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reminder: elierlick:Your annual reminder to not donate to Salvation Army!
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reminder: Reminder: we鈥檙e all blooming at our own speed. Bask in that.
reminder: Reminder: we鈥檙e all blooming at our own speed. Bask in that.

Reminder: we鈥檙e all blooming at our own speed. Bask in that.

reminder: elierlick: Your annual reminder to not donate to Salvation Army!
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Your annual reminder to not donate to Salvation Army!

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reminder: jesssssSS my2k reminder: this woman leaked proof that Russians hacked into voting machine software, and they put her in jail The Vancouver Sun@VancouverSun Why do millennials keep leaking government secrets? ebx.sh/2ragGeK simonalkenmayer: memor-somnis: weavemama: fuggles: weavemama: she should have been rewarded. Y'all got sources? yeah so more information about this woman who leaked important information pertaining russia鈥檚 involvement in the election:聽 Her name is 鈥淩eality Leigh Winner鈥 and she was a NSA Contractor. She passed a top secret NSA document to a news source (an article from The Intercept) that contains information about a Russian cyber-attack with one voting machine DAYS before the 2016 presidential election. This is considered the most detailed piece of proof regarding Russia鈥檚 interference with the elections to date.聽 Here鈥檚 how the NSA document described how the Russians did the hacking:聽 鈥淎s described by the classified NSA report, the Russian plan was simple: pose as an e-voting vendor and trick local government employees into opening Microsoft Word documents invisibly tainted with potent malware that could give hackers full control over the infected computers. But in order to dupe the local officials, the hackers needed access to an election software vendor鈥檚 internal systems to put together a convincing disguise. So on August 24, 2016, the Russian hackers sent spoofed emails purporting to be from Google to employees of an unnamed U.S. election software company, according to the NSA report. Although the document does not directly identify the company in question, it contains references to a product made by VR Systems, a Florida-based vendor of electronic voting services and equipment whose products are used in eight states. The spear-phishing email contained a link directing the employees to a malicious, faux-Google website that would request their login credentials and then hand them over to the hackers. The NSA identified seven 鈥減otential victims鈥 at the company. While malicious emails targeting three of the potential victims were rejected by an email server, at least one of the employee accounts was likely compromised, the agency concluded. The NSA notes in its report that it is 鈥渦nknown whether the aforementioned spear-phishing deployment successfully compromised all the intended victims, and what potential data from the victim could have been exfiltrated.鈥 So instead of having Trump and his entire party removed, they gon throw home girl in jail and try to act like none of this happened. Her name, Reality Winner, is ironic in this context.
reminder: jesssssSS
 my2k
 reminder: this woman leaked proof that
 Russians hacked into voting machine
 software, and they put her in jail
 The Vancouver Sun@VancouverSun
 Why do millennials keep leaking government
 secrets? ebx.sh/2ragGeK
simonalkenmayer:

memor-somnis:

weavemama:


fuggles:

weavemama:

she should have been rewarded.

Y'all got sources?

yeah so more information about this woman who leaked important information pertaining russia鈥檚 involvement in the election:聽
Her name is 鈥淩eality Leigh Winner鈥 and she was a NSA Contractor. She passed a top secret NSA document to a news source (an article from The Intercept) that contains information about a Russian cyber-attack with one voting machine DAYS before the 2016 presidential election. This is considered the most detailed piece of proof regarding Russia鈥檚 interference with the elections to date.聽
Here鈥檚 how the NSA document described how the Russians did the hacking:聽
鈥淎s described by the classified NSA report, the Russian plan was simple: pose as an e-voting vendor and trick local government employees into opening Microsoft Word documents invisibly tainted with potent malware that could give hackers full control over the infected computers.
But in order to dupe the local officials, the hackers needed access to an election software vendor鈥檚 internal systems to put together a convincing disguise. So on August 24, 2016, the Russian hackers sent spoofed emails purporting to be from Google to employees of an unnamed U.S. election software company, according to the NSA report. Although the document does not directly identify the company in question, it contains references to a product made by VR Systems, a Florida-based vendor of electronic voting services and equipment whose products are used in eight states.
The spear-phishing email contained a link directing the employees to a malicious, faux-Google website that would request their login credentials and then hand them over to the hackers. The NSA identified seven 鈥減otential victims鈥 at the company. While malicious emails targeting three of the potential victims were rejected by an email server, at least one of the employee accounts was likely compromised, the agency concluded. The NSA notes in its report that it is 鈥渦nknown whether the aforementioned spear-phishing deployment successfully compromised all the intended victims, and what potential data from the victim could have been exfiltrated.鈥


So instead of having Trump and his entire party removed, they gon throw home girl in jail and try to act like none of this happened.


Her name, Reality Winner, is ironic in this context.

simonalkenmayer: memor-somnis: weavemama: fuggles: weavemama: she should have been rewarded. Y'all got sources? yeah so more info...

reminder: Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRRomeo I just had such an affirming experience. On my 8hr intl flight back from a conference, I sat next to a father/son. In broken English, the father began to apologize/ warn me that his ~10 yr-old son had severe nonverbal autism, and that this would like be a difficult journey. 1/ 2:59 p.m. 28 Aug. 19 Twitter Web App 41.3K Retweets 178K Likes Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h Replying to @Rachel RRomeo I told him not to worry, I was a speech-language pathologist with lots of experience with minimally verbal kiddos. Challenging behaviors began even before take off: screaming, hitting me, and grabbing for my things. The father repeatedly apologized, but did little else 2/ t 813 19.2K 55 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR...18h I asked him how his son preferred to communicate. He didn't seem to understand. Perhaps this was a language barrier, but I think instead the child had very little experience with communication therapy. I put away the talk I was working on & asked if I could try. He nodded. 3/ 11 L 705 18.1K Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h I tried to see if he was stimulable for a communication board. I started by pulling up some standard images for basic nouns on my computer but I could tell that screens really bothered him. So I summoned my god-awful drawing skills and tried to create a (very!) low-tech board. 4/ 1680 13 18.3K Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h And by god, it clicked. I made symbols for the things he was favorite stuffed penguin, and for his dad. He took to it very quickly. I introduced way more symbols that I normally would, but hey, how often do we get an 8-hour session?! 5/ grabbing, for his Li 768 20 22.6K Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h By the end of the flight, he had made several requests, initiated several times, & his behaviors had reduced quite a bit. The father was astounded clearly no one had ever tried an AAC approach with him. I gave him the paper & showed him how to use it, and he nearly cried. 6/ 1992 105 28.5K Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h This was the human desire for communication, pure and simple. To connect with another person and share a thought. Communication is a basic human right, and I was overjoyed to help someone find it. What a privilege and a gift. 7/ t 2,713 48.5K 172 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h As I face the upcoming job cycle and the nearly endless imposter syndrome of academia, this was precisely the reminder I needed about why l love studying language/communication development. It was a good day to be an #SLP ! 8/8 2,387 2,987 94K
reminder: Rachel R. Romeo
 @RachelRRomeo
 I just had such an affirming
 experience. On my 8hr intl flight
 back from a conference, I sat next
 to a father/son. In broken English,
 the father began to apologize/
 warn me that his ~10 yr-old son
 had severe nonverbal autism, and
 that this would like be a difficult
 journey. 1/
 2:59 p.m. 28 Aug. 19 Twitter Web App
 41.3K Retweets 178K Likes
 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h
 Replying to @Rachel RRomeo
 I told him not to worry, I was a
 speech-language pathologist with lots of
 experience with minimally verbal kiddos.
 Challenging behaviors began even
 before take off: screaming, hitting me,
 and grabbing for my things. The father
 repeatedly apologized, but did little else
 2/
 t 813
 19.2K
 55

 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR...18h
 I asked him how his son preferred to
 communicate. He didn't seem to
 understand. Perhaps this was a
 language barrier, but I think instead the
 child had very little experience with
 communication therapy. I put away the
 talk I was working on & asked if I could
 try. He nodded. 3/
 11
 L 705
 18.1K
 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h
 I tried to see if he was stimulable for a
 communication board. I started by
 pulling up some standard images for
 basic nouns on my computer but I could
 tell that screens really bothered him. So I
 summoned my god-awful drawing skills
 and tried to create a (very!) low-tech
 board. 4/
 1680
 13
 18.3K
 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h
 And by god, it clicked. I made symbols
 for the things he was
 favorite stuffed penguin, and for his dad.
 He took to it very quickly. I introduced
 way more symbols that I normally would,
 but hey, how often do we get an 8-hour
 session?! 5/
 grabbing, for his
 Li 768
 20
 22.6K

 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h
 By the end of the flight, he had made
 several requests, initiated several times,
 & his behaviors had reduced quite a bit.
 The father was astounded clearly no
 one had ever tried an AAC approach with
 him. I gave him the paper & showed him
 how to use it, and he nearly cried. 6/
 1992
 105
 28.5K
 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h
 This was the human desire for
 communication, pure and simple. To
 connect with another person and share a
 thought. Communication is a basic
 human right, and I was overjoyed to help
 someone find it. What a privilege and a
 gift. 7/
 t 2,713 48.5K
 172
 Rachel R. Romeo @RachelRR... 18h
 As I face the upcoming job cycle and the
 nearly endless imposter syndrome of
 academia, this was precisely the
 reminder I needed about why l love
 studying language/communication
 development. It was a good day to be an
 #SLP ! 8/8
 2,387 2,987
 94K
reminder: Just a reminder that this was the Christmas tree my dad picked out in 2016鈥
reminder: Just a reminder that this was the Christmas tree my dad picked out in 2016鈥

Just a reminder that this was the Christmas tree my dad picked out in 2016鈥

reminder: Dr. Jens Foell Following @fMRI guy Replying to @Trancewith Me As we say in Germany, if there's a Nazi at the table and 10 other people sitting there talking to him, you got a table with 11 Nazis. 7:18 PM-13 Feb 2018 2,004 Retweets 5,180 Likes sleepyowlet: silverscreenx: sleepyowlet: antifaintl: Reminder. To all the absolute walnuts in the notes: No, sitting down to talk with a Nazi if you don鈥檛 know they鈥檙e a Nazi doesn鈥檛 make you a Nazi. Neither is trying to talk one out of their mindset. I鈥檓 not sure if you鈥檙e genuinely confused about this or just sea-lioning, but on the off-chance you鈥檙e sincere: The quote is about people being complacent and accepting of Nazis in social settings, much in the same way that rapists feel validated by rape jokes. It鈥檚 about denying Nazis social validation and acceptance, which is a good and necessary thing. It鈥檚 about putting up a stink at family gatherings by refusing to share a meal with uncle Harry after he makes a joke about聽鈥渟ome people鈥 needing to be gassed. It鈥檚 about standing up to members of your social group spouting antisemitic or racist shit. It鈥檚 about challenging them. And yes, trying to talk them out of it is a valid way to do that. But if you can鈥檛, cut ties. It means that if you are complacent, you are part of the problem. So we鈥檙e supposed to give them a victim mentality that will sooner or later evolve into a revenge fantasy and culminate in actual revenge and criminal behavior? You really don鈥檛 understand that all this 鈥減unch Nazis鈥 jargon does is making evil grow in hiding, until it鈥檚 strong enough to fight back? And it鈥檚 not even a saying here. The good Doctor just made up some ideological bullshit. Don鈥檛 try to add nuance to a blanket statement after the fact. Hello. Hi. East German here. We actually do say that. And鈥ou are aware that they already are violent? That they kill people as is? Remember the Zwickauer Terrortrio? Punching them doesn鈥檛 make them worse than they already are - Nazis are always violent because their very ideology already is violence. But you know what punching them achieves? It makes them afraid. It makes it so that they don鈥檛 dare to try to climb on the herring barrel and shout shit at crowds. It makes it harder for them to recruit followers openly. Punching Nazis and openly ridiculing and shaming them makes sure their bullshit doesn鈥檛 get normalised, aka suitable for polite conversation which, as I said, the quote is about. Make Nazis afraid again.
reminder: Dr. Jens Foell
 Following
 @fMRI guy
 Replying to @Trancewith Me
 As we say in Germany, if there's a Nazi at the
 table and 10 other people sitting there talking
 to him, you got a table with 11 Nazis.
 7:18 PM-13 Feb 2018
 2,004 Retweets 5,180 Likes
sleepyowlet:

silverscreenx:

sleepyowlet:


antifaintl:
Reminder.
To all the absolute walnuts in the notes: No, sitting down to talk with a Nazi if you don鈥檛 know they鈥檙e a Nazi doesn鈥檛 make you a Nazi. Neither is trying to talk one out of their mindset. I鈥檓 not sure if you鈥檙e genuinely confused about this or just sea-lioning, but on the off-chance you鈥檙e sincere:
The quote is about people being complacent and accepting of Nazis in social settings, much in the same way that rapists feel validated by rape jokes. It鈥檚 about denying Nazis social validation and acceptance, which is a good and necessary thing.
It鈥檚 about putting up a stink at family gatherings by refusing to share a meal with uncle Harry after he makes a joke about聽鈥渟ome people鈥 needing to be gassed. It鈥檚 about standing up to members of your social group spouting antisemitic or racist shit. It鈥檚 about challenging them. And yes, trying to talk them out of it is a valid way to do that. But if you can鈥檛, cut ties.
It means that if you are complacent, you are part of the problem.


So we鈥檙e supposed to give them a victim mentality that will sooner or later evolve into a revenge fantasy and culminate in actual revenge and criminal behavior? 
You really don鈥檛 understand that all this 鈥減unch Nazis鈥 jargon does is making evil grow in hiding, until it鈥檚 strong enough to fight back?
And it鈥檚 not even a saying here. The good Doctor just made up some ideological bullshit.
Don鈥檛 try to add nuance to a blanket statement after the fact. 

Hello. Hi. East German here. We actually do say that.
And鈥ou are aware that they already are violent? That they kill people as is? Remember the Zwickauer Terrortrio? Punching them doesn鈥檛 make them worse than they already are - Nazis are always violent because their very ideology already is violence.
But you know what punching them achieves? It makes them afraid. It makes it so that they don鈥檛 dare to try to climb on the herring barrel and shout shit at crowds. It makes it harder for them to recruit followers openly. Punching Nazis and openly ridiculing and shaming them makes sure their bullshit doesn鈥檛 get normalised, aka suitable for polite conversation which, as I said, the quote is about.
Make Nazis afraid again.

sleepyowlet: silverscreenx: sleepyowlet: antifaintl: Reminder. To all the absolute walnuts in the notes: No, sitting down to talk wit...