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@RealTimeWWII, a Twitter accounted created by Oxford history graduate Alwyn Collinson, narrates World War II on Twitter in real time; all the tweets are manually written, with no script used.
Learned yesterday that there's a term for phrases like "It is what it is," "It's in God's hands," "YOLO," etc--things meant to short-circuit cognitive dissonance & end discussion. They're called "Thought-Terminating Cliches" and I haven't stopped thinking about that phrase since.
For over 10 days now, around half the residents of Jackson, Mississippi have not had running water. And nobody is talking about it on a national scale. I am begging the national media to please pay attention. There is a crisis happening in Jackson.
Not just Texas. Recent extreme weather has left a nasty mark all over the South. https://t.co/xjN4VF5ljs
Given uncertain timing & weather-related public safety risks, we ask #Houston-area electric customers to be prepared to be without power for the duration of the generation shortage event which could last several more days & to take precautions for their personal safety. 3/4