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Tomorrow I’m opening my first grocery store in a Title One school. I doubt I sleep tonight - imagine a parent between checks who can order dinner and breakfast for their family thru our app and their child bring it home. I’m changing lives man, no one does it like me. Just wait!
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FYI this is in #Atlanta my hope is that we bring this to rural communities. Also I hope to bring one to #Memphis #Birmingham #LittleRock #JacksonMS #Nashville #Jacksonville #Tampa #Houston #CharlotteNC #Dallas #Newark #Camden #LasVegas #Chicago #StLouis #Detroit and so many more!
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Companies tied to housing revising guidance due to supply chain. Commentary from our builder survey this month indicates things getting worse before they get better. Homes sitting, waiting for materials (dead days). Big delays in windows. Delta outbreaks. In sum, a crapshoot. 🧵
#Nashville builder: “It's a crap shoot. Some municipalities will issue permits in 1 week, & others are 6-9 months behind. Supply chain is a mess. Windows are now 7 months out, cabinets are 6 months out, etc.”
#Chicago builder: “Build cycle increased due to backordered materials including bathtubs, appliances, & ceramic tile. Trades are much more limited in availability & now have some ‘dead days’ with no activity.”
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Friends. I have joined ivermectin groups on Facebook. They are literally shitting their pants in grocery stores. Image
My doctor said…

“I DON’T BELIEVE YOUR DOCTOR!! I TAKE IVERMECTIN” ImageImage
Lolz. There are teachers up in here asking questions to randos about how much ivermectin they should take from a box WITH LITERAL ANIMALS ON THE BOX. ImageImage
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Just surveyed 6,000+ real estate agents across country. Top themes from our 1st ever RESALE agent survey: 1) Buyer fatigue, w/rumblings of remorse. 2) Bidding wars a bit less bonkers. 3) Cash is King & ton of investors. 4) Inventory gridlock. Commentary across country to follow…
#LosAngeles agent: “20-minute allotted home viewing time slots with offers due next day by noon, & buyers are asked to give up every contingency under the sun.”
#NYC agent: “Luxury home buyers feel the market is overpriced & have backed off.”
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Analyzing July new home trends from our just published monthly builder survey. Top 3 themes: 1) Frenzy phase for housing is over, but still solid demand. 2) Fewer builders restricting sales. 3) Hitting price ceilings in more markets. Commentary from across the country to follow.
#Austin builder: “Builders are starting to offer incentives again to drive traffic and sales.”
#Dallas builder: “We have hit price ceilings in the majority of our submarkets.”
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Analyzing June new home sales & pricing figures from our monthly builder survey. As one builder noted: “It’s not fun to be a builder anymore.” Lumber relief is nice but pick your poison on other issues. Market commentary from across the country to follow...
#Richmond builder: “It's not fun to be a builder anymore. Cost pressure is killing us. Not only will builders like myself who take 12-24 months to build a house lose margin from increases, but the affordability is becoming a major issue.”
#Atlanta builder: “Costs have driven up prices & we’re no longer preselling. We will not sell a home until frame stage, so our sales numbers are off for June while awaiting framing stage.”
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Here's a housing🧵to chew on over weekend. Mid-June update from 100+home builders across country. 1) rumblings of price ceiling. 2) slightly shrinking pool of qualified buyers. 3) some home releases not selling out immediately. 4) normal summer slowing as vacations take priority.
#Austin builder: “Some interest lists are shrinking & others are not. Seeing buyers who are no longer able or willing to afford the monthly payment. Definitely seeing attrition here. Frustration that prices continued going up without an opportunity to purchase.”
#Dallas builder: “Interest lists are definitely shrinking because of pricing. Some drop off is happening due to price. But the re-sale market is still so tight it hasn’t dropped substantially. Extremely concerned about pricing going forward.”
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New home sales fell in May, Y/Y & M/M. Theme of the month was sales decline by builder design. Few comments on demand slowing or skittish buyers, even w/new home prices +18% Y/Y nationally (survey record). Builder commentary from across the country per our survey to follow...
#Nashville builder: “Gapped out. Sales resume in June as new communities & phases start to open. By moving ability to contract on inventory homes later to finished drywall stage (window installation stage previously), expect sales to show continued decline. Decline by design.”
#Charlotte builder: “Paused sales from mid-May to mid-June in all communities & will selectively release homes for sale in the last 2 weeks of June & coming months. Sales look lower vs. last month but was capped due to limited lot availability & no inventory.”
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To anyone else considering using the Nazi yellow Star of David for political purposes: Don't do it. You will face consequences.

To Gigi Gaskins, owner of #Nashville #hatWRKS: Apology not accepted. You doubled and tripled down. Actions have consequences. washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/05…
HatWRKS' head on a pike where it belongs. Thank you, Stetson. #Nashville #HatWRKS
Marjorie Taylor Greene owes a huge apology to Gigi Gaskins, owner of Nashville hatWRKS, for ruining her life and business. Gigi was following @mtgreenee's lead.

#Nashville #HatWRKS

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Here's May mid-month home builder channel check I hinted at earlier. Builders are pushing prices w/little pushback, though some starting. Some builders are using price escalators & highest/best offer. Many limiting pre-sales, shifting to spec, & pricing home later in build cycle.
#Dallas builder: “Not selling build jobs in May, starting specs only, and not selling until drywall. Costs are too out of control for us to take the inflation risk on build jobs. So sales are way down.”
#SanAntonio builder: “Only selling specs at Sheetrock stage. Last month, it was frame stage.”
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Here’s on the ground local home builder commentary from across the country per our April survey. A lot of builders are pressing the pause button &/or slowing things down until construction costs moderate & they can catch up with sales. Worries about buyer price ceilings too...
#Chicago home builder commentary: “We sold all of the homes we had in early 2021 & haven’t started anything new, & may not due to the cost of construction. Can’t hold pricing for clients longer than 45 days with rising material pricing.”
#Nashville home builder commentary: “Pray for lower lumber prices.”
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Some interesting housing color from mid-April around the country home builder channel check. Bunch of market commentary to follow...will try to hit most top markets.
#SaltLakeCity home builder mid-April color: “Still have 10x buyers to available homes to buy. Went to 'highest/ best' offer system March 1st & offers over asking price are shocking. Most offers are 10+% over ask, that's after raised base prices $10K to $20K+ with each release.”
#Austin home builder mid-April color: “Super high demand. Volume controlled with release process, otherwise would be unbearable. Some price increases are $100K between releases.”
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I’ve been reading up on the #Nashville suicide bomber Anthony Warner. Possibly wrong here, but I think this could be kinda “post-ideological militancy” more than the 5G theory. Kind of like the 2018 Austin bomber, kind of like Sky King, kind of like Killdozer even...
What I’ve been half-heartedly calling “post-ideological militancy” is roughly pointless physical violence as a desperate response to an age of pointless abstract violence.

There does not need to be a political ideology or a crime feud behind urban guerrilla violence anymore.
Examples...

The 2018 Austin #Texas bomber, Mark Anthony Conditt, killed two people and injured several others in a series of parcel bombs. Why? This is what he said himself: “I am doing this simply because I want to watch the world burn.”

eu.usatoday.com/story/news/nat…
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Jayzus, read it. The girlfriend reported him in 2019...and the Nashville PD took HER away for psych eval! @MingGao26
@MingGao26 This cannot be let go.

Girlfriend warned #Nashville police Anthony Warner was building bomb a year ago. #NashvilleBomb

tennessean.com/story/news/cri…
"Sixteen months before Anthony Quinn Warner's RV exploded in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning, officers visited his home in Antioch after his girlfriend reported that he was making bombs in the vehicle, according to documents obtained by The Tennessean."

#NashvilleBombing
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QUESTION: Authorities have identified the person believed to be responsible for the massive suicide blast in #Nashville on Christmas Day 2020 as, 63 year old, Anthony Quinn Warner. What was his motive? We asked @stick631 - Follow this thread for the answer.
ANSWER: “The man responsible for the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville has been identified, but his motive for committing suicide in such a spectacular fashion remains a mystery. It does not appear he left behind any sort of statement or manifesto outlining a grievance
narrative that would provide insight into his motive. Because of this, it is hard to classify the suicide by bomb as an act of terrorism. The suspect also provided warning of the impending explosion, allowing the authorities to evacuate people from the area,
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The Nashville blast had little effect against the AT&T building that was the apparent target. The historic storefronts and residences across the street suffered catastrophic damage. A lot of luck along with quick action by police prevented loss of life. 1/10
The explosion occurred adjacent to an underground utility vault. The blast breached the building wall with the explosive charge roughly perpendicular to the geometric center of the breach. The vault doors were damaged/displaced. 2/10
This NetBlocks analysis indicates that no real service outage occurred until several hours after the blast, which likely means that no fiber was severed, critical equipment was intact and that UPS was able to keep the center functional for several hours. 3/10
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. @HotepJesus: Regardless of conspiracy theories regarding #Nashville, what is it with these elites who name companies after evil shit?

When I saw the name #Cerberus, I just asked 🤔 'i wonder if that name has something to do with the occult.'

And sure enough..
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.. I learned that #Cerberus is one of the most dreaded; 'a demon from the pit.' He guards the gates of HELL. 🔥🔥. His duty is to KILL intruders who cross the River Styx.

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In the aftermath of the Nashville bombing, a wide variety of rumors and conspiracy theories about motives/affiliation of the bomber(s) began circulating on Twitter. Trump supporters, antifa, and Dominion voting machines were some of the most common themes.

cc: @ZellaQuixote
The themes of the rumors varied somewhat over time. Antifa was a common topic shortly after the bombing, tweets about Dominion spiked twice after popular tweets, and Trump supporters were a common theme throughout, increasing slightly after CBS named a person of interest.
Here are some examples of tweets containing terms from each group. Some of the tweets fit into multiple groups - for example, some of the tweets about Dominion voting systems also reference the AT&T building.
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Older internet auntie here folks. This is a 4chan joke that circulates after shootings. See 2016, 2017, etc. Sam Hyde is a regularly recycled hoax. #Nashville Image
I can tell by the pixels, having seen quite a few shoops in my time
Oh, and,
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What we know about #nashvilleexplosion

· Reports of shots or a firefight bringing police response and set EOD en route.

· 3 separate periods of gunfire reported.

· Warning messages for twenty minutes prior limited individual lives at risk.
· Epicenter of blast was next door to a well developed hub whic is Cold War age.
· Fiber infrastructure attack would be better staged at other than downtown locations.
· Redundancies in data storage make this good only if it was a single location.
· If fire suppression was water, this would be more effective because the water would ruin the servers

· Servers were immediately impacting 911 in Tennessee but a few hours later it was more widespread to Kentucky and elsewhere

· Multiple COLT units deployed in aftermath.
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This thread is a timeline of events in Nashville that I have collected *So Far*
Nashville Alert Warning.
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Home Video Captures It.
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Patio Home Video Captures It 2 miles away.
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We're about to find out that the #NashvilleExplosion has MANY "key" elements that make it HIGHLY significant while "small" in nature.

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A communications hub was attacked -- cell phone service is effected all the way into Kentucky - the AIRPORT IS NOW CLOSED.

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This occurred with in 3 BLOCKS of the State Capitol.

You pull off an event/attack like this in half a dozen more major cities, and you've managed to drop 90% of communications throughout the country - and affected air travel as well.

Internet comms. are also in danger.

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