Favorite Rejects 2022-05-21
Relatedly: This analysis strikes me as a bit lacking in psychological depth and understanding of the history of anti-semitism, a phenomenon that predates the internet by a considerable amount.
Ben Collins @oneunderscore__The Buffalo shooter had a toothache. He blamed Jews because his online community told him they were the root of all evil. He shot up a supermarket for revenge, but also because he wanted healthcare in prison. Disinformation is real. So are the problems that make it seductive.
The view that increased police presence and increased economic opportunity would both help reduce crime seems correct to me but not really that “nuanced.” washingtonpost.com/nation/2022/05…
Hahaha, Menlo Park is trying to fudge its way out of housing targets by arguing that someone is going to buy Sand Hill lots at $2,000/sqft for land and turn it into affordable housing. https://t.co/nZW3jhv3H3
housing law gadfly @TribTowerViewsAnya Lawler of @Western_Center insisted in Jan. 2020 that housing production was best addressed through housing element process rather than SB50 But cities keep pushing BS sites like VC headquarters and uninterested churches in housing elements https://t.co/SdkwibRnmV https://t.co/VswIfXfUAs
The thing about “don’t panic” as advice is that by definition it is never appropriate to panic no matter what the situation — what we need are efforts to make an assessment of risks. nbcnews.com/think/opinion/…