the toughest questions of our time: https://t.co/XSvqSjwR51
Retweeted by The AtlanticCalling it a pod doesn't make it a pod! This by @rachgutman is so good https://t.co/lzsxqY5cTz
Retweeted by The Atlantic“As [Biden] will be the first to say, he’s the only Irishman who doesn’t carry a grudge,” Anita Dunn tells… https://t.co/Gynaso1P6J
Retweeted by The AtlanticAnita Dunn is the only person in recent years to have been in the inner circle of two winning presidential candidat… https://t.co/tRN4K294CEWhen @NKingofDC was diagnosed with vocal-cord paralysis he lost his voice—and gained a new ability to listen. Just… https://t.co/zlYldGm82d
Retweeted by The Atlantic"One of the great geniuses of the Constitution is that the establishment of justice precedes ensuring domestic tran… https://t.co/olyQKtlqQx
Retweeted by The AtlanticNEW from me - a look at Anita Dunn, the quiet but essential hand who guided Biden through ups and the downs of the… https://t.co/qiuxI5Aeut
Retweeted by The Atlantic"As unpalatable as it sometimes may seem," @jimgolby writes, "putting U.S. troops in harm’s way isn’t always about… https://t.co/7aKkm1whvpThose contesting the election "will likely face no real consequences for their actions—and if they do, those reperc… https://t.co/jUKOurmhvA“'As [Biden] will be the first to say, he’s the only Irishman who doesn’t carry a grudge,' Dunn told me. 'I’m not I… https://t.co/JRbBKcWZO3
Retweeted by The Atlantic“Just because we know bad things about the 45th president, don’t assume that there’s nothing bad left to find out…T… https://t.co/TQFSG6fgo1
Retweeted by The Atlantic"Some pods are enormous. Some are open to an untold number of people’s germs through contacts of contacts (of conta… https://t.co/6OMHWLyUQa
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11/30
2020
A new biography of James Beard vividly traces the lines between the cookbook author’s memories and his palate. But… https://t.co/VvWD1lLWXfBy one estimate, 28 percent of all microplastics in the ocean come from tires, writes @ltrethew. https://t.co/YgPugiUCxw"Abortion-rights advocates need not accept that all is lost. They simply need to look outside legislation and the c… https://t.co/KYyVG2ugn1"In 2008, amid an economic crisis and a national hunger for change, progressives allowed a Democratic victory to dr… https://t.co/LfCXkkuZUNClimate change is making flooding more rampant and deadly. Scientists are stepping up their forecasts to better ant… https://t.co/uHNKYNnREIAmerican museums have been resistant to change, but this summer’s nationwide protests and recent controversies with… https://t.co/cvtUY642KlA new biography of James Beard vividly traces the lines between the cookbook author’s memories and his palate. But… https://t.co/45ZaMORxMyIn "The Nest," one of the best films of 2020, wealth can rot the spirit as badly as any supernatural possession—a m… https://t.co/gT8flzJuHN"There can be no healing of the soul of America without healing the body," the Reverend William J. Barber II tells… https://t.co/2BCOiW8D3f"The way we portray struggling communities—and the people who inhabit them—matters," @cassiehchambers writes: https://t.co/Zo3t5jkE5XA new poem for Sunday by @kemiaalabi: 'Against Heaven': https://t.co/WhLhyzleXWPennsylvania: Images of the Keystone State - the 47th in a year-long photo series, focusing on each of the 50 state… https://t.co/ZPDgildpmM
Retweeted by The AtlanticClimate change is making flooding more rampant and deadly. Scientists are stepping up their forecasts to better ant… https://t.co/Yxavg4jHO7Love this perfect-for-a-Sunday conversation between @AdamHSays and @RevDrBarber https://t.co/cS0e2Y9eRW https://t.co/1zXCG7Ft6v
Retweeted by The AtlanticHow will we memorialize all those who we have lost during the pandemic? @ibogost commissioned three artists to begi… https://t.co/tGEwewx0nE
Retweeted by The Atlantic"Abortion-rights advocates need not accept that all is lost. They simply need to look outside legislation and the c… https://t.co/RdYpy9YAXd"In 2008, amid an economic crisis and a national hunger for change, progressives allowed a Democratic victory to dr… https://t.co/KKD6TDG4SJBy one estimate, 28 percent of all microplastics in the ocean come from tires, writes @ltrethew. https://t.co/SbRJvt8Xji"There can be no healing of the soul of America without healing the body," Reverend William J. Barber II tells… https://t.co/lvtTqLnBO1"The way we portray struggling communities—and the people who inhabit them—matters," @cassiehchambers writes: https://t.co/6hOoDZornM"The way we portray struggling communities—and the people who inhabit them—matters," @cassiehchambers writes: https://t.co/xLxbibwtWM
Retweeted by The AtlanticGDP is down 5.3 percent in Japan, 6 percent in Germany, 7.1 percent in Canada, ~10 percent in the U.K. and France .… https://t.co/KVOiflNLhE
Retweeted by The AtlanticA new biography of James Beard vividly traces the lines between the cookbook author’s memories and his palate. But… https://t.co/K0QRqHM5hbDemocracy depends on the consent of the losers. And we're witnessing something unprecedented: an American president… https://t.co/MvGYRfMjbj
Retweeted by The Atlantic“There can be no healing of the soul of America without healing the body.” My conversation with ⁦@RevDrBarber⁩ abo… https://t.co/NqKTr4b5Es
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11/29
2020
“MasterClass’s mission, as it was originally defined, was to ‘democratize access to genius,’” @Carina_Chocano write… https://t.co/HD2LKwNP2SNo form of entertainment has ever emerged so quickly or cleaved a generation from its elders so completely as TikTo… https://t.co/qmJHi2FD0HDoes your movie-marathon queue need more variety? Here are 30 films that flout convention, recommended by… https://t.co/v2ESyJ8YkoIn 2010, Peter Turchin predicted the unrest of 2020. For the next decade, he foretells havoc at best and civil war… https://t.co/Cob4pJTBToAmerican museums have been resistant to change, but this summer’s nationwide protests and recent controversies with… https://t.co/hBS7z54yaH
11/28
2020
Because Democratic voters are becoming more and more concentrated in America’s cities and suburbs, it may only get… https://t.co/MB5DkbbzkAIn "The Nest," one of the best films of 2020, wealth can rot the spirit as badly as any supernatural possession—a m… https://t.co/SRR72C1qMeCustom beer koozies. Member applications (with references). A weekly podcast. For "The Friendship Files"… https://t.co/7ykBbIOv5JPhotos of the Week: Turkey Pardon, Deer Hoof, Seattle Owl - 35 images from the past seven days, including rhythmic… https://t.co/9UvUnOnZZQ
Retweeted by The AtlanticAlready, 11 college football games have been called off this weekend because of the pandemic. More than 100 on the… https://t.co/cFnZn7lmMA
Retweeted by The Atlantic"A democracy at grave risk one day cannot be pronounced healthy the next. The precedents Trump has set, the doubts… https://t.co/zYkZUgqWnO
Retweeted by The AtlanticA foggy sunrise in Germany, a fiery protest in Guatemala, a strongman contest in Crimea, the ongoing pandemic world… https://t.co/yAqkI53LsX"Climate-related catastrophes will also worsen, unless we accept responsibility for them and change behavior on a g… https://t.co/kFJIjBwyWuIf it is approved, Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine will need to be stored at -94 degrees Fahrenheit. The nation's dry ice… https://t.co/E2zAfHH5sithis holiday weekend watch THE NEST if you haven't already, one of the best movies of the year https://t.co/qFwkke7lZq
Retweeted by The Atlantic"America owes its macroeconomic good fortune to Washington muscling through a giant and successful stimulus in the… https://t.co/41RU6o5EvT"Trump’s attack on the election wasn’t and isn’t a sideshow. As far as American democracy is concerned, this is the… https://t.co/e2EJ2uOHNjWow, just watched the Miami episode of Parts Unknown and realized that (I'm guessing) Anthony Bourdain or (possibly… https://t.co/GSM2TioDtF
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11/27
2020
"The Democrats’ dominance in large metros seems like cause for optimism, especially in a rapidly suburbanizing coun… https://t.co/1dc5eNhPj6Cases of COVID-19 are rising, hospitalizations are at record levels, and for the first time since May daily deaths… https://t.co/mwHbyOSlgcWhat makes Harrison Ford such a great cinematic sprinter, and why does Tom Cruise always pump his arms like that? J… https://t.co/7f1LZ101xfIf you insist on having a Thanksgiving gathering this year, here's how to reduce the risk, writes @jameshamblin: https://t.co/FDYJXmNNPhEat your Thanksgiving meal at 4 p.m., advises @jpinsk. All other start times are incorrect. https://t.co/klrewYR8rxLocal news anchor Anne McCloy thought she'd be able to help only a few hundred unemployed New Yorkers get responses… https://t.co/qitEj0TEuGDon't be fooled this week: Delays in data reporting over long holiday weekends often create a brief illusion that C… https://t.co/2zufywobCT"College football is in the midst of a coronavirus crisis, and the sport’s prevailing attitude seems to be the shru… https://t.co/eSYnVDDrLB"I have learned, conversely to Darwin, that not talking is surprisingly pleasant and perhaps even beneficial to cou… https://t.co/W3kP1YTy7CThe debate over the Washington Football Team’s name, like many sports controversies, is fundamentally about identit… https://t.co/Dlh3fNKN4yState and local governments’ strained efforts to balance business and safety are leaving people with no idea about… https://t.co/vPUvfn9q2QBooks about a poet, a modern-day Cain and Abel, interracial families, and more illuminate the hidden complexity of… https://t.co/ej4mdrhNlcThe Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps was one of the first queer marching bands in the U.S. This year, @rachgutman writ… https://t.co/3T86BPd1oDThe Weekly Planet: How an online-payments company could fund more carbon removal than anyone else. https://t.co/kGpVgGnz5vCooks and non-cooks alike from around our newsroom share their best tips for navigating this strange Thanksgiving.… https://t.co/91yAWUfDJDCooks and non-cooks alike from around our newsroom share their best tips for navigating this strange Thanksgiving.… https://t.co/rGheETNKlP"In a criminal-justice system characterized by its inhumanity, the pardon power is capable of only one thing, somet… https://t.co/67AF6dUm1B"The world is a mess. Cooking for Thanksgiving this year—even if it is for fewer people—is something you can at lea… https://t.co/cseqamxSRT"Cynical public speech aimed at winning political power had consequences in 1860, and it surely will have consequen… https://t.co/lFAqvODGkZ"When asked by the FBI about the conversation, [Michael] Flynn acted like a man aware of a terrible secret that mus… https://t.co/odCaXCpNxa
11/26
2020
Mental health is extremely important to attend to during the pandemic, and there are safe ways to see professionals… https://t.co/vcCeYh0qyf"Books were Amazon’s initial enterprise; they were the seemingly innocuous starting point for its plan to secure th… https://t.co/a1JvhIdr1X"In a criminal-justice system characterized by its inhumanity, the pardon power is capable of only one thing, somet… https://t.co/khHvMhL9oz"What Trump has done once again is corrupt something that ought to be beyond corruption: the mercy that the most po… https://t.co/Is3jy50e71
Retweeted by The AtlanticSPONSORED: U.S. Consumers haven't stopped spending during the coronavirus pandemic, they're just spending different… https://t.co/iAJfAqoXVTEvery Tuesday morning, @yayitsrob brings you the big ideas, expert analysis, and vital guidance that will help you… https://t.co/VS7rBdhFlN
11/25
2020

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