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  • Thu, 14:25: RT @kitschmusik: I wonder if there was some kind of event in the 1980s and 1990s that caused a large number of american lgbt people from ge…
  • Thu, 14:27: RT @nuttyxander: Shorter Treasury led transport policy: Trains are empty because we told people to work from home. So we should cut their…
  • Thu, 15:43: RT @achwieso: I love neighborhood free libraries but one solely dedicated to puzzles? BRILLIANT. Well done LA. Don’t know her like that…
  • Thu, 17:13: RT @stillt1to: Yo who let their dad on tiktok???? https://t.co/JWjajnSJjj
  • Thu, 17:14: RT @kottke: Mara Gay, who has suffered long-Covid symptoms since Apr 2020, says she and others are feeling "significantly better" after the…
  • Thu, 17:15: RT @JohnDiesattheEn: Eight months from now: "Oh, look, a mummy! Ha. What am I? Guess. No, guess. Those are beans. UNOPENED beans! Ha! No, n…
  • Thu, 17:16: RT @AlephFarms: Today, we’re excited to share our proof-of-concept of the world’s first cultivated ribeye steak. Made possible by our incre…
  • Thu, 17:17: RT @felixsalmon: Genuine question: Was there *literally anything* on Quibi as well constructed as this kid’s zero-budget TikTok https://t.c…
  • Thu, 18:56: RT @griffinkate: Welsh Twitter: Urrghh, I'm so sick of ignorant learners thinking "popty ping" is a valid term! English Twitter: im tea…
  • Thu, 18:57: RT @catshouldnt: https://t.co/wn0STyUmYv
  • Fri, 09:11: RT @rahaeli: have they ever read the book. like. even once. I AM A HEATHEN AND I KNOW WHY THIS IS FUCKED UP, PEOPLE, YOU HAVE NO EXCUSE htt…
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