An anthology of speculative stories based on these footprints might be interesting.
"Sometime between 10,000 and 15,000 years ago, a rather small person, probably a young teen or a short adult woman, walked quickly across the Pleistocene landscape. Mammoths and a giant ground sloth crossed the tracks in the travelers’ wake, trampling some of the footprints."
US pol, action guide
Sarah Kendzior & Andrea Chalupa were the first people I saw tearing down the "both sides" media framing, rejecting the "they can't be that bad" lazy thinking & calling out Trump & the GOP for what they are.
Unfortunately they keep being proven right, which is why even outlets like the FT are starting to feature them (paywall):
Here's their Patreon bonus ep on what's coming next:
And the Action Guide:
Covid, Disney song parody
"Wear a Mask (Be Our Guest)"
California politics, Uber
Wow, they're apparently spamming their drivers, too.
The word "trigger" refers to something which sets off memories of past trauma in individuals with PTSD and other similar psychological conditions, resulting in panic attacks or other physiological stress responses.
The word "trigger" does NOT mean something which makes someone a little bit angry.
How are there people who still aren't understanding this very basic concept??
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