Heart me. 💚
By the way, this is a picture of Earth taken from the moon by @nasa’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter in 2015. It’s called “Earthrise” even though the Earth doesn’t technically rise because the moon is “tidally locked” toward the Earth but anyway it’s still a wonderful picture of a wonderful planet that we should be saving.
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Tweens are cloudy.
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Sadie Pig is very excited that Willa got her a pig’s ear as an Easter/Passover gift. The rest of us are a bit concerned that on some conceptual level this is tantamount to cannibalism.
3 19521 April, 2019
Sadie Pig steals stuffed animals from Willa. But she doesn’t destroy them. She licks them and cuddles them and then puts them in a pile. And then this. ❤️
3 15420 April, 2019
No matter what Congress does, we all have a chance to act on the #MuellerReport findings in 2020.
Here are just two key quotes what appears overall to be a very damning report which raises more questions than it answers:
Vol. II, Page 182: “If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state.”
Vol. I, Page 9: “[T]he investigation identified numerous links between individuals with ties to the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign”
Enjoy this supercut of my face that the gratuitous folks at @uponmsnbc@msnbc made. 🙄🤪🤨😬 It‘s also my audition tape for the role of “Fed Up American” 😤
29 34915 April, 2019
This is me defending Rep @ilhanmn for simply and factually distinguishing a handful of terrorists from the overwhelming majority of peace-loving, patriotic Muslim Americans — a distinction that Trump and the right have deliberately, dishonestly and dangerously tried to obliterate to stoke fear, resentment and hate among voters. As a side note, I look like a pterodactyl.
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Literally the only good thing about getting up at 7:30am on a Saturday for kid’s soccer game. Brooklyn, you purdy.
16 57613 April, 2019
Never doubt the power of the people. So overwhelmingly inspired by the bravery of the people of Sudan, shown here celebrating the ouster of Omar al-Bashir after his unimaginably brutal 30-year reign. The hundreds of thousands who protested in the streets for the past few months risked their lives. In particular, women were the driving force of the protest movement — boldly defying the nation’s horrific laws that explicitly control and oppress women. Of course, the fight for freedom and liberty in Sudan is nowhere near over and the outcome of the coup, especially the military’s role going forward, remains ominous. But this is a moment to celebrate and remember that people, together, standing up and singing and shouting and marching to demand justice — that’s the most powerful force in the world.